New Harpic toilet bleach 750ml only 40p @ Asda(Ayr)
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New Harpic toilet bleach 750ml only 40p @ Asda(Ayr)

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Found 7th Jun 2015
found this in asda ayr doing the weekly shop, on one of the ends, the guy was busy stocking the shelf whilst I was busy loading the trolley, he did comment I had a lot of toilets!! fantastic value for the 750ml, should last a couple of weeks.........

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guy was busy stocking the shelf whilst I was busy loading the trolley, he … guy was busy stocking the shelf whilst I was busy loading the trolley, he did comment I had a lot of toilets!!



Ha ha, that made me laugh! Have some heat from me X)

this is sh*t - it dont clean toilets at all

whats the last 4 digits of barcode please.

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archie41

whats the last 4 digits of barcode please.


5011417560532

This stuff should be abolished...

mattoligy

This stuff should be abolished...




why please?

Named after it's inventor, HARry PICkles...

Tried some once, sent me clean round the bend ... oO

£1 asda cardiff. bought some yesterday.....just the one!!

goldengirlz

why please?



"Cleaning your home is important to air quality, as it removes dust, mold and other particulates from the air. However, many conventional household cleaning products often include harmful chemicals.

Even cleaners labeled “green” or “organic” may contain ingredients that can cause health problems. Notably, natural citrus fragrances can react with the air to produce dangerous pollutants indoors.

But conventional cleaning products are still far worse, as they may contain alcohol, chlorine, ammonia or petroleum-based solvents, all which can have negative effects on health, irritating the eyes or the throat or causing headaches. Some cleaning products release dangerous chemicals, including VOCs that can contribute to chronic respiratory problems and exacerbate allergies, asthma and other respiratory illnesses. Products containing VOCs include most aerosol sprays, chlorine bleach, rug and upholstery cleaners, furniture and floor polish, and oven cleaners.

Chlorine bleach is particularly nasty. Mixing it with any acidic cleaner like ammonia or vinegar can create chlorine gas (yes, the same gas used in chemical warfare) which can cause immediate health problems, even death, when inhaled.

If you want to keep your air clean while you clean, consider using less toxic, less expensive products such as hydrogen peroxide (for sanitizing, stain removal and bleaching), tea tree oil and water (for mold removal and as a disinfectant), and white vinegar (for cleaning glass, counters and tile)."

Sanitize Naturally

Bleach Linked To Some Childhood Illnesses

Thanks Matt, but i was asking about this one, specifically?

Most bleaches are effective at cleaning the loo.
Edited by: "goldengirlz" 8th Jun 2015

Harpic ...useless..what really works well is ASDA own brand bleach and way cheaper.
One of the rare times a top brand is topped by supermarket.

Expired. Was labelled £1 & also scanned in at £1. Asked the woman to take it off & she said it was 40p the other day so must of been miss-priced. You got lucky I guess

This was in Ayr.
Edited by: "chris88" 8th Jun 2015

1.00 in Barrow in Furness

ONLINE 2 for £2.00 better get back and take the lot!

Or at least tell us if there still on offer!
Edited by: "rubberbullets" 12th Jun 2015
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