How to Clean a Brick Paver Driveway Place in Sand

How to Clean a Brick Paver Driveway Place in Sand

Cleaning your driveway is a chore in the best of conditions, but if you put in a sand base into the mix, the task gets a bit trickier. Pressure washing should not be an option generally, and also a strong hosing down may wash away some of the sand. So you don’t disturb the sand too much, a gentle cleaning works better. In spite of this process, you need to wash it off to complete.

The surface of the brick pavers to remove debris.

Mix a solution of 1 part oxygenated bleach to 3 parts water in a container.

Pour the solution on the pavers, and make sure you coat every one. To make application easier, use a garden sprayer.

Allow the solution sit. The oxygenated bleach works in the crevices and breaks up grime.

Scrub the brick using a long-handled broom, or employ a clean brush if you don’t mind getting down on your knees. Dip the brush in fresh solution as you move, or pour on more. Work loose dirt loose.

Rinse the brick pavers using a hose or a pressure washer to get a low setting. Do not direct the nozzle of the hose or washer at the sand between the pavers, unless it is unique interlocking sand which sets up like mortar.

Allow the pavers dry out for a day.

Add sand, as needed, to the drive to replace any which washed away.

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