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HG Mould Spray - £5 Prime / £9.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
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HG Mould Spray - £5 Prime / £9.49 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 9th May
Decent price here for a pretty effective mould remover spray.

Description
HG mould spray effectively removes all brown stains caused by mould, fungus and algae. These unsightly black or brown marks are found on the silicon seal between the bath tub and edges of tiles, on the shower cubicles and on plaster. HG mould spray is also highly suitable for the removal of coffee or tea stains from plastic worktops.

Spray HG mould spray on the surface from a distance of 3 to 5 cm. Repeat the treatment on badly affected areas after 10 minutes. Allow 10 minutes for the product to work and then rinse off with water and a sponge.


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Features
  • Effectively removes all brown and black stains caused by mould, fungus and algae.
  • These black or brown marks are found on the silicon seal between the bath tub and edges of tiles, on the shower cubicles and on plaster.
  • Helps to control re-growth

Hope it helps someone.
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The best mould spray period. Tried everything out there
save yourself some money.

this method actually works.
youtube.com/wat…;t=


my bathroom after 8-12hours, it was all black before:
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It's only bleach!

Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 or less anywhere.
the only dirt this couldn't remove in my house was my ex wife.
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The best mould spray period. Tried everything out there
First time I bought and used this stuff it was brilliant. I bought another 2 and these ones aren’t as strong..... dunno if I had a faulty batch this time
Wickes do a anti fungal wash. Works a treat. Just get a sprayer from b and m for £1 and refill as many times as you like

wickes.co.uk/Wic…954

I've used this wash and it is absolutely brilliant.
£13.00 though but you get 4 litres
This stuff is some sort of witchcraft. Well worth it.
Works end of
It's only bleach!

Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 or less anywhere.
It's worth trying normal bleach first. I just brush it on affected area with an old toothbrush, leave for half an hour or so and then rinse off.
Cillit Bang Black Mould Spray (which is usually £2) works well enough for me.
LesD09/05/2020 23:12

It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 …It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 or less anywhere.



I thought the same, and bought Astonish Mould, but it is not nearly as good (for me anyway).
Edited by: "tregs" 9th May
LesD09/05/2020 23:12

It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 …It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 or less anywhere.


It's Chlorine actually. That's why it's good stuff.
Same as many in here, I’ve tried everything and this one is deffo the best
£4.97 at b&q if you haven't prime. Brilliant stuff.
Another one to vouch for this. Same as everybody else, I had tried everything, including just bleach in a squirty bottle etc. This stuff though is awesome and clears any mould or mildew.
Amazing stuff, had a corner section of black mould in the silicone joint, tried everything, even neat bleach painted on, and 3 other well known branded mould remover sprays.
Tried this, sprayed on, left for half hour, rinsed off and the mould has gone completely.
Cheers matey they are starting to deliver next day again so will be handy
Edited by: "benhornsby1999" 10th May
Same price in Tesco
LesD09/05/2020 23:12

It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 …It's only bleach!Astonish Mould and Mildew spray will do the same job. £1 or less anywhere.


It's not.

We had a trailer tent years ago that was folded wet. It was covered in mould.

We tried everything, bleach, soap flakes, vinegar, various brands of mould cleaner/remover. This was the only thing that worked. We used 4 bottles of this to get rid of it all.
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 10th May
Much better than the foam version they do
the only dirt this couldn't remove in my house was my ex wife.
Brilliant stuff. Well worth a fiver.
save yourself some money.

this method actually works.
youtube.com/wat…;t=


my bathroom after 8-12hours, it was all black before:
40697104-2Qe37.jpg
It’s a bit expensive for mould remover but reviews here and on amazon seem great so will give it a go
Bleach in a spray bottle works
RedDemonic10/05/2020 01:08

save yourself some money.this method actually works. …save yourself some money.this method actually works. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXDFPkMKef0&t=my bathroom after 8-12hours, it was all black before:[Image]


They all mentioned his voice is soothing
If anyone wants to know the blogger uses domestos bleach and holds it on with tissue so it doesn’t run down the bath
Frequently fluctuates between £5 and 5.99.

The ONLY thing that works, would still pay a tenner for it.

Don’t need to use much for it to work and if it’s coming back frequently then you need to invest more in stopping the source.
It's great for getting rid of mould, but if you've got asthma or allergies make sure there's plenty of ventilation wherever your using it.
I have a cupboard full of anti mould sprays none worked until i purchased HG foam mould spray
Same price at Tesco too
baladar09/05/2020 23:22

Cillit Bang Black Mould Spray (which is usually £2) works well enough for …Cillit Bang Black Mould Spray (which is usually £2) works well enough for me.


I agree. In tried the cheaper ones and they don't seem to work as well. I even tried thick bleach and nothing happened. With these, you sorry and you wait, the job is done. £2 on Amazon Link. Heat added by the way.
Edited by: "salahwrexham" 10th May
This isn’t just bleach, it also contains Sodium hydroxide which is an alkaline, it’s the mix of the two that makes this product more effective.
This is the only thing that I have found to work on the mould that builds up on a washing machine seal. Astonish, Cillit Bang, bleach, vinegar, isopropyl alcohol all failed.
Can't speak for this stuff but Dettol mold and mildew has always done the job for me. If you haven't tried the Dettol brand before, give it a go. You won't be won't be disappointed. Just don't let it get on chrome effect plastic plug holes and the like. It's a bit cheaper than this stuff too.
This stuff exceeded my expectations when I used it. Having tried other spray mould cleaners in the past without joy, I bought this expecting similar disappointment. Surprisingly brilliant it does smell for a while after though, make sure windows are left open!
One thing to watch with this, the chemicals appear to have a short half life. I’ve had a bottle opened about two years and it’s pretty ineffective now.
4.97 in b&q if you want to risk the rona for 3p
Worked for me!
This stuff works great. It does have a strong smell which lasts for a while so keep windows open!
This stuff is brilliant but its effectiveness does reduce with the age of the product.

The first time we used it from a new bottle it nearly gassed us out. It was a squirt and run job. The mould was removed very quickly. Now a year or so later and it is like a strong bleach.

I suspect if you get a newish bottle you'll be more impressed than one that has been sat on a shelf for a year.
if you are wanting to clean a hard surface like between tiles etc, get some chlorine tablets and crush them with a bit of water to a paste. Then apply using old toothbrush. Leave overnight and then rinse off the next day.
The mould will be gone and won't come back for months and months.

I find the spray ones will only clear it for 1 or 2 month before having to use again.
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