Cif Ultrafast fast-acting formula Multi-Purpose Spray with Bleach disinfectant 450 ml
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I use cif on the bath, and if I've got something somewhere that needs scrubbing off. It adds a bit more elbow grease, IMO.
Cif Bleach Cream with Microparticles 750 ml (Pack of 4) Cif Bleach Cream with Microparticles 750 ml (Pack of 4)
Magic erasers are abrasive so I'd be wary of using them everything. The only thing I use in is the loo. I use Flash bathroom spray for cleaning the bathroom and either ecloths or an ecloth mop and very hot water or hot soapy water for other jobs. Generally, multipurpose household cleaners are fine to be used in homes with a septic tank, but conservative use is key. Ensure your multipurpose surface cleaners and laundry cleaners are mild, and ideally phosphate-free, as these products will not contain the harsh chemicals that typically damage bacteria within your septic tank.Household bleach shouldn’t have much of an adverse effect on the bacteria within the septic tank, as the chemicals are generally in low quantities, and are not strong enough to affect the bacteria.
Cif Cream Max Power Spring Fresh With Bleach 750ml Cif Cream Max Power Spring Fresh With Bleach 750ml
What kind of bleach do I need? I want to clean the plastic bath mat, white plug and drain catcher - I've only ever bought toilet bleach - can I use that for general cleaning or do I need separate bleach? CIF is a mild abrasive cleaner, fab for things that need a bit of help and there is nothing better for stainless steel. However there is downsides, it can be too hard for some stuff, I.e it will scratch plastic and “dull” high shine plastic surfaces (baths etc). Also in recent years there have been some major environmental concerns due to the use of “micro beads” in cif. Bleach is bleach (sodium hypochlorite) doesn’t matter what bottle it is in (one designed for toilets or not) I use bleach for everything : there is no better germ killer, it kills every known germ on the planet, and is perfect for killing mould and whitening laundry. However, bleach is NOT a cleaner (it’s a disenfectant). So I use it in a soulution of water with washing up liquid with a cloth. Never mix bleach with anything but washing up liquid (especially never with either vinegar or ammonia).
A number of household chemicals are fine, but there are some chemicals that can cause damage to your septic tank and potentially even kill the bacteria that breaks down solids within your septic tank. Here at Drainage Superstore, we’ve put together some guidance on septic tanks and cleaning products, to help clear up some of the confusion. If you’re unsure about using cleaning products with your septic tank or are looking to reduce the number of chemicals used within your home, there are several cleaning products that you can make yourself using everyday items.