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Jeyes Bloo Fusions - is this one of Jeyes latest products or is it just that no one has reviewed them before ?
I was quite pleased with myself because our local hardware store had these in stock and they were all marked at 99p, I have tried to find out what the RRP IS but I cannot seem to find it. But there is one fact that I am certain of and that is that my last Ambi-Pur toilet cleaner cost me just under £1.50p.
Jeyes have created some great retro style packaging for their Bloo Fusion toilet freshener but when you notice the fragrance in the container is Waterlily and Freesia the packaging seems a bit out of sync !
One thing struck me straight away, on the Ambi-Pur packet there is a small cut-out in the cardboard packaging that allows you to get a whiff of the perfume but you are in fact buying the Jeyes toilet freshener hoping that it smells as good as it is described.
Although Jeyes have made the toilet freshener look up to date and slightly space age it is by no means unique, in fact it looks much like any other toiler freshener.
Jeyes have made sure that the plastic hanger is long enough to allow for the cleaner/freshener to hang in the bowl comfortably.
The unit comprises of two parts, one part houses the blue cleaning gel and the other part is a white plastic unit that hits the flow of water as you flush the toilet.
Gives Jeyes top marks for ease of use, the top unit just clicks into place onto the bottom unit and then it is ready to hang from the rim of the toilet bowl.
When I opened the sealed packet I was very surprised at the strong smell that was rising, I have no idea what has happened to the Waterlily or the freesia, if I had to describe the smell I would say that it smells like a cross between medicinal and chemical !
Jeyes have designed the gel so that your white china toilet bowl will not get marked, some strong cleaning agents can make unsightly blue drip marks on white china.
Jeyes also say that it is important not to touch the container that holds the blue gel, just slide the unit into place and leave well alone.
The liquid is supposed to foam every time that you flush the toilet and it does, when the blue gel hits the cold water it creates a good white foam that sits in the bottom of the bowl for a few moments before it clears away.
Jeyes say that the Bloo Fusion gel will create a long lasting gentle aroma that will constantly be there.
When I flush I can smell the perfumed gel and it smells sweet ( obviously the blue gel is concentrated and that is why it smells so foul when you first take the unit from the packaging, diluting the gel brings about the floral aroma )
The toilet bowl smells sweet and as long as it keeps reasonably clean in between `proper cleans` then as far as I am concerned the product has done the job.
The Jeyes Bloo Fusions is equally as good as any other, on average I expect the unit to last for about three weeks before it needs to be renewed.
Jeyes point out that the Bloo Fusion is an irritant and that it must be handled with care. It should always be stored out of children's reach and if the gel makes contact with your skin then you should rinse it off using lots of water.
You can use the product if you have a septic tank. Always bear in mind that the unit must never be flushed down the toilet.
My bathroom smells of Waterlily and Freesia all day long ? I am afraid to say that it doesn't, but my loo looks and smells fine and that is all that I ask.
A stunning new range of 'designer' liquid toilet rim fresheners which fragrance continuously and offer a superior cleaning action / With its unique colourless detergent, Bloo Fusions eliminates the problem of unsightly, coloured drip-marks in the bowl - a common problem with traditional liquid rims.