Best bathroom cleaner?

(10 Posts)
Wenchelda Thu 13-Mar-14 21:51:21

So, thanks to recommendations on here, I tried harpic 100% limescale remover on my manky toilets and they came up like new with very little effort smile Is there an equally miraculous product for general bathroom cleaning? We have ridiculously hard water so around the taps and plug holes is always a nightmare to get clean and sparkly. Thanks :-)

jalopy Fri 14-Mar-14 19:47:11

I use neat vinegar to shift limescale. I soak a baby wipe in vinegar and wrap it around the taps, etc

I also really like the HG mould spray. It really whitens grouting.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 15-Mar-14 19:46:32

I use Wilko vinegar spray for super shiny glass shower screen.

MrsPear Tue 18-Mar-14 21:47:22

Flash bathroom for soap residue - dh up ends and squirts everywhere and doesn't rinse well IMO - and any other nasties - 2 small children. Windline -sp- for glass. I agree harpic is fab.

DramaAlpaca Tue 18-Mar-14 21:56:18

I'd echo neat white vinegar for limescale round taps & on the shower screen.

If you want a chemical product I've found Lidl's W5 limescale remover to be quite good, but we don't live in a very hard water area. I don't know how it would perform on the really tough stuff.

Tawnyfawn Wed 19-Mar-14 13:38:11

I also live in a v hard water area and use limelite or viakal spray on the taps, bath, shower screen and sink as my main bathroom cleaner, as water marks are the main problem. Then I just use flash bathroom wipes to wipe round the loo and tiles. Mould and mildew spray is great for any black spots that appear on the tiles or round the sealant.

sammysamsam Wed 19-Mar-14 18:02:58

Definately Sainsbury's own brand limescale remover cleaner (plain white spray bottle witha blueish label) We live is a very hardwater area and it works a treat. I'm sure I discovered it here.

GingerMaman Wed 19-Mar-14 18:12:33

Thanks Sammy, going to try that. And yes, Harpic is great! Thanks mumsnet!

Allofaflumble Thu 20-Mar-14 14:11:39

Harpic is great but I know it can stain wooden logo seats and floors if it splashes on them and impossible to get out.

Allofaflumble Thu 20-Mar-14 14:12:48

Toilet, tablet won't spell lu

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