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Do you have mould on your tennis court?

Do you have mould on your tennis court?

Wet & Forget is safe to use on all tennis court surfaces.  

Application: The best time to apply Wet & Forget is in the morning or late afternoon to avoid excess evaporation. The entire court must be sprayed for an effective kill to take place even if the surface looks clean, because the spores are still present and will re-contaminate any treated surface.  

Coverage: We recommend that you use Rapid Application as it is easy to apply. Just attach your hose and spray! Depending on the surface of your court you will need 4-6 x Wet & Forget Rapid Application to cover a full size court. 


Listed below are the best treatment methods for different surfaces.

On all surfaces you must sweep the court clean of all leaves, dirt etc. so that the active ingredient can penetrate directly into the spores.  

  • Concrete, Rebound Ace and other hard surfaces (3-4 x RAPID APPLICATION). Thoroughly saturate the entire dry surface with Rapid Application.
  • Synthetic grass ,Clay or Loam surfaces (4-6 x RAPID APPLICATION). Apply to a damp (not wet) surface e.g. after  a morning dew or after a light hosing. If the court is badly contaminated the mould will need to be loosened by brushing before the Rapid Application is applied. Please note if you can't see the fibres of the synthetic grass through the "mould crust" you will have to dislodge the crust manually before you apply Rapid Application.  

Reaction Time: Wet & Forget Rapid Application contains no bleach or heavy chemicals so it does take time for the infested surface to come clean. This depends on the type and intensity of the growth (anywhere between a few weeks for green growth to 6-12 months for black mould).  


No bleach, No acid and is biodegradable. No pressure cleaning, no wasting water! Kills the mould spores and helps prevent premature regrowth.

To shop or read about Rapid Application, click here.


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