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Bloo Max Cistern Block Zesty Lemon 75g @ Wilko £0.75

£0.75 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
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#1
I don't understand people voting cold and then not coming up with a better deal. oO
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Get a bottle of washing up liquid... I use Aldi's own...the 73p one... which is thicker..compare to the cheaper 53p one
Pierce the top through the middle with a small hole...put upside down in your Toilet Cistern... away from any moving parts
Cleans when you flush

Will keep your bowl nice and clean for weeks... until the cistern water eventually replaces all the washing up liquid in the bottle
The thicker the washing up liquid... the longer it takes to change from liquid to water ;)
#3
cburns
Get a bottle of washing up liquid... I use Aldi's own...the 73p one... which is thicker..compare to the cheaper 53p one
Pierce the top through the middle with a small hole...put upside down in your Toilet Cistern... away from any moving parts
Cleans when you flush

Will keep your bowl nice and clean for weeks... until the cistern water eventually replaces all the washing up liquid in the bottle
The thicker the washing up liquid... the longer it takes to change from liquid to water ;)

Wow....SuperScrimper idea..brill :p
1 Like #4
I came up with the idea of putting a Duck toilet gel disk in my fridge, it smells lovely every time I open the door. ;)

Edited By: djh1975 on Dec 25, 2014 16:06
#5
cburns
Get a bottle of washing up liquid... I use Aldi's own...the 73p one... which is thicker..compare to the cheaper 53p one
Pierce the top through the middle with a small hole...put upside down in your Toilet Cistern... away from any moving parts
Cleans when you flush

Will keep your bowl nice and clean for weeks... until the cistern water eventually replaces all the washing up liquid in the bottle
The thicker the washing up liquid... the longer it takes to change from liquid to water ;)

Good idea. Thanks. Will try it.
#6
Wow....SuperScrimper idea..brill :p

Good idea. Thanks. Will try it

Been doing this for months... and believe me.. it works really well ;)
#7
cburns
Get a bottle of washing up liquid... I use Aldi's own...the 73p one... which is thicker..compare to the cheaper 53p one
Pierce the top through the middle with a small hole...put upside down in your Toilet Cistern... away from any moving parts
Cleans when you flush

Will keep your bowl nice and clean for weeks... until the cistern water eventually replaces all the washing up liquid in the bottle
The thicker the washing up liquid... the longer it takes to change from liquid to water ;)
Does it make a lot of bubbles though?
#8
Does it make a lot of bubbles though?

Not really.. because it's only a small hole and if you use a thick liquid..
Results in the exchange of a small amount of water and small amount of liquid in the bottle.....difference in viscosity ;)
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hmmm money down the drain


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