Cif Cream White Reviews
Product Type: Cif household products
Newest Review: ... catch, the lid comes up by flipping up a flip cap and so this should always be kept up high out of reach of children so they ... more
Price Comparison for Cif Cream White
500ml Cif White Cream
Last Update 25.05.2013 10:12
500ml Cif White Cream
Last Update 25.05.2013 09:41
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Customer Cif Cream White Reviews (17)
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Cif Cream is always something we have in the cupboard, probably because it's something my Mum always has in the cupboard too. We use lots of different brands of sprays and wipes when it comes to cleaning the bathroom and I like to give it a once over every day but if I'm doing a proper clean I follow this up by also using Cif. I usually buy Cif Cream when it's on offer in the supermarkets but it's available from B&M at the moment for 99p a bottle. The cream comes in a tall and thin white plastic bottle which clearly displays the Cif logo along with a couple of pictures of where the cream can be used such as a hob and a shower. The lid to the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Sometimes you get so familiar with a product that you lose sight of how good it is! I have been using Cif cream cleaner at home and professionally, where I care for boats, for so many years that I thought it merited a review. Made by Unilever, this all purpose cleaner comes in a variety of sizes from 500ml to a whopping 2litres but the 500ml size is my favourite as it is easy to handle and does not wear you out as does the large size, if you are having to lift it repeatedly or run around a boat all day with your bucket full of cleaning goodies. It comes in a white plastic container whose sides are slightly flattened to make it easy to grip and to squeeze the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Even though Cif is basically a white cream from a very ordinary looking white bottle with a green cap it is a tremendously versatile cleaning product and has been around for a number of years. I remember my mother used to use this and probably still does although at that time it had its former name Jif. I have used less expensive own label versions of this type of cream but at £1.36 currently for 500ml on the Tesco website I think this price is very competitive for such a trustworthy and reliable brand. Depending on how sparingly you use this product and what is cleaned with it I think a bottle like this could last you for a good amount of time and is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Cif cream is one of the cleaning products that you will always find in my cleaning cupboard. One of the main reasons is that, when I was younger, my Mum would always use it when she cleaned around the house. This meant that Cif was one of the main products I was exposed to whenever I was charged with chores in the family household! It is now 8 years since I have lived at home but I still carry on using Cif for its fantastic cleaning properties. Cif as a brand has come on leaps and bounds from when I was younger. The first main difference is that the brand used to be called 'Jif'!! This was very confusing for me when it was changed and I still sometimes call ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Cif Cream has always been a cleaning product which I've automatically bought, it just seems to be one of those products to always keep in the cupboard. A bottle of this costs in the region of £1.50 for 500ml, I usually purchase mine in Tesco for £1.48. The cream comes in a white bottle, with a green flip top lid. The bottle is relatively tall and thin, meaning it can easily be slotted into a cupboard or left in the bathroom without looking too unsightly. I've always had a bottle of this around, and it's such a versatile cleaning product that you could probably get away with having it as your only one if you really wanted to. What I like about cif a ... Read the complete review
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