Product: Sumo Thick Bleach
One product that is usually always in a woman’s home is bleach for the toilets and ceramic tiles. Most of us can’t do without our bleach and the fact that they are so affordable makes them even more appealing. Today’s product review is about a bleach that is in the market right now and seems to have some appeal. I found it a few months ago and tried it. These are my thoughts.
Sumo thick bleach comes in two scents: citrus and pine. The citrus is in a bright green bottle while the pine comes in a blue bottle. There is one more scent, which comes in a yellow bottle, but I haven’t seen that on the shelves.
I’ve tried the citrus and the pine and the difference in scent is not much; it has more of an antiseptic smell. However the bottles are quite handy and nice to look at.
The first time I tried Sumo Thick Bleach, I was blown away. Just squirting it around the toilet and the bowl immediately became bright white; there was no need to scrub anything. It acted that way even on stains that had been there awhile. The quality was superb. However, something changed.
The recent one I bought, which also happens to be the last one I will buy, was like throwing money down the drain, literally. It had no effect on stains and scrubbing made no difference. It was a sad disappointment.
What I’m not totally sure about is if what I bought was a fake product, or if it is just that their standards have fallen. It is hard to tell. If you use or you’ve used Sumo Thick Bleach, please share your experience with us.
Price: 350 Naira
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