HG MOULD spray £5 , one of best mould remover on the market ! @ Amazon (Add on item)
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HG MOULD spray £5 , one of best mould remover on the market ! @ Amazon (Add on item)

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Found 15th Mar 2016
This deal is for people who are not aware of this amazing product.

Try it few days back and results were amazing
Its an incredible product and it REALLY WORKS!
amazon customer reviews are excellent.
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I concur.............
Brilliant I was after something for mould on walls as just moved into a new house and all on the bedroom wall . Thanks
Totally agree, great product.
This is good, but is basically bleach (which also works).
I tend to find that bleach diluted 50/50 with water in a spray bottle works well on grout and sealant. Just keep natural coloured fabrics away.



benjai

This is good, but is basically bleach (which also works).



Exactly!

Simply soak some lint free material in bleach and "stick" to the problem patch - remove before it dries out. "Plenty" works well as it does not disintegrate when wet
£4.88 with free delivery from a seller on the link. May aswell save 12p while you can.
Bleach diluted 50/50 with water in spray bottle does the job for about 50p.
Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good results or is just for tiles, grout etc?
wagendeal

Just used some of this and it works perfect … Just used some of this and it works perfect http://www.poundland.co.uk/astonish-mould-mildew-remover-750ml




I totally agree, I bought this plus a few other brands of mould removers to help a friend remove some black mould, I bought them from home bargains and they were all priced around £1 to £2, really expected them to be ineffective that's why I bought so many different bottles, but to my surprise all worked really well and better than diluted bleached from a garden sprayer which I tried previously which sort of worked but tend to smear and move the problem around rather than removing it. It worked really well and made a dreaded job pretty easy and fast.
My advice: buy some cheap mould cleaner from pound shop/ home bargains, spray it on affected areas leave it to work as per instructions and use 2 buckets and seperate sponges/ cloths. Clean with one bucket of hot soapy water and use the other clean water to rinse, try not to contaminate the clean water and change water often. Dry. Use in a well vented area, smell can be pretty strong in confined spaces.
Freefall6270

Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good … Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good results or is just for tiles, grout etc?



Haven't used this brand but used some cheap mould remover from home bargains/pound shop ( see above post), worked really well and ok on plastered painted walls.
My advice is to try it on a small area which is not noticeable before trying it on the main problem, one thing I noticed was a change in colour, I feared it may have stained the walls but after cleaning and left to dry naturally there was no signs of staining.
my try this on my pants.
Normal price
If you have mouldy then you should resolve the issue not spray chemicals into your home environment.

The mould spores can be deadly, so be careful.
It's great stuff but isn't this the normal price?
Amazing stuff for removing mould
DeejayAJ

It's great stuff but isn't this the normal price?



Last time i bought it it was £5.99
astonish stuff is great...works every time for less than a quid at Home Bargain
Freefall6270

Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good … Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good results or is just for tiles, grout etc?



Worked great for me, was quite a big job too.
wagendeal

Just used some of this and it works perfect … Just used some of this and it works perfect http://www.poundland.co.uk/astonish-mould-mildew-remover-750ml



As this chap says, amazing stuff. And 99p from just about any bargain shop. Save yourself £4
I have this best one I have used. But I think I got the for £4.20 but that was a multi buy on ebay
Freefall6270

Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good … Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good results or is just for tiles, grout etc?



I've used it on small amounts on the painted walls in my bathroom, sprayed it, left it on for a minute and then wiped it off, no problems.
Also used this successfully on tiles, grout, silicon and plasterboard (whole shower basically) - however I've now replaced our bathroom extractor fan with an inline fan and I've cured the mould problem in the shower for good. Our vent from the bathroom is vertical through the roof and the normal fans weren't powerful enough to clear the damp air as it condensed - also insulating the vent hose helped too.
wagendeal

Just used some of this and it works perfect … Just used some of this and it works perfect http://www.poundland.co.uk/astonish-mould-mildew-remover-750ml



​agree, works just as well at a fraction of the price. can only vote cold because of this
Freefall6270

Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good … Has anyone tried this on walls (plaster) and does this it give good results or is just for tiles, grout etc?



​Have used it on plaster no problem at all. Have even used it on an artex ceiling with perfect results.
I agree that you need to establish where the damp is coming from. Condensation needs ventilation . A wet plaster wall could hide a leak or penetration or , failed dpc . In older properties lime plaster allows walls to breath, while cement or modern gypsum plaster traps moisture.

If you are going to spray any of these products, for heaven sake open the window and wear a mask and googles . Invisible droplets could be breathed in or get in your eyes .
ifitsfreeitsmine

Haven't used this brand but used some cheap mould remover from home … Haven't used this brand but used some cheap mould remover from home bargains/pound shop ( see above post), worked really well and ok on plastered painted walls.My advice is to try it on a small area which is not noticeable before trying it on the main problem, one thing I noticed was a change in colour, I feared it may have stained the walls but after cleaning and left to dry naturally there was no signs of staining.




I did on walls that were to be painted again and it's worked a treat, they were really bad in a house I rent out.

I've also accidentally got it on my painted walls in the bathroom and it will stain your paint work, it's proper strong.
Can this clean grout nicely? Also does anyone know any strong detergent that I can get the scale of my taps with.
Just use bleach
can this be used on sanitary sealant?
DazLFC

astonish stuff is great...works every time for less than a quid at Home … astonish stuff is great...works every time for less than a quid at Home Bargain


Totally agree Astonish does brilliant job at fraction of the cost
I have a problem with stubborn mould (in shower sealant) which normal bleach/bleach sprays can't seem to shift. I had a quick google of this product and apparently it contains a corrosive alkaline chemical along with the bleach so it may be worth a try if bleach isn't getting all the mould.

Its also available at b&q for £5
This stuff is great, we had quite a lot of mould not long after we moved in here and sometimes get the odd spot pop up again and HG always takes care of it. Used it on paint and everything and never had a problem.
Top stuff
Groovii D

my try this on my pants.



Just spray it directly on to your ****, works even better.
I concur bleach can't be beaten
Been this price for ages on Amazon (I bought some around Xmas time) and it doesn't work. Save your money and dilute some bleach instead
standard price.. no deal!
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