Asda Anti-bacterial Trigger Spray Reviews
Product Type: Asda Household Cleaning
Newest Review: ... especially the hob. I was a bit lazy recently and didnt clean the hob for a week and then sprayed a good amount on, and it ... more
by - written on 05/09/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I hate cleaning yet I love it at the same time, I'm a sucker for all these cleaning products you can buy to help keep your home clean and I'm not fussy what ones I use, although I do tend to buy branded cleaners when they are on offer as they are a tad expensive otherwise. I shop where I fancy when I fancy it too and recently I've been doing my shopping in Asda so I decided to try their home cleaners. I bought a few bottles of their Anti Bacterial Cleaner which promises to kill 99.9% bacteria - sounded good! The bottle's design is forever changing I've noticed and at the moment it's a see through plastic 500ml trigger spray bottle with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
At the moment I am in the process of cleaning up my flat. I am moving pronto away from a flat-share I had to living on my own so in the meantime myself and my fella are constantly cleaning to get it spic and span and looking A1 so myself and my old flatmate get our bond back with no issues! Being on a budget as I am moving I have been out and bought some little cleaning helpers and this was one of them and offering to kill 99.9% of bacteria I felt that promise was as good as alot of the more expensive brands on offer so was pleased to buy it. The Packaging: The bottle has a black plastic trigger action sprayer to the top of it and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I picked up this Asda anti-bacterial cleaner as it's quite a bit cheaper than Dettol and is supposed to do exactly the same thing. It's a clear liquid anti-bacterial spray that is used to clean and protect all surfaces including food surfaces by killing 99.9% of bacteria. To use it all you have to do is rotate the nozzle at the top to open and close and then spray onto the surface from a fair distance away so that the liquid spreads out on the surface. The liquid should then be wiped with a cloth or sponge to clean the rest of the surface. There isn't really much of a smell to this, just a slightly soapy scent which makes the place smell fresh and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/11, updated on 04/02/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
As i have a touch of o.c.d im always trying to combat ways of killing germs that possibly my lovely little kiddie winks have brought home with them or even my little doggie lola(although she couldn't bring her mummy germs in because she just too cute) Anyway i'm that bad or good you might say that the kids are always harping on about germs and not drinking out of same glasses e.c.t that i have to be careful sometimes so i don't make them a bunch of hypo's ha! but as i used to have my own little cafe and have been on different courses i no the effects of poor hygiene.I don't want to scare or harp on bout certain forms of bacteria coz its boring and i need to talk about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I have come to the conclusion I am abit Obsessive Compulsive about cleaning. I think this has come to not having a Tear Duct in my left eye which causes me alot of infections. If you read my reviews you will find I have already reviewed an Anti-Bacterial cleaner which I just love. However, my favorite apple cleaner has gone up in price! I was mortified when I made my monthly shopping trip to Iceland and the cleaner had gone up a whole 50p! It is now £2.00 and as we don't have a lot of money coming into our house I really think this is a high price for the spray. So I asked my mum to pick up something for me when she went to our local Asda which is ... Read the complete review
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