In the test they compared the performance of the products to clean a bathtub, a saucepan, limescale on the sink, mud on floor tiles and a cooker hob. I know the cooker hob was the only one in the list that Astonish was designed to be used for but I know and now you know that it also a great product for lots of other tasks. I recommend it for cleaning anything enamel, especially the AGA cooker – it used to come with the pack when you bought one new but I think AGA now try and promote their own cleaning products which in my opinion aren’t very good at all. I have used Astonish to clean thousands of ovens etc and I have cleaned a few sinks, and other things with it as well.
So in the tests Astonish got 10 out 10 for everything except the floor tiles where it got 5 because it left a powdery residue and the tiles didn’t shine – I know from experience that this is what happens to floor tiles and we use a degreaser on floor tiles if we just happen to make them dirty, and they come up looking fabulous.
Graham Rogers Started OvenGleamers as one man in a van in Taunton in 2004. The business grew to a five van operation by 2007. OvenGleamers first franchisee started in October 2010. OvenGleamers Became An Associate Member of British Franchise Association in 2012. Now growing National OvenGleamers Network. OvenGleamers are AGA and Big Cooker Cleaning Specialists. Graham writes on this blog and films videos and has a podcast.