Product Type: Daisy Household Cleaning
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Daisy Bathroom Cleaner
Member Name: topsyturvy
Daisy Bathroom Cleaner
Advantages: cheap price
Disadvantages: not very effective
I feel like I'm always reviewing household products at the moment but I seem to have purchased so many new ones lately that I have to share my experiences with you all. When in Tesco I was looking for a cleaner for the bathroom to go around all of the sinks and the tiles on the wall and just generally clean the whole cubicle up as it was quite dirty and needed desperate attention. I have just moved into a new place and it had not been left in the best way which is why I had to get into intensive cleaning right away and it is not my idea of fun but it had to be done. I saw this Daisy bathroom cleaner and being so ridiculously cheap I had to buy it as I didn't have a lot of money to be wasting.
This cleaner does look really cheap, I'm not going to lie it comes in the usual spray type bottle which narrows at the head with a spray nozzle. It is a white plastic bottle in a 500ml size and it has a label on the front that says Daisy and then a blue background and a picture of a daisy and just says that it is a 'bathroom cleaner'. It is very to the point and doesn't go into any detail on the front as to what it aims to do which is why you need to look at the back label. It does have more details but the look of the product is very simple and very low budget looking.
This product should be kept away from children for danger reasons and it should be kept away from eyes also. When using, make sure you rinse and dry hands or wear rubber gloves like I do. Also, if it does come into contact with eyes then you must rinse eyes with plenty of water immediately and do not ingest it. If it is ingested again, seek medical advice. You have to directly spray this away from the eyes and face and do not breathe spray in. Use this only in well ventilated areas.
DAISY BATHROOM CLEANER
Now, to use this product is very straightforward but always make sure that you are not using this on soft furnishings. This spray should not be used on wood, aluminium, painted or porous surfaces and it should be tested first on a small area before using it fully on surfaces. This spray shouldn't be used on marble or stone that contains marble and coloured enamel or enamel that is damaged of over ten years old.
When using this you need to turn the nozzle head to on as it does have a locked head. Spray this just a bit away from where you are spraying onto and use a cloth or sponge when cleaning with this to get better results. For really ingrained dirt leave it to act longer and once it is used then turn the nozzle to the off position and this will lock it again. This product has a funny smell and it is hard to describe it smells like soap but reminds me of the smell of hairy dye or a hairdresser, I wasn't too keen as it seemed wrong for the type of product it was.
The nozzle is easy enough to spray and I used this mainly on the shower and the wall tiles. I first used a cloth when cleaning but it didn't seem to move much in the way of dirt so I decided to get a bathroom sponge as I knew this would have much better results. As soon as I used the sponge it moved dirt like that but I have to say I feel it was more the sponge doing the work rather than the bathroom cleaner. It comes out like a white coloured runny foam and I did spray it all up the tiles so it would take off the rust coloured grime. I left it for about 30 seconds and it did come off but it took a lot of scrubbing to move it.
I think this cleaner is ok for the odd usage but I don't think it is amazing and the price does reflect this. It wasn't the best at having really powerful results and I can still see some of the grime it hasn't removed which means I will have to use something stronger. It is good for cleaning if you do it regularly but for tougher stains and grime then you may need a bleach spray or something by a better brand to really ensure very impressive results.
This spray is available from most Tesco stores as Daisy is a Tesco brand and it will cost you 47p for the 500ml bottle which will last a good while. I was unsure of it being so cheap but it cannot always be said as some cheap products are as good as the pricier ones however, this just wasn't one of them.
If you want more detail on this then go to http://www.tesco.com and you will find it listed.
INGREDIENTS: Less Than 5% Cationic Surfactants, Non - Ionic Surfactants, Chloromethylisothiazolinone (and) Methylisothiazolinone and Perfume.
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