While the average charter guest may be respectful of yacht property, you’re going to get the odd case of a guest who leaves behind a tough stain for you to deal with. Thanks to Abzorbit, which came to market this year, you can leave the stress behind along with the stain.
The aerosol spray treats and removes oil, grease, and stains from uncapped composite and timber decking. In other words, the owner need never know that his or her deck was ever anything but spotless.
All it takes is 10 minutes: after spraying on the stain, leave it alone, then brush it off.
“Abzorbit is the perfect option for high traffic and dining areas on yachts as any marks can be quickly and easily removed to leave the composite or wooden flooring looking brand new,” says Charles Taylor, sales director at Composite Prime. “Abzorbit should be a staple on every superyacht, as it can be used to keep the external deck, internal living areas, and cabins free from grease, oil and stains.”
Founded in 2014 by Domenic Harrison and Charles Taylor, Composite Prime is one of the largest producers of sustainable composite decking products in the UK. Their unique formula of wood/plastic decking is manufactured from FSC 100 percent certified quality oak wood fiber and recycled plastics. They are based in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.
Abzorbit is available in 200ml cans. It is available at a range of stockists across the UK, including builders and timber merchants. Abzorbit is also stocked online at Amazon.co.uk. £14.95.
This column is taken from the October 2020 issue of Dockwalk.