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Stardrops Pink stuff cleaning products £1 in Poundland

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Posted 3rd FebAvailable: Yorkshire & Lincolnshire (Leeds)

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Seen these cleaning products today in the Poundland in the Core in Leeds. This brand gets rave reviews and at £1 it’s a right bargain!

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85p in B & M if that is any closer to you.
They're good products (the pot of stuff is amazing on all sorts of things) but rarely seen them for more than £1. They are cheaper in Home Bargains and B&M, same price in OneBelow.
I’m mostly sceptical about over-hyped products such as this, especially when they’re only £1.

However......

I bought a tub of the paste to use on my very greasy, glass oven door. Oh, my goodness!! What a phenomenal result. The door, honestly and no kidding, looks just like new. It hardly took any effort and got every bit of baked on gunk off the glass. Wonderful.

Then I used it on the electric hob, especially the chrome surrounds of the electric plates. Similarly great results, with practically no effort needed.

I next used it on the base of a similarly gunged up frying pan base - it didn’t work and I had to use a scouring pad and a huge amount of elbow grease instead. A tad disappointing, but not enough for me to do anything but recommend it.

All of that being said, I’m a total convert to Pink Stuff....the paste, at least and, for £1, it’s simply a no-brainer.

Enjoy having a pristine cooker.
brymcgregor03/02/2020 14:44

I’m mostly sceptical about over-hyped products such as this, especially w …I’m mostly sceptical about over-hyped products such as this, especially when they’re only £1. However......I bought a tub of the paste to use on my very greasy, glass oven door. Oh, my goodness!! What a phenomenal result. The door, honestly and no kidding, looks just like new. It hardly took any effort and got every bit of baked on gunk off the glass. Wonderful.Then I used it on the electric hob, especially the chrome surrounds of the electric plates. Similarly great results, with practically no effort needed.I next used it on the base of a similarly gunged up frying pan base - it didn’t work and I had to use a scouring pad and a huge amount of elbow grease instead. A tad disappointing, but not enough for me to do anything but recommend it.All of that being said, I’m a total convert to Pink Stuff....the paste, at least and, for £1, it’s simply a no-brainer.Enjoy having a pristine cooker.



You on commision?
No, I’m always grateful to others when they point out the good or bad aspects of a product. I find them most useful. I thought I’d be helpful in return.
I used it on my oven glass. It was really yellow 😬.. I washed and scrubbed before, but some marks couldn't do it. Used this and it was like new too. They are also on sainsbury for 1pound too
Edited by: "taniasush" 3rd Feb
stek201003/02/2020 14:19

They're good products (the pot of stuff is amazing on all sorts of things) …They're good products (the pot of stuff is amazing on all sorts of things) but rarely seen them for more than £1. They are cheaper in Home Bargains and B&M, same price in OneBelow.


What do you use it on?
I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it can’t shift the limescale. Any thoughts?
Windsor03/02/2020 13:53

85p in B & M if that is any closer to you.


Not in ours it's £1
illy196503/02/2020 20:34

Not in ours it's £1


That's naughty I would have thought it would be national. In my local they have boxes at all the checkout tills. I would have thought by now Mrs Hinch needs no promotion
shakerman03/02/2020 19:48

I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it …I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it can’t shift the limescale. Any thoughts?


Viakal
tdogg03/02/2020 20:47

Viakal


Thanks, but have tried that. Nothing seems to shift it!
shakerman03/02/2020 22:17

Thanks, but have tried that. Nothing seems to shift it!


I clean my glass shower screen with limescale spray and a scrunched up piece of silver foil. The foil is abrasive enough to scratch away at the limescale but not damage the glass. The residue on the glass will be black (probably some sort of reaction from the foil and cleaner) but just wipe off with a bit of kitchen towel and glass cleaner.
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 4th Feb
shakerman03/02/2020 19:48

I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it …I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it can’t shift the limescale. Any thoughts?


Good old distilled vinegar ( clear ) soak kitchen paper in the vinegar & slap it over the limescale area’s & leave as long as you can, I leave it on overnight till it drys out & repeat if need too. My kitchen sink was really bad & in two goes looks fantastic. Also removed limescale from the toilet & around the taps in the bathroom. My friend is a plumber he told me this about 2 months ago.. Hope this helps
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HomeBargains 39p
I had a lot of build up of limescale on my bathroom sink, bath and toilet. I had tried everything and was about to give in to the hard water in my area when I discovered LIDL Limescale Remover. Spray it on, leave for a few minutes and use a standard kitchen sponge/scourer and, voila, all limescale gone. Another great product that just works.
brymcgregor04/02/2020 10:32

I had a lot of build up of limescale on my bathroom sink, bath and toilet. …I had a lot of build up of limescale on my bathroom sink, bath and toilet. I had tried everything and was about to give in to the hard water in my area when I discovered LIDL Limescale Remover. Spray it on, leave for a few minutes and use a standard kitchen sponge/scourer and, voila, all limescale gone. Another great product that just works.


Good to know hadn't seen that in our Lidl. I've found the HG concentrated limescale remover good too.
89p in savers too.
brymcgregor04/02/2020 10:32

I had a lot of build up of limescale on my bathroom sink, bath and toilet. …I had a lot of build up of limescale on my bathroom sink, bath and toilet. I had tried everything and was about to give in to the hard water in my area when I discovered LIDL Limescale Remover. Spray it on, leave for a few minutes and use a standard kitchen sponge/scourer and, voila, all limescale gone. Another great product that just works.



You on commision?
shakerman03/02/2020 19:48

I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it …I used the pot on my shower screen cleaned it up reasonably well but it can’t shift the limescale. Any thoughts?


Kilrock
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Same price at Robert Dyas and has been a while but heat added as Poundland have more branches and therefore more accessible for people.

robertdyas.co.uk/cat…uff
guttediam04/02/2020 10:17

Good old distilled vinegar ( clear ) soak kitchen paper in the vinegar & …Good old distilled vinegar ( clear ) soak kitchen paper in the vinegar & slap it over the limescale area’s & leave as long as you can, I leave it on overnight till it drys out & repeat if need too. My kitchen sink was really bad & in two goes looks fantastic. Also removed limescale from the toilet & around the taps in the bathroom. My friend is a plumber he told me this about 2 months ago.. Hope this helps [Image] HomeBargains 39p


Hi have tried this before, though dint leave on overnight might try this and the other suggestions at the weekend.. thanks all
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Domestic at my work bought me a pot of the Pink Stuff paste for helping her out wihh something. Didn't take much time or effort to get my Converse soles looking shiny and new, and also polished my stainless steel kettle, uPVC window sill that was badly marked...

This stuff is great!
DigitalFootprint03/02/2020 18:42

What do you use it on?


It's great for the glass on the wood burner, oven baked on grease/grime on door or hob. The cream cleaner is good for limescale / water marks on bath/sinks etc.
I'm pretty sure OneBelow has The Pink Stuff for 89p - Elbow Grease definitely is. Will check next time I pass.

Edit: Forgot to update. Nope, it's £1 in there. Sorry, never mind!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 28th Feb
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