With tough soap scum on your sink, shower and tub, your bathroom probably takes the most time and effort to clean…and keep clean. That?s why Flash bathroom spray cleaner with the freshness of Febreze has blended the cleaning power of Flash with the freshness of Febreze, to leave your bathroom shiny clean and deliciously fresh in no time! On top, its shine protect formula prevents watermarks and soapy water build-up, so you can keep your surfaces shiny longer. You can safely use this bath cleaner everyday on your bathroom surfaces: Bathtubs, Linoleum, Showers, Sinks, Toilets, tiles, taps.
N?1 against limescale Long lasting shine (in sales)
Bathroom Spray Cleaner
Long lasting shine
Removes soap scum and dirt
Fresh scent recommended by Febreze
AmbientPreperation and Usage
1. Spray the bath cleaning spray on the surface to clean. 2. Wipe with a damp cloth then rinse thoroughly. For best result, let product act for 5 minutes before rinsing. Do not use on marble, stone containing marble, coloured enamel, worn-old enamel (>10 years), rugs, upholstery. For Aged/worn surfaces: test on hidden area. Never leave product on surfaces more than 10 minutes. Keep bottle upright. Do not use on marble, stone containing marble, coloured enamel, worn-old enamel (>10 years), rugs, upholstery. For Aged/worn surfaces: test on hidden area. Never leave product on surfaces more than 10 minutes. Keep bottle upright.Safety Warnings
Causes serious eye irritation. Keep out of reach of children. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Do not breathe spray. Contains Benzisothiazolinone. May produce an allergic reaction.Ingredients
<5% Anionic Surfactants, Non-Ionic Surfactants, Benzisothiazolinone, Perfumes, Hexyl Cinnamal
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