30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner is safe around your lawn, plants and landscaping!

Is 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner safe to use around your lawns, plants and landscaping? Absolutely! 30 SECONDS has been cleaning your sidewalks, decks and driveways since 1977. We all have lovely landscaping around our decks and patios. When you clean your outside areas with 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner you can rinse everything away, into your lawns, flowerbeds and landscaping.

Here are some actual pictures from a family in Alabama who cleaned their sidewalk and got so excited they had to share their masterpiece! The grass looks great and the sidewalk looks even better.

They also sent us pictures of their chairs.  Notice the green algae on the left before cleaning with 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner. 


Their comments are: I clean our patio furniture, once a year, in the spring. I always move them to the lawn first. I spray on 30 SECONDS, to clean all the stains from algae, mold and mildew. Once I rinse the furniture, they are lovely and clean, the grass is fine, and I don’t have to worry that I created a clean spot on the deck."

Once 30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner is rinsed into the soil, it breaks down and doesn’t harm the grass. It doesn’t get any easier than this! That’s why it’s still so popular, after 37 years.

Before and After Pictures

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Frank O.

April 16, 2019

Is 30 Seconds Cleaner okay to use near artificial grass?


April 16, 2019

30 seconds cleaner accidently drained into my herb garden. Is it safe to eat these herbs?

Jessica Merly

April 16, 2019

Hello Frank,
We recommend testing when cleaning a surface for the first time. Apply a small amount of cleaner to an inconspicuous area, let sit 5 minutes, and rinse to see results.

Jessica Merly

April 16, 2019

Hello Diane,
30 SECONDS Outdoor Cleaner breaks down readily in the soil so it won’t harm your plants and herbs. Do be sure to rinse thoroughly before eating if there is a chance of overspray being left on the foliage.

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