Shower head cleaner and disinfectant - 1l
Easily removes limescale and debris that harbour a wide range of potentially harmful bacteria and fungi, including legionella.
This unique & powerful formulation will help to increase the flow of water through cleaner shower heads & nozzles.
Great for hard water areas where lime scale Is a problem.
For a thorough clean, immerse your showerhead in a bowl of this solution, and watch it work its magic... the dirt will shift before your very eyes!
1 litre - 1-2 treatments (depending on size of showerhead).
(Not for use on copper or brass heads.)
This product is exactly as described in the description. It works efficiently and quickly. It is also easy to apply.
This product is exactly as described in the description. It certainly is very useful in a hard water area. But you do need a lot of it in order to soak more than one or larger shower heads.
Great product & I've found hardly any need for scrubbing with reg monthly/bi-monthly treatment on hard water deposits. Only downside I've found if you have a lot of shower heads & soak in a big bowl that's a bottle gone. So a larger size would b usefull. Brings our chrome shower heads up a treat I would recommend if you want a cleaner where's there's little to no scrubbing required
Excellent results from this product. Went around the house using this on all the showerheads. Soaking each and then scrubbing with a small nailbrush. Each one showed improved flow and looked clean and revived.
This is pleasant to use though care must be taken to wear gloves and be careful with the product - read instructions. It works efficiently and quickly. It is also easy to apply.
Hi, Does this product come in a larger size & can I get the safety data sheet for my COSHH records?
Hi, I am working for a company with a gym and we have 10 shower room. but the shower head is big and it 's fix to the wall so it cannot be removed to soak in the bucket of chemical. will it be as effective as just spraying the chemical on the shower head and leave it for a while before rinsing. do I need to dilute the chemical?