Concentrated weedkiller, 280ml (makes 14L). £4 Prime / £7.99 non Prime @ Amazon
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Concentrated weedkiller, 280ml (makes 14L). £4 Prime / £7.99 non Prime @ Amazon

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Edited by:"Stud"Found 16th Aug 2017
A concentrated bottle of weedkiller; for the same price as a regular 1L bottle you can get this, which makes 14L (which would have cost over £50!). Put another way, make a litre of this stuff for only 29p. Amazon currently has the concentrated weedkiller in 4 sizes, but this hits the sweet-spot for being far cheaper than any other sized bottle, at ~75% RRP. Camelcamelcamel indicates this is the lowest price yet. Fill your (gardening) boots.
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Thanks OP. Bought 3
Can Domestic or a form of bleach not be used as a substitute for weedkiller?

£1 for a litre at Poundland, and then dilute it with some water = weedkilley!
Poison
This will give you cancer. Just Google it. Avoid Monsanto!
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amz84uk3 m ago

Can Domestic or a form of bleach not be used as a substitute for …Can Domestic or a form of bleach not be used as a substitute for weedkiller?£1 for a litre at Poundland, and then dilute it with some water = weedkilley!



Are you joking? This weedkiller (apparently) degrades in the soil by micro organisms. You can put new plants in the ground a short time later. Using bleach would likely kill everything in the ground, be dangerous to pets and make the soil unable to support life!!
Won't let me add to basket, says encountered a problem. Tried again and again. This must have been a glitch because cheapest coming up now is £9.54
Edited by: "Captain.Banana" 16th Aug 2017
Sliwka11 m ago

This will give you cancer. Just Google it. Avoid Monsanto!


yawn...
£9.54 now
Edited by: "wolgarston" 16th Aug 2017
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Too good to be true for long. Still, at £9.54 it is a bargain, as it equates to a litre costing 68p. Should I update the thread?
Edited by: "Stud" 16th Aug 2017
Cheers op got one.
This is one of the deadliest products ever. Just read their safety manual, the do actually admit it.
Stud37 m ago

Are you joking? This weedkiller (apparently) degrades in the soil by micro …Are you joking? This weedkiller (apparently) degrades in the soil by micro organisms. You can put new plants in the ground a short time later. Using bleach would likely kill everything in the ground, be dangerous to pets and make the soil unable to support life!!


Very interesting. I've been getting weeds and moss growing on the driveway - will throw on some bleach to hopefully permanently resolve this.
stingergb1 h, 11 m ago

This is one of the deadliest products ever. Just read their safety manual, …This is one of the deadliest products ever. Just read their safety manual, the do actually admit it.

How so
coventgamer2 h, 9 m ago

How so


Because some people believe everything they read on the Internet...
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