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Anyone used Method cleaning products in a hard water area. Do they work? If not, what does???

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Minicooper Thu 18-Sep-08 07:12:45

Very hard water area here, what do you use to clean your bathroom? Taps and shower doors are particularly stubborn. Method stuff looks and smells nice, but does it do the job???

RandomFlopsy Thu 18-Sep-08 07:47:52

Method stuff a total waste of money ime.

I'm afraid I have been buying that cillit bang stuff. It works really well - but god knows what it does to the environment.

Finbar Thu 18-Sep-08 07:56:07

I use the light blue bathroom cleaner stuff - it does get rid of soap scum (why do they call it that?!) and a bit of the limesclae.

For the best limescale cleaning I do us the Ecover Limescale remeover - pretty good actually.

HensMum Thu 18-Sep-08 08:18:53

Cif mousse is pretty good. I also use white vinegar a lot. Mix it up with water and tea tree oil in a squirty bottle and also use it neat on taps and things.

jazzandh Thu 18-Sep-08 14:09:01

Method have got a new tub scrub - a bit like Jif - works as a once a week scrub, but the normal bathroom stuff keeps on top on a daily basis.

Also second Ecover Limescale remover!

TheGINLady Mon 22-Sep-08 14:45:12

method are great. I use the general tub + tile product as well as their scrub thing. definitely the best on the market. i wouldn't want my little munchkin to get a mouthful of cif - yikes. So to answer, yes method works and you'll also have the peace of mind knowing it's non toxic. did I mention how much I love method?!

TheFallenMadonna Mon 22-Sep-08 14:49:39

White vinegar v effective on watermarks.

poshwellies Tue 23-Sep-08 10:58:54

I use method in a hard water area and it works just fine-agree with Ginlady-I use tub and tile and the shower one they do -which works and smells fab-I use Method and Ecover.(I heart method more though!)

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