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Roof-A-CideProved to be toxic poison

This is a dangerous heavy metal 19.8% Copper Sulfate.
SEE WEBSITE FOR ROOF-A-CIDE TOXIC RATING IN ALL 4 CATAGORIES. http://www.pesticideinfo.org/Detail_Product.jsp?REG_NR=06667500004&DIST_NR=081322

Acute Hazard Warning Label

Formulated pesticide products (which usually include inert ingredients) are required to carry an acute toxicity rating by the U.S. EPA which is reflected in the warning label on the pesticide container. The U.S. EPA gives a warning label of Category 1 to the most acutely toxic pesticide products and Category 4 to the least acutely toxic pesticide products (1).
The owner of Roof-A-Cide is currently in discussion about this, at the Roof Cleaning Institute Of America.
You will see, he has little to say in his behalf, that is provable.
http://roof-cleaning-institute.activeboard.com/t44900711/with-proper-tags-this-will-be-all-over-the-internet-in-hours/

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    Hebe Berardinelli Jul 27, 2017
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    I had my roof cleaned by roof a cide, and lasted almost 10 years clean. In 2014 I had to replace my roof because it was 30 years old. It works!

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