Burgon & Ball adds brushes to best-seller range

Burgon & Ball is adding to the bestselling Miracle Block Paving Brush range with a new deck cleaning brush designed to remove dirt, mould and algae from wooden decking - without chemicals.

Burgon & Ball launches new range of brushes - photo: Burgon & Ball
Burgon & Ball launches new range of brushes - photo: Burgon & Ball

The brush retails at £17.95 and wholesales at £9.17 in cases of 18. A merchandiser is £30 and is supplied with two free extra brushes.

They have wire bristles that do not score the wood and handles are made from FSC hardwood.

Burgon & Ball has also added a second brush, designed to remove moss and weeds from wider patches of grouting, to the range. RRP is £9.95 with the trade price £5.08 in cases of 24. A merchandiser is £30 supplied with four extra free brushes.

The black paving brush was a hit at garden centres when launched in 2007.

The company is also introducing a new range called Home Allotment, aimed at home owners with small gardens/patios.

The products launch at Glee on September 20-23 2008.


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