My other half has just finished laying a brick patio. We're looking for some way to reduce or minimise the growth of green moss which makes these bricks really slippery, more-so in winter with increased shade and decreased daylight.
I have a half-tin of brick sealant left over from when these bricks were a wall (pre-quake, 7 years ago)
- Name "Cemix Penetrating clear masonry sealer solvent based"
- Description "low-viscosity silane-siloxane treatment which penetrates into the surface to produce a hydrophobic lining to the pores and capillaries"
Can I use this stinky solvent on our brick patio, or will it make the surface slipperier in the damp?
Slightly related to How do I remove moss from an outdoor brick walkway? but this is fresh and clean and we want to keep it that way as long as possible.