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I bought this Cif mousse when I saw it on offer at Asda for £1 which was a good price I have seen it for £2.50 which I wouldn't have paid but I would not really pay this much for any cleaner. It comes in a 500ml round can with a yellow see through domed lid which clips off easily. It has the Cif logo on the front and it tells you that the three steps to using it are simply to spray, leave and rinse. It also displays the usual list of ingredients and instructions for use and you can use it on plastic, chrome and enamel. It does smell quite strongly of lemons but it also has a chemical smell to it but it is not unpleasant. I had not used a mousse cream before so I was interested to see how it would work. To use it you just direct the nozzle at the area you want to clean about six inches away and press it down. I find that I don't have to press very hard for the mousse to come out and it comes out evenly and not in a great burst. The mousse itself is white in colour and quite frothy but is firm enough to stay on the required area without dripping. I have used this for general bathroom cleaning including the bath, shower screen, sink and taps and I have been generally pleased with the results. Cif tell you to leave the mousse for ten to fifteen minutes before rinsing it off however I have sometimes left it on for longer if I have sprayed and then gone to do something else in the house. To rinse I will just switch the shower on and spray it around the bath, taps and shower screen and for the sink will rinse it with a cloth I keep in the bathroom for this purpose. I will leave it to dry and will occasionally just give the taps a quick rub with a dry cloth just to finish them off and make them really shiny, but apart from this it does a good job of removing water marks on the shower screen and bath, and also soap and toothpaste from the sink. The smell of lemon does last for a good few hours afterwards and my bathroom does look bright and clean. I like that fact that you can spray it and then leave it to work enabling you to do something else before going back to remove it. I would say that this mousse is good for general cleaning and I probably use it once or twice a week but it doesn't work to remove mould or stained grout and you would need to use another more specialised product for this, but for a quick and easy clean and for £1 I would buy it again.
I do love to have a nice clean tidy house, however I don't particularly enjoy housework so I am always on the look out for products that will make these boring mundane jobs easier and quicker. Whilst doing my regular supermarket shop I noticed this Cif bathroom mousse, I had tried sprays and creams before but never a mousse. Cif promised that the bathroom mousse would deliver "brilliant results" with "minimum effort" and at just £1 I decided to put it to the test. Cif bathroom mousse comes presented in a cylindrical aluminium bottle with a spray nozzle on top. The brand logo and product name are clearly displayed on the front along with the easiest directions for use ever: * 1 - Spray * 2 - Leave * 3 - Rinse General information is given on the back including ingredients, warnings and directions for use, all of which should be read thoroughly before use. My particular bottle has a "citrus burst" fragrance and is specifically for the bathroom, other fragrances are available along with a separate product for kitchen use. The spray works very well, only a small amount of pressure needs to be applied to dispense the mousse and cover the required area. The mousse is white in colour and of a quite thick consistency, it stays in place and there are no unwanted drips. Cif recommend leaving the product for 10 - 15 minutes and as it gets to work I can go off and do something more pleasant with my time. Then I simply get the shower head and rinse the product off. Cif bathroom mousse makes the awful tedious task of cleaning my bathroom quick, easy and fuss free, plus it leaves my bath and sink shiny and squeaky clean. It easily cuts through all the general bathroom grime, soap and toothpaste marks. I was particularly impressed to discover it even brightened up my dull taps too. I tend to use the mousse on my bath and sink for a good clean once a week, I will do top up cleans too though with a multipurpose bleach spray just to keep any germs at bay. The mousse has a lovely fresh lemon fragrance to it which I quite like, it has a nice longevity too and can be still be smelled in the bathroom long after the cleaning process. Full price Cif bathroom Mouse tends to retail at around £2.50, which does sound a little expensive, however one bottle used once a week did last me quite a while plus it cleans extremely well with minimal effort. I will certainly be purchasing again but I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for special offers and stocking up.
This review is for Cif Bathroom Mousse in Citrus Burst fragrance. I purchased this from Tesco's for the promotional price of £2, however a quick search tells me this is normally between £2.50 and £3. I purchased this as there were some soap scum and line scale markings on my bathtub/shower and the regular multi purpose that I normally use just wasn't cutting it. I would pay this price occasionally but not as a regular purchase. The can contains 500 ml of product and I have cleaned my bathroom 3 or 4 times using it and there is only a small amount left. Not sure if I overdid it, but doesn't seem very good value for money. It is a large metal tin that is mainly silver and green in colour with a green pull off cap. Pulling off the cap exposes the aerosol spray which is slightly different to regular aerosols. Rather than the spray coming out of the side of the nozzle it comes out of the top and the pressure button is situated underneath this. This makes it easy to spray the aerosol upside down and sideways. The packaging tells me to 1. Spray 2. Leave 3. Rinse, that I will get brilliant results for minimum effort and the usual warnings about pressurised containers. I sprayed this mousse on my bath, shower and sink. It came out nice and evenly, leaving a visible layer of white mousse on the surface. The scent of this cleaner is very refreshing but quite overpowering in my small bathroom. It is recommended to leave the mousse to work for 5-10 minutes but I left it about half an hour. To clean it off I simply used the shower head and a clean sponge. The mousse rinsed away easily, taking with it the scum, grime and limescale and leaving me with a gleaming white bathroom! Even the taps were nice and shiny! The overpowering scent quickly faded I to something more subtle and easier on the nose once the product had been rinsed away and kept my bathroom smelling fresh for at least 24 hours afterwards I would recommend this mousse for tough bathroom cleaning, I however wouldn't make it my regular bathroom cleaner due to the price and the amount of applications per can. Therefore, I am deducting 1 star for that reason.
~*~ Cif Citrus Burst Bathroom Mousse ~*~ I, like most people, dislike cleaning with a passion. There are far more exciting things I can be doing with my time; therefore, If I find anything that I can do to tackle an awful job more quickly and easily, I'm there first in the queue. Cif Bathroom Mousse is one of the products I always try and keep in my home, but it's not perfect by any means, and hopefully my review will tell you more. Cif is presented to you in a very large 500ml pressurised can. There's nothing particularly appealing about its decoration but the minute I find it on offer, which it seems to be regularly, I stockpile several cans for use until the next time. Retailing around £2.50 per unit, it's not really cost effective for the amount of uses you get from each can, but knowing me I'm probably far too liberal with my application. I feel that around the £1 mark, it's a good deal, and therefore I take advantage. The mousse is for use on plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces - that'll cover most bathrooms then. I also spray it over the very fetching (not) ceramic tiles, remnants from the previous owner (what were they thinking). The very basic instructions for use are to: *1. Spray (15 - 25 cms away) *2. Leave for 5 - 10 minutes *3. Rinse. Obviously this sort of cleaning suits me down to the ground, in theory. I do have some misgivings though. This only comes in one fragrance as far as I'm aware, 'Citrus Burst'; I've checked Tesco, Asda and Wilkinson's locally for other fragrances, to no avail. While this would most probably have been my first choice anyway, if would have been nice to have a wider selection to choose from, something fresh and ozonic such as 'Ocean Breeze', would have been a nice alternative. While the scent isn't very natural, it doesn't smell overly of chemicals either, which is a bonus as highly fragranced products are triggering my nausea at the moment. I like that I can spray this mousse around, and go and do something else, like cleaning the loo :(, while it works its magic. Don't tell me I don't know how to have a good time. :o) When you come back to it, it's simply a case of rinsing the product away. That's all well and good, but that only works for a quick clean in between a more thorough and hygienic clean. This won't tackle mouldy silicone seals or greying grout, this is simply for a quick ten minute spruce up, rather than a full on spring clean. Another thing that annoys me, is the fact that it's extremely flammable as solvents are used, being a pressurised can. In this day and age, surely they could have come up with another method of creating the foaming action? The foam spreads over a wide area and quickly, but I wouldn't have minded a trigger action bottle if the after effects were the same. There are warnings on the can as one would expect - Keep away from children, and from eyes and inflamed skin and rinse well with water if they do; and others not quite so obvious, so make sure you read the instructions before first use. This cleans well and quickly and easily and I recommend it for that, but is it worth its full price? No, not really would be my answer. It's good for a quick spruce up of your bathroom on the days when you haven't got the time or inclination, to do a proper job. It freshens your bathroom up beautifully, but there are other products out there that outperform this if you're thinking of a good, deep down hygienic clean. Therefore Cif Bathroom Mousse only gets three stars from me. It's good but not brilliant.
I bought a bottle of this Cif Mousse in Citrus burst when I saw it in Asda on promotion for £1. It currently retails at £2-£2.50 so this represented quite a saving on this. I thought it was a different way to clean - having only used gels or sprays previously to clean my bathroom - and wanted to see if it was more effective. The cleaner comes in a silver metal aerosol can with a clear yellow plastic lid. It has a pressure spray nozzle on top. The can contains 500ml and promises that it gives brilliant results with minimum effort - sounds pretty good to me! It is suitable for use on plastic, enamel and chrome. To use, you simply point the spray nozzle at the surfaces in the bathroom that you want to clean (about 5-10 cm away) and compress the nozzle. This causes the area to be coated in a thick white foam - like a shaving foam - that thickens and increases in size in the seconds after application. It has a really strong lemon scent, which I find fresh and clean - but then I am a fan of lemon scented cleaning products. For some, it may be too much or a little overpowering. I spray this on my bath, shower tray, head and doors, sink and taps. I then leave this on there for 5-10 minutes and then rinse off. I find that this brings my taps and shower head up really well - soap scum is removed and they look sparkly clean. However, with the bath, sink and shower tray I find that if I simply rinse the foam off it doesn't clean as well as I like - leaving it a little streaky and some sign of soap scum etc. Therefore I usually use a cloth and wipe this over as I rinse. I do also find that the foam can be a little 'messy' to apply - coating tiles etc - so it can be tricky to make sure that the product is thoroughly rinsed from all surfaces. Overall, this certainly makes a change from sprays and it does take some of the hard work out of cleaning my bathroom. However, it is not quite the easy solution that it seems - I find rinsing is not always enough to give the clean finish that I am after. The smell is lovely though and does linger in the bathroom for up to an hour after application - adding to the clean, fresh feel. I would probably purchase it again if I saw it on a similar offer but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it again.
Cif bathroom mousse - £2.50 at ASDA Now I'm a bit of a lazy cleaner, so any thing that can be just left to soak, and then wiped in my book in considered to be good. Not only can this mousse be sprayed and wiped down it's actually quite good fun to use. I mean don't expect Alton Towers or anything, but it's mildly entertaining and quick. So the mousse comes in lemony fresh (officially called citrus burst), and although there is another flavour my local ASDA do not stock it so I cannot comment on the scent. To me the scent does have a bit of a bleach undertone, but the lemon scent is strong, and not unpleasant. The can is a pressurised container, and such be disposed of without setting fire to it, or bursting it. The top of the bottle has a plastic 'notch' to press down on, and a short nozzle that will direct the flow of the product directly up if the bottle is not 'aimed' at something. (The bottle comes with a warning not to spray it upwards, and I'd definitely say don't get it in your eyes)... When the product comes out is looks very like hair mousse, but it does loose it's consistency quite quickly. Now for the fun bit, you can spray the product down the overflows of the bath and basin and make it come out the plug hole... I personally justify this by saying I'm cleaning out the pipe work, but really it's just fun. (I've done it in the kitchen sink too, which probably has more justification to it)... I'd personally recommend this to people as it's a hassle free way to clean, and it's effective. Each bottle tends to last one application, but if I don't play then it'll last two - but for me it's a great way to get a real deep clean.
I don't use this mousse very often anymore, not because I don't like how it cleans but because of the huge price tag attached to it! I was regularly able to pick this up for £1 either in my local supermarket when it was on offer or my local Poundland when they had it in stock however with the price hike from the regular £2 it's now around the £2.50 mark and for what this does I feel it is too expensive to buy regularly. If I see it floating around my Poundland then I would buy it again without a doubt. This mousse comes in a tall can with a transparent green, dome shape cap which clicks on and off the can easily enough. This is not a safety cap however so it should be kept out of reach from young children. The can is bright and details the name of the product, we're told it holds 500ml's and that this particular scent is 'citrus burst'. On removing the domed cap there is a white plastic lever which as you hold the cap upside down or at least at an angle you hold down for the product to come out. Using the product is as simple as spraying the mousse onto the surfaces you require it to be, leave it for 5-10 minutes and then simply wipe off. It's suitable for a variety of surfaces, it doesn't detail anywhere it isn't suitable for but I didn't use it on my floor tiles nor my shower screen as I have separate cleaners for these. I sprayed the whole bathroom as the walls are all tiled as well as the sink and the bath. On spraying a small amount comes out it doesn't go like hair mousse (my thought when I bought it) it's just like a regular spray that foams up a little, not exactly what I was expecting but however. The scent to me doesn't seem like citrus at all but then I don't seem to find that cleaners have the ability to smell like anything other than fake chemicals which doesn't bother me too much. It has a very clean and fresh scent, it has the fake smell too it but it's not overpowering in any way. When I returned a little later (definitely after the recommended 10 minutes) I could definitely smell the product over the bleach and cleaner down the toilet. It was actually quite nice I have to admit. It was extremely easy to clean using this mousse, I simply wiped over the surfaces with a cloth and all dust and marks were removed. Any soap deposits were also easily removed as were any mineral deposits from the water which can leave an orange slime but this got rid of every mark I could find. The taps came up nice and shiny and there were no streaks left on the chrome which I was extremely pleased about. I like this product as I can easily spray the mousse and leave it to work it's magic while I do something more satisfying than cleaning the bathroom and then come back and wipe it off. It leaves everything clean and shiny and I am more than pleased it works. I also like that it leaves the bathroom smelling clean and fresh for a good few hours after the bathroom has been cleaned. I done mine this afternoon around 1pm and even now (6.30pm) I can still smell the freshness of the product which is exceptional in my opinion. As I said I wouldn't pay the £2.50 for it as I can get the same results by using a simple spray at £1 and using some elbow grease but if I see these on offer for £1 I definitely would buy them as the convenience is a great feature! I have been using this particular can for around a month now and I still have plenty left so a little goes a long way which is something else I really like about this product.
I love my home to be fresh and clean, like most of us do I guess. I spend a fortune on cleaning products weekly to keep my living space spick and span but I do appreciate products that work harder than I have to and want my cleaning to be as fast and as effortless as humanly possible! I bought this product for my bathroom last week, in Asda as t was on offer from around £2.00 a can usual selling price to a pound a can and as I'd never seen it before yet alone ever used it I thought it sounded interesting being a leave on mousse idea and bought myself a can! The Packaging: The can is large and holds 500ml of the product and is a long and cylinder and green and silver coloured and on the front of it we are told that it is CIF Bathroom Mousse 'Citrus Burst' (there are other fragrances available as well by the way) and that to use it you just spray, clean and rinse and that it gives 'Brilliant Results' and 'Minimum Effort'. On the back of the can other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, ingredients, warnings and the size is stated and contact details for the manufacturer are given (unilever). To the top of the can there is a white push button plastic dispenser which is easy to use and over that an easy to pull on and off see through bright green coloured lid. There is plenty of information on the can given in foreign languages too and all in all this is a nice enough styled and informative can. Using It: To use this is really very simple indeed. On the can we are told to spray some mousse on to where we want to clean in our bathroom and then leaves it for 5-10 minutes before rinsing it away. This (according to the information given on the back of the can) is suitable for plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces. I simply spray my bath, shower head and taps, my toilet, sink and I personally even use this on my tiles as well. I don't use it on my shower screen or mirrors and/or glass as it smears badly and on my laminate floor makes it greasy but to be fair we are not told it is ok to clean these areas on the can anyway with this and I can see why. I direct the nozzle where I want it to go and out comes a bit of white mousse and it quickly doubles in size. This particular fragrance does smell vaguely citrusy but a little fake for me and a bit too sweet but its ok and not awful. I always leave it at least 5 minutes then I wipe the mousse away or say in the bath I will shower it away or use a jug of water and simple swill down the area. I absolutely love this mousse! It removes grease and grime easily, grub from around taps and the likes and chrome is left shiny without me having to polish it or anything else. It leaves the room smelling fresh for a good time too though I have to admit I am not overly keen on this particular fragrance....... it does smell better than dirty, nasty niffs. I spray some into my toilet, as I said wipe down plastic with it and a little of this product really does go a very long way indeed! I won't personally be purchasing this particular fragrance again but I will be buying the product again as this removes hairs from my bath I've forgotten to remove, dirt from in between my tiles that has collected over time and around my taps and stuff is now gleaming. I like this product cos it works and I don't have to. It rinses off with ease and you can get away with simply wiping it off surfaces with a damp/wet cloth as well! Available in all good supermarkets etc. This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
I first purchased Cif Bathroom Mousse a few months back on a bit of a whim - I had intended to buy the cheaper Morrisons own brand spray, but I was interested by the idea of a mousse. The only variety available in my local Morrisons was the lemon one (citrus burst), which I probably would have chosen anyway had there been a choice. Cif Bathroom Mousse costs around £2.50 for a 500ml can. The can itself has a nice solid feel to it, when full it is quite weighty, which for some reason I can't explain seemed reassuring - like it was a hefty product which would do what it promised. The mousse is suitable for use on plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces, which should cover everything in your bathroom. It doesn't say it is suitable for glass such as shower screens, but I wouldn't intend it for use there anyway. I don't have a bathroom cleaning schedule, I tend to do it when I feel it needs cleaning, usually once or twice a week - and I never let it get too messy. As a result I've never tried the Cif Bathroom Mousse for really heavy duty cleaning, but I would expect anyone who needs that would probably go for a stronger cleaning product anyway. To use the mousse, you give the can a good shake and then spray onto the area to be cleaned. Leave the mousse for five minutes or so, and then wipe or rinse away. The mousse is incredibly easy to use. There is no scrubbing required, which suits me down to the ground - I'm all for quick and easy cleaning solutions. Although you can just rinse it off, I usually choose to wipe the mousse away and then rinse - it just feels like it should be more effective doing that, although having tried just rinsing, it seems to be just as effective then. After cleaning the bathroom with the mousse - I use it on the bath, sink and toilet - all the fixtures are sparkly clean. I actually think it is more effective than the standard spray and scrub method I used to use. I have found that sometimes I need to have a bit of a scrub at any marks (shampoo spillage on the edge of the bath for example), but on the whole the Cif Bathroom Mousse does the cleaning for me. The scent of the citrus burst variety of the mousse which I use is quite pleasant - it is a typical sythetic lemon scent that you find in many cleaning products. I don't find it to be overpowering, and once the bathroom is rinsed there is just a slight hint of the scent lingering. This is just the right level - I want my bathroom to smell clean and fresh, but not too much of cleaning products. The Cif Bathroom Mousse comes with the usual warnings to keep out of reach of children and don't breathe in the fumes. It also advises that it is a pressurised container and should be kept out of direct sunlight and high temperatures - so don't keep it on your bathroom windowledge. I am very happy with the Cif Bathroom Mousse - I'm now on my second can, the first having lasted a few months, and I'll be continuing to buy it. It may be a bit more expensive that standard spray cleaners, but as far as I am concerned it is worth paying that bit more for. It is a really easy and effective way to clean your bathroom with minimal effort, and that is exactly what I am looking for from cleaning products.
After trying a really weak bathroom mousse made by Morrisons my mum went back to using Cif as it's the best! Made by Unilever in the UK the bottle I am reviewing is the Citrus Burst which is 500 ml in size in a metal container (recycle please!)... The can always feels really cold and is is tall and has a plastic dome shaped lid and it is a pressurised spray which you need to shake up really well first before using. The front of the can says: 'brilliant results, minimum effort' and to spray, leave and then rinse. The mousse is suitable for enamel, plastic and chrome surfaces but it has strong ingredients so to keep away from irritated skin and eyes, etc. You need to spray 15-25 cm away from the grimy area and then spray leaving for 5-10 minutes to eat into the dirt and loosen any muck... The spray is a really strong white foam that fizz's on contact with surfaces and then starts acting straightaway :) Over time the foam shrinks as it works on the dirty areas and then is ready to rise away. This method is designed to save scrubbing at areas like limescale and tide marks around the bath. Cif mousse is really effective and good at its job, I think it works really well and everything looks sparkly clean and really well done without any effort - you simply go away and let it act upon the grime after pointing and spraying! Five stars from me; this costs around £1.50 a can and lasts ages depending on where you use it. It is great on toilet bowls too ans smells lovely and lemony!
Cleaning the bathroom has got be my least favourite household chore, therefore I try to use the best products available to make the job as easy as possible. Cif Bathroom Mousse has got to be my favourite and I have tried many different varieties over the years. I will buy other brands of bathromm cleaner if they are on special offer but if there are no good offers available Cif will always be my first choice. Cif Bathroom Mousse comes in a 500ml cylinder and I pay £1.59 from Tesco's for this. The mousse comes in three different varieties, Ocean Fresh, Lemon and Citrus Burst. I buy the Citrus Burst, which comes in a green can but only because I like the smell, I am sure the others are just as effective, they just smell different. I love the smell of Citrus Burst it leaves your bathroom smelling clean. CIf Bathroom Mousse is suitable for plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces. Before using the bathroom mousse you need to give the can a good shake and hold the can in a downright position to spray. It works in three simple steps: 1 - Spray onto the surface, holding the can about 15-25cm's away. 2 - Leave for 5-10 minutes 3 - Rinse away. If you follow the instructions as above it will clean your bathroom but I personally would recommend giving it all a good scrub before rinsing the mousse away, this will guarantee your bathroom is really clean. After using, my bathroom always looks shiny and gleaming white. The results are really brilliant and I don't think can be achieved with other brands of bathroom cleaner. Using Cif Bathroom Mousse seems to keep my bathroom cleaner for longer too. The mousse also lasts longer than alternatives available, a 500ml can will last ages. Maybe because you don't need to use much to get the results. Overall a great product that really does do what it says on the tin. Would highly recommend.
I bought this on recommendation from a friend and colleague, who uses it for cleaning at work as well as at home. She said it does the job where other cleaners are just not good enough, so I promptly went out and bought some. I paid £1.05 in Tesco, which I thought was surprisingly cheap for a big name brand like Cif. Cif claim that this bathroom mousse gives brilliant results with minimum effort. You just need to spray the mousse on, leave it 5-10 minutes, and rinse it off. It's suitable for use on plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces. The mousse comes in a tall cylindrical can with a see-through lime green domes lid. The top has the usual mousse-can spray, with a button at one side of the nozzle, which you just press down and out squirts the mousse. It's really easy to use and to direct the spray where you want it. It's easy to spray the mousse evenly over a surface, you just need to experiment at first to find out how far away to hold the can, but I find holding it about 10-15cm away gives the best results. The fumes from the mousse are very strong, so I'd advise to keep a window open while you're using it, and even though it has a citrus fragrance, this doesn't really take the edge off the fumes. So, after leaving it to work for 10 minutes, the mousse has mainly disappeared and all that's left is to rinse it off. Well, that's what the instructions say anyway. Unfortunately I find that just leaving it and rinsing it off is really not enough to get rid of any marks you may have around your bathroom, such as limescale and watermarks. It's fine if your surfaces are pretty clean anyway, but if not then it really needs a quick scrub down before rinsing the stuff off, and this way it does take away pretty much everything. The problem with this mousse is that you have to use quite a lot at a time. I found to do my bath and sink took over half a can, so the can wouldn't even do them both twice, which is quite disappointing. Apart from that fact, I was really impressed with results that could be achieved with this and a minimal amount of scrubbing, and I will be buying it again.
When I saw Cif Mousse reduced from £1.56 to £1.05 in my local Tesco, for a 500ml can, then I decided to pick some up as it's been a while since I used this and I think it's purely because I switched to cheaper products. This product comes in a can with a plastic lid and a press down trigger to dispense the mousse. I gave the can a little shake before use to make sure it was ready and it did come out quite thick and expanded on reaching a surface. This can be used on plastic, enamel & chrome surfaces so should be ideal for most areas of the bathroom and I used this on the bath, sink, taps & the cistern of the toilet. Simply spray on the mousse and leave for 5-10 minutes before wiping away with a cloth or if you're cleaning the inside of the bath with it then I'd recommend using your shower head to rinse it away whilst wiping with a sponge to make sure you remove any residue & dirt. It did work very well and the 'citrus burst' variety had a lovely fresh citrus scent to it. My bath, sink, cistern & taps were all left gleaming and I did not have to put in much elbow grease at all to get everything shining and looking lovely. The mousse covered the surfaces well and even with daily use I'm sure this is going to last at least a few weeks as I've been using it for 3 or 4 days now and it still feels as full as when I brought it. Be careful with the fumes from this product (as with any cleaning product) and keep it out of reach of children or vulnerable adults. I would definitely recommend this cleaner, it worked very well, smells nice & left everything lovely and gleaming with minimal effort from me and for these reasons I am rating it 5/5.
Cif Mousse bathroom cleaner is a favourite of mine. I use the Citrus Burst but it also comes in Lemon and Ocean Fresh. It comes in a 500 ml can and costs about £1.39 per can, you just shake it, spray it on the bath or sink and leave it for a few minutes then rinse it off. To be fair with stubborn marks you might need to give it a helping hand but it is a very effective cleaner. I have to confess that I don't just use it in the bathroom. I have found it to be an effective stain remover on children's clothes, just spray it on the mark and leave it till you put the washing on. It will do a good job removing greasy, dirty marks. I also use it on the wallpaper in my hall. When the dog comes in well and muddy she has a habit of shaking the mud all over the walls. The paper is washable but not scrubbable so I spray some mousse on and leave it for a minute and then just wipe with a damp cloth. It is very effective and hasn't damaged the paper. If you have mucky kids or a mucky dog, like I do, then this product is very useful and versatile.
I find cif bathroom mousse one of the better products to use when I'm cleaning my bathroom, it's another well known unilever product and they come in a variety of smells which are lemon fresh, citrus burst and ocean fresh. Directions for use: It couldn't be simpler, shake can making sure you hold it upright before use, spray area required, leave for 5 to 10 minutes then rinse off. I usually open a window while using and dont spray on too much as I find it can be strong and overpowering at first. But once rinsed off the smell last's nearly all day, and the scent is much more subtle. Cif mousse is suitable for plastic, enamel and chrome surfaces and comes in a 500 ml can which I paid £1.45 for.I find this very good value as the can last's quite a long time. The can once empty is also able to be recycled. My favourite of the three smells is ocean fresh as I just think it's a better smell for a bathroom, and it leaves the bathroom glistening after usage. I would recommend this product to anyone, I hope you like it as much as I do.