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Dettol Disinfectant Spray, Linen 400ml £1.50 @ Sainsbury's
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Dettol Disinfectant Spray, Linen 400ml £1.50 @ Sainsbury's

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Posted 11th Mar

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Easy and convenient disinfectant spray to use: no wiping required
Kills 99.9% bacteria and virus
Suitable for all hard surfaces around the home including bins, door handles, toilet area
Unlike other cleaners, it can also be used on soft surfaces: sofa, mattress, pillows, pet bedding
Frangrances the air leaving your house smelling fresh


Dettol All-in-One Disinfectant Spray can help protect your family from illness by helping prevent the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses. This product kills 99.9% of bacteria on both hard and soft surfaces, plus it fragrances the air.

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Covid19 Bodyspray. Heat added.
corona beer lost millions and dettol earned millions
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Covid19 Bodyspray. Heat added.
None instock
Had limited quantities last time I was in Poundland if anyone still needs some. Poundland in my area seemed to have more cleaning supplies/disinfectant than other shops.
This is brilliant stuff,I recommend it.grest for around the house
LoveMeRight11/03/2020 12:39

Had limited quantities last time I was in Poundland if anyone still needs …Had limited quantities last time I was in Poundland if anyone still needs some. Poundland in my area seemed to have more cleaning supplies/disinfectant than other shops.


Thank you for pointing that out.
I would never have thought to look in poundland for dettol spray.
It is £2 in poundland and iceland.

1 thing that i find odd is that there are no instructions on how to use the dettol surface cleaner spray correctly.
Do you spray and leave it or wipe it down? If so what do you do with the cloths you use for wiping?
There so much money going into advertising, how about a video on the correct way to use products.
Edited by: "NuffinisFree" 11th Mar
None in stock
None in my local Sainsburys today or in my local Wilko or Tesco, Just empty space where they should be
corona beer lost millions and dettol earned millions
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NuffinisFree11/03/2020 13:22

Thank you for pointing that out.I would never have thought to look in …Thank you for pointing that out.I would never have thought to look in poundland for dettol spray.It is £2 in poundland and iceland.1 thing that i find odd is that there are no instructions on how to use the dettol surface cleaner spray correctly.Do you spray and leave it or wipe it down? If so what do you do with the cloths you use for wiping?There so much money going into advertising, how about a video on the correct way to use products.


Spray and leave - no need to wipe per the instructions on the can of Dettol All in One i have.
Forget lynx I’m all over this
Jen_Gordon11/03/2020 12:46

This is brilliant stuff,I recommend it.grest for around the house


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Jen_Gordon11/03/2020 12:46

This is brilliant stuff,I recommend it.grest for around the house


How do we know it's not useless, & you are just a coronavirus posting on here?
Alcohol eh? No Corona in Scotland then
Sh1t like this is only on here to raise the COVID awareness, nothing to do with a deal
I have a can in my van and its great for using on hands....quick spray/rub in and it drys in seconds
Edited by: "gardner1" 11th Mar
Toxic to cats, so be careful where used
If I get corona I'm spreading it to everyone lol
Theres no reason to clean your house, wash your hands, take a shower if there isnt a Pandemic
But since there is i now have to have basic hygiene such as washing hands after going to toilet and before eating

Oh btw to have Corona virus on your Kitchen Surface in the first place.. Well you've probably already got it
Edited by: "Norseg" 11th Mar
jonboy30011/03/2020 19:35

Toxic to cats, so be careful where used

Good to know......i'll start spraying it around the garden to stop the cats cr4pping
If you aren't ready now I'm afraid you've left it too late. Normies
I've been using this to spray my bag when I get home after traveling on the underground. Not completely going to kill anything but one way to reduce the chance of bringing viruses/bacteria into the house.
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CertifiedQualifiedDealz11/03/2020 20:10

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"A coronavirus is what's called an envelope virus and that means it has an outer envelope that's composed of proteins and a fatty material called a lipid, and it's that outer layer that makes it relatively simple to kill with most disinfectants, compared to other viruses that don't have that envelope."
This is Very good as you don’t need to wipe the surface after you have sprayed. You just spray and go which is fantastic; no mess or tissues required.
Hot. I've been looking for some COVD-19 killing breath spray.
None in stock anywhere doubt that offer will run
gardner111/03/2020 20:10

Good to know......i'll start spraying it around the garden to stop the …Good to know......i'll start spraying it around the garden to stop the cats cr4pping


Toxic, not repellent. They'll probably end up adding puke to your garden too.
I'm not a scientist but I know it is good stuff
This is good for quick convenience but I use bleach or milton fluid
Off to the Canaries soon and taking one of these to fumigate the room on arrival.
Edited by: "spenspuma" 11th Mar
Luckily I cleaned and practised basic hygiene before all this so don’t need to buy soap, antibacterial gel or disinfectant spray
CertifiedQualifiedDealz11/03/2020 18:48

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Incorrect, dettol kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses. You also contradicted yourself, bleach isnt alcohol but i suppose a contradiction from someone that opens their mouth without ever knowing what they are talking about is expected.
65% alcohol will kill bacteria and viruses infact 65% is the sweet spot.

dettol.co.uk/abo…us/
Edited by: "eraldo" 12th Mar
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