Another fairly new product on the block is the Flash Bicarbonate Spray. We mentioned this product in our last blog ‘7 ways to get your home to smell sparkling clean without getting a professional in’, but we wanted to go into a little more detail and help our customers to get to know such a well-loved item from back home.
What better way to introduce a product than to give some ideas for usage?! So here are five to get you started:
Spray around taps, leave for a few minutes and then see how easily the grime wipes away. Sometimes it’s good to use a toothbrush to get into the tiny gaps around the taps, but Flash Bicarb Spray will make that job a whole lot easier.
Spray around sink/shower/bath plugs to get them sparkling again. You can spray around the taps and then while you’re waiting for them to do their magic, you can spray and wipe around the plugs to bring them back to life. It’s easy to neglect plugs but it makes such a difference to a clean sink when the whole thing is treated instead of just a quick wipe of the surface area.
If you’ve got some limescale at the bottom of your shower in the tray, give this a spray around. It’ll probably be a good idea for this one to leave for a few minutes again before wiping away. While you’re at it in the shower, you might as well spray and wipe the screen doors down too if you’ve got them.
If you want to try something different to clean the top of your stove, then this product would be a good place to start. If you decided to clean the whole kitchen with this product then don’t be shy now, we know you’ll be glad you gave it a whirl!
- Ever clean your washing machine detergent tray? Well, you should. All we do is constantly put detergents and softeners in there, and it’s bound to build up at some point. There are also some nooks and crannies in the washing machine detergent tray, and the Bicarb Spray can help make that job easier for you. Might help if you use a toothbrush with this one, too.
If you’re ready to take a dive with this product then shop it here.