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Ecoleaf Ethical & Plant Derived Antibacterial Multi Surface Spray 500ml (Pack of 6) - only £2.46 [Prime] or £6.95 Non-Prime at Amazon.co.uk
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Ecoleaf Ethical & Plant Derived Antibacterial Multi Surface Spray 500ml (Pack of 6) - only £2.46 [Prime] or £6.95 Non-Prime at Amazon.co.uk

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Made in the UK. Vegan Approved and Fully Biodegradable.

  • Paraben Free
  • Palm Oil Free
  • Triclosan Free
  • Phthalate Free
  • No animal tested
  • Biodegradable
  • Eco-friendly
  • Certified Cruelty-Free

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Thanks op
Ah, water spray. Perfect! Thanks OP
DarrylJohn17/07/2019 12:52

Ah, water spray. Perfect! Thanks OP


There's predominately water in almost ALL cleaning sprays. Often listed as 'Aqua'. Eg: Dettol.
Heat added the toilet cleaner smelt fabulous 💕💕
Is this any good, can I use it in the kitchen and Bathroom
Oos
19DembaBa1917/07/2019 13:02

Is this any good, can I use it in the kitchen and Bathroom


Have you looked at the description?!
Thank you, I've just ordered.

Saying out of stock but you can still order for when it comes back in. Thanks op
No doubt yet another deal to get cancelled but give it a punt.
I guarantee this will have a very poor log-kill reduction on pathogenic bacteria - i.e. it's rubbish.

Still you can feel good about saving the planet even though your kids will get hospitalised...
moob17/07/2019 13:26

I guarantee this will have a very poor log-kill reduction on pathogenic …I guarantee this will have a very poor log-kill reduction on pathogenic bacteria - i.e. it's rubbish.Still you can feel good about saving the planet even though your kids will get hospitalised...


Probably why it doesn't show "Kills 99.97" of Germs. It's probably 0.03%
OOS
DarrylJohn17/07/2019 13:28

Probably why it doesn't show "Kills 99.97" of Germs. It's probably 0.03% …Probably why it doesn't show "Kills 99.97" of Germs. It's probably 0.03%


Gets them wet, basically.
GemandJake17/07/2019 13:14

.Saying out of stock but you can still order for when it comes back in. ….Saying out of stock but you can still order for when it comes back in. Thanks op


Note you will be charged the price on the date of the dispatch so don't expect to get them for this misprice
chocci17/07/2019 13:44

Note you will be charged the price on the date of the dispatch so don't …Note you will be charged the price on the date of the dispatch so don't expect to get them for this misprice


Not true.
chocci17/07/2019 13:44

Note you will be charged the price on the date of the dispatch so don't …Note you will be charged the price on the date of the dispatch so don't expect to get them for this misprice


I know this, but thank you . I've ordered lots from Amazon and had the majority delivered.
GemandJake17/07/2019 13:53

I know this, but thank you . I've ordered lots from Amazon and had the …I know this, but thank you . I've ordered lots from Amazon and had the majority delivered.


OP obviously doesn't


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chocci17/07/2019 13:54

OP obviously doesn'tAbout Shopping Cart PricesItems in your Shopping Cart …OP obviously doesn'tAbout Shopping Cart PricesItems in your Shopping Cart will always show at the current price.This price may differ from the price shown for the item when you first placed it in your cart. Placing an item in your cart doesn't reserve the price shown at that time. It is also possible that an item's price may decrease between the time you place it in your cart and the time you purchase it.Note:If an item's correct price is higher than our stated price, we will, at our discretion, either contact you for instructions before shipping or cancel your order and notify you of such cancellation. This applies only to products sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Sellers may follow different policies in the event of a mispriced item.All prices are listed in Pounds Sterling. "Our Price", as displayed, is inclusive of UK VAT at the appropriate rate.


You’re so staggeringly incorrect but okay.

FYI cart is the basket- obviously prices will increase or decrease when in this.

When an order is placed the order and commitment is made between both parties.

They will inform via email if it’s a mis price and automatically cancel the order if so.

Subscribe & Save is murkier territory where they do state that the price may be higher for future subscriptions of that item - but the commitment at first order still applies.

This is not Subscribe & Save.
letslaughadam17/07/2019 14:17

You’re so staggeringly incorrect but okay. FYI cart is the basket- o …You’re so staggeringly incorrect but okay. FYI cart is the basket- obviously prices will increase or decrease when in this. When an order is placed the order and commitment is made between both parties.They will inform via email if it’s a mis price and automatically cancel the order if so. Subscribe & Save is murkier territory where they do state that the price may be higher for future subscriptions of that item - but the commitment at first order still applies. This is not Subscribe & Save.


Why are you arguing with a troll, we all know how temporary out of stock orders work. Thanks for the deal and don't worry what others think, how much we pay is all we need to think about and it's not other people's problem. Why are you replying to that person, he always does this on every thread. Please ignore them, you know your right we all agree with you.
letslaughadam17/07/2019 14:17

You’re so staggeringly incorrect but okay. FYI cart is the basket- o …You’re so staggeringly incorrect but okay. FYI cart is the basket- obviously prices will increase or decrease when in this. When an order is placed the order and commitment is made between both parties.They will inform via email if it’s a mis price and automatically cancel the order if so. Subscribe & Save is murkier territory where they do state that the price may be higher for future subscriptions of that item - but the commitment at first order still applies. This is not Subscribe & Save.



Source or you're just spouting complete BS again
19DembaBa1917/07/2019 14:37

Why are you arguing with a troll, we all know how temporary out of stock …Why are you arguing with a troll, we all know how temporary out of stock orders work. Thanks for the deal and don't worry what others think, how much we pay is all we need to think about and it's not other people's problem. Why are you replying to that person, he always does this on every thread. Please ignore them, you know your right we all agree with you.



irony overload right there
I have tried to order so many of these cheap deals for multiple items that are "out of stock" or "dispatched in 1-3 weeks" and never once have I received it. They are always cancelled.

Only worth ordering if the item is "In Stock" and would actually be dispatched before being cancelled.
Edited by: "RYANdeals" 17th Jul
RYANdeals17/07/2019 14:57

I have tried to order so many of these cheap deals for multiple items that …I have tried to order so many of these cheap deals for multiple items that are "out of stock" or "dispatched in 1-3 weeks" and never once have I received it. They are always cancelled. Only worth ordering if the item is "In Stock" and would actually be dispatched before being cancelled.


Well my 24 tins of Gimcat cat food tins with Tuna arrived yesterday, dispatched from Germany after a 1 month wait.

All for a lovely £2.00
letslaughadam17/07/2019 14:59

Well my 24 tins of Gimcat cat food tins with Tuna arrived yesterday, …Well my 24 tins of Gimcat cat food tins with Tuna arrived yesterday, dispatched from Germany after a 1 month wait.All for a lovely £2.00


Ordered from Amazon.de?
chocci17/07/2019 14:53

irony overload right there


Enjoy it while it lasts
RYANdeals17/07/2019 14:57

I have tried to order so many of these cheap deals for multiple items that …I have tried to order so many of these cheap deals for multiple items that are "out of stock" or "dispatched in 1-3 weeks" and never once have I received it. They are always cancelled. Only worth ordering if the item is "In Stock" and would actually be dispatched before being cancelled.


It's 50/50 most days it does get cancelled, but surprisingly when it gets delivered you are over the moon
letslaughadam17/07/2019 15:05

Nope, UK.


Hmm, I must be unlucky. But out of about 8 attempts, all mines have been cancelled.
RYANdeals17/07/2019 15:10

Hmm, I must be unlucky. But out of about 8 attempts, all mines have been …Hmm, I must be unlucky. But out of about 8 attempts, all mines have been cancelled.


As I said the other day, items below £5 are probably worth a shot. You'll likely get credit or to keep whatever's delivered for free (after refund) if it's not as described.
moob17/07/2019 13:26

I guarantee this will have a very poor log-kill reduction on pathogenic …I guarantee this will have a very poor log-kill reduction on pathogenic bacteria - i.e. it's rubbish.Still you can feel good about saving the planet even though your kids will get hospitalised...


Which types of bacteria are you talking about?
Jonnyblock17/07/2019 20:02

Which types of bacteria are you talking about?


Pathogens. Like 0157, Salmonella etc
GONE! damn it....
moob17/07/2019 20:09

Pathogens. Like 0157, Salmonella etc


How come I've never caught these despite not using surface cleaning products?
Jonnyblock17/07/2019 21:18

How come I've never caught these despite not using surface cleaning …How come I've never caught these despite not using surface cleaning products?


Perhaps you have, and never displayed symptoms and have become more resilient due to repeated exposure, maybe you're vegan and only eat cardboard. Who knows.

Either way, sanitisers (particularly those which meet BS EN 1276/BS EN 13679) are essential for keeping worktops etc clean for food safety reasons.

food.gov.uk/bus…nce
yay got my dispatch email
Arrived today. Many thanks @letslaughadam
Mine arrived today also,
Many thanks
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