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Deb Swarfega Orange Hand Cleaner with Pump, 4 L £12.99 at Amazon Prime / £17.48 free del with prime
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Deb Swarfega Orange Hand Cleaner with Pump, 4 L £12.99 at Amazon Prime / £17.48 free del with prime

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Posted 25th Mar

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Working on your vehicle can be a messy job, with lots of oily and greasy deposits that can build up on your skin and hands. Removing these deposits can be a tricky job without the use of a strong and effective hand cleaner. For a d skin friendly clean you know you can rely on Swarfega.This orange hand cleaner is made from an advanced formulation using natural ingredients to remove oil, grease and general dirt quickly and efficiently. It contains micro-polymer granules which act like thousands of tiny scrubbing brushes to remove stubborn soilings without damaging the skin. The solvent-free formula helps prevent drying out of the skin and a mild orange fragrance leaves the skin feeling fresh and clean after use. The rich creamy lotion quickly rinses off leaving no greasy after-feel. Contains wheat germ extracts to help moisturise the hands.Swarfega is the brand name for a range of skin care products, degreasing & vehicle maintenance products and general surface cleaners aimed at both professional and domestic markets. Swarfega, is renowned the world over for its unique cleaning properties and over the years has become the 'go to brand' for heavy-duty hand cleaning. With a long history which dates back to 1947, Swarfega has continually innovated and improved upon the product they offer to the market
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Ah why does this keep getting posted. It's so bad for the environment and does nothing more for a virus than soap
slider25/03/2020 15:19

This any good for getting rid of Covid-19?


if that's a serious question. No
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This any good for getting rid of Covid-19?
slider25/03/2020 15:19

This any good for getting rid of Covid-19?


if that's a serious question. No
slider25/03/2020 15:19

This any good for getting rid of Covid-19?


Yes, this will disinfect your hands from covid-19 but not your immune system.
Ah why does this keep getting posted. It's so bad for the environment and does nothing more for a virus than soap
12.99 at screwfix for local collection and seen cheaper elsewhere
pork1225/03/2020 15:25

Yes, this will disinfect your hands from covid-19 but not your immune …Yes, this will disinfect your hands from covid-19 but not your immune system.


No I think he means if he drinks it?
£10.99 at Wickes ...
This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful against corona.
Not delivered till the end of April
Thanks for posting ordered as I’ve just run out and about to throw the small one away, gonna fill it with this beaut. Cheers and delivered without leaving the house!
Edited by: "paulrwarner" 25th Mar
Blazzz25/03/2020 15:51

This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful …This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful against corona.


Soap and warm water is disinfectant against covid19.
1982john25/03/2020 15:32

Ah why does this keep getting posted. It's so bad for the environment and …Ah why does this keep getting posted. It's so bad for the environment and does nothing more for a virus than soap


Serious question, why is this bad for the environment?
solid25/03/2020 16:17

Serious question, why is this bad for the environment?


It contains micro-plastics, or “poly grains” as they call them. I believe they are switching to corn meal instead, but this deal is for polygrain stuff.

It will also dry your skin out really bad if you use it regularly and don’t use a hand cream too by the way.
Edited by: "HorseBoxGuy" 25th Mar
Already posted about 3 days ago
Blazzz25/03/2020 15:51

This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful …This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful against corona.


Not true. Are people really this stupid?

theguardian.com/com…nts
Edited by: "Minstadave" 25th Mar
slider25/03/2020 15:19

This any good for getting rid of Covid-19?


Yes it will kill Covid-19 just like any other soap or handwash.
Blazzz25/03/2020 15:51

This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful …This doesn't show alcohol/ethanol etc in ingredients? So not useful against corona.


Incorrect. Any cleaning agent with a detergent in is suitable
HorseBoxGuy25/03/2020 16:32

It contains micro-plastics, or “poly grains” as they call them. I believe t …It contains micro-plastics, or “poly grains” as they call them. I believe they are switching to corn meal instead, but this deal is for polygrain stuff.It will also dry your skin out really bad if you use it regularly and don’t use a hand cream too by the way.



and everytime this gets posted I have to correct these comments and say they stopped using polymer beads years ago. Amazon have never updated their listing.
Niz25/03/2020 18:34

and everytime this gets posted I have to correct these comments and say …and everytime this gets posted I have to correct these comments and say they stopped using polymer beads years ago. Amazon have never updated their listing.


Niz is 100% so you don’t need to worry. I double checked this as I was a concern I had a while back.
Thanks OP for the post. Missed it, showing as unavailable, or £23 from other sellers!
I bought 4l of this a couple of years ago, but I didn't like it - it left my hands really dry and sore. I used most of it as patio wash.
40188077-l92bc.jpgDefinitely cornmeal and not microplastics, probably very unpopular, what I'm about to say but I use it as face wash, I find it's really good and exfoliates well but you need to have a good moisturiser afterwards
Still available
Same price as everywhere else
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Niz25/03/2020 18:34

and everytime this gets posted I have to correct these comments and say …and everytime this gets posted I have to correct these comments and say they stopped using polymer beads years ago. Amazon have never updated their listing.


...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on their own product?

debgroup.com/uk/products/swarfega-orange

Muppet.

The listing specifically mentions that this is the poly bead version. You can’t just assume it’s wrong, and “correct” people that have actually read the sellers listing.
Edited by: "HorseBoxGuy" 25th Mar
Proveright25/03/2020 19:45

Thanks OP for the post. Missed it, showing as unavailable, or £23 from …Thanks OP for the post. Missed it, showing as unavailable, or £23 from other sellers!


Just buy it from Screwfix or toolstation.
This is not an antibacterial gel, it is used to clean hands from oil and grease working in a workshop. This is not hand sanitiser.
HorseBoxGuy25/03/2020 23:33

...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on the …...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on their own product?debgroup.com/uk/products/swarfega-orangeMuppet.The listing specifically mentions that this is the poly bead version. You can’t just assume it’s wrong, and “correct” people that have actually read the sellers listing.



manufacturer doesn't make the listing

also a listing on wickes with the updated information and cheaper £10.99 though you have to collect:
wickes.co.uk/Swa…216

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Edited by: "Niz" 26th Mar
HorseBoxGuy25/03/2020 23:33

...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on the …...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on their own product?debgroup.com/uk/products/swarfega-orangeMuppet.The listing specifically mentions that this is the poly bead version. You can’t just assume it’s wrong, and “correct” people that have actually read the sellers listing.


As I said in my comment above it's definitely cornmeal, I ordered some that arrived yesterday from the same listing it arrived and doesn't have microplastics
Niz26/03/2020 06:02

manufacturer doesn't make the listingalso a listing on wickes with the …manufacturer doesn't make the listingalso a listing on wickes with the updated information and cheaper £10.99 though you have to collect:https://www.wickes.co.uk/Swarfega-Orange-Hand-Cleanser-Pump---4L/p/144216#[Image]


...that’s why I included a link to the Deb website, who manufacture Swarfega products.

Some people...
HorseBoxGuy26/03/2020 08:17

...that’s why I included a link to the Deb website, who manufacture S …...that’s why I included a link to the Deb website, who manufacture Swarfega products. Some people...


Which says what?
HorseBoxGuy25/03/2020 23:33

...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on the …...and the manufacturer “forgot” to update all their own information on their own product?debgroup.com/uk/products/swarfega-orangeMuppet.The listing specifically mentions that this is the poly bead version. You can’t just assume it’s wrong, and “correct” people that have actually read the sellers listing.



Only Muppet here is you.

it's illegal to manufacture or sell microplastics/microbeads, has been for a year or more
Jace_Phoenix26/03/2020 10:24

Only Muppet here is you.it's illegal to manufacture or sell …Only Muppet here is you.it's illegal to manufacture or sell microplastics/microbeads, has been for a year or more


It’s been banned since June, 9 months ago. And many retailers have been caught still actively selling products with them (with no consequence). Even major retailers like Superdrug. Do you think that if some rando seller on Amazon has some old stock, that they will just destroy it? Or sell it? :/

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Niz26/03/2020 08:47

Which says what?


Have a look at any of their pictures, and read the label.
HorseBoxGuy26/03/2020 18:29

Have a look at any of their pictures, and read the label.



fair enough you're right, but im sure no one will be disappointed when they don't get it.
HorseBoxGuy26/03/2020 18:28

It’s been banned since June, 9 months ago. And many retailers have been c …It’s been banned since June, 9 months ago. And many retailers have been caught still actively selling products with them (with no consequence). Even major retailers like Superdrug. Do you think that if some rando seller on Amazon has some old stock, that they will just destroy it? Or sell it? :/ 🤡



No, it was June 2018... it's now 2020.

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