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    What's Gumption? Haven't heard of that one before.

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    Gumption is like a paste, has gritty stuff in it so it gets all the soap scum off! Is good for kitchen benches too!

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    Isn't Gumption just a paste of baking soda/bicarb soda and vinegar? It's pretty amazing stuff! I use that, vinegar or Earth toilet cleaner and spray for the bathroom.

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    I have one of those sponge sticks that you fill with dish washing liquid for washing dishes for my shower. it has about 1/4 dish washing liquid and 3/4 vinegar in it - just rub it over the whole shower and rinse off, easy and great results much better than any of the other products I have tried!

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    Usually just Method, Gumption and Enjo cloths. If I need to I use Exit Mould.

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    Enjo bathroom glove and miracle towel with a bit of water.
    Been using it going on 2yrs now and its saved me heaps in bathroom cleaning product

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I found an awesome mould cleaner at Bunnings. I think it is called 30 seconds. You just spray it on and walk away, no scrubbing needed- you literally watch the mould disappear and wash it down. It was really cheap too and lasts ages (and we had a mould problem when we bought it!)
    I just saw the ad for this on tv and wondered what it was like! Although the dude on the ad was a bit strange :/

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    At work we use 3 different things. One is a citrus based all purpose cleaner. We only use that if the shower is pretty clean already. The others I'm not 100% sure what they are. The green stuff is septic safe but no idea whats in it and the powder is for major soap build up. if there is mould we spray with bleach (which is what all your fancy bottled mould killers are).

    At home I'm still using a bottle of Earth Choices surface cleaner. If the screen needs a bit more to get soap scum off I use a bit of bicarb. if I have mould I use vinegar because it will actually kill the mould, not just hide it.

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    I use Ajax. The floor cleaner for the floor and professional bathroom (purple bottle) for everything else.

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    Vinegar


 

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