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What's the least smelly toilet cleaner?

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randomsabreuse Sat 16-Apr-16 10:44:33

DH is newly on chemo and nauseous so needs to be effective but non stinky. Limescale control options would be nice - can be separate!

Currently considering Ecover as first try..

Thanks

Greengagesummer Sat 16-Apr-16 12:13:19

When I could get it, cillit bang was great. Have now moved to harpic white and shine (?) Which also doesn't smell but drips slowly so watch it doesn't hit the wrong surface.

randomsabreuse Sat 16-Apr-16 12:39:00

Think it's harpic he hates so far. Will get a selection

LovelyFriend Sat 16-Apr-16 13:33:50

I'd go down the eco brand route. Method, ecover etc.

Newes Sat 16-Apr-16 13:35:34

Method. Very subtle scent, cleans well, washes away leaving hardly any trace.

randomsabreuse Sat 16-Apr-16 14:27:04

Have ecover, where stocks Method?

Thanks!

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 16-Apr-16 14:30:25

Shampoo and a good scrub with a loo brush- comes up sparkling and smelling fresh.

Newes Sat 16-Apr-16 14:49:24

Waitrose and Sainsburys have it near me.

NicknameUsed Sat 16-Apr-16 14:50:55

No suggestions here, but I wanted to wish your husband good luck for his treatment, and hope it is a complete success. flowers

kansasmum Sat 16-Apr-16 16:43:50

After getting a bit concerned about all the chemicals I was using in the house I've made my own cleaning stuff.
Vinegar water and lemon oil in a spray bottle is what I use every day to wipe down sink and toilet. Vinegar smell dissipates very quickly and I switch out the essential oil I add. Quick swish with toilet brush after spraying and job done! Vinegar spray daily means no limescale build up.
Also make my own furniture spray olive oil lemon juice and vinegar in equal parts smells fab!

RoscoPColtrane Sat 16-Apr-16 16:46:08

Popping a denture cleaning tablet down the loo helps with limescale and is non smelly

randomsabreuse Sat 16-Apr-16 18:26:05

Need to balance smell with germ phobia with ease of use. We have an 8mo as well so am a bit time poor at the moment to say the least.

LovelyFriend Sun 17-Apr-16 12:18:55

Try www.biggreensmile.co.uk

RudeElf Sun 17-Apr-16 12:19:58

Vinegar.

specialsubject Sun 17-Apr-16 17:27:31

I use the Daisy anti-bac from Aldi, plus elbow grease and a pan scrubber.

very faint smell - I don't like reeking florals either. Also effective, as with chemo in progress this is when hygiene does matter.

all the best to your husband.

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