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Brintons Patio Magic Path & Patio Cleaner 2.5L  Was  £8.50, Now £4.25 free C&C @ Wilko
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Brintons Patio Magic Path & Patio Cleaner 2.5L Was £8.50, Now £4.25 free C&C @ Wilko

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Posted 17th Apr

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Patio Magic 2.5 litre is ideal for use on all outdoor hard surfaces with no scrubbing or power washing required. It's easy to use, and you'll see visible results in just 2-4 days. Warning:Always read label. Keep children and pets away until treated area is dry. Contains 7.5% w/w Benzalkonium chloride. Harmful to aquatic organisms. Irritant. Dangerous for the environment. HSE N°: 8579, PCS N° 95346.
Brand: Brintons
Type: Path and Patio Cleaners
Pack Qty: 1
Size: 2.5L
Assembly: No
Height: 20.5CM
Width: 13.0CM
Depth: 10.0CM
Bar Code: 5060077690066
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Or make 7.5 litres of 7.5% by adding 6.5 litres of water to this
Thanks so much for posting. Great price, so thought I'd give it a try. Went and picked one up this afternoon

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Used this a couple or weeks ago. Really impressed!
Aldi's version is sold out online, but may be still in-store - 2L for £1.99 and same 7.5% BAC strength.
This is good stuff, usually apply it at this time of the year, kills the moss/stains on patio. Stays clean all year after
Always feel so sorry for the little wormies when I use this stuff
Used this last year and was a bit sceptical but it did work and kept the patio clean all year
Does this have a negative effect on the grass if it runs off the patio?
Tastes great.. Drink!!!!
can it be used on block paving or is there anything anyone can recommend?
naeembashir4 m ago

can it be used on block paving or is there anything anyone can recommend?


I have tried Jayes patio cleaner, used bleach and sealant from Screwfix.
So far nothing I have found that works.
If this is any better I would try.
I like to know if anyone has tried this on block paving.
Or make 7.5 litres of 7.5% by adding 6.5 litres of water to this
catherinejellis526 m ago

Always feel so sorry for the little wormies when I use this stuff


Know where you are coming from, as it's good stuff fortunately it's only once a year.
£$€20 m ago

Does this have a negative effect on the grass if it runs off the patio?


Use with caution, rinse well. Grass will recover
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 17th Apr
Also keeps mould off wooden garden furniture
RO4CHY21 m ago

Tastes great.. Drink!!!!


I use pure 15% sodium hypochlorite which I normally use with my swimming pool as it’s chlorine/bleach - better than those horrible pucks.

Made my Indian sandstone look brand new after 3 years of not cleaning it.
mastablasta17/04/2019 11:48

I use pure 15% sodium hypochlorite which I normally use with my swimming …I use pure 15% sodium hypochlorite which I normally use with my swimming pool as it’s chlorine/bleach - better than those horrible pucks. Made my Indian sandstone look brand new after 3 years of not cleaning it.


Where can I buy this? And do you dilute it?
gazdoubleu17/04/2019 11:24

Or make 7.5 litres of 7.5% by adding 6.5 litres of water to this


For 7.5%, because that 1 litre bottle is effectively 100%, you would actually add 12.3 litres of water to make 13.3 litres of 7.5% solution. Even better value.
Bogami36 m ago

Where can I buy this? And do you dilute it?


May be eBay item 253992841546?
There are other options available.
Tesco had these as a clearance item end of last year, bought 3 x 2.5l for £1.88 each.
Not used them yet as I normally use cheap thin bleach in a 50/50 mix with with water a stiff broom to agitate on the stone
Edited by: "u664541" 17th Apr
Lowtrawler17/04/2019 12:40

For 7.5%, because that 1 litre bottle is effectively 100%, you would …For 7.5%, because that 1 litre bottle is effectively 100%, you would actually add 12.3 litres of water to make 13.3 litres of 7.5% solution. Even better value.


It's BAC 50 i.e. 50% solution which is the strongest aqueous solution you can get. 100% is a chemical powder
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 17th Apr
gazdoubleu55 m ago

It's BAC 50 i.e. 50% solution which is the strongest aqueous solution you …It's BAC 50 i.e. 50% solution which is the strongest aqueous solution you can get. 100% is a chemical powder


Ahh, confusing title saying 99.9%, thanks for clarifying.
Go yo your local builder or farm supplies and buy 25 litre for £18.00....you can dilute it up to 10-1.

It's called Centrachlor Red label or Hypochlorite acid red label...it's a very strong bleach, farmers use it for cleaning milking parlours and equipment...wear gloves and eye protection to avoid splashes when pouring,I would pour around a litre into a watering can and pour over the flag stones,leave it a couple of hours then hose down,repeat over any stubborn dirt areas....keep pets and kids indoors whilst it's being used.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 17th Apr
Bogami4 h, 56 m ago

Where can I buy this? And do you dilute it?


I buy it online from the farm stores. I didn’t dilute it at all as I wanted it strong enough to destroy all the mould and lichen which it did. No need to mess about with other expensive fools gold products as it does an amazing job.
Thanks so much for posting. Great price, so thought I'd give it a try. Went and picked one up this afternoon

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Just 1 question, is this endorsed by Fred and rose west !!!!! Many thanks.
NP2359 m ago

Thanks so much for posting. Great price, so thought I'd give it a try. …Thanks so much for posting. Great price, so thought I'd give it a try. Went and picked one up this afternoon [Image]


That's great @NP23 Thank you for sharing that pic. Really pleased you liked the deal xx
telboy693 m ago

Just 1 question, is this endorsed by Fred and rose west !!!!! Many thanks.


u6645415 h, 50 m ago

Tesco had these as a clearance item end of last year, bought 3 x 2.5l for …Tesco had these as a clearance item end of last year, bought 3 x 2.5l for £1.88 each. Not used them yet as I normally use cheap thin bleach in a 50/50 mix with with water a stiff broom to agitate on the stone


You got a real bargain there
I use thick bleach from Lidl at 2 litres for about 88p. Brush on with a large cheap paint or fencing brush, leave for 15-30 minutes and then jet wash off. It gets rid of all the black mould which normal jet washing doesn't. Do it on a dry but not hot sunny day - overcast or partially sunny is good but just ensure it doesn't dry out on the paving. For stubborn mould, mildew etc. agitate with a stiff or even wire brush. Works a treat and doesn't affect the grass at all (or weeds come to that, strangely enough).

Thick bleach also good to get mould and mildew off garden furniture, sheds, storage benches etc., etc. Have used bleach many times and found it far more effective than this stuff which I tried initially and found it had little effect.
I use this and still not used to the 'overnight transformation'. I'll likely be impressed again tomorrow!
Amazon has now price matched
Ah, Patio Magic - that great Irish illusionist
matbooker11 h, 33 m ago

Amazon has now price matched


Thank you ordered free delivery for tomorrow too
Pounstretcher is selling same for 3£
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