Astonish Mould and Mildew Blaster £1 @ Poundland
371°Expired

Astonish Mould and Mildew Blaster £1 @ Poundland

13
Found 19th Feb
£1 - Found in the Kingston branch but may be nationwide. This stuff really works, just read the amazon reviews.

The Antibac surface cleaner is also available.
Community Updates

Groups

13 Comments
Nationwide... They've sold it for years
Great product but this is the usual price - also available at Home Bargains and the like.

Better than the Dettol equivalent product as no chlorine smell.
Van197343 m ago

Great product but this is the usual price - also available at Home …Great product but this is the usual price - also available at Home Bargains and the like.Better than the Dettol equivalent product as no chlorine smell.


I have to disagree here. As good as this product is, the smell is very strong. You can still smell it the following day.
Anyone know if this is comparable to hg spray which really is a great product but is usually priced at over £5?
Ingredients<5% Anionic Surfactants, Chlorine-Based Bleaching Agents, 22.5g/l Sodium Hypochlorite



Chlorine based, so will bleach products the same way as ordinary bleach will.

There are far better products around but they are usually much more expensive.

Occasionally Lidl sell a non-bleach product which is very good, and cheapest I have found so I stock up when it's on offer, but it's not currently on sale there, so until it returns you're left with branded products which contain fungicides like Benzalkonium chloride eg: Ronseal MKB500
amazon.co.uk/Ron…uld
Cookers90009429 m ago

Anyone know if this is comparable to hg spray which really is a great …Anyone know if this is comparable to hg spray which really is a great product but is usually priced at over £5?


It has bleach in it too, but more expensive
Edited by: "nihcaj" 19th Feb
It's 99p in Home Bargains
yep, this stuff is great, works just as well as any more expensive products. Wear a mask and goggles when you use it thoughif your doing a large area!. Don't like the new trigger though as it tends to stream rather than spray unlike the old trigger which was miles better.
Thanks OP We have been using the Astonish cream for Years brilliant for hobs Pans,stainless steel sinks a really good alternative to Brillo pads.
I love astonish products .
Good on shower curtains as well gets mold and mildew off quickly
This stuff is good for the price you pay. Its much better than Cillit Bang equivalent!
This stuff is the bee's knees for showers, sinks, toilets, utility rooms. I start one end of the house going around spraying then by the time I finish, I go back and rinse / wipe.
Don't just think it's for mould and mildew. It's great on taps
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text