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Mr Muscle Multi-Task Bathroom Cleaner 750ml

Mr Muscle Multi-Task Bathroom Cleaner 750ml

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Mr Muscle Multi-Task Bathroom is the all-in-one trigger spray product that effectively cleans your bathroom surfaces, leaving a streak free shine, even on mirrors. Suitable for use on baths, tiles, taps and mirrors.

Code: 681894


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£2.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£3.59 inc. VAT
Size 750ml
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Mr Muscle Multi-Task Bathroom Cleaner 750ml

Mr Muscle Multi-Task Bathroom is the all-in-one trigger spray product that effectively cleans your bathroom surfaces, leaving a streak free shine, even on mirrors. Suitable for use on baths, tiles, taps and mirrors. So now you need fewer products to clean the bathroom. Do not use on wood or other varnished surfaces or on gold plated fittings. Test on an inconspicuous area before use. If in doubt about whether it is suitable for use on your surface, refer to manufacturer's instructions. Do not mix with other household cleaners. Turn nozzle to 'ON' position. On bathroom surfaces: Spray 15-20 cm from surface, covering all areas evenly. Allow the foam to penetrate soap scum and watermarks, then wipe with a damp cloth or sponge. For extra power on stubborn marks, leave for several minutes before wiping away. For mirrors: Spray directly onto mirror, wipe with a soft dry cloth to give sparkling streak-free results. See back of label. Test on an inconspicuous area before use. If in doubt about whether it is suitable for use on your surface, refer to manufacturer's instructions.

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