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10 Tips for Cleaning Paver Patio

Pavers are a great way to add colour and texture to your home, but they require just as much maintenance as any other type of physical surface. Pavers are essentially like stones glued together, so they need regular cleaning and sealing in order to stay clean and look good. In this blog post, we will discuss 10 tips for and keeping it looking new!

1. Keep it clean at all times

  • Keep it clean at all times
  • Sweep away dirt and debris using a broom.
  • Use a leaf blower to remove leaves and debris from cracks in the pavers.
  • Use a pressure washer to remove stains from pavers, but always wear safety goggles when using one.
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2. Seal your paver stones

When you seal your pavers, it adds a protective layer to the surface that prevents staining and water damage. Sealing also helps to prevent weeds from growing in between the pavers which makes it easier to maintain. Once you’ve finished cleaning your patio, sealing will keep the pavers looking clean!

3. Use a flat-headed broom

  • Use a flat-headed broom.
  • Use a soft bristle broom, with a long handle.
  • The head of the broom should be flat.
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4. Apply weed killer regularly

Regularly apply a good weed killer to keep weeds from growing. Weed killers are poisons, so be careful to read instructions carefully and follow them exactly.

5. Replace damaged pavers

  • Replace damaged pavers

If you have damaged pavers, you can replace them with new ones. There are a few different options to choose from:

  • Buy the replacement pavers at a local store or online.
  • Hire a professional to replace the pavers for you. They will probably bring their own tools and equipment and do all of the work on site (so they don’t need access to water). This type of service may be more expensive than doing it yourself if there are many defects in your patio but can be worth it depending on how much time and effort it would take for someone like yourself to repair all of these defects by hand without damaging anything else around them.
  • Replace some or all of the damaged concrete yourself using premixed concrete poured into one-inch thick plastic sheets that are used as forms for shaping each piece before setting them into place permanently over their correct position within about 24 hours after mixing them together properly (you’ll need some help doing this, especially if working alone). Another option is renting an auger which comes with everything needed including hoses attached so no heavy equipment needs brought over unless necessary.”
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6. Fill in the gaps

  • Fill in the gaps

Once you’ve done and removed debris, you’ll want to fill in the gaps between pavers. You can hire a professional for this step or do it yourself with mortar mix and a trowel. If you’re filling in large areas with mortar, use a hand-held sandblaster so that the surface is perfectly smooth when you’re done. For smaller jobs that require precision, use a grout sealer instead of mortar or even just plain water to make sure there are no air bubbles left between your pavers after installation.

7. Remove slippery moss right away

  • Remove slippery moss right away

Since moss is such a nuisance, it’s tempting to just ignore the stuff until it grows out of hand. But this is not a good idea. You should always remove loose or thin patches of moss as soon as you notice them—and don’t worry about getting rid of all the moss at once: if you do spot any patches that need attention, simply remove them using one of these methods:

  • Pressure washer: Using your pressure washer over the affected areas will blast away loose and thin patches with ease. The key here is to make sure that you don’t soak your pavers too much—you don’t want them getting wet!
  • Commercial moss remover: If you have large areas or multiple layers of thick moss growth covering up your pavers, then it may be worth purchasing a commercial product designed specifically for this purpose. These products are designed specifically for removing large amounts of stubbornly persistent weeds from hard surfaces like patios and driveways without damaging those surfaces in any way
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8. Never use bleach or soapy products!

  • Never use bleach or soapy products! These can damage the pavers, requiring you to replace them.
  • Avoid using pressure washers as they will wear down your patio over time. Instead, use a flat-headed broom and be patient with your work—it will pay off in the long run! If you’re looking for something more powerful than that standard broom brush but not quite ready to make an investment in heavy machinery like a power washer, consider renting one from your local hardware store.
  • To prevent weeds from growing up through cracks between stones later on down the road (as well as now), apply weed killer around each individual pavers’ edges now while they’re still wet–this will help keep them sealed tight against soil contact as well as prevent weeds from growing through cracks later on down the road (or even now).

9. Consistent maintenance is the key

  • Consistent maintenance is the key to a beautiful patio. Clean it at least once a week, whether you have kids or not! Use a flat-headed broom to sweep away dirt and debris from the pavers, and sweep down your patio furniture too. Also, make sure that you seal your paver stones regularly (every 12 months) since this will help prevent staining from oil or other substances on your flooring. Weed killer should be applied twice per year to keep weeds from encroaching upon the area where people walk most often on their patios. If any pavers become damaged during a routine cleaning or sweeping, then they should be replaced before they get worse; fill in any gaps between pieces with mortar mix if needed as well (but never use bleach or soapy products). Finally, if there’s an excessive amount of slippery moss growing in one spot—especially near steps—you can remove it without harming surrounding plants by spraying them with water while wearing gloves and goggles first!

10. Get professional paver cleaning help if you need to

If you need help with cleaning your pavers, you might want to consider hiring a professional. If you are like most people, it can be difficult to find the time and energy needed for this type of project. A professional company will be able to provide their at a reasonable rate without requiring much effort from you at all. You will not have to waste time or energy on tasks like cleaning your pavers when they could be better spent elsewhere, such as doing something fun with friends or family members.

The pros know what they’re doing when it comes to cleaning up after themselves. They can get the job done right while saving money by completing projects more quickly than would otherwise be possible if done by hand – saving both time and money in the process! With so many advantages already (and more), why wouldn’t everyone want their patio cleaned professionally?

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Conclusion

The key to keeping your paver patio clean is consistency. You want to make sure that you are regularly cleaning up any debris or dirt, and applying a sealant to the surface. If you’re doing all of these things, then you should be able to keep your pavers looking great for years!

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