Karcher Patio & Deck Concentrated Detergent

Stock Number: ES1086433

Manufactured by Karcher

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 (18 customers)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Karcher Pressure Washers


Get your patio and garden furniture looking spotlessly sharp. Simply add water to this detergent to get 5 litres of powerful cleaning. It's a low-foam cleaner that works on all water-resistant wood and stone surfaces. Reliably removes soiling such as moss, algae, mud, and dirt from patios, decks, walls, fences and garden furniture.

  • Dilutes to 5 Litres of powerful detergent
  • 500ml

Specially formulated for use with all Karcher pressure washers. Unique space-saving pack simply folds up for easy storage.

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 (18 customers)
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  • Good product does the job

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    By - Yorkshire

    A good detergent for block paving, lifted the dirt easily with pressure patio cleaner attachment. Not a lot of suds to wash away. I applied with garden spray onto block paving before I used the patio cleaner attachement
  • does what it says on the pack

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    By - Luton

    An novel way to receive five litres of cleaning fluid and it works very well with my KB9030 machine, Any residue requires careful storage to avoid puncturing the container
  • Great patio/concrete cleaner

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    By - County Armagh

    I have been using Karcher patio cleaner for a few years now and I am very happy with the results. Have tried other products with various results, either too harsh or useless. This cleaner leaves the patio looking naturally clean and not looking as if it has been bleached. I use the Karcher patio cleaner attachment and it gives great results, on my old uneven patio and concrete paths.

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  • Q K4 Karcher Pressure Washer. 1 Answer

    Could this poach be decanted into the plug in bottle used with the K4 and then used with that machine. Would it still then be needed to be diluted or used neat.

    By colin stuart walker - Sandbach, Cheshire - 07 September 2015

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      hi, its not something tried and tested at espares but the process should work exactly the same as it dose with the plug in bottles.

      By Kas eSpares Staff - 10 September 2015

  • Q i have a karcher k4 will these detergents fit 1 Answer

    By j.breeze - port talbot south wales - 31 March 2015

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      This will not 'plug in' on models that have a hard detergent bottle, it is designed to be 'hung' on the side of any washer and feeds detergent through the 'detergent pick up hose'.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 April 2015

  • Q can this detergent be used with other makes of cleaner 1 Answer

    By dolly - teesside - 22 August 2014

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      This product is suitable for most 'wet' carpet cleaners.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 22 August 2014

  • Q i got bricking pathing drive an brick walls 1 Answer

    on brick pathing drive an someone as painted white gloss on my drive way an brick walls as well i tried to get it off with thines but dont work

    By rossy - 55 penygraig tonypandy mid glam cf401hb - 25 July 2014

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      This cleaner will contain detergents to help remove soil and mould and are unlikely to effect the pain any more than the pressure washer on its own. A paint stripper product is likely to be more effective.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 28 July 2014

  • Q Will the cleaning fluid be harmful to grass and plants? 1 Answer

    Water drains from the patio on to the lawn. Sub-patio drainage leads to an area planted with shrubs and trees. Will the cleaning fluid washing off the patio be harmful to any of these plants?

    By MikeP - Birmingham - 30 July 2012

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      Non of the plants or grass near to where the water drained of to died, seemed ok. But I'm not an expert, can only tell you that in my case no it didn't.

      By pghjr - leeds - 16 January 2013