I can't take pictures in store in Savers (Superdrug/Savers policy, I've covered this in a few threads, so won't repeat myself) but I saw the 250g and 150g of this in a local store (Bishopbriggs). The 250g was £1.49 :)
Thanks, heat added
This stuff is very good to use on light coloured quartz worktops, I worked as a granite fitter for 7 years and this is definitely a go to for stubborn stains but as someone has already mentioned it is an abravise so its not advised to use all the time as it will eventually remove the shine from the quartz surface. Best to use when there's a stubborn stain that your struggling to remove with warm water and fairy. You could also use cif cream cleaner.
Mentioned for glass too. But does works well on electric cooktop as below ?
This is the only stuff I've ever used that successfully removes that white 'clouding' you get on dark glass hob rings.
If I didn't already own it and a backup bottle of have bought it. Good find OP
Got this, deffo an acquired smell, very smokey and full of incense on me, (y)
The link posted is correct but bizarrely when put in HotUKDeals it does not work. It works when I send it to an email or WhatsApp though. If you type 'issey miyake pulse' in the search bar on the savers website it will come up. If any of the mods or anyone else can post the link be appreciated, as it is there and live on their site. Thanks
If you dont get the caustic soda mixture concentration right and you can have nice cake of soda crystals in your drain.....dont need to worry about that with these gel type cleaners.
B&Q too, but £6.84 for 1Kg https://www.diy.com/departments/max-strength-caustic-soda/5020042003178_BQ.prd
Gel unblockers are easier to use as they tend not to spit and I think they work better on hair plughole blockages as the gel will cling to hair hanging out the water where it is tangled in the plughole and cable operated plug mechanisms. Caustic soda crystals are cheaper and I think work better than gels/liquids on fat blockage due to the stronger Sodium hydroxide concentration and all the heat generated when the crystals react with water.