Leisure / Marine
Ideal for Boats, Caravans and Sports Surfaces
In the Marine and Leisure markets OUTDOOR DE-GREENER (Byotrol) is suitable for cleaning and preventing Algal and Mould growth on:
- Fabric (canvas, etc) awnings and spray hoods
- Wood (teak decks)
- Furling sails
OUTDOOR DE-GREENER (Byotrol) continues to PROTECT internal and external surfaces from Mould and Algal growth for many months and even whole seasons with just ONE application.
OUTDOOR DE-GREENER Internally prevents
- Odours developing in bilges and heads by suppressing microbial activity.
- Products surfaces from recurring black mould growth (shower curtains and tiled shower surfaces).
The SAFETY aspect of Byotrol technology is best demonstrated by the fact that Byotrol is already widely used in healthcare, agriculture and food preparation. Byotrol is approved by MARKS & SPENCER for sanitizing “ready-to-eat” food preparation areas.
OUTDOOR DE-GREENER keeps teak decking free from algal bio-film providing protection for the wood and maintaining the excellent non-slip and visual properties of teak.
OUTDOOR DE-GREENER is a long-lasting, colourless, odourless and non-corrosive liquid which does not stain.
OUTDOOR DE-GREENER can also be used to remove and prevent Algal growth on synthetic and other hard sports playground surfaces.
Application / Specification
Dilute 1 litre of Outdoor De-Greener Concentrate with 9 litres of water. Remove debris from horizontal or inclined surfaces, allow surfaces to dry and then spray (pressure or watering can) diluted “ready-to-use” Outdoor De-Greener – 1 litre will cover 8 square metres of surface. Allow applied solution to penetrate the pores of the hard surface to which it is applied and do NOT rinse the treated surface with water. For best long-term protection, heavy algal growth and particularly moss growth should be disrupted eg. By brushing with a stiff brush or scraping to allow Outdoor De-Greener to attach to the hard surface. Alternatively, a second application may be applied once the dead algae/moss has been weathered from the surface (2 to 4 weeks dependant on location and exposure to weathering)”