As some may know, I have been helping with a friend of ours who had a stroke just before Christmas (I refuse to use the term "stroke victim") and we have been going out for walks to various places with him and 3 lovely dogs!
On a recent walk we stopped by at the cemetery where my much loved step father is buried, and where we had my son Jacks ashes buried at the foot of my step fathers grave. I was testing the ground to see if I could plant a pot of in bud narcissus and perhaps some snowdrops.
The gravestone (which was lifted and re-engraved to include Jack) lies flat, rather than the upright ones. I thought it could do with a bit of a scrub, but am not sure what might be best to use.
Do you think that perhaps I should try something mild to begin with, perhaps going there with a bucket of water with some washing up liquid and a scrubbing brush?
Thank you in advance.
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