HG Mould Spray £3.99 @ Amazon add on item cheapest its been
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HG Mould Spray £3.99 @ Amazon add on item cheapest its been

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Found 6th Apr 2016
One of the best product of its type, was very hot a few weeks ago at a fiver now even cheaper.
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This stuff is great. I think its essentially a bleaching spray (or at least it smells that way) but it works incredibly well.
This thing is magical but BEWARE the fumes it releases is virtually toxic. Took down the entire family.
As per above comments - really effective stuff, but make sure there is plenty of ventilation, before you start spraying it around.
thanks, bought it from ebay as you need to spend an extra £20 on amazon (£5 odd on ebay)
I buy similar stuff from lidl for 2 quid and poundland for one quid. Never seen any difference except the brand name being Lidl or dettol from pound shops. Lidl has different versions, some safe for painted surfaces as well as they have sealant in them to stop mould getting foothold on the surface in first place.
This stuff is awesome for getting rid odd mould. I was even able to use it on the carpet on a particularly horrible bit.
Just agreeing with all the above comments. This product is brilliant - it does exactly what it says on the, erm, spray bottle.
Dettol Mould & Mildew Remover is Magic. Mould will just dissappear and £3.29 in Homebase. Read the reviews about it. simply great
This stuff works much better than any other product I've tried
Is there an easy way of getting a list of various add on item?
Astonish mold remover from Proper Job is as good as dettox and £1 a bottle
I thought it would be rubbish for a quid but its just as good, just as smelly also lol
http://i68.tinypic.com/34fdwyv.jpg 75p for 750 ml and 5star reviews
wilko.com/bat…217


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SLIM_JIM

75p for 750 ml and 5star reviews … 75p for 750 ml and 5star reviews http://www.wilko.com/bathroom-cleaning-products/wilko-mould-and-mildew-remover-750ml/invt/0333217


Is that just tiles though? The stuff the OP has posted can be used very well on painted walls. It gets rid of most mould in less than a minute.
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could you have got a bigger picture
nbgrobbo

Is there an easy way of getting a list of various add on item?



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Edited by: "cheekster" 7th Apr 2016
eslick

could you have got a bigger picture



I put a big picture coz your old and would struggle to see it
Previously tried Dettol Mould and Mildew Remover which I thought did a reasonable job but when the mould later re-appeared tried HG Mould Spray and it did a noticeably better job imo and no sign of the mould again.

Would certainly recommend this based on my experience. Haven't tried some of the other cheaper alternatives mentioned so unable to comment whether they'd do a similarly thorough job or not?
originalusername

Is that just tiles though? The stuff the OP has posted can be used very … Is that just tiles though? The stuff the OP has posted can be used very well on painted walls. It gets rid of most mould in less than a minute.


I'm not sure all the things it can be used on - but it's considerably cheaper , and I use it personally and it worked well. On the label it says can be used in kitchens , bathrooms and pvc Windows .
Edited by: "Username-taken" 6th Apr 2016
If you make up an acidified bleach solution by adding bleach to water, then white vinegar to that (don't add the vinegar directly to the bleach, seriously) it kills everything including microbial spores and anthrax. If you use thin bleach that's 5% then equal volumes of bleach and vinegar work, if you're using stuff like the really cheap Morrison's bleach then you want more.

For standard bleach 1.3ml and 1.3ml of vinegar for a litre, for the cheap Morrison's 8ml of bleach and 1.3ml of vinegar. For a gallon use 6ml of each for standard, for the cheap 36ml of bleach and 6ml of vinegar. It's no rinse at this level and can be used to sanitise bottles with 30 second contact time. Google "Charlie Talley Bleach Vinegar" or something and you'll find all the info you need including a great podcast. Acidifying the bleach makes its killing power increase anywhere from 80 to 200 times.
Domestos grot buster gel better than any of these watery products which run off and bleach things you don't want bleaching & get into your lungs
I always used this HG spray.

After reading comments on here suggesting that Astonish Mould and Mildew remover did the same job, I gave it a try.

It's £1 from B&M and does exactly the same job as the HG stuff.

Bigger bottle too...



Edited by: "BPH77" 6th Apr 2016
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SLIM_JIM

I put a big picture coz your old and would struggle to see it



how did you know

on the other products, there are lots of them, we found this and one Lakeland used to do to be the best, suppose it depends on the mould and what you want it to come off. Ours is used on that amazing mould resistant silicone which should actually be called mould creation as its useless, not worth paying the extra for.
Duelling Duck

If you make up an acidified bleach solution by adding bleach to water, … If you make up an acidified bleach solution by adding bleach to water, then white vinegar to that (don't add the vinegar directly to the bleach, seriously) it kills everything including microbial spores and anthrax. If you use thin bleach that's 5% then equal volumes of bleach and vinegar work, if you're using stuff like the really cheap Morrison's bleach then you want more.For standard bleach 1.3ml and 1.3ml of vinegar for a litre, for the cheap Morrison's 8ml of bleach and 1.3ml of vinegar. For a gallon use 6ml of each for standard, for the cheap 36ml of bleach and 6ml of vinegar. It's no rinse at this level and can be used to sanitise bottles with 30 second contact time. Google "Charlie Talley Bleach Vinegar" or something and you'll find all the info you need including a great podcast. Acidifying the bleach makes its killing power increase anywhere from 80 to 200 times.



I don't know where you got your facts from, but mixing an acid with bleach not only neutralises it, but it kicks off chlorine gas in the process which is nasty stuff!
coony

I don't know where you got your facts from, but mixing an acid with … I don't know where you got your facts from, but mixing an acid with bleach not only neutralises it, but it kicks off chlorine gas in the process which is nasty stuff!


from breaking bad...
gazdoubleu

Domestos grot buster gel better than any of these watery products which … Domestos grot buster gel better than any of these watery products which run off and bleach things you don't want bleaching & get into your lungs


havent seen that around , where did you get it from ?
thx
nasir_glasgow

havent seen that around , where did you get it from ?thx



Looks like domestos have pulled it, shame great product this might be as good lakeland.co.uk/242…Gel
HG Stove glass cleaner is also a brilliant product.
Have used both and highly recommend them.
cheekster

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Thanks for the link, but that's just random low cost items rather than add-ons.
HG products are great, bought this and the grout cleaner both are fantastic
nbgrobbo

Thanks for the link, but that's just random low cost items rather than … Thanks for the link, but that's just random low cost items rather than add-ons.



Had a search for you and it doesn't appear that there is any method of pulling up all of the add-ons on Amazon.

Might have to settle for sifting through some of the bargains that get posted on here:

hotukdeals.com/tag…tem
This is amazing. I needed to buy some more. Thanks.
coony

I don't know where you got your facts from, but mixing an acid with … I don't know where you got your facts from, but mixing an acid with bleach not only neutralises it, but it kicks off chlorine gas in the process which is nasty stuff!


Hence saying don't add the vinegar directly to the bleach. Do the googling and you'll find that Charlie Talley, the inventor of StarSan, gave those concentrations for an 80 parts per million solution that's no-rinse. Up the concentration if you want to make it no-rinse but more powerful. You'll also find links to a google scholar document about bleach having a ph level of 12 for stability and acidifying it makes it far, far more effective.

More here. I think they're facts.

Podcast is here. Go 12 minutes in for general info - Talley is really accessible - he talks about bleach not killing mould on its own, just bleaching it making it look like it's gone. Go to about 18 minutes in to get to the info about acidifying with vinegar.

The only thing he doesn't mention is how long a mixture of the no-rinse solution lasts - at the dilution and lowered ph level it's not much more than a day - but what does that matter - it's costing less than a penny for a gallon. So if you're doing stuff like sanitising bottles either by submerging them in a bucket or using a spray bottle then don't rinse them with tap water after as it might actually recontaminate them, just turn your bottles over and let it drip out - there's no need to let them dry.
cheekster

Had a search for you and it doesn't appear that there is any method of … Had a search for you and it doesn't appear that there is any method of pulling up all of the add-ons on Amazon.Might have to settle for sifting through some of the bargains that get posted on here:http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/add-on-item




Thanks, very good of you to spare your time
Used this on my bathroom ceiling and a wall in a bedroom, got rid of all the mold and was so simple (just spray).
This stuff is just a powerful bleach. When using it make sure you wear something that you wouldn't be upset if you ruined it. Not only does it bleach clothes it will actually hole them. I accidentally over-sprayed our black towels. It will have the same effect on your lungs if the room isn't well ventilated. Also make sure your grout is sound or it will dissolve that as well. It's more like a military grade chemical weapon. Has anybody seen Breaking Bad? That's the kind of suit you need when using it...

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Gazfaz

This stuff is just a powerful bleach. When using it make sure you wear … This stuff is just a powerful bleach. When using it make sure you wear something that you wouldn't be upset if you ruined it. Not only does it bleach clothes it will actually hole them. I accidentally over-sprayed our black towels. It will have the same effect on your lungs if the room isn't well ventilated. Also make sure your grout is sound or it will dissolve that as well. It's more like a military grade chemical weapon. Has anybody seen Breaking Bad? That's the kind of suit you need when using it...



Bloody hell, you've just put me off buying it!

I only want to remove a couple of mould spots on the bathroom ceiling - not create the next Chernobyl oO
Please can someone advise whether this chemical is actually dangerous or not?
Thanks a lot, OP!! I have a lot of mould in the silicone around the bath and nothing would take it off. Based on the reviews, this seems to be able solve it =)
This stuff is amazing, i found out about this stuff off the council guys they couldn't fault it and this is all our council use now, mind you i paid a lot more from B&Q about £5.75 i think. heat added
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