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Product Information

Algon Helps restore the natural colour of virtually any outdoor surface the organic way. No scrubbing or rinsing required. Simply apply and walk away.

Algon may be used any time of year. Best results are achieved when Algon is applied to a dry surface when rain is not expected. If using the concentrated solution, simply dilute 1 part Algon to 3 parts water. Apply with either a garden sprayer on droplet setting, soft broom or paintbrush, wetting the surface evenly.  A watering can may be used but can be wasteful.

There is no need to rinse off later. Simply apply and walk away. Results will start to show within a few days as the applied surface begins to regain it's natural colour. The results will last approximately 1 year, however this does depend on the absorbency of the material being treated, its location and the weather conditions.

Uses for Algon

Home

Tarmacadam Driveways, Patio Flags, Decking, Conservatories - Glass or Plastic, Slate and Felt Roofs, Walls - Painted or not.

Garden...

Wood & Concrete Fencing, Stone Walls, Garden Sheds, Greenhouses, Statues, Plant Pots, Pebbles, Garden Furniture, Canopies & Fabrics.

Water Features...

Ornamental Water Features, Bird Baths

*A small amount entering a pond will not harm fish or plant life, however, care should be taken to keep run-off to a minimum when working around ponds.

Kennels...Stables...Farmyards...

Sports & Public areas

Astroturf or similar, Artificial Grass, All Weather Tennis Courts, Hard Play Areas, Access Ramps, Car Parks.

Caution

Although Algon is very safe to use, there are some surfaces on which we do not recommend the use of Algon.

These include Marble, Unfinished Zinc and iron / steel surfaces. Spot test any material not listed as safe to use.

Algon will have a scorching effect on foliage and grass where it makes contact. This will not effect the rest of the plant, and roots will not suffer from incidental run-off during application.

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for further information.

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