Free from algae with a clear conscience
As the first and only Danish-produced algae remover, Neutralon® Algefjerner has been approved by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency. This is your guarantee that Neutralon® Algae Remover works as intended and does not have an unwanted effect on the groundwater.
Neutralon® Algae remover can already be used from 5OC.
Neutralon® Algae remover can be used on e.g. garden furniture, fences, facades, tiles, wooden terraces, solar cells, cement, metal, brick, glass, plastic, etc.
The procedure is very simple - Apply to dry surface. Let sit and work. The result can be seen already after a few days.
Neutralon® Algae remover has a proven effect and is produced in Denmark. The product is biodegradable and has no unwanted effect on the groundwater. It does not discolour and is fast-acting.
Range: 4-6 m2/L
Tested and approved
Neutralon is the only algae remover approved by the Danish Environment Agency because it has been thoroughly tested according to strict requirements and is the only product assessed according to the latest biocide criteria. As it is ready to use in advance, the dosage is always correct, which results in minimal impact on the environment without compromising on efficiency.
Neutralon is a specially formulated algae remover that is based on degradable cationic surfactants and algae-killing detergent active substances. It is biodegradable, and therefore you do not affect the groundwater when you remove algae with Neutralon Algefjerner. Because the product does not contain acid and is PH neutral, you avoid discolouration. In other words, you can safely use Neutralon Algae Remover without worrying about discoloration on, for example, zinc and copper gutters.
Optimal in advance
The reason we can guarantee you an effective algae remover with minimal impact on the environment is that we have pre-mixed Neutralon Algae Remover. With the correct mixing ratio, you get the most optimal product to work with - we have the word of both the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and the Institute of Agroecology for that.
that's how it works
Here is a link to the manufacturer's advertisement for the product and a link to a video of how to use the product:
How to use the product - click on the link
The manufacturer's advertisement for the product - click on the link
Neutralon Algefjerner has been tested by the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University, which researches the interaction between plants, animals, people and the environment within agroecosystems. The assessment is that Neutralon Algae remover works effectively against algae growth.
Here is some general tiling advice:
Fighting algae on tiles requires regular maintenance and the use of suitable agents. Here are the steps to remove and prevent algae on tiles:
Remove loose algae: Start by sweeping the tiles to remove loose algae and other debris. Use a broom or a fan to get the tiles as clean as possible.
Use algae remover: There are commercial algae removers that you can buy at garden or hardware stores. Follow the instructions on the product carefully and apply the algaecide evenly over the affected areas. Leave it on for the recommended time.
Scrub the tiles: Use a brush or scrub brush to scrub the treated areas. This helps loosen the algae and remove it from the tiles.
rinse thoroughly: Rinse the tiles thoroughly with water to remove the algae remover and the loose algae. Be careful not to get the algaecide on plants or in drainage systems as it can be harmful.
Prevention: To prevent algae from returning, consider applying an algae inhibitor or impregnating agent to the tiles after cleaning. This helps prevent algae from growing again for a period of time.
Maintenance: To prevent algae from returning, regularly sweep the tiles to remove dirt and organic matter that can promote algae growth. You may also consider cleaning the tiles with a mild soapy solution and a brush to remove any remaining organic material.
Remember to follow the manufacturer's recommendations on the algae remover and other cleaning products to ensure you use them correctly and safely. Be careful to avoid non-slip surfaces, as some cleaners can make tiles slippery.