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Cleaning Hog poo from patio stones…

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    Sorry about the topic. This stuff stains like crazy and whilst we love our snuffling spiny friends, they leave a lot of evidence of good diet on the ground which despite many different types of lotions and potions seems hard to shift. Even Patio cleaner and a stiff brush does not shift it. Am I missing something ? First post… please be kind ๐Ÿ™‚


    HELLO HOG911,
    Like you we also get lots of hedgehog poo.
    we use a very stiff brush to sweep it away but it still leaves a stain. A few weeks ago we jet washed our patio which worked really well but obviously it doesn’t stay very clean for long. I’m sure you could buy some special product but i’m not sure which ones.
    good luck , – prickles preservation society ๐Ÿ™‚


    Just in from using a stiff brush, hot water and washing up liquid. Someone on another site suggested including bleach, but I haven’t tried that yet.

    I did consider putting newspaper down around the feeding station; it’s already inside. But my garden is slowly being taken over by hog accessories so think I’ll stick to daily cleaning.

    Wondering if using patio cleaner in the water might be an idea?

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