After this, use a stiff, hard-bristled brush to scrub all of the dead moss from their driveway. This will take some elbow grease, but the expert guarantees that the “results are well worth it”. He said: “With all of the moss removed, you’ll be left with a perfectly cleaned driveway that’ll look as good as new.”
Once the moss has been removed there are a few different ways to “stop it coming back”. One of which is to keep on top of brushing the driveway to prevent moss spores and seeds from settling into it.
If households regularly brush their driveway, there will be a much lower chance of moss being able to stick around long enough to thrive.
Moss thrives in dark, damp places. So, by increasing the amount of sun a driveway sees, this can “prevent moss from growing on driveways”.