Dettol Mould and Mildew Remover

Dettol Mould and Mildew Remover Spray 750 ml

This product works miracles in the bathroom and anywhere else you might have mouldy spots. I use it to keep the silicone sealant clean in my bath and shower. It amazes me when I visit other people’s houses and see mouldy, black sealant around the bath, it is so easy to eliminate! Not that I can say anything, it would be criticising their cleaning, I just try to bring it up in general conversation and never after I’ve just been to the bathroom!

To bring your white surfaces back, just spray on this product and leave it, there’s no scrubbing involved. Once the sealant is white again, rinse to remove any traces. This spray contains active bleach which can react with other products to produce chlorine gas so make sure you don’t use it at the same time as other cleaners and always ventilate the room by opening a window.

Another use of this product for me is to remove annoying marks on white clothes which haven’t come out in the wash. It’s a great bleaching agent and (to me) seems to work better than straight bleach. I use a cotton bud dipped in the spray to control the area bleached, leave until the stain has gone and rinse well in water. You may find the fabric turns pale blue but don’t worry as this ¬†will come out when you rinse the bleach out.


My name is Caroline Sutton and I'm a wife and mother of 3 children, passionate about food, keeping me and my family healthy, gorgeous interiors and shopping! I have a degree in Biochemistry and Pharmacology and continue to be interested in the science behind diet and drugs. I also have a Diploma and City and Guilds in Interior Design and for the last 17 years have run a property company which develops, redevelops and manages rental properties: Sunlight Properties Ltd.

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