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To use bathroom cleaner in the kitchen

(7 Posts)
whoneedssleepanyway Fri 22-Nov-13 07:19:32

DH says I am that they target different germs.

I imagine they r all the same just branded/ smell different?

Who IBU?

Alwayscheerful Fri 22-Nov-13 07:21:45

Bathroom products target limescale.
Kitchen products target grease.
YANBU.

rememberingnothing Fri 22-Nov-13 07:21:54

Target different germs is ridiculous! Do germs know which room they live in? If a bathroom germ escapes and moves to the kitchen will the bleach in the product then not kill it?

YANBU

BuzzardBird Fri 22-Nov-13 07:23:33

"different germs" marvellous grin

londonrach Fri 22-Nov-13 07:26:14

I use the same cleaner for both cif multi purchase as i love the smell. I do find kitchen cleaner is too sicky a smell so dont buy them.

paxtecum Fri 22-Nov-13 07:27:21

I buy the cheapest liquid cleaner (30p) and then transfer it into a Mr Muscle spray bottle that I bought when it was on offer.

I live in an area with very soft water so no limescale problems.

Cleaning products are generally very overpriced.

YANBU.
Your DH has bought into the germ propaganda.

wonkylegs Fri 22-Nov-13 07:28:21

Hahaha your husband is an advertisers dream.
Kitchen one likely to have degreasers, bathroom descalers but essentially the same cleaning product in different bottles.

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