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Sapphire® is a brand new product developed specifically for those requiring an Outdoor cleaner which covers larger areas. Sapphire® will cover up to 5 times the area of other products such as MMC Pro & Algoclear. This is due partly to the strength of Sapphire®, but also due to its special surfactant system which allow it to penetrate quicker and deeper than other brands.

Sapphire® is the easiest and most effective way to treat and prevent mould, algae and grime on all hard surfaces. There is no need to scrub or pressure wash, just dilute and apply. This product typically works in 2-4 days (depending on weather), it then continues to prevent re-growth for the following weeks & months.

The product is made up of a dynamic combination of anti-bacterial disinfectant. This makes it a perfect job for all hard surface cleaning and cleansing jobs. It is suitable for use on all exterior hard surfaces including Concrete, Roofs, Patios, Wood, Tennis Courts, Glass, Plastic & Block Paving.

It is compatible with weed killers such as glyphosate, although label tank mixes must be followed. It is also safe to use as it is readily biodegradable and contains no bleach or acids. 

Sapphire is available in 1L,5L and 20L 

Trade prices will be offered on all of the above sizes of Sapphire 

We can offer Sapphire at trade disocunt prices if you contact sarah.kimm@agrigem.co.uk or call 01522246491 and ask for Sarah for a trade price now and to recive your free beanie hat when you order. 

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