Cif Bathroom Spray Reviews
Product Type: Cif household products
Newest Review: ... more than I thought was necessary to just get the residue to go. When I saw this spray I thought I would give it a go. It ... more
Price Comparison for Cif Bathroom Spray
750ml Cif Bathroom Spray
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:04
3 to 4 days
750ml Cif Bathroom Spray
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:32
CIF POWER CREAM BATHROOM SPRAY 202760
Tough cleaning action in a spray that combines the power of Cif C ...
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:32
Customer Cif Bathroom Spray Reviews (27)
by - written on 26/07/07, updated on 27/07/07 (Useful, 176 readings)
First of all, let me make it clear that I am reviewing Cif Bathroom spray here, and NOT Cif Power Cream Bathroom spray. I have been using this product for quite a while as I just grabbed the first bathroom cleaning product I laid my hands on after my new bathroom was complete and never got round to looking for another brand. I can't say I've ever been astounded by its results. It doesn't remove limescale or any of the more stubborn stains and the smell isn't at all pleasant in my opinion. I've always had to end up scrubbing at marks and using other products to get rid of limescale. It gives a basic clean but to be honest I could get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/12, updated on 07/10/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
~Cif Bathroom~ Cif is a cleaning brand which falls under the Unilever company. As well as offering a range of multi-purpose and kitchen cleaning sprays, they also offer a few different bathroom cleaners. The spray in question today is the original Cif Bathroom Spray. Alternatives include a cream spray and a power pro spray for the bathroom. Cif state that this spray has been formulated for cleaning bathroom surfaces. It can be used on chrome, enamel, ceramic and stainless steel surfaces. Cif claim this spray will rid your bathroom surfaces of soap scum, limescale and watermarks. This spray should leave your surfaces sparkling clean and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I usually use Flash bathroom as I love the smell and I find I can often pick it up quite cheaply, either on special offer at the supermarket or from the pound shop. Last time I ran out, I went to ASDA and found that the Flash bathroom was at full price, but Cif bathroom was on special offer at just £1. At 750mls I was getting an extra 50% of product for my money, so although I'd never tried it, for that price I thought it was worth a go. The product comes packaged in a white bottle with a white and green trigger spray, which can be twisted to an on/off position as with most products of this nature. I would prefer if the bottle was transparent to be honest as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11, updated on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 215 readings)
As I have just given my bathroom a real thorough clean up, I've decided to review one of the trusty products I usually use to get my bathroom sparkling clean. Cif Bathroom Spray. Cif Cif first appeared in France in 1969, putting an end to harsh scouring powders. In 1974 Cif (formally known then as Jif) arrived in the UK. The name was changed to Cif in 2001, when the first multi purpose liquid gel spray with an active oxygen-based bleach, to help lift dirt more effectively was introduced. In 2005 Cif revolutionized cream cleaning with the launch of new Cif power cream - bringing tough cleaning Cif Cream to a spray format. Cif power cream is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
In our house, we share the household chores. I have been advised that I am a New Man, without even having had any say in the matter. In the division of tasks, I have the dubious pleasure of doing the periodic cleaning in the bathrooms and toilet. Apparently, I am the one that messes them up. (True!) I am talking here not about the daily wipe round with my wife's flannel (only kidding dear) - no, this is a weekly clean of the sinks in particular. The product I am given to aid me in completing the task is Cif Bathroom and I have become a fan. It's in a white opaque container and is a Unilever product. The product comes in a 500ml ... Read the complete review
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