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Kilrock mould spray Size 500ml @ Home bargains only £1.99

£1.99 @ Home Bargains
I can recommend this Kilrock Mould Spray Cleaner. I have used many times cleaning tiles and grout. Ideal for cleaning grout when it starts going black or pink. Spray on leave 20 mins then rin… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
I can recommend this Kilrock Mould Spray Cleaner.

I have used many times cleaning tiles and grout.

Ideal for cleaning grout when it starts going black or pink.

Spray on leave 20 mins then rinse and your done.

The last time i bought from Home-base it was £4.99.

so at £1.99 from Home bargains is a Bargain

Effectively removes stains caused by mould and algae

This professional formula has a bleaching action

Ideal for all interior surfaces
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
astonish is much better for only 89p
#2
This is the muts nuts in my opinion. Thanks OP
#3
Looks good' nice find.

Hot.
#4
Parazone from HB does the same job for 89p. Sorted a mouldy shower out in no time. looked like new.
2 Likes #5
2% bleach solution, spray on, leave, repeat as necessary. No scrubbing costs next to nothing.
#6
Astonish works a lot faster than 20 minutes and is less than half the price.
1 Like #7
Dettol mould cleaner the green bottle is also very good
#8
amzzzzyyyy
Dettol mould cleaner the green bottle is also very good


And costs on £1 at Poundland
#9
Does this kill all viruses ??
#10
Easy bleach with white gel from home bargains is best I've used 69 or 89p can't remember
#11
firstofficer
Does this kill all viruses ??
Doubt it, don't think anything can but I've heard of something that can kill 99.99% of all household germs. X)

Edited By: dereklogan7 on Oct 03, 2016 20:16: Spell check
#12
dereklogan7
firstofficer
Does this kill all viruses ??
Doulbt it, don't think anything can but I've heard of something that can kill 99.99% of all household germs. X)

It's the 0.01% missed that really worries me..

I'll get my coat..
#13
firstofficer
dereklogan7
firstofficer
Does this kill all viruses ??
Doulbt it, don't think anything can but I've heard of something that can kill 99.99% of all household germs. X)
It's the 0.01% missed that really worries me..
I'll get my coat..
Sounds like an OCD problem. X)
#14
dereklogan7
firstofficer
dereklogan7
firstofficer
Does this kill all viruses ??
Doulbt it, don't think anything can but I've heard of something that can kill 99.99% of all household germs. X)
It's the 0.01% missed that really worries me..
I'll get my coat..
Sounds like an OCD problem. X)

Sounds like you've never had next level food poisoning..

I'll get my coat..
#15
Is bleach the only listed active ingredient?
1 Like #16
OB1
Is bleach the only listed active ingredient?

Yes, the proportion is 99.99%
#17
Can vouch for this one.
Cleared my conservatoy and now spotless
No scrubbing needed.
The Polycell product previously used was a complete waste of money.
#18
firstofficer
dereklogan7
firstofficer
Does this kill all viruses ??
Doulbt it, don't think anything can but I've heard of something that can kill 99.99% of all household germs. X)
It's the 0.01% missed that really worries me..
I'll get my coat..

Can't you be a little too clean though? According to recent reports rising levels of cleanliness have lowered people's natural resistance to bacteria and dust which cause common allergies.

The fact that we're living in a much cleaner world than a hundred years ago is the main factor behind the rise in the number of admissions for allergies in hospitals.

The number of hospital admissions for allergic reactions and anaphylactic shocks in England alone has increased by more than a third in the past five years according to recent reports.

Can bleach kill all viruses?

It all depends how strong the bleach is. Though I'm getting conflicting reports. Where I work (health care) they say bleach isn't effective enough though maybe they are taught this as a precautionary measure.

Mind you, they’re not microbiologists, and nor am I to be honest. Just remember what we’ve been taught where I work, why it’s necessary and the possible conflicting reports/information. Though I never disagree with what they tell us as there are maybe good reasons for what they are telling us. A lot of the information they teach us is also from government website though that too could be open to interpretation.

Sodium hypochlorite solution, 3–6%, (common household bleach) is typically diluted for safe use when disinfecting surfaces and when used to treat drinking water. When disinfecting most surfaces, 1 part liquid household bleach to 100 parts water is sufficient for sanitizing. Stronger or weaker solutions may be more appropriate to meet specific goals, such as destroying resistant viruses or sanitizing surfaces that will not be in contact with food.

A 1-in-5 dilution of household bleach with water (1 part bleach to 4 parts water) is effective against many bacteria and some viruses, and is often the disinfectant of choice in cleaning surfaces in hospitals (primarily in the United States)

And don’t talk about food poising, I’ve had that and I’ll never forget it either. Dodgy pasties many years ago. I think they were badly stored from what I remember.

Source:

'Cleaner world' increases allergy hospital admissions by 33% in five years - BBC News

The Centre for Food Security and Public Health

VaHealth.org

Wikipedia

Anyway, I popped into the Hounslow branch earlier this evening and got myself a couple of bottles of this stuff.

Great find, great price. Thanks OP.


Edited By: LemonHead on Oct 12, 2016 22:09: typo

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