COMPOSITE PRIME UNVEIL ABZORBIT – A BRAND NEW MIRACLE OIL AND GREASE REMOVER FOR DECKING
SPECIALIST decking manufacturer Composite Prime, have created a brand-new cleaning product to easily remove grease and stubborn oily stains from timber and composite decking.
Barbecue grease, dropped food, and spilt oil can ruin the look of decking, but Abzorbit is a simple spray-on and brush-off product, the first of its kind which shifts them with minimum effort.
See it in action in this demo video: https://youtu.be/U9eOL0Qew3o
Developed, originally, for removing stains from uncapped composite decking, Abzorbit will be marketed direct to consumer through Amazon, and costs £9.95 per 200ml can. It can also be bought through Composite Prime’s network of stockists across the UK.
Composite Prime Director Domenic Harrison, who developed Abzorbit, said: “One of the most common problems with uncapped composite and timber decking are the stains.
“The grease from a single dropped sausage can ruin the look, and until now there has been no foolproof way to remove grease and stubborn oily stains, other than by the costly process of replacing the board.
“Abzorbit’s unique formula means it’s the only product of its type to completely eradicate these kinds of stains. Simply spray the affected area, leave to dry and then brush off.”
Domenic added: “As one of the largest producers of composite products in the UK, we are committed to delivering innovative products to help homeowners make the most of their decking.
“Abzorbit now complements our range of composite products.”
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About Composite Prime:
Founded in 2014 by Domenic Harrison and Charles Taylor, Composite Prime is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of sustainable composite decking.
Based in Ilkley, North Yorkshire, their unique formula of wood/plastic decking is manufactured from FSC-certified quality oak wood flour and recycled plastics.