“ Brand: Daisy / Type: Household Cleaner / Category: Cleaning & Disinfectant „
I like to try and save money on my household budget, where possible, as I usually put any savings I make into a 'holiday fund' to pay for lots of lovely trips throughout the year. This kitchen spray, Daisy from Tesco, is available for around 50p, and this is for a 500ml trigger spray bottle.
This kitchen spray comes in a trigger bottle, with a twist lid to prevent it being accidentally sprayed. The trigger spray works very well, and emits a generous spray wherever I want it to go. I've had no problems with the spray blocking up or anything like that. I don't have to put a lot of effort into releasing the spray either which suits me just fine. The bottle is white, with two large stickers on it, and I can't see at a glance how much is left, which is one downside, but I can shake it to know that there is still an ample amount inside before I go shopping.
While this is a kitchen spray I have used this on a variety of surfaces including furniture in my lounge, to clean off spilled sticky juice, to clean my hob, the inside of my oven door, my kitchen worktops, my sink and taps, my appliances, the top of my fish tank (nowhere near where it can get into the fish tank water) and I have used this on every single surface in my kitchen. I've used this to wipe the grout in my kitchen, with pretty good results, and I've used it to clean the frame of my windows.
This kitchen spray has a slight chemical smell to it, like lots of kitchen cleaners, with a citrus edge. It isn't overpowering at all, and the chemical smell doesn't bother me too much like other cleaners can.
Overall I must say that I find the cleaning power of this to be surprisingly high quality, for the price. This works out and around 10p per 100ml which is fantastic value for money. A bottle of this cleaner usually lasts me at least a month, with daily usage, and I have found that it works well on most stubborn stains and marks. It is also ideal for cleaning up fresh spills as it helps me know that my kitchen surfaces are clean after I use it. I like knowing that I can use this to wipe my sides down, both before and after food preparation, to ensure that my surfaces are clean and hygienic. When I ran out of oven cleaner recently, and had a spill in my oven, I sprayed some of this on, left it for ten minutes, then I used a plastic scraper to remove the dirt, which lifted in just seconds, and then I wiped it clean with a cloth, this cleaner helped to remove the baked on dirt and made the task of cleaning my oven much easier. When it comes to cleaning my hob I spray this on, then I use a J-cloth or sponge to wipe it off and with a few seconds elbow grease I am able to remove even the most stubborn marks. I sometimes use this spray with a Dettol surface wipe, just to give me a bit of scrubbing power, and that combination works very well and gets my stainless steel hob sparkling again in next to no time.
I feel happy with the quality of this kitchen cleaner. I do use Dettol surface wipes, for convenience, during certain cleaning tasks, but I use this at least daily in my kitchen and I love knowing that I can wipe surfaces down with ease, to ensure that they are free of dirt. The price of this spray is very reasonable, and usually much cheaper than any other brands available. I will definitely continue to use this Daisy kitchen cleaner in the future and just hope that the next time I am in store they actually have some stock! It isn't suitable for every surface, but what is, and it doesn't always lift all baked on dirt but leaving it to rest for a little while can be great. This is definitely worthy of a 4/5 from me, with a fantastic price and great cleaning power.
I'm not fussy when it comes to cleaning products, as long as it does a good job I don't care what the brand is. When looking for a kitchen cleaner on a recent trip to Tesco I came across this Daisy kitchen cleaner.
The 500ml bottle is the same as most other kitchen cleaners as it's a trigger spray type bottle. It's white in colour with an orange sticker with the product name and information on it. Why are kitchen products usually coloured in orange, am I missing something? This bottle will cost you around 50p from Tesco stores.
The end of the nozzle has an on off feature like other bottles of this type, simply twist the end of the nozzle and it will turn from off to on and you are ready to go. Once you have sprayed the Daisy kitchen cleaner, you will find that it comes out in a foam like form, I wouldn't say it's particularly foamy as it does have a runny consistency to it, but it does bubble all the same.
The spray doesn't have much of a fragrance to it, if anything it has that horrible chemical cleaner smell, but it isn't in your face so it's not too bad. A little of the spray goes a long way and on each section of my worktops, I find a couple of squirts is more than enough for a good clean. For the price, the kitchen cleaner does do a good job of cleaning surfaces although branded cleaners do a better job.
I mainly use the kitchen cleaner as a daily cleaning product, when I've spilt something, or need to wipe down the surfaces and table. It copes with these jobs relatively well. I've found that the cleaner doesn't handle dried in food stains very well, but if I spilt a drink, for example, it will clean it up well. After being used it doesn't leave any surfaces with that sparkly clean look that branded kitchen cleaners give, so I tend to use them on a twice weekly basis just to give the kitchen a better clean. For a daily cleaner this Daisy kitchen cleaner is great.
This Daisy kitchen cleaner is an absolute bargain for the price, 50p is a miniscule amount to pay for a kitchen cleaner that can give an ok clean. Ok, it doesn't produce the best results, but for the price who can moan?!
I purchased my bottle of Daisy kitchen cleaner for two reasons - firstly I'd read lots of positive reviews on it and secondly it was much cheaper than Flash, which is the cleaner I usually buy.
Daisy is a budget brand available from Tesco. I had only tried one Daisy product previously - a fabric conditioner - so I wasn't overly sure of what to expect, but at just 46p a bottle, I figured I didn't have much to lose by finding out.
The product comes in a white spray bottle with yellow and white trigger spray and the overall look is plain and simple, yet it doesn't necessarily scream 'budget' the way some cheap products can. The nozzle has a twist top to lock it into the on/off position and I've had no problem with leaks from the bottle. The only thing I'd perhaps like is for the bottle to be clear so I can see how much I have left, but that's only a minor thing - other than that I have no complaints with the packaging.
The product is suitable for use on most hard surfaces, including (according to the bottle) UPVC windows. It should not be used on aluminium, soft furnishings, painted or porous surfaces.
In my household, this is mainly used for wiping down the kitchen benches, draining board (stainless steel), kitchen table (which is a cheap one with laminated type finish) and the hob, which is also stainless steel.
The directions state that the spray should be sprayed sparingly onto surfaces and in my experience I would say that most surfaces don't need more than one or two sprays of this at a time, which is great as it makes it even more economical.
The spray itself is clear and has a mild scent to it. I would say it is slightly lemony, although there are chemical tones to the scent. I normally buy Flash because it comes in an array of lovely fragrances, which make the room smell lovely - I don't find this one strong enough to leave much of a scent behind but it's something I'm willing to sacrifice for the saving in cost.
Performance wise, this product has really surprised me. I thought perhaps being cheaper, it may not have as much cleaning power as some of the branded ones, but it's actually really good. It gets rid of everything in it's way - the benches and table don't tend to get all that dirty - perhaps the odd splash of sauce, gravy or tea, but the cooker is often left looking filthy from pans I've let boil over or sauces/fat that has splashed out when cooking. So far, this cleaner has removed every stain it has been faced with and best of all no scrubbing is required, it simply lifts stains off when wiped with a soft damp cloth. For particularly stubborn burnt on stains, I do find that I need to leave it on a little while - it says 30 seconds on the bottle, but 10 is usually enough - but once the time is up it will lift stains off effortlessly. As well as being good at lifting off stains it also leaves the surfaces looking sparkly - especially the stainless steel. It doesn't leave streaks behind on stainless steel either, which is a bonus.
I usually use gloves when cleaning, as most cleaners dry my hands out. I have only used this on the odd occasion without gloves and have not noticed any negative effects.
As mentioned near to the beginning of the review, this cleaner costs just 46p from Tesco and that is for a generous 500ml bottle. Since only a few sprays are required per use, it seems to be lasting me quite well too.
On the whole, I really can't recommend this strongly enough. I expected it to be 'OK' and nothing more, but it really has surpassed all of my expectations. It works incredibly well, the only thing I would change is perhaps to give it a nicer smell, but that's only a minor niggle, on the whole I think this would have to get the full five stars from me.
We like to keep a very clean home, and because of this we seem to be forever buying cleaning products. Often we go to B&M to stock up but for convenience sometimes I have to get things on the weekly shops. As our usual brands are a lot more expensive in the supermarket a brand I've been buying recently is Daisy which is available from Tesco. We've now tried quite a few bits and pieces in their range and one of my favourites is their Kitchen Spray. The spray has the very low price of just 46p for a 500ml bottle.
The kitchen spray comes in a white plastic bottle, with a yellow and clear trigger spray top. The bottle is a little annoying as it's not easy to see how much spray is left in the bottle but it is possible to see the liquid line if you hold it up to the light. The bottle is very simply packaged with a basic label with an orange and yellow colour scheme bearing the Daisy logo.
As with most sprays of this kind you just spray it sparingly onto almost any hard surface and wipe it off with either a damp cloth or sponge. I like to just a sponge as I can use the scrubby end for ground on dirt. The smell of the kitchen cleaner is quite chemically but it also has a citrus scent to it as well. The chemical scent is quite strong though and I usually think it's best to open the window when using products like this.
A little bit of the spray goes a long way and if you hold the bottle the recommended 15- 30cm away from your surface and fine distribution of the spray covers a fairly large area of surface. With general marks on surfaces the spray works quickly and easily, however it's not so good with dried on marks that may have been left over night. I usually find though that if I use the spray then leave it for about a minute it softens any ground on dirt making it easy to wipe away. I like to use a damp scrubber sponge first to get an effective clean then finish off my surfaces with a dry cloth or kitchen towel which leaves surfaces looking lovely and clean.
Overall, Daisy Kitchen Cleaner leaves surfaces clean and removes dirt and ground in grime fairly easily. It's not that great on really bad dirt but for everyday cleaning it does the job as well as the more expensive brands.
I recently ran out of my current kitchen cleaner so when I did my weekly shop I had a look to see what was available , I noticed that they had their own range Daisy available, I have tried these cleaning products before and have always found them to be pretty good so I decided to give it a try, after all it was cheap so if I didn't like it I hadn't wasted much money on it.
The packaging of Daisy Kitchen Cleaner is quite basic compared to some of the others available. The cleaner comes in a plain white plastic spray bottle, it has an oval shaped label on the front of it, it is mainly orange in colour, it has the word "Daisy" written across the middle of it in red lettering with the I being dotted with a Daisy head, the tail of the Y underlines the whole work, inside it is written the words "Kitchen Cleaner", this is written in yellow lettering. The bottom half of the label is take up by the drawing of a white Daisy head with a yellow centre. that s basically it for the front of the packaging. The back of the bottle has a white oval label on it, this is then covered in small black writing made up of directions of use, care instructions, warnings and product information, all of this is very easy to read and follow. The bottle has a spray top which is made from yellow and clear plastic, the trigger and nozzle is bright yellow with the rest of it being clear, this shows the spring mechanism inside.
The cleaner inside the bottle is a clear liquid, this can be seen when the cleaner is sprayed onto the work surface. When sprayed the cleaner has a very light floral/ orange smell to it, I was quite surprised by this as normally cleaning products have quite a strong smell to them, the one I had previously been using had had quite a strong bleach smell to it but this one was totally different. The delicate smell did make me question how good it was going to be at cleaning, however when sprayed onto my kitchen sides and cupboards I was pleased to see that it left them perfectly clean, for tough stains I did need to spray the cleaner on the stain and leave for a few second before wiping away, however this is often the case with more expensive cleaners so I was not worried about this, I have used the cleaner on most surfaces in my kitchen including the work surfaces, cupboard doors and the sink and draining board, it has left all of these surfaces looking lovely and clean and smelling fresh without being overpowering.
Directions for Use
The directions are similar to most pray cleaning products like this, however it states
* Allow surfaces to cool before use
* Spray from a distance of about 15-30cm away from the surface
* Wipe with a clean damp cloth or sponge (I always use a sponge as I find this easy to grip and scrub with)
* For ground in dirt leave for 30 seconds before wiping away
The back of the bottle does not mention rinsing the surface after cleaning, however I always wipe the spray away and then wipe over the surface again with clean water, this is more because I have a cat who from time to time decides to jump up on side to see what's going on.
Under the care instructions on the back of the bottle you are told the areas you can and cannot use the Daisy Kitchen Cleaner, this includes
*Suitable for most hard surfaces including UPVC windows
*Suitable for outdoor use
*Do not use on soft furnishings
*Avoid contact with aluminium, painted or porous surfaces
*Always test on an inconspicuous area
*Do not use on marble or stone containing marble, coloured enamel or enamel which is damaged or over 10 years old.
Again I found these to be quite standard for this type of cleaning product, however I did find them useful to have so I could see where I could and where I couldn't use the product.
Again these too are quite standard and include
*Keep away from children
*Rinse and dry hands after use
*Avoid contact with eyes, rinse immediately if this happens
*Do not ingest, if this happens seek medical advise
*People with sensitive or damaged skin should avoid prolonged contact
*Ventilate room after use (Personally i do not find the smell strong enough for this)
*Do not breath in spray
*May produce allergic reaction
I purchased the Daisy Kitchen Cleaner from my local Tesco, the product only comes in one size, well it did in our Tesco, this is a 500ml bottle and is sold for 46p which I thought was a real bargain, especially as the cleaner has lasted me a couple of weeks and that is with using it most days. The price did make me think the product may not be of a very good quality however after trying it I found this not to be the case.
Overall I was very impressed with the daisy Kitchen Cleaner, I liked the fact that it didn't have an overpowering smell to it, but the fragrance which was present left the kitchen smelling clean and fresh. The cleaner did an excellent job of keeping all of my kitchen surfaces clean, and made the job quick and easy. I have not had any problems with the cleaner irritating my skin at all, compared to some it does seem quite mild and gentle on the skin. The price of 46p made it a real bargain, not only that but it is also long lasting making it well worth the money. This is definitely a kitchen cleaner I would recommend.
Daisy is a Tesco brand which offers cheap, affordable cleaning and household products.
The Daisy Kitchen Cleaner Spray is suitable to be used on most hard surfaces including PVC windows. It comes in a handy spray bottle with an orange label and bright white daisy adorning it. The large yellow trigger spray offers an on/off nozzle to avoid accidental sprays.
To use, you should direct this at the area needing cleaned and wipe over with a damp sponge or cloth. If there is quite a bit needing cleaned, it is recommended you allow 30seconds before wiping away. You cannot use this on certain surfaces such as wood, aluminium etc.
~Availability and Price~
The 500ml bottle is exclusive to Tesco and www.tesco.com priced at 46p. Other products in the range include a bathroom cleaner, bleach, laundry products etc.
I try to keep on top of my housework on a daily basis in order to keep our home hygienic. My kitchen is high on my list of cleaning priorities as I find there is nothing worse than going into someone's kitchen and it's disgusting! Anyway, I do a full, all over clean twice a week when my son visits his Grans and for this, I use a Dettol spray. For daily, light cleaning, I use this Daisy cleaner which does the job nicely.
The bottle is perfectly designed and easy to grip. The only drawback being that I cannot visualise how much is left in the bottle. The trigger works well and with a firm push, releases a fine blast of liquid which settles onto my surfaces as a light mist with the occasional little pool of liquid which hasn't properly dispensed. The cleaner holds a subtle citrus scent but you can tell it is a cleaning product thanks to the chemical undertone it brings with it.
~Fresh and Clean Surfaces~
I use this on a few different surfaces and find in most cases, it performs quite well in conjunction with my cheap Value cloths or a scourer pad. My main focus is my kitchen worktops which usually need a wipe down after preparing food or if I spill some milk or juice. The cleaner spreads across the surface well allowing a small amount to cover a decent sized space. It doesn't foam up until I scrub hard with a scourer pad. When wiped with a damp cloth, it brings the surfaces to a clean, hygienic standard by removing any stains. It doesn't work on stuck on food stains though which is disappointing. It brings my dark surfaces up nicely but not exactly sparkly clean.
I use this on my sons plastic table where he likes to have his breakfast. It offers a gentle cleaning alternative and sweeps away any marks from constant juice spilling whilst removing the stickiness which goes with it. Other uses for this spray including wiping down the inside of my fridge to freshen it up and wiping around my sink and dish draining area to surface clean it. It does not perform well on cleaning my cooker top as it simply does not have enough oomph to cut into grubby food marks. For this purpose, I use my Dettol spray which I will be reviewing soon.
~Recommendation and Conclusion~
This is a cheap cleaner which works effectively by doing light cleaning duties and keeping my kitchen clean until I can do a more in depth clean! The citrus scent doesn't linger long though my surfaces keep clean until someone messes them up again. All in all, very affordable. One bottle has so far lasted me a month and there is lots left which is brilliant considering it is used 4-5times a week. I haven't experienced any irritations with this cleaner despite not using rubber gloves.
Highly recommended :)
Although I have confessed in the past to being somewhat lazy when it comes to gardening and lack the competence to put together anything remotely flat-packed one area which I am fastidious about is keeping a clean home. Because I smoke (outside) and have a pet dog I am aware of erroneous aromas which may linger around and like to maintain a fresh and clean environment to live in, under my kitchen sink I have a large plastic container filled with all manner of cleaning materials, creams and sprays and am constantly replenishing my supply with anything that either catches my eye or is on special offer. Daisy kitchen cleaner is a Tesco exclusive budget brand which retails for less than 50p for a 500ml trigger spray bottle and is something I use on the days I want to give my kitchen a quick once-over and as my review will attempt to explain, I think it does a rather good job...
I'm not going to waste much time detailing the packaging as the supplied illustration shows you what you get for your money. The bottle is simply presented, made of white plastic with a large label in the centre of the body of the bottle and has a trigger spray. The directions for use advise you to spray sparingly from around 15-30cm away from the surface you want to clean and wipe off with a damp cloth or sponge. I'm sure everyone knows how to use a trigger spray surface cleaner and how to clean so it's pretty much common sense what to do with this product - the important thing is how it copes with stains and any marks that it comes up against.
The liquid cleaner comes out of the spray trigger in a foamy consistency and has a light, lemon-y aroma to it, it doesn't smell harsh but does have a hint of something 'chemical' about it and sits on the surface it is sprayed on in little pools of white coloured liquid. Compared to the better known and more expensive brands I would say that Daisy is perhaps a little runnier in consistency and doesn't have the same amount of aromatic potency to it but for the money it costs I don't expect too much. Using a damp cloth and working the cleaner into my kitchen counters I notice that it wipes cleanly and doesn't leave any residue behind, it easily works its way through any greasy deposits that may have formed and I find this is particularly useful if I have used my George Foreman grill and missed any spots of oil that may have dropped from the grill plates. The fragrance of the cleaner is light and pleasant, not too acrid that it offends my nose and cleans its way through anything it is presented with.
At home I have a stainless steel cooker which is a pain to keep smear-free and whilst Daisy does do a good job at removing any cooking stains that may have formed I have to admit that it does leave behind streaks and a little bit of residue so tend to avoid using this on anything too shiny. For kitchen counters and cupboards though it's fine and does the job it was intended to do and leaves my kitchen looking clean and dirt-free. Daisy is good at removing new stains and spillages but isn't that great at anything too ground in or any 'old' stains so I do tend to use this in conjunction with other cleaners and sprays. On the days when I want to give my kitchen a thorough top to bottom clean I use a more recognised cleaner (either Flash or Mr Muscle) as I find that they are better at leaving a longer-lasting fresh smell to my counters and cupboards but for everyday use as a quick cleaner Daisy is fine and definitely recommended especially when you consider it does only cost 46p for a 500ml bottle.
It is suitable for the majority of hard surfaces and can be used indoors or outdoors. I do tend to use this quite often at my caravan as a PVC cleaner for my double-glazed doors as they do tend to get grubby quite often and are constantly opened and closed. For PVC surfaces Daisy is very good and easily tackles a build up of dirt or dust that may form when my caravan is closed up and I'm at home, the only areas to avoid with this in my experience are anything too shiny so I tend to not use this on my stainless steel kettle or breadbin but other than that it is a multi-purpose and multi-surface cleaner that gives excellent results.
Conclusion and Rating
As this is a Tesco brand it can only be found instore or online at Tesco only and along with the Bathroom cleaner of the same name is something I have as a staple in my cleaning cupboard. There's little to complain about as far as it's price is concerned and does represent outstanding value for money and it's on that basis along with the results it gives that I'm awarding a five star rating. Compared to Flash or Mr Muscle it holds its own well and even though I personally don't use it when I want to give my kitchen a thorough clean it is a product I would definitely recommend.
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Daisy kitchen cleaner.....great cheap all round kitchen cleaner.
This comes in a 500ml white plastic bottle containing a kitchen spray.
Apply to cool surfaces. You can turn the spray nozzle to the on position so that it is quite safe to have around little fingers.
You spray as directed on the bottle around the 15-30 cmeters then wipe away with a clean damp cloth or sponge.
If you have ground in dirt stains then you spray and simply leave for 30 seconds. This gives the product an extra chance to work.It is suitable for most hard surfaces, you can also wipe over u p v c windows and window seals. You can also use this spray out of doors. When you have finished you can turn the nozzle to the off position.
I found this to be quite effective for a cheap kitchen spray.
This spray is not recommended for use on soft furnishings. It does advise you not to use on wood, aluminium, painted or porous surfaces. You can always try on a test patch if you are not sure.
You cannot use on marble or stone that contains enamel or enamel that is damaged. Keep away from children and away from your eyes. I have used their products before, but to be fair because it is cheap doesnt make it any less effective. I do use it to clean off stains on my wall tiles both in my kitchen and my bathroom, this seems to work quite well then I simply rinse well and it does dry sparkling providing that you dry with kitchen towel.
I would recommend this as an effective cleaning product.
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At the moment I am buying lots of lower priced products to save a little more money as I am finding some of the cheaper brands to be of very good value for money and good quality and so on a recent visit to Tesco I decided to buy this kitchen cleaner for a really cheap price and so I thought it would be suitable for my home as I do a lot of cleaning around my home and do my fair share of the cleaning.
It comes in a plastic bottle, it has a nozzle, it can be twisted on and off very easily. It is a basic looking bottle of orange and white with the name Daisy on the front with a picture of a white daisy. The bottle is very easy to grip in the hands to use around the home and I paid only 47p for a 500ml bottle and I think that is a really good price for this cleaner.
It is easy to use and all that is needed is to spray sparingly from a distance of around 15cm to 30cm away from the surface that is to be cleaned. The spray is a light mist and it sprays evenly and it does not drip from the bottle while spraying onto surfaces. I like the smell of this cleaner and it has a really nice fresh Lemon fragrance of which is not too overpowering. It smells quite pleasant, it foams a little but not as much as some of the branded cleaners but it is enough to clean surfaces and only a little is needed.
A little goes a very long way and for the price I think it is a really good cleaner, I clean my work surfaces with it and it cleans them nicely and the fragrance is quite pleasant and fresh after cleaning them. I find that it works really well on dried on food on the surfaces too but I spray the liquid onto the food and just leave it for a minute or 2 and then it just wipes away nicely with a damp cloth and the surface is nice and clean.
I use it on my stainless steel sink in my kitchen and I have used it to clean lots of areas around my home and also I have used it in my bathroom and it has cleaned my basin to a really nice standard. I like to use this cleaner also for cleaning my doors when my grandchildren have left chocolate on them after they have been for a visit and I have found a quick spray of this cleaner is enough to clean them back to the condition they were before they touched them with their dirty hands.
I really think for the price this is an excellent cleaner and although it states on the bottle it is for the kitchen I use it for all over my home and I like the way it refreshes and cleans those areas.
I do recommend this product and I think it is a good value cleaner, it is a nice smell and I also like the way it cleans my woodwork and windowsills and makes the rooms smell nice and clean after I have done the chores.
I think it is ideal for anyone on a low budget as it does clean very well indeed and I will buy it again as I have found it to be suitable for my home.
I rate it 5 stars.
I have seen this kitchen spray many times in Tesco but I have never bought it until recently and because I am a lower budget at the moment because one of my cats needs treatment for the rest of her life and with the vet fee it can be quite expensive and so anything I can buy cheaper now, I will and I am finding I wished I had bought cheaper things many years ago as I am finding I like most of what I am buying and saving money at the same time and I love buying cleaning products on special offer too.
This spray cost me only 48p for 500ml and it comes in a plastic bottle with a trigger spray nozzle and it is a very basic white bottle with just a label on the front with the words Daisy on the front, when it is sprayed out of the bottle it has a nice fragrance to it, I would say it is a citrus smell and quite pleasant but it is not over powering, and once spray onto a kitchen surface it does not foam as much as I thought it probably would but it can be wiped very easily to clean the surface very nicely and the liquid is quite thin but a good quality.
It has a twist on and off square top at the end of the nozzle so it cannot be sprayed accidentally if you prefer but I usually set it on as I am constantly using a kitchen spray and it is sprayed approximately 15cm to 30 cm away from the surface and sparingly because only a little is needed to do the task nicely.
If I have some food that has dried on my kitchen surfaces, I just spray a little of this onto it and leave it for around 5 minutes or so and I just then wipe it with a damp cloth and it has removed it easily and I have used it on my stainless sink in my kitchen and the taps and it has cleaned them and they have sparkled and the smell in the kitchen after using it is a nice pleasant smell too.
I have also used this on my tiles in the kitchen and bathroom and although it is designed for kitchen use I have used it in my bathroom too and it has cleaned the enamel sink very well too, I use lots of kitchen sprays for my bathroom and around the home, not just for the kitchen and I have used this on my paintwork and windowsills too and on my doors too and I have been very pleased with the results,
This is a very good quality and very good value for money and I think for only 48p it is not only just a very cheap price but a spray that certainly does the job nicely and I love cleaning and I found this one a very good spray to use to make cleaning so much enjoyable too.
I highly recommend this one for anyone to give it a try as it is a bargain for the very low price and I will be buying it again in the future as I was not disappointed with it at all.
I give it 5stars.
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My name is Melanie and I'm a cleanaholic! I love cleaning and living with a messy, dirty flatmate (who is also my best mate) its a very good job I enjoy it so much or I'd be living in pure squalor and thats so not my style!
I get through tons of cleaning products since we moved into our new flat. It was a bit mucky when we moved in from the previous tenants so we had to sort that out and then of course now we have to keep up the chores regularly but because of all this I've been spending shed-loads which is why when I was in Tescos and spotted this costing a mere 46p a bottle I decided to give it a go cos the stuff I had been using previous to this cost me a whole lot more money!
The trigger action bottle holds 500ml of the product and the trigger spray part does have an on/off safety feature. On the front label which is orange in colour I'm told that is Daisy Kitchen Cleaner and there is a picture of a daisy on there. On the back label I'm given directions for use, care instructions and warnings, I'm told what the spray contains, the size is stated and contact details for Tescos are given Plain looking but functional spray this is though I don't appreciate the fact I can't see how much spray I have left in the bottle as it isn't one bit transparent.
Me Using It:
Well you can use this on all hard surfaces including upvc windows and it is suitable for outdoor use as well. It isn't suitable to use on soft furnishings, wood, aluminium, painted or porus surfaces, marble or stone or enamel that is damaged or over ten years old though.
To use it you simply spay it at arms length where you want to clean and wipe though for tougher grease and grime stains you can leave it a bit longer then wipe if need be and you do need a priorly damp sponge/cloth.
It sprays out fast and a transparent watery looking liquid is dispensed and it has a sweet smelling lemon smell to it though it isn't in your face fragrance wise but rather subtle, fresh and clean smelling.
I use this on tiles, work tops and even wipe my cooker down after using it and I must say this is actually a really rather good kitchen cleaner on the whole. Even on really greasy stains it penetrates them within a couple of seconds and I am able to wipe it away with ease. It is a great degreaser and even leaves a nice natural looking shine behind itself and grime is removed with just as much ease. I wipe down my sink with it and have wiped down my upvc window ledges (though this is not good on mirrors and glass as it smears) and all round it helps me really to clean my kitchen up, and what is more the light fragrance stays put in my kitchen a good hour.
This for me is a great purchase and the price of this is excellent and to me rivals far more expensive brands! I will certainly stick with this and purchase it time and time again in the future!
This is only sold in Tesco costing 46p per bottle! Bargain!
This is one of the many money saving products I've bought on my trips to Tesco - I rent my house off my mum and after all her branded cleaning products had run out, I decided to see if I could get anything decent for a cheaper price. When it came down to kitchen cleaner I ended up settling on the 'daisy' brand for no other reason than it was cheap.
The cleaner comes in a 500ml white plastic bottle with a yellow trigger to spray it. A label on the front proclaims it to be a product by Daisy (part of the discount brands), the fact that it's a kitchen cleaner and a picture of half a daisy on an orange background. Although the design is very simple, it's quite bold and really helps to make it stand out on the shelf. On the reverse are directions for use, a warning and other various bits of information that if we're honest, most of us never bother to read!
Well the most important thing to know is does this product work? I'd have to say yes it does. I use it to clean all my kitchen surfaces - from the work tops to the fridge door and the hob. The hob is probably the most challenging work surface to clean in my kitchen and this cleaner handles it very well - I spray it all over the dirty area and tend to leave it to soak in for a few seconds before using one of those scrubby sponges to get rid of the dirt and grime. Yes you do need to put in a little effort - it won't simply wipe off with the use of a bit of kitchen roll, but it's by no means hard to remove dried on food.
Smell wise it has quite a strong chemical cleaning smell to it - whilst not particularly nice, it isn't unpleasant although you can certainly smell the areas you've just used it to clean. On the plus side this smell doesn't stick around for too long so you won't be left with a kitchen that smells like it's been disinfected.
I only have a tiny bit of this product left which I'm going to use tonight to clean the hob again and on my next visit to Tesco this will certainly be on the shopping list. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a good cleaner that will save them pounds as well as pennies.
Price wise it is available from Tesco for just 46p which is amazing value when you consider that the equivalent Mr Muscle is over 3 times that price at RRP.
I've been quite impressed with the new discount brand from Tesco - 'Daisy' and this kitchen cleaner is also yet to disapoint.
I paid 46p for the bottle and it contains 500ml of liquid. A bargain compared to the likes of Cif et al, and even in comparison to the Tesco own brand product I used to use which, if I remember correctly, costs around 87p.
The cleaning action is effective, I don't find that I need to exert much elbow grease, often just a couple of minutes of burnt on stains, in particular on my electric hob but mostly I just spray and wipe!
I agree with the previous review that the smell is slightly over-bearing, not enough to put me off buying it but certainly enough to make me open a window if I've had a good clean in the kitchen!
I actually find this less watery that the previous Tesco own brand spray I used to use. There seems to be a decent amount of foaming action which I guess helps break down the grease.
This has become a regular purchase for me now, it's friendly on the pocket, leaves my worktops clean and fresh and my hob nice and shiny!
I can be a bit of a brand snob when it comes to cleaning products. There's nothing worse than having to scrub three times as hard with a product, just for the sake of having saved 30p! So I was a bit dubious when the Mrs bought home this Daisy Kitchen Trigger Cleaner from Tesco. Daisy is the new 'discount brand' in Tesco, and I don't think it rates much higher up the brand credibility scale than Tesco Value. This costs only 46p for a 500ml bottle, which includes a trigger spray attachment, and I have to say I've been very pleasantly surprised with the results.
I first used this after taking over the dinner one night, and making an awful mess of the cooker. I'd done a lasagne, which is not my forte, and gotten tomato and cheese sauce all over the cooker. That'll teach me not to ignore the instruction 'stir continuously'. Anyway, after finishing up with the food, I had to tackle the mess I'd made - and all I could find to hand was this new cheapy kitchen cleaner.
I squirted it onto the stains and waited a minute or two, just to give it the chance to sink in a bit and (hopefully) do some damage on the stains. I was extremely pleasantly surprised to find that when I wiped it off with a damp cloth, it bought all of the sauce stains with it. I really did not think such a cheap cleaner could achieve such fast results.
I've used this a few times since, and been equally impressed with the results. It cleans really effectively, even when used on dried-on stains. It does sometimes need leaving on for ten minutes to really sink in, but once it has done it really does lift even very awkward stains. I like that this has a clean smell to it, though it is a little bit on the harsh side I noticed. I also like that this leaves kitchen sides and cookers with a nice clean shine to them - much as you'd expect from the likes of Cif or Mr Muscle (which cost about four times the price).
For 46p you can't go wrong with this. I can't see any difference between the results I get from this, and those I get from using the expensive brand name versions. The only noticeable difference is that this is a bit more potent, but it's not an unpleasant smell anyway - just a strong one. Even the packaging is very good quality, with the trigger spray being sturdy and easy to use. I'll never waste my money on Mr Muscle again!