“ Brand: McBride / Type: All Purpose Cleaner / Category: Cleaning & Disinfectant „
Number 1 Budget Brand.
Clean n Fresh Antibacterial Cleaner.
750 mls for the price of 500.
Kills 99.9% or bacteria.
Odour and taint free.
Safe for use on food preparation areas.
Clear bottle with hand grip sections on neck - spray nozzle in clear and blue.
Has red and blue label.
Protective against bacteria and has effective cleaning power.
Effective against Salmonella, Listeria, Ecoli, Enterococcus, Pseudomonas and Staphylococcus.
To use - turn nozzle, spray and wipe with a damp cloth, leave to dry.
Use in a well ventilated area.
Do not use around cats.
Contains Benalkonium Chloride.
Not suitable for soft furnishings or polished surfaces.
Do not use on baby's bottles.
Made by McBride and packed in the EU.
Not tested on animals by or on behalf of Robert McBride.
About £1.29 at my local Spar store.
These days I think everyone likes to use antibacterial sprays from time to time.
Normally I would buy the cheapest versions form Tesco but lately I ran out so picked up this large bottle from our nearest Spar.
My Tescos bottles I thought were around about 80p but looking online today the cheapest bottles they sell are £1.30 for 500 mls - so this one from McBride now works out cheaper.
In fact I like this bottle better as it has a very good and powerful spray nozzle and a handy place to hold it around its neck. Also it is odour free so no horrible smells when cleaning, which is a bonus.
I use this spray on my worktops and window ledges in the kitchen - as well as my cupboards when they get a clear out. You can either spray the surface directly adn then wipe it with a damp cloth, or just spray the cloth or sponge first and then use that way. Mostly I just spray onto the sponge first but for a large area it is sometimes easier to spray first and then wipe off.
My son is also eating quite a bit of chicken these days so I like to make sure all the utensils that touched the raw chicken are sprayed with this product. It is kept on the draining board so any plates or cutlery that has been used for the raw meat is sprayed with this product before it is washed up - just to make doubly sure that there is no bacteria left behind. Luckily my son has picked up on the need to be extra vigilant where raw poultry is concerned and now will use this spray as well without being reminded.
A similar product from Dettox is £2 so I am quite happy to buy the cheaper product and assume it is as effective against bacteria - which is all I really want. I do not see the point in paying extra for the brand name if the cheaper product does the job.
I have even used it on my hands occasionally if I touch raw meat and have had no problems at all.
A great big bottle of spray cleaner and one that I shall be buying again.
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