Nifti is THE BEST
Nifti is simply the best cleaner for pretty much every job in the home. We just moved into a new rental that was left filthy by its previous occupants — Nifti did an incredible job sanitising the kitchen and bathrooms, and made a solid effort on the grease stains in the garage too. AMAZING PRODUCT!! Love, LOVE IT!
Legendary stuff, Mum uses it and so do I.
Used undiluted it will pretty much clean anything once allowed to sit for a few moments. It's a powerful degreaser for the kitchen and car. Use an old toothbrush to agitate if necessary and wipe off with a damp cloth/microfibre towel.
Dilute 1:5 and it makes the best interior car cleaner for all plastic and vinyl surfaces. Then apply a protectant to look after these surfaces. 1:5 is best for carpet stains too.
Dilute to 1:10 and Nifti becomes a safe cleaner for delicate surfaces like leather and fabric. Then apply a conditioner.
Wow - nifty saves the day again
Bought this after a friend recommended it for cleaning bikes. He wasn't wrong. Love the stuff.
About a year ago I bought tiles for my kitchen diner and hallways. The tile company who shall remain nameless sold me an outdoor tile which was a nightmare to clean as it's matt and slightly porous. Tried detergent, tried white spirit, tried bleach. Nothing has touched it. A bit of Nifti and an abrasive pad has removed every stain, including the glue the tiler left behind. Awesome!
Love Nifti, but can't find it on shop shelves anymore
Have been using Nifti since 1975 and just ran out of my last bottle. I have never found anything better to clean away a host of stains around the house and in the garage, too. So, went to Woolworths and Coles but it wasn't on their shelves, although it is listed in their online shopping catalogs. What's going on?
Meanwhile CHOICE gave it a close 2nd place
MANDATORY FOR CAR ENTHUSIASTS
Forget all the expensive Car Care Products. After expending many dollars on the "latest and greatest" Car Care Cleaners, I have reached the conclusion that NOTHING achieves the same results as Nifti. I have been motivated to write this review as there was a recent need to clean the boot carpet in a 1997 Toyota that had NEVER been cleaned. After using all manner of Household and Car Carpet Cleaners it still looked like "rubbish". However, a superb result was achieved with Nifti, 'elbow grease' and plenty of clean water. The outcome was outs...tanding given the filthy mess that first presented itself. I can list many similar successful automotive stories where badly stained / soiled carpet, mats and trim have been rejuvenated by the humble Nifti. It also works well on interior plastic trims, particularly those with stipple surfaces. Grease and rust can be easily removed. Keep Nifti in the Car Care Box.
Nifti, is the best on the market... how come I cannot find it now? CHOICE, please find out why
I have just run out of my last bottle of my favourite cleaning stuff Nifti... Coles and Woolworth's don't have it on their shelves.. Who does? Please tell me, why I can't buy the best product for cleaning- just about everything, from those two supermarkets?
I am a member of CHOICE and I have just requested they do a study for Nifti against all the other brands, for cleaning anything in the kitchen, floor, oven etc!!!!
Cleans 15 years of baked grease
Trying to clean a rangehood that hadn't been cleaned before - Nifti shifted the grease. I tried many things including some so-called commercial cleaners and they weren't as effective. Now I use it whenever I hit a sticky (or greasy) situation. I recently replaced the kitchen and the guys taking away the old stuff used it liberally - and very happily.
It shifts kitchen grime
I keep running out of it and having to buy more :-(
suffering withdrawals without it
wont leave powder or streaks
used it for 35 years.
nothing comes close.
won't harm anything.
leaves a clean smell and not a false perfume
cant live without it.
AGA & Franklins still sell it
Oh so good, work brilliantly and reliable
was hard to find
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