Advantages cleans well
Disadvantages more expensive than own brand cleaners
Cif lemon cleaner, or Jiff if you use the old name, the name was changes as Jiff is a difficult word to say in some languages Cif easier.
I bought some of this for my pre Christmas house clean.
Bought it in Tesco it costs £1.27 for 500mls Tesco own citrus cream cleaner cost for 54 p for 250 mls so this purchase cost me 19p more for the same quantity. I do often use the Tesco own but for some reason I chose the cif this time. This cleaner is made by Unilever.
Next upstairs to the bathroom. I cleaned the bath no scum on my bath now. Cif is non abrasive so it is good for cleaning not scratching. I cleaned the wash basin and the shower unit. I cleaned the tiles around the bath. The bathroom now had a faint lemon smell.
On my way between kitchen and bathroom is the hall I have a shelf there which has the shoes on it this gets very dirty so I gave this a clean with the Cif, looked much better.
Cif was first used in France in 1969, introduced to England in 1974 as Jiff in 2001 the name change took placeThe website http://www.unilever.co.uk/ourbrands/homecare/cif.asp contains information about this cleaner
|Value for Money||Reasonable|
|Do you need to use much for each clean?||A little goes a long way|
|Irritable to skin?||Fine|
|Longlasting effects?||Average results|
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