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Foaming Trigger Spray
Foaming Trigger Spray

Foaming Trigger Spray

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If your Toilet Foaming Trigger spray has run its course, then look no further. 

Just unscrew your old spray, and pop this one on to prolong the life of your refillable recycled plastic bott

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Foaming Trigger Spray

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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I use neat’s Foaming Toilet Cleaner?

Fill bottle with 470ml of water and add the 30ml concentrate, add the trigger spray and shake.  Then twist the nozzle to spray position. Spray product evenly inside toilet bowl, leave to work, then flush. Spray the foaming toilet cleaner into the toilet bowl, allow it to sit for 5 minutes before scrubbing and flushing away.

How long should I leave the foam cleaner in the toilet bowl?

We suggest leaving the product after it’s been sprayed for 5 minutes so that the antibacterial properties can get to work.

Is this product antibacterial?

Yes our foaming toilet cleaner I designed to kill 99.9% of bacteria.

Where can I buy your Foaming Toilet Cleaner from?

At the moment it’s only available to buy on our website directly from us.

Is neat’s Foaming Toilet Cleaner safe for use with septic tanks?

Yes our formula is safe for use with septic tanks.

Can I use neat’s foaming toilet cleaner on coloured or antique toilets?

Our foaming toilet cleaner is safe for use, we always suggest testing in an inconspicuous area before using it widely. 

Can I use a toilet foam cleaner on other bathroom surfaces?

You can use this foaming cleaner in the bathroom to get to the harder-to-reach places to clean.

How often should I use a toilet foam cleaner?

The frequency of use depends on the product and your cleaning preferences. Most people use toilet foam cleaners as part of their regular bathroom cleaning routine.

What should I do if the foam cleaner doesn't seem to be working?

If you're not seeing the desired results, you may need to follow the instructions more closely to make sure you’ve diluted the concentrate to the right amount of water, increase the time you leave the foam in the toilet bowl, or consider trying a different product.  Additionally, heavily stained toilets may require multiple applications.

Does this foaming toilet cleaner tackle limescale?

The foaming toiler cleaner will tackle limescale at the surface of the water line in the toilet, as this is a foam it won’t tackle and hasn’t been designed to remove the harder-to-reach places of limescale buildup.

The trigger for my bottle has broken, can you help?

You can find replacements here to buy Extras– NeatClean.  If you have had the bottle less than 6 months please get in touch and we will endeavour to help you.

If you are in a hard water area we recommend using filtered water to reduce any limescale build-up in the Trigger Spray Head over time.  To remove any limescale build-up that has occurred, you can descale your Trigger every few months. We recommend soaking in a bowl of water mixed with Citric Acid which you can normally find at your local supermarket or DIY store.

If there is an issue or you face a problem, please get in touch.

What are the ingredients for the neat Foaming Toilet cleaner?

 - 15-15% Non-ionic surfactants
 - < 5% Amphoteric Surfactants
 - Perfumes (Hexyl cinnamal,, Citronellol, Limonene, Geraniol, Linaool, Alpha Isomethyl Lonone, Citral, Eugenol)
 - Phenoxyethanol

Why is the bottle plastic?

We have chosen to use 100% post-consumer recycled plastic for this bottle for a number of reasons.  

Sadly for the nature of this product to work when being sprayed upside down so that it can reach the areas traditional toilet cleaners can’t we couldn’t make this work in our aluminum bottles.  This is because we couldn’t find a trigger that exists that can be applied to an aluminum bottle which means the product doesn’t leak when it’s turned upside down. 

It’s also important for neat to develop products that help consumers make small swaps that make a big impact to the planet.  Toilet cleaners are an area of huge plastic waste and for us to help people make a change here we wanted to launch a product that is accessible for the price. 

Why is there a warning symbol on the label?

This might get a little technical so bear with us…

CLP is the European regulation on classification, labelling & packaging of chemical substances and mixtures.

Introduced in December 2010 for substances but as of 1st June 2015 it applies to mixtures too.

CLP aims to improve the safety for users and the environment by standardising the danger classifications of chemical substances and mixtures.

What our customers say


Ideal for daily use or as a quick refresher, neat foaming toilet cleaner is suitable for all types of toilets. Keep your bathroom in top-notch condition effortlessly. The foam can work in other areas in the bathroom as a cleaner for your sinks and taps too.

Easy to Use

Let the foaming action do the hard work for you. Its unique design ensures complete coverage for the toilet including the hard-to-reach areas. The trigger is designed to be sprayed upside down providing efficient and easy cleaning. Leaving nothing but a sparkle behind.

Fresh Scent Boost

neat’s foaming toilet cleaner not only cleans but also leaves behind a clean herbal scent, that delivers instant freshness from our sage and mint fragrance.
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