Grot Buster is no more across the planet as Domestos have pulled it as it wasn't popular.
The 23,000+ people who have seen my video would now beg to differ lol. Anyhow, I decided that it was the thick sticky consistency of the bleach the was the key.
So earlier this week I decided to turn 100ml of a standard bleach into thick sticky bleach. I thought of using other cleaning agents but if you mix bleach with common household things it can be toxic, I decided then that cornflour was to be my thickening agent of choice i.e. pretty inert and safe so I've been experimenting with it.
After a number of failures a one near disaster disasters, I succeeded. I've made a video on how I tested the sticky liquid which worked well.
The video is here on this site here is the link:
Testing My Thickened Bleach Ability To Remove Shower and Bath Mildew Black Mould
As usual it has a fixed1t very long descriptive name.
I'm going to try and get the video of how I made it together over the weekend and I'll let folks know when its done.
I hope you find the video interesting.
This is a great was to clean the shower and bath and it lasts so long I had to leave some areas untreated so I could grow a few black dots to test.
Malcolm (aka fixed1t)
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