Dettol Disinfectant Spray £1 at PoundLand (RRP £3+)
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Dettol Disinfectant Spray £1 at PoundLand (RRP £3+)

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Found 7th Aug 2011
£3.05 in Asda, £3.85 in Boots. Picked up a few cans in Wythenshawe Poundland, they had loads.

200ml aerosol spray. I use it in the baby's nursery and around the bins.

The pic is of 'green apple' the Poundland one is fragrance free with a white lid.
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great price thanks
Another pointless product from Dettol - out to scare the world into creating a sterile environment.

Not voting.
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moob

Another pointless product from Dettol - out to scare the world into … Another pointless product from Dettol - out to scare the world into creating a sterile environment.Not voting.



Normally I'd agree (I see no point in the no touch hand wash system) but this does have it's uses - it keeps my Sangenic bin clean and fresh smelling, and I use it on door handles too. I agree that we can go too far with trying to keep a 'sterile environment' but if you have a new baby in the house you do all you can to stop any germs being transmitted which could make them poorly
KittyKate

Normally I'd agree (I see no point in the no touch hand wash system) but … Normally I'd agree (I see no point in the no touch hand wash system) but this does have it's uses - it keeps my Sangenic bin clean and fresh smelling, and I use it on door handles too. I agree that we can go too far with trying to keep a 'sterile environment' but if you have a new baby in the house you do all you can to stop any germs being transmitted which could make them poorly



Some germs are good for new babies, they help in improving there Immune system and improve there resistance to fight diesease. #justsaying
KittyKate

Normally I'd agree (I see no point in the no touch hand wash system) but … Normally I'd agree (I see no point in the no touch hand wash system) but this does have it's uses - it keeps my Sangenic bin clean and fresh smelling, and I use it on door handles too. I agree that we can go too far with trying to keep a 'sterile environment' but if you have a new baby in the house you do all you can to stop any germs being transmitted which could make them poorly



How far do you go though?

Do you sterilise door handles, seats etc when you're out in public?

It's just a case of scaremongering, getting the public to feel ashamed into thinking they are not protecting their little ones if they don't sanitise everything - and of course, the only way to ensure this is by buying into their products.

There is a difference between making sure things are clean when you have little ones and getting overly fastidious with it to the level of OCD.
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I never sterilise seats and door handles - is because my mum's having chemo & radio and has been told to avoid (as much as she can) getting a cold as it will knock her sideways. I don't want my daughter to catch one, be ill, and pass it to her, either. I agree as a society we're getting a bit OCD but in my case it's warranted, doctor's orders. (And as for out in public - she's been told to avoid public transport, loos, crowds..you get the picture)

Anyway - I posted the deal for anyone who might need it, that's all
i don't agree i don't think it's pointless, really good product and germ killing is very important these days. we should give these out to hospitals to reduce MRSA. heat added.
Thanks - this is a good deal. Hope my local's got it.
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