Originally Posted by bundymania
If using the CB method correct, no sys will mess up ! Hundreds if not thousands of users used this method since many years
Michael .- as you know, many users and companies don´t recommend to use mayhems dyes and especially premixes for several reasons, but lots of users incl. me still do because the colours (and effects) looks great
On page 2 people are saying the same as mayhem ...
Sorry, but the chemistry stuff is highly toxic! Two of such bottles to tilt down the sink for a radiator is gross negligence. The impact on the environment to the utmost!
I've seen in an English video guide that you should take to clean boiling distilled water (heated in the kettle). Is not it enough that? If it must be a cleaner, because you can take no biodegradable? On the Cillit Bang side is that one should not use on copper, brass and aluminum the orange cleaner. A Radi is but mostly copper ?!
Not just that but that post is 4 years old... Companies change/Tweak the ingredients in their products all the time, Id be amazed if it was the same ..
Also on Clitit bangs own website SOURCE
It states the following .
On what surfaces can I not use Cillit Bang Power Cleaner Limescale & Shine?
Cillit Bang Power Cleaner Limescale & Shine should not be used on: acid-sensitive materials such as enamel or marble, aluminium, copper, stone, galvanised surfaces, kitchen work surfaces, linoleum, varnished, waxed or oiled floors, rubber, textiles or carpets. Please also always read the application instructions on the packaging.
Can I use Cillit Bang Power Cleaner Limescale & Shine on brass?
No. This product is not suitable for use on brass.