oven pride oven cleaning kit £1 @ poundland
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oven pride oven cleaning kit £1 @ poundland

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Found 16th Mar 2013
oven pride oven cleaning kit £1 @ poundland

cheapest place by a mile

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Wow!!!! £2.99 everywhere, thanks.

Scorching hot !!! Thanks op.

Wow what a bargain!! This stuff is fabulous!
Heat added

great find will be heading down to poundland tomorrow!! thanks

I got this in Tesco today, paid £4.00

Fab deal, hope my localave them. Will stock up a years worth lol

great deal but you're stil a dingle lol ive bin kind an voted it hot neway :-)

This stuff works like a charm!! Hot!

is it oven pride though on the website it shows as mighty oven
http://www.poundland.co.uk/product-range/house-and-home/surface-cleaners/
great deal if it is oven pride , may be worth a bash of the cheaper one if thats what it is also x heat from me

Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago because of a child being hurt with the acid in the pack,
Just googled it. The company has set up a customer helpline on 0845 605 2981

"An oven-cleaning product has been recalled due to safety fears after a toddler drank several mouthfuls of the corrosive fluid.

Two-year-old Callum Blackshaw has been in hospital for three weeks after swallowing liquid from a bottle of Oven Pride.

The child, from Corringham, Essex, is being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and may require an oesophagus transplant after suffering severe internal burns.


Callum Blackshaw (R) in hospital with his twin Calvin and mother Maxine
His injuries prompted concerns over the product's safety cap.

Chris Bull, chief executive of McBride, which owns the Oven Pride brand, said it is recalling all Oven and BBQ Pride stock as a precaution to check the safety cap mechanism."

Edited by: "Ralph888" 16th Mar 2013

Original Poster

lilliesmummy11

is it oven pride though on the website it shows as mighty oven … is it oven pride though on the website it shows as mighty oven http://www.poundland.co.uk/product-range/house-and-home/surface-cleaners/great deal if it is oven pride , may be worth a bash of the cheaper one if thats what it is also x heat from me



defo oven pride. ill tek a pic n upload it

It's not oven pride though is it!

sadly if it is being withdrawn i bet it is the real thing in poundland , hopefully callum is ok , and that oven pride change the caps , i always thought things like this bitrex added - ive just cleaned my oven with hg oven cleaner it was ok for the oven but prefer oven pride for the racks - the bottle had a very mall press down and turn top which was difficult to get into more products should have tops like this x

Original Poster

ianshona

It's not oven pride though is it!



y aint it????

belive you wolves2013 thats its oven pride , poundland always have the seconds , near date and withdrawn items - naughty though they should at least have put a warning on the bottle if it is the ones with faulty tops x
good find though worth stocking up on as long as you keep it safe x
Edited by: "lilliesmummy11" 16th Mar 2013

wolves2013

y aint it????



Because its called mighty oven cleaner in a similar box, bought some today and its not as effective as oven pride!

Original Poster

ianshona

Because its called mighty oven cleaner in a similar box, bought some … Because its called mighty oven cleaner in a similar box, bought some today and its not as effective as oven pride!



its defo oven pride. they had different cheaper version next to it in different boxes.

Ralph888

Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago … Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago because of a child being hurt with the acid in the pack, Just googled it. The company has set up a customer helpline on 0845 605 2981"An oven-cleaning product has been recalled due to safety fears after a toddler drank several mouthfuls of the corrosive fluid.Two-year-old Callum Blackshaw has been in hospital for three weeks after swallowing liquid from a bottle of Oven Pride.The child, from Corringham, Essex, is being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and may require an oesophagus transplant after suffering severe internal burns.Callum Blackshaw (R) in hospital with his twin Calvin and mother MaxineHis injuries prompted concerns over the product's safety cap.Chris Bull, chief executive of McBride, which owns the Oven Pride brand, said it is recalling all Oven and BBQ Pride stock as a precaution to check the safety cap mechanism."


This was a while ago, like last summer. We had to remove them all from the shop floor at work. Since then we've had new stock

Although its a sad story about that child. It's mad to withdraw the product. It is a dangerous product and should be stored and handled correctly and labelled clearly.

Will they withdraw propane gas next time a child burns themself in a gas hob?

Agreed buckfast, probaly cap not put back tight and anyway should have been in a safe place,stuff like this has to be powerfull to be of any use!

Oven pride WAS withdrawn to check the caps but is back on sale now.
£1 is a BRIILIANT price for this!

Ralph888

Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago … Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago because of a child being hurt with the acid in the pack, Just googled it. The company has set up a customer helpline on 0845 605 2981"An oven-cleaning product has been recalled due to safety fears after a toddler drank several mouthfuls of the corrosive fluid.Two-year-old Callum Blackshaw has been in hospital for three weeks after swallowing liquid from a bottle of Oven Pride.The child, from Corringham, Essex, is being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and may require an oesophagus transplant after suffering severe internal burns.Callum Blackshaw (R) in hospital with his twin Calvin and mother MaxineHis injuries prompted concerns over the product's safety cap.Chris Bull, chief executive of McBride, which owns the Oven Pride brand, said it is recalling all Oven and BBQ Pride stock as a precaution to check the safety cap mechanism."



Yea we had to take it off our sale in our superdrug, we still havent been allowed to put it back on sale and this was months ago...

think this is £2 in home bargains...for when poundland run out

good find

I'll bet it's 1/4 the size of a regular one.

Thanks OP

not in my poundland, just a cheap naff never heard of brand.

Poor child, let's remember childproof caps may not always be childproof. All these products should be stored high up and / or in a locked cupboard.

Don't forget to wear the gloves like I did... had sandpaper hands for a week :-)

jack_bauer

Don't forget to wear the gloves like I did... had sandpaper hands for a … Don't forget to wear the gloves like I did... had sandpaper hands for a week :-)



ha ditto!!

Good product.

IWOOTN

Poor child, let's remember childproof caps may not always be childproof. … Poor child, let's remember childproof caps may not always be childproof. All these products should be stored high up and / or in a locked cupboard.



Good call. All this talk about the product being withdrawn because a child was hurt - the UK press make this sort of thing happen.
The reality of it being of course that the parent is the one responsible for their child - and more importantly, where they store their acid oven cleaners!
if we live the way that's being suggested, we'd have to coat everything in safety foam, and stop using the ovens as they are hot and can burn children..

Will look for some on my local poundland, I think my oven can do with something a bit stronger than currently

Ralph888

Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months … Read an article about this product being withdrawn a couple of months ago because of a child being hurt with the acid in the pack, Just googled it. The company has set up a customer helpline on 0845 605 2981 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 0845 605 2981 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting"An oven-cleaning product has been recalled due to safety fears after a toddler drank several mouthfuls of the corrosive fluid.Two-year-old Callum Blackshaw has been in hospital for three weeks after swallowing liquid from a bottle of Oven Pride.The child, from Corringham, Essex, is being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and may require an oesophagus transplant after suffering severe internal burns.Callum Blackshaw (R) in hospital with his twin Calvin and mother MaxineHis injuries prompted concerns over the product's safety cap.Chris Bull, chief executive of McBride, which owns the Oven Pride brand, said it is recalling all Oven and BBQ Pride stock as a precaution to check the safety cap mechanism."

Corranga

Will look for some on my local poundland, I think my oven can do with … Will look for some on my local poundland, I think my oven can do with something a bit stronger than currently


Great isn't it. Every time somebody does something stupid, i.e. a parent not putting a corrosive product out of reach, there has to be a major over-reaction, and the rest of us have to suffer as a result.


If you're disappointed with your current product, you will not be with this. It's really satisfying seeing all that black burnt on stuff coming of the racks in the bag. They look like new after.
Edited by: "spock1958" 17th Mar 2013

morrig

Agreed buckfast, probaly cap not put back tight and anyway should have … Agreed buckfast, probaly cap not put back tight and anyway should have been in a safe place,stuff like this has to be powerfull to be of any use!



I myself struggle to get those lids off and I class myself to be a grown up.

brilliant price voted hot

horrible harmful chemicals

Shame we just missed Mothers Day !!!!

pat-w

I got this in Tesco today, paid £4.00



Agh same as me. Well gutted now!

Ralph888

His injuries prompted concerns over the product's safety cap.



I would have more concerns over the childs parents, the poor kid shouldn't have had the opportunity to drink it!
Edited by: "cheaperthanchips" 17th Mar 2013

what a weak weak country England is. Wrapping everyone in cotton wool

red23

what a weak weak country England is. Wrapping everyone in cotton wool


Cant do that anymore though. Health & safety says you might choke on it, be allergic to it, might contain nuts or made within 10 miles of a factory that might make nuts or be near to a beehive. It's also stored in plastic bags that will destroy the environment and ducks will swallow them and choke. Dont even start me on the child putting it's head in the bag.
It's ok if you say it's a health product, environmentally friendly and organic free range, in which case go for your life. If you're still alive that is.

Went to poundland here and they don't do it, cold from me waste of a trip
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