Cillit Bang Trigger Sprays. All Varieties £1.69 at Home Bargains
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Cillit Bang Trigger Sprays. All Varieties £1.69 at Home Bargains

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Found 29th May 2014
The following products from Cillit Bang are currently at £1.69 at Home Bargains:

Limescale and Shine
Grease and Sparkle
Black Mould remover
Bleach and Hygiene

All full size bottles and perfect for your Spring cleaning.

8 Comments

Hi Barry Scott here, never heard of him , who the hell is Barry Scott. !! who cares more like. lol.

The way this deal is going, the more cold clicks, and surely the power would be gone.

portobello_by_the_sea

Hi Barry Scott here, never heard of him , who the hell is Barry Scott. … Hi Barry Scott here, never heard of him , who the hell is Barry Scott. !! who cares more like. lol.



Well you might not care but here: UK advertisements are presented by "Barry Scott", an effusive character played by Neil Burgess, who claims that Cillit Bang can remove limescale, rust and ground-in dirt, and places a copper-plated One Penny coin in Cillit Bang to demonstrate the product's cleaning ability. In another version of the advert, Barry is joined by a stereotypical housewife character, Jill, who remarks of his penny-cleaning demonstration, "You love that one, Barry!". (The back of the container originally listed copper as a substance on which one should not use Cillit Bang; however, it has since been amended.)

In the original adverts Barry used a five-cent euro coin for this demonstration. It was soon replaced by the British one penny coin.

brett95

Well you might not care but here: UK advertisements are presented by … Well you might not care but here: UK advertisements are presented by "Barry Scott", an effusive character played by Neil Burgess, who claims that Cillit Bang can remove limescale, rust and ground-in dirt, and places a copper-plated One Penny coin in Cillit Bang to demonstrate the product's cleaning ability. In another version of the advert, Barry is joined by a stereotypical housewife character, Jill, who remarks of his penny-cleaning demonstration, "You love that one, Barry!". (The back of the container originally listed copper as a substance on which one should not use Cillit Bang; however, it has since been amended.)In the original adverts Barry used a five-cent euro coin for this demonstration. It was soon replaced by the British one penny coin.:D


A name like Barry scot and using a euro, W.T.F. For that reason alone, i would never use this product.

leeparsons

A name like Barry scot and using a euro, W.T.F. For that reason alone, i … A name like Barry scot and using a euro, W.T.F. For that reason alone, i would never use this product.



lol the advert drives me mad X)

Is it just me or does anybody else constantly read this as "clit bang"?

That"s a bit below the waist !!

Well I do now!
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