“ Brand: Jeyes / Type: Toilet Cleaner / Category: Cleaning & Disinfectant „
Blue loo or Bloo loo tablets have been around forever and a day, starting with the ones that hung in plastic cages from inside the toilet bowl to the newer ones that you place inside the cistern. Most of these products do the same thing, that is they dye the water blue whilst giving off a clean fresh smell.
Until now the main difference between the various makes of these products is that some lasted longer than others but now with the new Jeyes Bloo N Bleach there is a major difference. This loo bloo product not only smells fresh whilst turning the water blue it also cleans as you flush because it contains bleach.
HOW TO USE
Simply take the cardboard packaging and peel of the plastic front remove a tablet from the pack and place it directly into the cistern avoiding the direct water flow otherwise the tablet will dissolve much too quickly. Now simply close the cistern over again and Bobs your uncle you have a clean toilet accompanied by a fresh smell and deep blue water for 3-4 weeks.
You will find this product available in most if not all supermarkets and in many local stores too, I have seen them range in price from £1.69 to as much as £2.19 so be careful where you purchase. I tend to buy mine whilst doing my shopping at Asda`s where they cost me £1.78 and I am very happy with that.
So over all this is a good product that will not only provides a pleasant not too overpowering smell but will also keep your toilet clean and germ free at the same time and will last at least three weeks possibly stretching to four. When you see the water turning to a lighter blue colour you will know it is time to add another block!
Thanks for reading!
Jeyes bloo with bleach is a product I have used time and again for the obvious reasons to keep my loo smelling and feeling fresh.
The bloo part cleans and protects leaving a bloo trace in the bowl which froths up when flushed and the bleach part obviously bleaches away the germs and does a pretty good job of it too.
The pack is nothing startling and I suppose is as minimal as it can get with a card backing and a selophane front holding the block in place. With a duo blue background and red writing it is hard to miss on the shelf. At around £2.00 A PACK
You simply pull the two parts apart and drop the block into the cistern away from the main flow of water as it disipates too quickly if you don't. I find they usually last between three and four weeks and the old one is usually disolved by then, so when you see the blue fading it is about time to get another block.
Kill germs with its powerful bleaching agent! With its unique concentrated two phase delivery system, Bloo 'n' Bleach kills germs, prevents limescale, cleans and foams with every flush.