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Astonish Mould & Mildew Blaster Reduced to 19p instore at Aldi
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Astonish Mould & Mildew Blaster Reduced to 19p instore at Aldi

£0.19£181%Aldi Deals
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Posted 15th FebAvailable: NationalEdited by:"T--J"

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Haven't seen this instore personally but saw a link to this on Facebook:

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Used this stuff on our bathroom grout, previously used the Cillit Bang black mould remover which worked OK but this stuff!
My son almost went into respiratory arrest downstairs in the living room but my whole bathroom looked recently refurbished again.
Astonishing.
DominicPTS15/02/2020 14:13

No still doesn't show.


Means the HotUKDeals search engine must be running normally then .
This stuff is Amazing! We tried lots of Products in our bathroom to deal with the Mould!
We bought this and a tin of paint, but ended up returning the paint as it dissolved the mould and it came up like new!
Edited by: "Scoleah" 15th Feb
Seriously is this what this site has become? Hottest deal of the day is a one store only markdown!
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Edited by: "nobby1963" 15th Feb
nobby196315/02/2020 12:23

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Damn, I thought it was too good to be true that I'd find a good one! The search is crap! I did a merchant search for Aldi and searched for the word 'Mould'.
Used this stuff on our bathroom grout, previously used the Cillit Bang black mould remover which worked OK but this stuff!
My son almost went into respiratory arrest downstairs in the living room but my whole bathroom looked recently refurbished again.
Astonishing.
nobby196315/02/2020 12:23

Already posted


Need to report it with the link to admin. I can't find where it's been posted, search Aldi and Spray and nothing showing.
This stuff is Amazing! We tried lots of Products in our bathroom to deal with the Mould!
We bought this and a tin of paint, but ended up returning the paint as it dissolved the mould and it came up like new!
Edited by: "Scoleah" 15th Feb
Astonishing price!
I agree it’s fantastic
Excellent stuff if you live in hard water area as it removes all the orange marks that other products don’t. Just open a window when you use it as it’s strong smelling. Fantastic price if you can get it at that. I’d have bought the shop!
Going to my local store to see if any left of so I’m clearing the shelf
T--J15/02/2020 12:30

Damn, I thought it was too good to be true that I'd find a good one! Damn, I thought it was too good to be true that I'd find a good one! The search is crap! I did a merchant search for Aldi and searched for the word 'Mould'.


What about 'Mildew'? Have some heat anyway OP!
DominicPTS15/02/2020 14:13

No still doesn't show.


Means the HotUKDeals search engine must be running normally then .
Absolute pennies for a great product.
I tried this last week and was soo surprised that it actually worked and it was not expensive aswell. Home bargains is selling for 90p
Good for the green stuff you get on the windows of cars...
zcaprd715/02/2020 15:06

Good for the green stuff you get on the windows of cars...


Is it suitable? Might damage the rubber or car paint.
HellriderUKDeals6915/02/2020 15:32

Is it suitable? Might damage the rubber or car paint.


I did have a fleeting concern for the paint work, but it seems fine...I guess those car wash people squirt some nasty looking chemicals onto cars?
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 15th Feb
good
Great product from a cruelty-free and vegan company.
Great price this stuff is great and really works
Does it manage to remove black mould ingressed in bath sealant and grout
which aldi please
Edited by: "aw08" 15th Feb
Any good for removing green mold of plywood sheets?
Great stuff but a word of warning, it really burnt my crotch.
Wow. Can't complain about that price, this stuff is superb. I'm waiting on a delivery from amazon which cost £1, I thought that was a good price!
I do think this just bleaches it though.
Used a bottle of this along my garden fence and walls where green mould was sitting, pretty much killed it all just left with a faint haze mark.

You may need 1-2 sessions and rinse with water to shift it though, but agree with others works quite well.
Does this eat metal? My towel rail has suffered.
slevinkelevra15/02/2020 18:47

Does it manage to remove black mould ingressed in bath sealant and grout


I’d also like to know the answer to this!
slevinkelevra15/02/2020 18:47

Does it manage to remove black mould ingressed in bath sealant and grout


I have used it on mould in bath sealant and grout before and it has got rid of it. I sprayed it on and left it all day and then rinsed it off with the shower and it was almost gone, so I repeated and it completely went. It does smell very strong so you need to have a well ventilated room or it makes the whole house smell of bleach!!
aw0815/02/2020 19:16

which aldi please


Doesn't exist, Aldi don't sell this.
If someone managed to buy at this price please proof me wrong.
Might be store specific which have a batch they were selling off a while ago but it's not an item Aldi stock.
Fake news from the sun newspaper.
ifitsfreeitsmine15/02/2020 21:16

Doesn't exist, Aldi don't sell this.If someone managed to buy at this …Doesn't exist, Aldi don't sell this.If someone managed to buy at this price please proof me wrong.Might be store specific which have a batch they were selling off a while ago but it's not an item Aldi stock.Fake news from the sun newspaper.


It's true.
ifitsfreeitsmine15/02/2020 21:16

Doesn't exist, Aldi don't sell this.If someone managed to buy at this …Doesn't exist, Aldi don't sell this.If someone managed to buy at this price please proof me wrong.Might be store specific which have a batch they were selling off a while ago but it's not an item Aldi stock.Fake news from the sun newspaper.


They do sell it, normal price is 75p. Here's a post from September with a picture of a receipt as proof:

hotukdeals.com/dea…300

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Why is this so so cheap? Bought some HG Mould cleaner a while back cost £7 and worked great. Bought a bottle of this recently and it worked even better!!!! I'd pay £4 a bottle for this stuff its that great
T--J15/02/2020 21:37

They do sell it, normal price is 75p. Here's a post from September with a …They do sell it, normal price is 75p. Here's a post from September with a picture of a receipt as proof:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/astonish-mould-mildew-blaster-3289300[Image]


Thanks,
I tried several stores today and asked staff.
Its an item they haven't stocked for a few months, any remaining stock is store specific.
I am interested if anyone managed to buy this today at 19p or even see it in store at full price.
Not surprised it works as well as it does considering you're spraying caustic soda and bleach all over your walls.

Still amazes me something as corrosive as caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) is so easily available to buy.
As some people have already said, if a bit flippantly, make sure you're not spraying it around anyone with respiratory problems and make sure the room is well ventilated.
Amazing deal. This stuff just works. Sometimes, you may need to let it soak for a while or re-apply a few times, but it def removes the mould.
jaydrs15/02/2020 20:02

I do think this just bleaches it though.


Exactly what it is .Make your own with diluted bleach.
yes I wondered what the active ingredients are. Before I used to ritually keep the bathroom clean therefore avoiding any possible chance of mould to take hold but since letting things go a little over the years noticed the black mould, I'd try to use the least invasive measures to clean ie soapy water which worked fine cleaning everyday grime, however since noticing the black mould this didn't work, I've avoided trying anything more invasive I'm sure there's a better term but just can't think of it at the moment.
Anyway my point is thnk it's times to take the plunge and take more drastic measures. My worry was taking away the sealant and or grout.
I wouldn't have tried this astonish product only because the last time I tried astonish was years back from brieleys and didn't find the quality of their products to be that great think it was car products at the time although the hob scouring paste worked well at the time.
however after reading other people's experiences of it think it worth a try.
from what people have said about the smell I am guessing something like ovenpride that really bad caustic smell sensation that gives off
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