A paver patio is a great addition to any home, but timely maintenance is the key to make sure it lasts.
Tip 1: Tips to Stop Weed Growth
The easiest way to keep weeds from growing through the paver patio is to apply a mixture of water and white vinegar on the surface of the patio. This restricts the growth of the weeds. Using herbicide solutions is another method, but since most herbicides on the market are high in acid content, you must take care to choose a brand that is compatible with the patio pavers.
Tip 2: Removing Stains
Wash your patio surface with a solution of warm water and a mild detergent. Scrub gently to remove stains that are recent and light. For older stains and sediments formed on the patio paver, scrub with more force, using a brush with hard bristles.
Tip 3: Removing Paint
Use thinner to remove paint marks on the paver patio. Apply some thinner, and then wipe off with a piece of clean rag. Finally, wash the surface with plain water. Marks formed from rust can be removed by rubbing the affected area with a solution of a strong cleaner and then rinsing off with plain water that is slightly warm.
Tip 4: Sealing Tips
Sweep and wash your patio at regular intervals, so that it keeps its brightness intact. In fact, you can also use pressure washers, to wash the patio. Use a good quality sealer to seal the paver patio surface. This makes a patio last longer, and adds a unique charm to the exteriors.