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where salud cleaner 2en1

2 in 1 Cleaner - Where to buy La Salud 2en1
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Help needed please!

I am trying to locate this particular 2 in 1 cleaner. I have tried all our local supermarkets with no luck. Maybe they had run out or didn't carry it.

The reason I am particularly keen on getting this one, is that it is the only cleaner I have found, that removes plant stains from our terrace. I have tried bleach and all other manner of cleaners, with no joy. This one fizzes on contact with the stain, and it works. I would guess it has hydrogen peroxide in it, amongst other things.

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I'll keep an  eye out for you!  But in the meantime, you could try damping the mark and then sprinkling with Bicarbonate of soda powder.  That will fizz and I often use it as a cleaning alternative. Sometimes works, sometimes not but worth a try.
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(06-12-2018, 09:40 AM)Emmi Smith Wrote: I'll keep an  eye out for you!  But in the meantime, you could try damping the mark and then sprinkling with Bicarbonate of soda powder.  That will fizz and I often use it as a cleaning alternative. Sometimes works, sometimes not but worth a try.

Thanks Emmi I will give it a go.
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(06-12-2018, 09:58 AM)MLA Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 09:40 AM)Emmi Smith Wrote: I'll keep an  eye out for you!  But in the meantime, you could try damping the mark and then sprinkling with Bicarbonate of soda powder.  That will fizz and I often use it as a cleaning alternative. Sometimes works, sometimes not but worth a try.

Thanks Emmi I will give it a go.

Do you get the Bicarbonate of soda from the baking section locally?
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Yes it is called Bicarbonato Sódico ( easy peasy!!)   Have a look at this link on Bicarb to clean just about everything 
https://experthometips.com/cleaning-baki...icarbonate
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(06-12-2018, 10:01 AM)MLA Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 09:58 AM)MLA Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 09:40 AM)Emmi Smith Wrote: I'll keep an  eye out for you!  But in the meantime, you could try damping the mark and then sprinkling with Bicarbonate of soda powder.  That will fizz and I often use it as a cleaning alternative. Sometimes works, sometimes not but worth a try.

Thanks Emmi I will give it a go.

Do you get the Bicarbonate of soda from the baking section locally?

I don't think it'll be in the baking section. Here's a link to Hiperdino, just show the pic to the floor staff.

While you're checking Hiperdino's website, have a look at the "La Salud" products, they might only change the packaging as the design on your bottle looks pretty old.


As for removing the plant stains, you have mentioned bleach already. I'm just wandering if you've tried thick bleach for the toilets (like Domestos) too?
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It's been discontinued in the squirty bottle, I believe.  But they now have a new "2en1" cleaner, which may or may not be the same stuff!

Take a look at http://www.productoslasalud.com/es/noved...etergente/


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Hiperdino have Bicarb in with the dried herbs etc. Or, you can get it at any chemist.

Alternatively have you tried the products for cleaning cement off of tiles?
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(06-12-2018, 10:28 PM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: Alternatively have you tried the products for cleaning cement off of tiles?

I never knew something like that does even exist. Confused
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(07-12-2018, 06:43 AM)Sam Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 10:28 PM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: Alternatively have you tried the products for cleaning cement off of tiles?

I never knew something like that does even exist.  Confused

In the UK I have used Hydrochloric acid for mortar stain removal, also know as Muriatic acid. Handle with care.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrochloric_acid
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