Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Cif Cream Review

When it comes to keeping the kitchen and bathrooms clean, I am always on the look out for products that make my life easier.  Cleaning products which actually live up to their claims and do the job efficiently, giving excellent results.

Cif Cream is a multi-purpose, white cleaning product which contains natural minerals, that claims to "remove 100% of dirt", "delivering beautiful results everytime"!  So I put it to the test to see if it could help get the family bathroom sink looking as good as new.  

The bathroom sink is an area of my house that gets really mucky.  Watermarks, the girls' make-up, soap build-up and greasy marks are the scourge of the sink.  The enamel has started to look dull and the plug hole has lost its shine.  If there was ever a test for a cleaning product that claims it can "rejuvenate" dirty areas of the home, this was it!

The white cream contains millions of microparticles in every drop giving a gentle abrasive action to the cream cleaner.  Together with the degreasing agents, it penetrates and lifts up the dirt. A small amount used on a surface goes a long way and cuts through grease and grime surprisingly easily. With a little elbow grease and a good sponge, the watermarks lifted and the soap scum cleaned away.  The residue washed away easily with running water leaving a sparkling and stain free sink.  It felt good to bring back the shine to my surfaces.


Cif Cream is tough on lots of household grime such as burnt-on food, other tough dirt, tough grease, soap scum and watermarks.  It can be safely used on ceramic, enamel, plastic, stainless steel and vitroceramics making it a very versatile and multipurpose cleaning product.

With an RRP of £2.50 for a 500ml bottle, Cif Cream will definitely be a product I use regularly.  I was particularly impressed that it cut through the watermarks and greasy scum without resorting to too much effort.  Anything that makes housework easier and quicker gets a thumbs up from me!

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