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09 Sep 16

Ask Astonish

So, it’s the fourth in our series of questions and answers – it’s a bit like being on Master Mind over here at Astonish towers – but thankfully we have the professionals on hand to help.

With a range of more than 70 different products on offer it’s no surprise that people get confused about what does what, and what goes where! One of the most common questions is about our Mould and Mildew Remover – our top selling product.

Which surfaces are compatible with the Astonish Mould & Mildew remover?

Astonish Mould & Mildew Remover is a chlorine bleach based spray designed to kill and remove unsightly mould growth. It is designed for use on non-porous hard surfaces including walls, uPVC window frames, glass, plastic shower curtains, bathroom tiles, grout, silicone sealant, sealed concrete, sinks and plug-holes.

Although it is a really versatile trigger spray and delivers excellent results, when using it you must avoid contact with rubber, vinyl, damaged paintwork, aluminium, copper, brass, chrome, gold-plated surfaces, varnished or unsealed wood, damaged enamel and unglazed ceramic tiles.

As this product is based on chlorine bleach, care must be taken with coloured surfaces too. Always check colour compatibility on a small inconspicuous area first – after all you don’t want to spend your time cleaning only to find that you have damaged your furniture, walls or surrounds.

Top tip – To avoid splashing surfaces with our Mould and Mildew Remover, apply the product directly to a damp sponge and dab the area you want to treat.

We hope that you are enjoying our question and answer blogs and that you get some value from them. Please do let us know if there are any questions that you have a burning desire to share with us and we will make sure to get you an answer posted.

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