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I admit I hate cleaning, but nevertheless it's a job that has to be done. I always used to use antibacterial wipes to clean my bathroom, but found I was getting through a lot of wipes, only for it to last a matter of hours before I needed to give some areas another quick wipe over. I came across the Flash bathroom spray on offer in Tesco a few weeks ago, costing £2 for a large 500ml spray bottle and decided to give it a whirl. The bottle comes with a gun sprayer connected at the top, which dispenses the foam like cleaning substance contained inside. There is a turning cap at the end, which is turned in order to close and open the gun mechanism. The gun spray aims quite well and sprays directly onto the areas I aim at, although I am now in the habit of spraying the cleaning substance onto a piece of cloth first as I find it easier to wipe around everything that way. Obviously, with it being a cleaning product, it should always be kept well out of reach of children. The spray has a very distinct smell, very potent although I don't find it all that off putting. Although it is strong, it is not offensive in any way and once I've used it across my bathroom, it kind of reassures me that the bathroom is nice and clean as it has a fresh scent to it. The product can be used on the majority of bathroom pieces, with the exception of marble, stone, cast iron baths and enamel that is over 10 years old or worn. We have a fairly new enamel sink, toilet, bath and shower tray, with glass screens and chrome fixtures so my use has been purely on those. The white enamel always looks very shiny after use and also lasts a good 4 to 5 days before I feel the need to wipe over it again - longer than when I used wipes alone. The sink areas always build up soapy residue and ends up with watermarks all over it from the continued use it has, but these just disappear once I've wiped over the surface with a bit of this. The chrome fixtures also look sparkling clean with a quick wipe over of this too. I would say that I spray the bottle two to three times on each occasion when using the kitchen roll. To do all of the bathroom pieces and fixtures, I probably use around 6 large pieces of kitchen roll so around 18 sprays per cleaning session! One thing that doesn't look too good is the glass shower screens when sprayed and wiped with a bit of this stuff. I have always struggled to clean those though with any cleaner, even those cleaners that are specifically for use on glass. I've found that very weak washing up liquid, then dried with newspaper seems to bring those up far nicer than anything! So the flash bathroom is great on almost everything - except glass screens which I still use an alternative method for. The spray does suggest on the bottle that the product should be left for five minutes for optimum results, but I've found that unless I leave the bathroom cleaning for longer than normal (more than a few days), I never need to leave it on at all - I receive good results straight away. I feel that my bathroom is lovely and clean once I've used this - much more so than using wipes and I will buy again once my current bottle runs out. The results last a few days too - although I've never found them to last the full seven days that the bottle claims I must admit. For £2 it's definitely worth it, given that I'd spend far more on branded wipes as an alternative. Four stars - just one off for the watermarks still being left on the shower screen made of glass. Thanks for reading :o)
I have just come to the end of my Flash Bathroom spray. It costs around £2 from the Supermarket however I bought mine for a pound from one of the pound stores. My bottle of Flash Bathroom looks more or less like the above picture but includes the word 'shine' I think it's been improved. The label has the usual instructions, warnings etc. The bottle is white with a blue spray lid incorporating an off/on nozzle to stop it spraying when not in use. The spray is a good size 500ml which has lasted me ages, only costing a pound this is great value although still a good price at it's retail cost. This product boasts Up to 7 days of 3x longer lasting shine for your bathroom surfaces Prevention from soap and watermarks (it's going to leave me a protective layer) and is safe to use on bathtubs, showers, sinks and toilets Having used it on all of those things I can vouch for it. The spray trigger works fine, it gives a directional spray of white foam with good coverage- not too much but not too little. I'm not keen on the smell it's hard to describe just clean really just a funny tang but nowhere near as potent as bleach. I don't wear gloves and this doesn't irritate my skin. Flash spray is easy to use I just spray everywhere including the loo and wipe off as instructed give a quick rinse and I'm done. I may leave it a few mins on tough stuff- I spray the hard to clean area first then wipe it off last and that's long enough. It cleans off dirt and grime with not much elbow grease. I do however find it more effective when used with a sponge rather than a cloth, I get more out of it that way too. Flash cleans and shines leaving the bathroom looking and smelling fresh, not sure about for seven days though as I do the bathroom more often than once a week. I would recommend it but 4 stars from me as although fresh smelling I don't like the smell.
Flash bathroom spray I like to use sprays when cleaning surfaces but because I am quite careless, I do prefer them without bleach as I usually end up staining my clothes. THE PROMISES... This apparently has a shine protect formula to help prevent watermarks and soapy water build up and offers up to seven days shine for bathroom surfaces. It is safe for use on all bathroom surfaces including baths toilets and sinks. Given this to be the case, I also use it in the kitchen because I am never too sure what the difference between bathroom and kitchen sprays are. PRICE AND AVAILABILITYY... the product is widely available in supermarkets and other stores. I bought mine for £1.59 but it is often in my local bargain store for £1. USING THE PRODUCT... To use the product, the turn mechanism close to the trigger spray should be turned to on and then the product just has to be sprayed not surfaces wiped with a damp cloth and then rinsed. This is probably one of the reasons it's best to use it in bathrooms because it's easier to rinse a sink or bath than it is to rinse a kitchen bench. For stubborn stains such as tide marks, I think it's best left to work for a couple of minutes before wiping the product. This seems to loosen off any stubborn bits of dirt. PRODUCT AND PACKAGING... The spray comes in a 750ml spray can with all of the information and instructions on the back. The spray itself is quite thick when it is sprayed and rather than coming out as a fine mist, when the trigger mechanism is pulled it does come out quite profusely. This for me is fine because I don't want to keep on spraying to get enough of the product onto any surface I want to clean. The product itself doesn't smell like other cleaning products which of ten smell of bleach or pine or something which is definitely cleaning smell. This one has a scent which is approved by fe read, and when I saw this on the bottle I thought it was just a marketing ploy given that they are both produced by the same manufacturer. However having used th product it does indeed have more of a fe read smell than a cleaning product smell. It's not floral or anything just not like a cleaning product. I quite like this because although it's not typical it does still leave the bathroom smelling fresh and with that just cleaned smell. VERDICT... this is a good quality cleaning product which does what it promises to do. It is easy to use and leaves surfaces clue and fresh smelling with not too much effort. The only thing I have an issue with is the seven day shine...can any product leave a surface shiny for seven days? I don't believe it could. And neither does this one. However, when just cleaned, surfaces are obviously clean. Recommended for cleaning bathrooms Thanks for reading Daniela xx
I have always used Flash bathroom GEL, which is no longer available. The new Flash bathroom SPRAY is nowhere near as good at cleaning. It leaves smears and the amount of spray required to do the same job as the gel requires 8 - 10 sprays, by which point I'm coughing and spluttering with the fumes! I have looked at every brand on the market hoping that I'll find another gel - No such luck! PLEASE bring the GEL back (alongside the spray if you wish).
I have a variety of cleaning products on the go in the bathroom, and this Flash bathroom spray has been around the longest. I guess that probably tells you all you need to know - it's definitely not my favourite! If you've read other reviews of mine you will probably guess that the reason's the smell. The smell of this spray is quite distinctive/unusual, sharp, slightly citrusy - it's certainly a clean smell but it's one I'm not overly fond of. As a fall-back cleaning product for when I've run out of others, though, I have hung onto it because it really does do a good job. The nozzle is protected by a little plastic "door" which you fold back to hold open by clipping into the top of the nozzle. Then it's a straightforward trigger action to spray the product onto your surface of choice. The spray that comes out is quite a rich white foam spray - thicker than other sprays I use in the bathroom and kitchen. This gives reassurance to your cleaning routine, somehow the thicker the spray, the more good it feels like its doing. Plus one good spray deposits a sizeable "splodge" of itself, so it really has been a good value for money purchase. The most important factor of course is how it performs, and I can definitely report that the effectiveness of this spray is really good. The instructions for use are to spray until the surface is thoroughly covered, then rinse or wipe with a damp cloth. I just spray onto the surfaces and wipe off more or less straight away with a damp cloth. It gives a real gleam with that limited amount of effort. For tougher stains you can leave on the surfaces for 5 minutes before wiping off. After cleaning the loo, sink and bath with this the smell of the spray really sticks around. So to me that's a downside but in fact I should more impartially say that this is probably a positive thing - because there's no denying that it's a "clean" smell. Sorry Flash, I know you're only doing your job, and doing it well, so I can only knock one star off, but this one's not for me.
I have various bath room cleaners and tend to vary which ones I buy as to whether they are on offer or not. I really like this spray it's easy to use and I like the finish it leaves on the surfaces as it gives it a good sparkle and makes it look really clean. This comes in a white bottle with a blue nozzle. My other Flash products are pink so this one stands out against them so I know that it is a bathroom spray. I bought it from Tesco for just under £2 which is quite reasonable for a branded product. The bottle is a typical spray one with little ridges on the neck for your fingers to grip and then a lever for you to pull. There is a safety cap on it which means you need to twist it to the 'on' position for it to work. When it is set to the 'off' position the lever cannot be pulled. This is useful for if it gets into the hands of little people by mistake but they may be able to turn it themselves so you still need to be careful. You cannot use this on marble. I spray this direct to the surface. The instructions say to leave it about five minutes before wiping as this gives the best results. I tend to spray all the surfaces and wait a few minutes and then rinse it away using a damp cloth. When it goes onto the surface it foams a little which I think helps to make it go further when I use the cloth to wash it with. It removes any dirt and grime and it does leave a nice sparkle. It has a general fresh smell to it but nothing too obvious which I think is fine I dislike my bathroom smelling strongly of oranges or something. The result is nice sparkly surfaces. I use a separate shower spray to use on my shower cubicle as I find that this just leads to smears. I rate this highly and think it is good value for money.
I am not loyal to any one brand of household cleaner, however, I do like to use a cleaner which is specifically designed for certain rooms of the house, such as a cleaner for the bathroom and a separate one for the kitchen area. A brand I trust is Flash and I know that my own mother used this while I was growing up. These days it's a bit more up to date and modern looking and the cleaner comes in one of those really popular trigger spray bottles that seem to be all the rage now. I buy my Flash bathroom cleaner from Home Bargains as it's considerably cheaper in there at only 99p for a 500ml bottle. I use this cleaner on al the surfaces in my bathroom and also in the shower. I spray it liberally over the washbasin, the bath, the taps and the tiles and even the toilet itself and it smells fresh and clean but not too overpowering as some cleaners can do. There is no need for me to have to ventilate the room by throwing open the bathroom window whilst I'm using this spray, even standing in the shower (this is how I clean it) and closing the door and spraying causes me no problems, though obviously it becomes more intense in such a confined space. As the bottle is trigger spray this means that I can direct the cleaner at the exact spot I wish to clean. The spray comes out of the bottle in a nice fine and even mist and to be honest, I don't find that I have to really use too much elbow grease with this cleaner as it brings off all the marks and soap scum with just a gentle wipe with a clean damp cloth. I also use this cleaner on my glass shower door and my bathroom tiles, and it doesn't leave smear marks or lines, in fact, if I just rinse and leave to dry, I find that the glass and tiles come up looking really good - very shiny and sparkling, as though I have been polishing them. It also leaves my bathroom smelling lovely and fresh and clean for ages after I've used it. It's fairly gentle on the hands too, though most of the time I do tend to use rubber gloves to protect my skin whilst doing household chores. However, on the few occasions I haven't worn gloves, this liquid cleaner hasn't affected my skin or caused me to have any reaction at all. Overall, it's just a brilliant all round cleaning product which brings my bathroom and shower room up looking great every time I have used it. It's very inexpensive, it's a brand I know and trust and I shall probably continue to keep on using this as a cleaning staple for my bathroom. Highly recommended.
So when it comes to cleaning products we tend to have to buy so many so I tend to look out for the ones that are on offer. I came across this flash bathroom spray and I haven't stopped using it. I will be honest the real reason I buy it, is due to the smell. I live in an apartment and it works a treat not only in the bathroom. I tend to spray this on my bath, wipe it and rinse it off with hot water. I leave my bathroom door open afterwards and it makes my apartment smell and feel fresh. It does contain bleach but it doesnt have that strong bleach smell. I use this on my tiles in my bathroom, my bath, my sink and my toilet. If theres any stubborn toothpaste stains, then I will spray this on, leave it whilst I am doing something else and it just wipes off really easily. At times I have also used this to wipe my surfaces down in my kitchen & my coffee table. It doesnt leave any residue and cleans really well, so why not?.. Overall smells great and works a treat, not too strong on your hands either!
Over two years ago my husband and I moved in to our first home together. During the last two years I've always kept on top of the cleaning but sometimes I have been a little slack with the really deep cleaning. After a recent bout of using a Soap & Glory body scrub I was disappointed to find that a greasy sticky film was left around the top of my bath and my taps and my usual bathroom cleaner that I had been using wasn't working. As we had guests coming over I was disappointed and wanted something to help me clean this as soon as possible. When I nipped down to Sainsburys a few weeks ago I picked up this Flash bathroom spray for just £1.00 for a 500ml bottle. The full selling price of this is £1.99. Normally when it comes to bathroom spray I use whatever brand I can get for a reasonable price and lately I've been using 'Daisy' from Tesco and the standard Sainsburys one too. These have all seen my bathroom right and left it looking clean and shiny for the most part, however, I just didn't find that the Sainsburys standard one was hitting the spot when it comes to removing all the greasy sticky film. I bought Flash because it is a brand that I know and trust. I have been using this spray on all the surfaces in my bathroom. Sink, tiles, taps, bath, toilet cistern, skirting boards too. I tend to just spray this on, wipe it off and then buff any surfaces that need it. For my bathroom tiles I spray this on, rub it around with a J-cloth or similar cloth and then rinse the tiles using my shower head. It takes just seconds to clean most surfaces and this spray is very simple to use too. I do not need lots of cloths or products to use this and if I just have a small mark or spill to tidy up then I just use a few sheets of toilet roll to wipe up this spray. This should not be used on marble surfaces or coloured enamel but we don't have either of this in our bathroom anyway. This has a trigger spray, which is easy to operate, and the nozzle can be turned in to the on and off position just to avoid it accidentally going off if you pick it up by the trigger spray lever. This spray is nice and fresh smelling. It isn't overpowering unless you spray your entire bath with it, as I did recently. Then the fumes can smell a little strong so I sprayed mine on, then rinsed it off with the shower head and then used it in small bursts with a J-cloth to remove any leftover soap scum or greasy film. The fragrance of this spray does last in my bathroom for a couple of hours which is nice and when I entered my shower for the first time after cleaning it using this I was pleasantly surprised by just how nice the fragrance is. It is light, clean and fresh smelling with no horrible chemical scent to it. Because this works so well there really is minimal time needed to clean my bathroom. I rarely need to scrub a surface instead just being able to wipe with a J-cloth to remove any dirt or liquid. My surfaces are left fantastically shiny after using this and they definitely seem to stay cleaner for longer which is a huge plus point for me. I haven't had any problems when using this spray, even without gloves, and I have very sensitive skin normally. I didn't notice any itching when using this or anything that made my skin uncomfortable. In all it is fair to say that I am going to rate this 5/5 stars and feel it is worth every little star! I have been really pleased with the results of using this. The sticky greasy film that was left around my bath was cleared up in just a few minutes and the bottom of my bath was no longer a slip hazard because of how greasy it was. I love how clean this makes my surfaces and I seem to be able to get away with cleaning properly just once a week, an improvement definitely.
~~~~~~~~~~~~ Constant cleaning ~~~~~~~~~~~~ With a white bathroom suite, white tiles on the floor and a mucky four-year-old on the loose, I seem to spend a depressing amount of time cleaning our bathroom! Pretty much every day I find that either the floor or basin needs a good wipe, and then the bath and shower need attention too! So a decent but cheap bathroom cleaner is much needed in our house. This bathroom cleaner costs about £1 from the supermarket so is good value, and despite using it frequently, a bottle does seem to last me a long time. ~~~~~~~~~~ The usual look ~~~~~~~~~~ In terms of design, it is what you would expect really - a plastic bottle with a spray nozzle at the top. The nozzle has a safety device on the end so you can simply turn the end of it to ensure that little ones can't spray this around. As you spray this, a jet of foamy cleaner is released. It has a fresh and clean fragrance, and doesn't smell too chemically, which is a great bonus. I tend to squirt this onto my tiles, then onto my sink, and then clean the floor while I let the spray on the sink get to work! This wipes off really easily and it always leaves my tiles looking really clean, without any smears of smudges. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ That sinking feeling ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On the basin this is also effective. My daughter tends to leave behind toothpaste and the odd blob of liquid soap around the sink after she has used it, and these comes off just fine with this spray - I can simply wipe it with a sponge and the dried up stuff is all gone. on my taps this also works a treat and again just a quick swipe does the job. For grubbier jobs I tend to leave the spray on for a bit longer to get to work, but I find a few minutes is long enough. It has helped me to keep my bath clean, and also got rid of any more stubborn marks in the shower. ~~~~~~~~~~ In summary ... ~~~~~~~~~~ Overall I have no complaints at all about this cleaner. It is cheap and it works a treat - so it's five stars from me!
Although I have tried own brands in a lot of areas in an effort to save money one product that I haven't been tempted to try an alternative for is this Flash bathroom cleaner. I regularly use it to clean my bath, shower and sinks and have been impressed with it since it was first recommended to me by my Mum. The bottle This Flash bathroom is a spray and comes in the typical shaped bottle for these products. The bottle is made of a sturdy plastic with a decent sized trigger for the spray. As expected on a cleaning product it has a child safety nozzle with on/off positions. Now I have toddlers in the house I have to remember to turn it to off before returning it to the cupboard where in the past I have just left it 'on'. The bottle gives the normal warnings of avoiding contact with your eyes, keeping it away from children and avoiding prolonged use if you have sensitive skin. I always wear rubber gloves when using this and other cleaners as I find they really dry my skin out. In use This spray is really easy to use and although the label recommends that you leave it on for 5 minutes I rarely do this as I always seem to be in a rush when I'm cleaning. You are then advised to rinse or wipe with a damp cloth. I use a bathroom cleaning sponge and find that this works really well, I only need to spray a few times when cleaning the bath and the product foams up really well on the sponge. I can then give the bath a good scrub round before rinsing. Once I've rinsed the bath is left really clean with no residue like I've had with cleaning products in the past, I hate getting into a bath that has a residue of bath cleaner. This cleaner also helps to keep your bath clean by preventing watermarks occurring. It doesn't remove all of the limescale build up around my taps but the taps themselves come up really shiny. I do live in a hard water area so expect to have to use a limescale remover on occasion. Price and Availability I paid £1 for a 500ml bottle in Tesco when it was on offer. It is currently £2 but can be found on offer at Sainsbury's for £1 until 2nd October 2012. I like to stock up when it is on offer so I always have a spare without having to pay full price. Would I recommend? Yes, this is the best bathroom cleaner I've tried and so I've stuck with it for years. Well worth a try and great value if you can buy it on offer for a pound.
Flash Bathroom Spray - 500ml currently £1 at Sainsburys and ASDA, and normally around £2 at the major supermarkets This product comes in a white bottle with blue detail on it. It has an on off type nozzle that is easy to direct. The bottle claims that it will promote long lasting shine. The new formula is supposed to prevent soapy marks or water marks for up to seven days. I found that when I used this product on a 'normally' (general tide marks form bubble bath rather than the rugby team popped round for a quick shower) dirty bathroom it was effective at removing any build up of residue in the bath and around the sink easily, and that it was useful as a quick way to remove water marks. I haven't tested the theory of seeing if it will prevent my bathroom getting dirty for seven whole days - I honestly feel the only of doing that would be not use it for seven days - however it does seem to make it easier to have a quick 'wipe round' clean that is effective. The product overall has a pleasant smell, and does not affect my hands when I use it (I have sensitive skin sometimes). It does so what it states it will, however I have to say that although it does have a good cleaning action there are products that seem to offer the same or better outcome while expending less elbow grease. For me it is a four star product, and I would recommend it if choice was limited, in that it is a relatively good product in it's price range - but I have products that I prefer. This review is also posted on Ciao! Under the user name Nimbo13
I tend to chop and change when it comes to any cleaning products, mainly motivated by price and special offers which is why I ended up with two of these bathroom sprays from Flash when they were on a buy one get one free offer in the supermarket. A single purchase was marked up at £2 so I effectively got them for half price and only a £1 each for the 500ml bottle. It has a standard trigger action dispenser, you first have to twist the nozzle to the open position which is easy enough to do, if you pull the trigger while it is in the locked position nothing will happen of course however do be aware that when you then twist the nozzle to open you may get a very small amount of spray leaking out. The downside with these trigger designs is when the level of liquid gets low you have to make sure that you tip the bottle to ensure that the liquid covers the bottom of the tube that is connected to the trigger so that it can work but to be honest even if there is a stubborn bit at the bottom you cannot get out it is not an expensive product in the first place. You can use this spray on all bathroom surfaces, it comes out as a white foam and once you have covered the surfaces you should leave it for five minutes to work its way into the surface and this makes it easier when it comes to wipe it away. I've never tried to ignore the instructions to see if you get the same results if you do not wait but wipe it away straight after application. It is easy to wipe away and I do notice that the bath and sink have a nice clean shine to them. It does not have an over powering smell to it like some bleach based cleaners but you do get a mild smell of bleach when using thuis. In terms of comparing it with other bathroom cleaners it is pretty good, nothing exceptional about it but then again I find pretty much all of the bathroom cleaners pretty good, the only one I have been disappointed with has been a Cyllit Bang product but that is more to do with the outlandish claims they make in the ads and then not living up to expectations. This cleaner from Flash is perfectly good and I would but it again if it was on offer.
When it comes to cleaning products I'm not faithful to any brands nor do I stick to value brands. More expensive cleaning products are often found on special offers and even in Poundland. One bathroom spray I particularly like is this one by Flash. The 500ml spray bottle of Flash bathroom spray usually costs around £2 normally, but I purchased mine from Tesco when it was on offer 2 for £3. It is widely available from supermarkets. --- Using the spray --- The spray bottle is easy to use, the end of the nozzle twists round to turn it off and on and the gun type trigger is comfortable and easy to pull to get the spray out. The only problem I've found with the bottle is getting the last dregs left in the bottom can only be done by tipping the bottle up, this means the spray would spray upwards, but I get round this by just spraying it onto a cloth instead of straight onto a surface. Once you have pulled the trigger, the cleaner comes out in a foam form. Once sprayed, Flash say that you should leave it 5 minutes before wiping off. I don't stand in the bathroom with a stop watch to make sure the 5 minutes are up, but generally give it a few minutes to get to work. After the few minutes are up I wipe the foam away and it does leave the surface looking clean with a nice shine to it, like I had been scrubbing for ages, but in fact, just wiped it. The spray is suitable to use on all surfaces of your bathroom, I use mine on the tiles, wash basin, bath and around the toilet. It handles all these surfaces well, and constantly comes out with the same clean results. The smell of the bathroom spray isn't as bad as some others I've used, there is a soft bleach type smell to it but it isn't too strong or in your face. It's more of a clean smell, without the disinfectant smell. --- Overall --- I'd definitely recommend this spray, although I'm not loyal to any brands, I do prefer this one and buy it if I see it on offer. The spray is easy to use, and the results are fantastic without much effort.
I bought this bathroom cleaner a couple of months ago when I ordered my shopping from Ocado. I usually don't buy specific bathroom cleaners and instead opt for anti bacterial multi purpose ones but as this one was on offer I thought I may aswell give it a try. The bathroom cleaner comes in a trigger spray of 500ml. The bottle is an opaque white meaning you cannot see the product through the bottle. The detailing on the bottle (trigger head, sticker etc) is predominantly a dark blue and there is a large yellow Flash logo across the middle. The bottle informs me that the spray is suitable for using all over the bathroom. However, there are a few limits when it shouldn't be used such as enamel which is over ten years old and polished surfaces. To use the spray you simply twist the end of the trigger head to the 'on' position and spray the product onto the surface you want to clean. I like the trigger and find it really comfortable to use, you need a certain amount of pressure to release the product but I like this as it means I have more control over how much I spray. To clean the surface you can either wipe it over with a damp cloth to remove the product and then rinse or leave it for up to ten minutes and then wipe it off and rinse. I have used both of these methods and both provide me with great results. When I'm in a hurry I tend to spray then wipe but if I have a bit more time I do leave it to work for a while on its own. My preferred method is to leave it a few minutes simply because it makes it far easier to clean the surface! Once sprayed onto the surface the product immediately foams up and you can hear it fizzing ever so slightly. Once the product is ready to be wiped off it is really simple to do and the sponge or cloth that you are using cuts through any dirt quickly and with ease. A few times I have also used the product and then simply rinsed it off and this is also effective. I especially find the spray useful on the bathroom sink which is prone to getting water marks and toothpaste smears etc. There is one drawback to the spray which is that the bottle doesn't suggest that it is an antibacterial cleaner which is of course very important in a room like the bathroom. To remedy this I just spray some anti bacterial cleanser spray on the surfaces alongside the Flash cleaner. The product lasts well. I've been using it a couple of weeks now and I am rather trigger happy but still have at least half of the product left. One thing I would prefer was being able to see how much I actually have left, even if it was just a small window on one side because I do like the design of the bottle. I really like this spray and have been impressed with it. It cleans effortlessly and cuts through dirt and marks easily. It leaves the bathroom absolutely gleaming and does a brilliant job on plastic, enamel and tile. I have also noticed that the bath etc stays shiny for longer after cleaning which is fab! The normal selling price for this spray is £2 however, I very rarely buy cleaning products at full price because you can buy them whilst on offer then pop them in the cupboard until you need them. However, I do think that the product is worth its full price because it works really well.