Yacht cleaning can be arduous; stains, dirt, biofouling, and algae seem to build up quickly on the boat which is where our BoatKleen environmentally friendly yacht cleaner can be a great help to you. An cleverly formulated yacht cleaner chemical that is non-toxic and non-hazardous, completely safe for aquatic life and with strong cleaning action for hulls, decks, seats, and canvas.
Doesn’t every cleaning chemical firm claim to be eco-friendly? Well, this is often true – in claim at least – but while bleach and biocides are effective at cleaning, they are lethal for aquatic life and in many cases, permission is needed from the Environment Agency or SEPA but not with our BoatKleen product!
How Does BoatKleen Work?
This product works by using oleo chemicals with nanotechnology where tiny nano-energy packages get underneath the dirt, grime and algae to loosen it off for flushing off and leaving a super-clean surface, this environmentally friendly yacht cleaner contains:
- No bleach or sodium hypochlorite – it is odourless.
- No biocides or disinfectants – completely safe for any aquatic life.
- No strong acids or caustic alkalis.
A uniquely appropriate and effective cleaner to use on boats and yachts of all types where the harmless run-off may make its way into a water course. Care of or owning a water course is a considerable responsibility. In this case in the Western Isles shown on this link the HSE fined a local authority when children got chemical burns; the time is coming when many of the caustic killing chemicals will likely be illegal.
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Some typical uses for this versatile and innovative cleaner are at yacht clubs as a hull cleaner to remove dirt and bird lime, at marinas and by harbour masters to remove marine algae from slipways and steps and inhibit regrowth. BoatKleen will lengthen the time between needed cleans of your boat and will mean you do not need an environmental permit.
You can read useful guidance on the use of slipway cleaning chemicals on the GOV.UK website.
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