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Neat Antibacterial Bathroom Cleaner - Plastic Free Refill (Sage & Mint)

Neat Antibacterial Bathroom Cleaner - Plastic Free Refill (Sage & Mint)

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This Antibacterial Sage & Mint Plastic Free Neat Refill reduces the need for single-use plastic. Each of these 30ml bottles delivers 500ml of powerfully plant-based cleaning that kills 99.9% of bacteria.

This cleaner quickly dissolves limescale and soap scum build-up whilst leaving your tub, taps and tiles super shiny. Just add 470ml of water to your Refillable Aluminium Spray Bottle, pour in the refill and you're good to go! Don't forget to recycle or repurpose the packaging.

This Sage & Mint cleaner is intended for cleaning bathrooms.
These cleaners work best on wood, glass, stainless steel, sealed ceramic, laminates as well as sealed stone, granite and marble. It’s unsuitable for unsealed stone, granite and marble but make sure to test the cleaners on a concealed surface to check suitability before use.

- Reusable
- Vegan
- Not tested on animals
- Made with plant-based ingredients
- Non-toxic
- Biodegradable
- Recyclable
- Plastic-free refills
- No added dyes
- Made in the UK

Packaging: Glass bottle, aluminium cap, paper box

Sage & Mint:5 - <15% non-ionic surfactants. < 5% Disinfectants, preservatives (contains phenoxyethanol), perfumes (contains hexyl cinnamal, citronellol, d-limonene, butylphenyl methylpropional, geraniol, linalool, citral, eugenol.)


Neat believes that people and the planet deserve better. They’re here to help protect our planet by creating simple and beautiful solutions that inspire everyone to make sustainable choices.

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