Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Naturally Powered Review



I'm a Bzz Agent, and Bzz about what products are like, good or bad.

For the recent campaign, I was sent a Naturally Powered All In One Citrus Toilet, part of a range as their name suggests, of  eco friendly cleaning products.

All the natural goodies in Naturally Powered for example  contain essential oils like orange, citrus, eucalyptus, and pine.

The ingredients read more like the back of a food item, corn, wheat, coconut, palm kernel and amazingly  potatoes!

The Citrus All in One comes in  recycled packaging, as do all the bottles. Plus they can be recycled again after.   It says on the bottle it disinfects, freshens and removes limescale from the toilet. 

I decided to give it a try straight away, the first benefit is a real intense lemon aroma, a good indication that it would freshen!

The consistency was thick and as I poured it around the toilet rim, it stayed put. This is a real positive, its very annoying when a product claims to clean the toilet, yet does not actually say on the surface.

I left it to do its work, hoping that it would. When I went back after a couple of hours, the bathroom still had a gorgeous lemony fragrance and the gel was still mainly in place.

As I flushed, the bowl was shiny and clean. I was happy, anything that saves me getting down and dirty can stay, the fact that it does all this without any chemical nasties is a bonus.

Perhaps my most surprising find was the price, £1.50 for a 750 ml bottle. I am happy to pay that when a product lives up to its claims and my Bzz is that its value for money.

In fact I popped onto Tesco's website to check out the prices and was pretty impressed with all of them.

I want a natural product, but I do not want to pay an unnatural price, they all are good prices.

Concentrated Lemon Washing-Up Liquid £1.25

Concentrated Non-Bio Laundry Powder £4.00 On special offer until February next year at two for £6.

Antibacterial Multi-Surface Spray  £1.80

Non Biological Laundry Liquid £5.50 On offer two for £9.00 again until February next year.

Disclosure: My post is based upon material (a bottle of Citrus toilet only) provided free of charge for review purposes. I have not been paid or otherwise compensated to promote the topic, product or service reviewed in this post.


5 comments:

  1. these seem surprisingly cheap.

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  2. Sounds like its worth paying for. I purchased a big brand loo cleaner (having 7 in the house our two loos are used!) & it never did anything, just came straight off the bowl.
    But I'll try this one, will go look if its available locally, was only in Tesco's with Mother yesterday, but thats not local to me!
    Thanks for another great review.

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  3. Sounds worth a try! And I love strong lemon scents :)

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  4. I like the sound of these, definitely worth trying a fresh lemon scent is lovely

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