Many people apply chemical fertilizer to their front lawn, garden, or backyard because they want to beautify the area. But oftentimes, their efforts go to waste. That’s because many people are unaware that this type of fertilizer can actually stain driveways and other concrete surfaces if not handled properly.
When granules of chemical fertilizer spill over to concrete surfaces, like driveways and sidewalks, and then get wet – perhaps from a hose, sprinkler or the rain – they leave a stain. And these stains are some of the toughest to get rid of.