HG Mould Spray 500ml £4.96 @ Amazon (Home and Hardware Shop Ltd)
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HG Mould Spray 500ml £4.96 @ Amazon (Home and Hardware Shop Ltd)

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Found 6th JanEdited by:"teddybeers"
Price wise is not much of a deal, but this absolutely brilliant product.
Really handy at this time of the year.

Someone will say bleach will do the same - short answer NO.

It removes all of the mould much better then just the bleach or vinegar (never use both !)
Also restores silicone back to white while bleach couldn't do anything with it.

Here's my own photo taken 30 minutes after using bleach and HG.
Bleach on the left, HG Spray on the right.

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Good stuff, ordered
Are those tiles in the picture for sale?
This stuff is absolutely amazing. It actually works!
Awesome stuff
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srahman34 m ago

Are those tiles in the picture for sale?


I don't think so.

As far as I remember they're called "Laura Ashley", but I don't know proper product name.
Best stuff going!!
great stuff but the HG Foam spray is better.
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djalc101 h, 46 m ago

great stuff but the HG Foam spray is better.


Even better then this
Is this even possible?
If so then just WOW
Edited by: "teddybeers" 6th Jan
Does anyone know of it's safe to use near marble tiles? Thanks.
Why would you even want this? Surely anti-mould spray is the way to go?
I got cillit bang mould remover £6 for 3 bottles on amazon a while ago this is also great for mould removal and alot cheaper.3 x 750ml bottles last for ages.Have probably gone up in price since I purchased them.
Edited by: "John_Atkinso-fe2b1.47573" 6th Jan
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Hiltron093 m ago

Does anyone know of it's safe to use near marble tiles? Thanks.


Yes

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Only 4p dearer in B&Q!
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norfolkbroadslim9 m ago

Why would you even want this? Surely anti-mould spray is the way to go?


Since I've bought the house I've tried pretty much everything on the grout shown on the photo above.

Cilit, Astonish, some stuff from Lidl or Aldi, Domestos, cheap bleach, Vinegar etc.

None of these products could make it white again.

Only HG removed mould and stain (which I discovered accidentally as originally bought for a little mould patch in the porch)
HG do alot of great cleaning products.
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sparklehedgehog8 m ago

Only 4p dearer in B&Q!


plus £5 delivery
The poundland stuff for surprisingly a pound also works....
I agree this stuff is brilliant. Can be pricey though so when I can't find it on offer I go for the astonish stuff...not as good as HG but well worth it for a back up.
Tried lots of different cleaners - this stuff just works, end of
Works great on net curtains as well.
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sazal1 h, 24 m ago

The poundland stuff for surprisingly a pound also works....


This one?
poundland.co.uk/ast…0ml

If so, then no.


Tried, but removes mould exactly as bleach, nothing more or less.

It doesn't removes old stain from grout or paint
Edited by: "teddybeers" 6th Jan
teddybeers6 m ago

plus £5 delivery


Or collect it
teddybeers6 m ago

plus £5 delivery


And try and keep some shops here in 10 years time
Cillit Bang Black Mould does the same job, but cheaper.
Thanks ordered from a third party seller.
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Mashhhh4 m ago

Cillit Bang Black Mould does the same job, but cheaper.


No, it doesn't.
hotukdeals.com/com…503

Any cheap mould remover will get rid of fresh little patch of mould but it wouldn't clean old stiff from grout or silicone.
Mashhhh5 m ago

Cillit Bang Black Mould does the same job, but cheaper.



This. Even after using it many times, it always surprises me. I used to redo the tiles' adhesives every few months because nothing could clean until i discovered the black cilibang, spray, wait 20/30mins rinse and it is back to its original colour. A tiler told me to be careful on some type of tiles though, he said that it could be quite corrosive for natural stones tiles (only repeating what he said, never tried myself)
teddybeers13 m ago

This one?http://www.poundland.co.uk/astonish-mould-mildew-remover-750mlIf …This one?http://www.poundland.co.uk/astonish-mould-mildew-remover-750mlIf so, than no.Tried, but removes mould exactly as bleach, nothing more or less.It doesn't removes old stain from grout or paint


Works for me on grout and silicone sealant with stubborn mould, never left any patches. I'm not saying HG isn't better, but astonish stuff does work, and it's better than bleach IMHO.
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 6th Jan
Great stuff. Bit nonchalant the first time I used it. It's take your breath away stuff so open a window.
jeannot186 m ago

This. Even after using it many times, it always surprises me. I used to …This. Even after using it many times, it always surprises me. I used to redo the tiles' adhesives every few months because nothing could clean until i discovered the black cilibang, spray, wait 20/30mins rinse and it is back to its original colour. A tiler told me to be careful on some type of tiles though, he said that it could be quite corrosive for natural stones tiles (only repeating what he said, never tried myself)


I've tried various including Cillit Bang and found HG to be the best.

Spray on, leave 30 mins, rinse and it's all gone.
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Pure_Evil4 m ago

Great stuff. Bit nonchalant the first time I used it. It's take your …Great stuff. Bit nonchalant the first time I used it. It's take your breath away stuff so open a window.


Yep. Seriously strong s**t.
Stinks for a few hours.

In my case smell was completely gone once I come back home, 6 hours later.
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FatherTed1 m ago

I've tried various including Cillit Bang and found HG to be the best.Spray …I've tried various including Cillit Bang and found HG to be the best.Spray on, leave 30 mins, rinse and it's all gone.


Brushing helps a lot as well
The reviews on Amazon are something else. And I was just watching YouTube videos on how to remove the grout from between tiles. Hopefully it’s as good as they say it is.
4p cheaper than b&q.... definitely a great deal....;-)
Astonish is amazing @79p from home bargains. Best household product I’ve ever used !!!!
no effort - no scrubbing- it’s genuinely astonishing.
Would this be any good to spray on walls where damp is showing and still looking black where the mould has been? Or is this just suited for bathrooms?
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Gspaddock8 m ago

The reviews on Amazon are something else. And I was just watching YouTube …The reviews on Amazon are something else. And I was just watching YouTube videos on how to remove the grout from between tiles. Hopefully it’s as good as they say it is.


You can't really trust amazon reviews this days.
Companies seems to be buying them in bulks.

You can easily see that on cheap deals like "no noname" chargers or powerbanks in here.

5 stars on amazon, but tests done by professionals shows only 30-50% stated power.
This stuff works miracles on mould!
Edited by: "Donna80" 6th Jan
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s2raph3 m ago

4p cheaper than b&q.... definitely a great deal....;-)


I'm going to make this easier for you.

Deal description, line one:

Price wise is not much of a deal, but this absolutely brilliant product.
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