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cillit bang......

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helsi Sat 18-Jun-05 20:45:34

anyone used it and not found it as god as it seems on the adverts?

I used it on the over door the other day and it was rubbish. Didn't remove it very easily at all. In fact no better than my useual CHEAPER brand.

jessicasmummy Sat 18-Jun-05 20:46:34

we bought it and thought it was crap too - still under the sink..... i find a supermarkets own brand of kitchen/bathroom cleaner is a lot more effective!

Nemo1977 Sat 18-Jun-05 20:46:41

i found it to be same as the norm as well

helsi Sat 18-Jun-05 20:47:28

£2.99 I paid for mine and I buy Morrisons own at 79p which is still as god - if not better.

mogwai Sun 19-Jun-05 13:59:20

AAAARGH!

Don't use it on anything chrome!

It will knacker it up, good and proper.

Jbck Sun 19-Jun-05 19:23:43

Exactly what I bought it for & it's rubbish. Even worse than the Fairy Power Spray which I also fell for.

charliecat Sun 19-Jun-05 19:26:17

It works wonders on the top of my cooker, just as the ads say...strange, havent used it on anything else though.

vickiyumyum Sun 19-Jun-05 19:56:37

thought that it was crap too. i brought it to clean behind my cooker (was quite disgusted when it was pulled out to have new one fitted) and i resorted to sugar soap as cillit bang had no more effect than tesco's own brand!

myermay Sun 19-Jun-05 20:06:13

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ionaming Mon 20-Jun-05 18:44:13

Agreed......it's pants - no better than any other brand out there. But I DID try cleaning my copper coins with it to compare with the advert.......and it works brilliantly on them!!! So not very useful really, unless you have a particular liking for shiny coins

LipstickMum Mon 20-Jun-05 18:52:10

The name is just too weird for me.. cillit bang?? Am I missing something??

misdee Mon 20-Jun-05 18:59:03

mieow called it CLIT bang. i PMSL>

lemonice Mon 20-Jun-05 18:59:19

Yes it's rubbish, only bought it so that i could embarrass dp in the supermarket getting the name a tad wrong...

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