Shoppers can't get enough of incredible Aldi spray for removing mould
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Shoppers can’t get enough of an amazing mould spray from Aldi, with the photos of the before and after speaking for themselves of just how ‘incredibly well’ it works.
While most other areas can be tackled with some good, old-fashioned elbow grease, mould can always get into areas where your scourer can’t.
Thankfully, the Mums Who Clean Facebook group have the answer, and it won’t cost you much.
After seeing tip-offs within the group about a spray from Aldi, one Sydney-based mum decided to give it a go, and was thrilled to see it worked better than she could have ever expected.
She wrote in the group: “This is to thank all those lovely people who responded to my post 4 days ago. I tried Aldi Mould Away and it worked!!!! Sprayed around the kitchen sink after finishing work in the kitchen and covered with paper towels and left it overnight and repeated this 3 days. Thank you so much for all the suggestions!!!”
The Mould Away spray costs AUD $2.99, but if you’re based outside of Australia, a similar product called Kilrock Mould Spray has previously won five-star reviews online with UK shoppers.
While it’s not currently available to buy via the Aldi website, you can pick it up from B&M for just £1.99.
Many others were thrilled to see the results of the spray, too, with some saying they also successfully tried it for themselves.
One commented: “Amazing! Glad it worked for you and so incredibly well. I LOVE this product.”
Someone else said: “I've used this product in my bathroom and on the back of my bedroom curtains, it works, not only has it gone but it hasn't returned either.”
A third added: “I use it on my shower tiles spray it on and leave for about a hour then wipe down.”
Others warned that the product was primarily bleach, so it didn’t necessarily kill the mould spores.
One said: “Ok but just fyi. It's just bleach. Bleach doesn't kill mould spores. It won't be long until it's back.”
The mum who originally posted then replied: “Yes planning to get clove oil too and run over the silicon.”
Indeed, many also suggested using clove oil to try and kill the spores, saying it works best if you dilute it in water or vinegar to avoid staining the silicon.
Another explained: “All these mould sprays do not kill the spores, it only bleaches it. Use vinegar and clove oil. Spray with vinegar and leave for a min or 2 then wipe with paper towel. Then spray with clove oil (6 drops in water in a spray bottle) and leave to dry. Also tea tree oil is meant to kill it too.”