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Chrysal Professional Cleaner

Chrysal Professional Cleaner

Chrysal Professional Cleaner is the first step to ensure all your tools and dosing units are free of limescale and organic dirt. It is a gentle product with degreasing action, biodegradable and user-friendly. Flowers and plants stay fresh longer when placed in hygienically clean buckets, vases and trays and when they are processed with hygienically clean tools. This product is not harmful to flowers but helps to maintain the quality of your stock and ultimately increase the vase life. Optimal hygiëne helps with happy customers!

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Effects & benefits

  • Removes quickly and effectively limescale and organic dirt.
  • Reduces flower wastage, cleaning labour and water usage.
  • Dosing units remain free of lime scale when cleaned weekly.
  • Not phytotoxic to flowers and causes no ornamental loss.

Extra information

  • Available in 1 litre bottles.
  • For more information about Chrysal Professional Cleaner, please read our product sheet.

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Tips

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