This was posted 5 months 23 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Ajax Professional Mould Remover Cleaner 500ml $3 ($2.70 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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No minimum order quantity, was actually 5 units only a couple of days ago
Previous deal sold out in November
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/667674
Maybe people that bought from that deal can comment on effectiveness. I know when I used to buy bleach for my pool, I could check the production date and always ensured it was less than 3 months old.

Description
Ajax Professional Mould Cleaner Trigger Spray has a high tech formula that effectively kills mould in seconds with low fumes. It's power foam trigger allows you to target the area with minimal fuss and removes soap scum, grime and germs.

• High tech formula kills mould in seconds
• Power foam trigger
• Removes soap scum, grime and germs
• Low fumes
• Proudly made in Australia

Ajax Professional Mould Cleaner is suitable for use in the bathroom and laundry tiles, grouting, tiled walls, plastic shower curtains, concrete patios, eaves and most mould affected areas.

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  • Thanks, bought.

  • +1

    Can't be shipped to WA…did anyone else have this issue?

    • +1

      Yes, won't ship to me in Qld

    • Yep. Couldnt get sent to my home. Used work address and it worked haha

    • no. ship to wa metro postcode.

    • Didn't accept my address in QLD too

    • worked for me, WA metro

  • Same here

  • Purchased, no issue Melb. Possible issue for WA might be the current lockdown?

  • How does this compare to the Aldi product?

    • I don't know about ALDI but this one is really good.

    • I've used other name brand mould products but the Aldi beat them all except for a selleys high chlorine version.

    • +1

      Aldi’s is the best. Also with mould killer, you only buy when needed, i.e. winter months, because the chemical tends to break down over time, therefore less effective. And Aldi’s mould away contains alkaline salt that prevent or at least slows the mould ever coming back again.

      • Coles brand also has the same chemical composition. Check the neck of the bottle for expiry date (has a very short shelf life).

  • +2

    Purchased with no issues for WA

  • Same non-deliverable message for SA!

    • I got all good for SA

  • I can get it to my place in Brisbane, just wondering what makes this "professional"?

    • If you’re an amateur mould remover, then this deal is not for you…

  • $&S gone now.

  • I think certain address in WA that won't deliver, it worked on my parent place in Perth but not where I am, strange.

  • Thanks got 5 $&S and delivery to SA all fine

  • OOS

    • Everytime

  • This works well but it's fumes is very potent

    • Comparably low fumes than the equivalent product from Bunnings.

  • +7

    Best mould cleaner - go to Coles and get their extra strong vinegar (8% acetic acid). Put it in a spray bottle, spray dry shower and leave for a couple of hours. Scrub if needed.

    Voila… Done. And no bad chemicals, bleaches, etc. and cheap.

    And if you spray one or twice a week you'll never need to scrub mould again.

    • +2

      +1 to ^ this. Vinegar will actually penetrate a surface to kill mould within a substrate whereas bleach products will only kill surface mould, causing the mould to continually come back. Vinegar generally isnt as good at cleaning surface mould though, so worth noting.

      NOTE: if you plan to use both vinegar and bleach products make sure you use them many days apart and when the area is totally dry. Vinegar + Bleach = Chlorine Gas = Deadly.

    • Guessing vinegar works on thick curtains as well? It’s been a while since I looked behind mine and noticed some mildew? Guessing from condensation during winter

      • +1

        would guess - vinegar is often suggested for use in carpet ('steam') cleaning machines - instead of the expensive detergents

        although it's a hard choice, keeping windows maybe 2cm open in winter can help reduce condensation of warm moist air (from breathing, bathing, cooking) on cold surfaces close to external windows and walls in winter

    • +3

      This is a wrong statement, depends on the weather temperature and humidity, especially in the rooms without direct sun light, mould can grow easily.

      • -1

        never had this issue ever.

      • Anywhere with high humidity will get this all the time.

        Also people may use this just to clean bathrooms

  • $6/L for Sodium Hypochlorite [bleach] 50g/L, Sodium Hydroxide [caustic soda] 13g/L - is a special deal ?

    $0.85/L is my regular price for similar enough - 'Sodium Hypochlorite [bleach] 42g/L, Sodium Hydroxide [caustic soda] 9g/L' - https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/8959

    I just use an empty spray bottle for refill - works for me.

    • +1

      I just use an empty spray bottle for refill - works for me.

      So you just pretend to clean the non-existent mould? Like, miming? Those government jobs are the best

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