Cyclone Thick Bleach 5LTR - Handle Product With Care - Corrosive

Evans - Cyclone Thick Bleach

Highly perfumed thickened bleach with added detergent.

Suitable for a variety of applications including wiping down washable hard surfaces.

Kills up to 99.999% of bacteria. Passes EN 1276. Effective against MRSA.

  • Ideal for removing mould and mildew from grout in kitchens and washrooms.
  • If used undiluted, product provides 50,000 parts per million available chlorine.
  • Supplied in an angled neck bottle for use under the toilet rim or in a 5 litre bottle.

How to Use

Sinks, Toilets & Drains
Flush first and remove excess dirt and grime before cleaning and disinfecting.
Wet all surfaces of bowl interior, including sides of bowl and under the rim, with at least 100ml of bleach.
Do not close the toilet bowl lid.
To ensure disinfection allow to stand for at least 15 minutes.
Brush entire bowl thoroughly and flush.

To remove tough stains: Apply a generous amount of liquid directly onto the tough stain.

Hard Surfaces
Remove heavy soiling first, then dilute 1:50 parts of water (20ml per 1lt of warm water).
Apply with a sponge or mop, wetting all surfaces thoroughly.
Allow to stand for 10 minutes, then wipe away excess.

Bleaching Laundry
Dilute 1:100. If soaking overnight use 1:200 solution

Soaking Mops & Cloths
Remove heavy soiling first, then dilute 1:50 parts water (20ml per 1lt of warm water).
Allow to soak for a minimum of 15 minutes.
Remove and rinse with water.

Do not use on: Marble, natural stone, wood, painted surfaces, aluminium, carpet or paper.
Please take care when handling product to avoid spillages on skin and clothes.
Do not store near acid based products.
Product code:
Ex VAT: £15.11
Inc VAT: £18.13
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Associated Products
xx 30ml Pelican Dosage Pump for 5L Bottles 006.005 xx 30ml Pelican Dosage Pump for 5L Bottles £3.15
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