On occasion here at the CleanerToday Customer Service and Inquiry Response Unit we receive inquiries from customers who are, unfortunately, not getting exactly the results that they hoped for when purchasing our products. We are always saddened to hear this and we always try to provide trouble-shooting advice and guidance to increase the odds of success, but unfortunately, sometimes the problem is simply beyond our, or the customer’s, control. This is one of those situations where all we can do is acknowledge that even our amazingly powerful cleaners have some limits depending on the situation. Continue reading

Q: How can I prevent roof stains from returning?

My home in Southeast, FL has a concrete barrel tile roof (terracotta color) and this past Monday I hired a roof cleaner for a roof stain removal project. Now that my tile roof is looking great, I am looking for a preventative agent to keep the algae stains off of it.

The barrel tile roof homes in my new neighborhood get washed every 2 years on average. Continue reading

Roof Mold Stain Removal

We’ve reviewed how to prevent roof stains in Prevent Roof Stains after Cleaning Asphalt Shingles and How can I prevent roof stains from coming back? This time we will look at how roof cleaning gets a roof ready for roof stain prevention.

Roof Mold Removal can be challenging because roof cleaning is hard work. Your choices boil down to a DIY Roof cleaning project or hiring a roof cleaning business to do the job for you. The big difference is cost and risk: Continue reading

Roof Stain Prevention and Roof Stain Removers what is the difference?

At RoofArmor.com we have devoted many articles to details about using roof cleaning products and choosing an effective roof cleaner, so we won’t go into detail rehashing old information (instead you can brows the topics list to find specific roof cleaning articles.)

Today we our main focus is going to be looking at the roof stain prevention techniques.
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Cleaning algae off an Asphalt Shingle roof

So few homeowners realize cleaning that a quality asphalt shingle cleaner can remove shingle algae, mold and mildew with afternoon’s effort. Once the asphalt shingles free from algae, mold and mildew the forces that caused the roof stains will be lurking and in time will try to grow shingle stains on your newly cleaned roof!

No homeowner wants ugly roof stains back, so the question becomes "how do I prevent roof stains from appearing on my asphalt shingles again?" Continue reading

Roof Stains – We didn’t like the stains.

When we first saw roof stains on our shingles we could not believe that the black streaks and spots were actually an algae or roof mold growing on our asphalt shingles. But as we researched how to roof stain removal we learned that roof mold was spreading across the country, and was not just something that happened to our roof.

Of course we cleaned the stains from the shingles, but only after a few failed attempts with roof cleaning products that did not perform to our expectations. On this site we will share with you what we learned about different roof cleaning chemicals.

We don’t want them roof stains to come back

After cleaning roof algae from the shingles we really did not want the roof stains to come back! After a lot of research, phone calls and trial and error we found sort of Roof Shingle Armor that has been preventing the roof stains from returning.

That experience brought us to launching the Roof Armor Information about roof stain removal.

Our goal is to help you keep the stains off your roof.

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Roof Cleaner & Roof Armor : Good-Bye Roof Mold Stains!