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Lithofin ALGEX Algea and Moss remover 1L Chlorine and acid free
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IDEABRIGHT LTD DESCRIPTION
OUTDOOR USE PRODUCT
- Removes common dirt and soiling caused by plants as well as slippery green deposits. Terraces, staircases, walls, etc. made of quarry tiles, plaster, stone, concrete, and wood are cleaned up and cleared of coatings. Also has a preventative effect, keeping surfaces clear of new green deposits for up to one year.
- Self-acting and preventive
- Easy and safe to use
- Chlorine and acid free
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on 26 March 2014
Bit expensive but the only cleaner we could use for our Indian Sandstone patio. It would be cheaper to use the acid based cleaners which would kill the algae but then also alter the colour of our Sandstone. Algex did kill most of the algae but still some green bits left which will need to be treated again. I would recommend it for Indian Sandstone where acid based cleaners are not recommended.
on 29 December 2016
I cleaned 180 square metres of Indian sandstone and steps with the Lithothin stone cleaner last winter. Top marks to that product but it was damn expensive as I had a huge area and it needed to be used neat. I live in Wales so the whole lot slowly turned green between October and December. I did not relish the thought of spending a small fortune on stone cleaner again so turned to this product which could be diluted 1:10. I applied this product between Xmas and New Year as I was off work, had the time and it was dry for 3 days. It worked a treat and removed 95% of the algae. I’m confident that a reapplication to the stubborn remaining algal patches will clear these up too. Being a trained chemist, I took a gamble that the surfactant would work well, but slower, at lower temperatures and applied it at 5 degrees C with a nighttime frost. The algae had not cleared too well by the following morning but by day two things were looking good so I can confirm that this product will work below the minimum recommended temperature of 10C (albeit more slowly) so its okay to apply this product in winter providing there is no rain forecast. I will be making further use of this product as a single bottle applied with a sprayer covered ~100m sq (not the 200m sq claimed but at ~£20.00 a bottle WAY cheaper than using the stone cleaner). I was also able to liberally use this product right up to the lawn and garden boundaries and so far so good as, like it says on the tin, it has not damaged the plants that got a light dose.