I have used this sugar soap for years! Washing walls and floors - no bubbles, but it gets rid of the grease in a couple of wipes. I used it on top of the kitchen cupboard to get rid of that horrid grease/dust build-up and it worked like a treat. Have also used it on some dirty spots on my carpet and they went too, with very little rubbing, and no problems afterwards. If I am thinking of doing some serious cleaning, I would always try Selleys Sugar soap first.
My go to heavy cleaner
I have been cleaning grout on my kitchen floor tiles. Every few tiles I tried other cleaning methods (vinegar, baking soda and even toilet cleaner) but Selly's Sugar Soap does the best job for me. Also easiest to wipe over. Just used it diluted in a spray bottle. I also noticed it was more effective if I let it stay a few minutes before using the brush on the grout.
Not too bad
As the place needed re painting a bit more than 10 years ago the obvious choice was to use selleys sugar soap to clean the surface by putting warm water and selleys sugar soap @ works well though it doesnt lather up as good as I expected / I would recommend the selleys sugar soap to anyone that needs to clean a large surface especially walls
I like this product. I first bought it because our walls looked grimy and I didn't really have the money to repaint at the time. Someone told me about this product so I bought it.I diluted the sugar soap in some water and started small, in the toilet. I was amazed at how fresh and clean the walls and doors emerged, it was as if they had been freshly painted, so i moved out and did the hallway and family room. Gave a new elase of life to things, and didn't leave streaks. It did take a bit of elbow grease I have to admit.
For a cheap pric e, it gives some excellent results and brings up walls nicely.
i use it for everything especially the stove top splashback are where it does get all the grime from cooking
i hate cleaning the oven so when it eventually does come time to clean it i put sugar soap wioth hot water either in the laundry sink or the bathtub and then put everything i can fit in the sink/bath and leave it to soak for an hour or so, and then when i come back i don't have to scurb very hard at all to get off all that baked in stuff. Works a treat everytime. I also soak the the little vent things in it too.
nothing to mention
I have used Selleys sugar soap for years, whenever we are painting walls we always wash them down first with sugar soap. It really does take the hard work out of preparing walls for painting. It is however good for many other cleaning jobs around the house, especially good to clean your rangehood when they get coated in kitchen grease etc. Just fill a trough will hot water, add some sugar soap, leave to soak for 30 minutes or so and rinse well with hot water. Put out in the sun to dry. It is also good diluted for cleaning many other surfaces around the house.
Works fantastically on grease and grime
Selleys original sugar soap has been around for years. It is a product we can always rely on to make the tough household jobs easier. It is a concentrated liquid which makes up to 30 litres so it lasts for ages. One half cup is all that needs to be added to half a bucket of water. It is safe enough to use on all washable surfaces. Great for gentle surfaces without scratching. We found it the best cleaning product when we had to do our final rental clean when we moved out of our last property. Fantastic for walls and floors in the kitchen, laund...ry and bathroom and also for cleaning the oven. Also works on outdoor surfaces. Wearing gloves is essential for people with sensitive skin. Available from all good supermarkets and convenience stores. Fairly priced. Well known brand. Fantastic to use on all washable surfaces. Makes cleaning grease and grime easy.
Love love love it!!!
Having been a renter for some time now i have to say that this is a product that i can just not live without especially when you have to do a big clean when you move out so that you get your bond back. there is literally nothing that this stuff wont do. You can dilute it to clean the floors with, wash the walls with it, oven surfaces. It gets things really clean and manages with a little elbow grease to remove the most stubborn grease stains or marks on your floors or walls. It also smells really nice and is rather inexpensive and is at all the major supermarkets.
I always have a bottle of Selleys sugar soap in my house. Its not only great for cleaning down dirty marks from walls, and to prep walls before painting, but its great to get grease out of my hubby and sons jeans after they have been 'fiddling' with the cars ( best to check on small bit of fabric first) A big hairy biker told me this trick when I picked some sugar soap up from bunnings!!! I also make a stain remover by adding 1/3 sugar soap with 2/3 water in a spray bottle and use instead of spray stain remover. again check fabric and take care...with whites, as if you make it too strong can make where you spray go blue!! ( but comes out in a few washes) easily available and reasonably priced. Easy to idetify with bright blue bottle! Cleans greasy walls and painted doors without streaking. Diluted so can use to desired strength all depending on how tought the job is. none that I can think of - its a very conveniant product.
I have been using Selley's Sugar soap for years for washing down grubby walls and ceilings when it is needed. It is also a great product for cleaning up walls and ceilings before painting to remove grease, grime and dirty marks so that dirt and other contaminants are properly removed and allow paint to adhere properly to previously painted surfaces, particularly with areas such as kitchens. This is also a very effective cleaner for cleaning anything greasy, oily or sticky. A single bottle will last for many jobs as the sugar soap is very concentrated.
excellent product, widely available at hardwares and supermarkets, not expensive
I have only ever used the product for cleaning down the walls - before painting and just for cleaning the walls. It does a good job of cleaning and not ruining your paint (if you don't intend to repaint) Sugar soap doesn't leave residue afterwards. will definatley try the other uses suggested by previosu poster.
Cheap widely available product that cleans the walls really well before painting or just for general wall cleaning too. it leaves walls clean without marks without damaging your paint.
I can't think of any - it does exactly what it is meant to.
I purchased this product originally to clean my walls in preparation for some new paint and was surprised to find how many other things it can be used for. Not only did it clean all the grime from my walls, but I discovered it worked very well on removing soap scum from my bath room. I also use it regualry now to remove greasy stains from clothing. It can be used as a spot prewash cleaner on clothes, or I have soaked certain items in it with very good results. I am amazed at its versatility. and it is very well priced. It comes as a concen...trate which can be used diluted for many purposes. I use it neat in the bathtub as it removes the soap scum with very little effort. Awonderful product I can't live without!! Versatile cleaner that works best on removing grease. Very inexpensive You need to wear rubber gloves as it dries your skin very quickly
Questions & Answers
Many questions to Selleys but seems no supporting answer? Is there other ways to find answers or supporting when using Selleys's sugar soap?
Hi Rosie, I too wonder if there is a final authority. However, in practice, I look it up on the internet, and try their solution with caution! More than one attempt has ended in disaster. I try it in an unobtrusive corner where it may not be noticed if things go wrong. Trial and error can be great fun and a big adventure...……………. …..Blackpool girl.
I use sugar soap to remove the vinyl glue on hard wooden floor in kitchen. Its works quite easy but I do not know is it bad for wooden floor? Please help
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