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Flash kitchen spray 450ml x 10 only £9 delivered @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)
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Flash kitchen spray 450ml x 10 only £9 delivered @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)

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Posted 26th Apr

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Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please do consider others - we all need to work together to ensure everyone gets what they need. So please don’t stockpile, and perhaps offer to help older neighbours, family or friends by sourcing items for them.

Works out £0.90 per bottle if you have prime. Out of stock but you can still order it, hope it helps someone.
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"please shop responsibly'" - advertises bulk buy 10 bottles of kitchen cleaner...
I make that 90p a bottle so it's cheaper than the £1 people are quoting and you don't have to go and get it , risking lives , wasting petrol etc
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RRP £10.
Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, especially when it isn't in stock.
These are always £1 in the Pound shop, and even £1 most of the time in Waitrose...
Steveyorkie26/04/2020 08:24

RRP £10.Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, …RRP £10.Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, especially when it isn't in stock.


Everyone goes mad when eBay give 10% off.
A lot of shops who pay tax on their profits sell it for £1 not many people need to buy 10
coolhandan26/04/2020 08:29

Everyone goes mad when eBay give 10% off.



RRP £10.
Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, especially when it isn't in stock.

I'm talking about the RRP, RRP isn't a real selling price for anything, ever.
If you were asked to take a 10% pay cut it wouldn't be insignificant!! :-)
Personally I think it’s good. I’m doing my grocery shopping online and can’t get any kitchen cleaner from anyone who I can get delivery with. I know it’s out of stock, but can be ordered at least.
Just buy disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about 10p a bottle
Edited by: "korless" 26th Apr
korless26/04/2020 09:10

Just but disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about …Just but disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about 10p a bottle


None anywhere, President Trump is using it all to inject Americans.
"please shop responsibly'" - advertises bulk buy 10 bottles of kitchen cleaner...
korless26/04/2020 09:10

Just but disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about …Just but disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about 10p a bottle


Better for the environment too
Steveyorkie26/04/2020 08:24

RRP £10.Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, …RRP £10.Saving a quid on the RRP doesn't seem like a deal to me, especially when it isn't in stock.


Is when delivered for many who can’t get our etc
These are normally on offer in supermarkets for £1. Cold.
packard26/04/2020 09:57

Is when delivered for many who can’t get our etc


10 bottles, don't agree. Naff deal.
I make that 90p a bottle so it's cheaper than the £1 people are quoting and you don't have to go and get it , risking lives , wasting petrol etc
Yes i am in dire need of 10 ..... yes 10 bottles for my single person household ... i am not stockpiling honest, please dont stockpile !! because i told you not too so you must listen.

(Sarcasm obviously)
Is it trump approved?
villan5726/04/2020 10:10

I make that 90p a bottle so it's cheaper than the £1 people are quoting …I make that 90p a bottle so it's cheaper than the £1 people are quoting and you don't have to go and get it , risking lives , wasting petrol etc



So it is fine for someone else to risk their life and use their petrol to deliver it to your selfish ars?
korless26/04/2020 09:10

Just buy disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about …Just buy disinfectant from any large store dilute with water costs about 10p a bottle


Never thought of this. Is it genuinely as effective on bacteria etc?

Which disinfectant? Dilute by how much?
Aj_says26/04/2020 09:49

Better for the environment too


Actually the liked of own brand disinfectant and zoflora the same are all terrible for the environment, they may make you think, one small bottle makes 50l spray so less packaging but they are horrible for aquatic life when flushed and put in washing machines and down plugs and in the air.

Not to mention proven damage to respiratory system and have high ratings in toxic levels, smells nice but is a really bad harsh chemicals mix and if your looking for environmentally friendly go for ecover or method or oceansaver.
ricey26/04/2020 11:20

Never thought of this. Is it genuinely as effective on bacteria etc?Which …Never thought of this. Is it genuinely as effective on bacteria etc?Which disinfectant? Dilute by how much?


It is but a common misconception is that you spray ziflora wipe of and its clean but the ingredients in zoflora or similar take between 3 and 5 minutes to kill all bacteria. But if you can saturate and leave it will disinfect.

Another point to note is there is a big difference between a disinfectant basically a surface sanitizer and a multipurpose grease removal spray..

The first kills bacteria hidden to the naked eye that can "sometimes" cause issues like food poisoning or cause human illness.

The second uses chemicals like surificants to lift grime and grease and spilled drinks or food sticky messes etc and remove them onto wipe or sponge etc... this effectively cleans but there will still be bacteria left. Vice versa thenzoflora wont getball the particular food or drink particles but will kill more germs... not all because... 99.9% and also nothing bar intense heat etc will destroy every single bacteria...

It's much more complicated than 1 spray does it all.

Also.. disinfectant is very harsh and horrible to breath in, toxic to aqua life and pets and not good for children to breath in so has to be used very carefully.. and even then it's not even slightly eco friendly.
comedychris26/04/2020 11:42

It is but a common misconception is that you spray ziflora wipe of and its …It is but a common misconception is that you spray ziflora wipe of and its clean but the ingredients in zoflora or similar take between 3 and 5 minutes to kill all bacteria. But if you can saturate and leave it will disinfect.Another point to note is there is a big difference between a disinfectant basically a surface sanitizer and a multipurpose grease removal spray.. The first kills bacteria hidden to the naked eye that can "sometimes" cause issues like food poisoning or cause human illness.The second uses chemicals like surificants to lift grime and grease and spilled drinks or food sticky messes etc and remove them onto wipe or sponge etc... this effectively cleans but there will still be bacteria left. Vice versa thenzoflora wont getball the particular food or drink particles but will kill more germs... not all because... 99.9% and also nothing bar intense heat etc will destroy every single bacteria...It's much more complicated than 1 spray does it all.Also.. disinfectant is very harsh and horrible to breath in, toxic to aqua life and pets and not good for children to breath in so has to be used very carefully.. and even then it's not even slightly eco friendly.


This is genuinely interesting, never thought about all this before.

I usually use Dettol spray. That also kills 99.9% of bacteria so I assume that would have the same drawbacks as using diluted disinfectant?

I suppose I'd use anything that kills bacteria as well as the Dettol spray, but if more environmentally friendly or cheaper then I'd be interested in switching.
ricey26/04/2020 11:20

Never thought of this. Is it genuinely as effective on bacteria etc?Which …Never thought of this. Is it genuinely as effective on bacteria etc?Which disinfectant? Dilute by how much?


Any pure disinfectant will be fine just follow the label for instructions ,none of these cleaning products are great for pets environment ect but neither are alot of other things people do it will kill alot of germs and is cost effective we have just got to try what we can ,also these products on the shelfs dont kill all germs.
Edited by: "korless" 26th Apr
Out of stock and available in local Pound shop for 90p and more importantly in stock. Sorry. No heat from me.
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