Product Type: Asda Household Cleaning
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Blue or pink: which is the best?
Asda Thick Bleach Original
Member Name: katyj10
Asda Thick Bleach Original
Advantages: Thick and strong
Disadvantages: Strong smelling
This is a review of Asda Thick Bleach Original. For me, bleach is a no frills product and I don't want to spend a lot of money on it but I do seem to get through quite a lot of it. I do normally buy this in the pink variety but as there was an offer on when you buy two and with a baby overdue, I can't seem to stop bleaching our bathroom and toilets I thought I'd give the blue version a try!
The bottle is blue plastic (which can be recycled) with a red child proof cap. The lid top is angled so it's great for squirting down toilets although I also do the sinks and drain holes with this product neat.
I squirt a generous amount around the toilet rim every other day and it helps keep the toilet clean. A scrub is required every now and again but I find the squirt to be a quick fix. The label promises 24 hours of germ free ness too. We have used this in the shower on a small mouldy patch and it fixed it immediately.
What's it like?
I find this bleach to be really thick in consistency and although it is fragranced, its underlying smell is that of bleach - which I absolutely love! I can't really discern the difference between this one and the pink one but it might be a little bit thicker. I have used this in the shower and around the bath and it does make the white gleaming but I do have to warn the husband when it's on as you can't see it (although you can smell it) and it will need a rinse before coming in to contact with skin.
Although the lid has a child proof enclosure, it is worth keep this out of the way of young children and certainly keeping them out of the way when it is in use. I always use rubber gloves when cleaning with this although I don't use gloves when giving the toilet a quick squirt with it. That is the main use I have for this.
Normally these are priced at £1 each but currently are on offer for two for £1.50.
I like the pink bottles better to look at but certainly can't find fault with the Asda Thick Bleach Original blue version! I would repurchase this again in the future and will try to stock up when it is on offer. A recommended bleach which is especially good for cleaning the loo.
Summary: A heavy duty toilet cleaner
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