Harpic Power Plus Review

by Daniel Berry | Last Updated: 26/10/2020

When bleach just doesn’t cut it you need to bring out the big guns. We have moved into a new workshop recently and the toilet was as expected. Brown, very brown. We want to clean it up, we’ve tried a couple of bottles of bleach and they have had a small effect but the toilet bowl is still pretty stained. We saw the Harpic power plus on Amazon and decided to order some and put it to the test.

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Harpic Power Plus Max
£14.89
  • Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria, including the E. Coli & Tota virus
  • Cleans with the power from bleaching agents and baking soda
  • Powerful radiant cleans your toilets and leaves and natural Glanzendes White
  • Removes limescale and urine as well as unpleasant odours
  • A must for every household


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03/03/2021 01:36 pm GMT

Before Cleaning the toilet

Yeah, its grim, safe to say we have found a good test subject here for the Harpic power plus. Let’s get some down there and see what effect it has.

During applying harpic power plus

So we have poured it in. It’s quite thick and I don’t know why but I wasn’t expecting it to be blue.

During cleaning with harpic power plus

After brushing with a toilet brush

So we let the power plus sit for a while before attacking the toilet with a toilet brush. We have then decided to let the formula sit again for a while before we flush it away and reveal the result.

After First Clean

After First Clean

Its definitely done a job. I think we would be expecting miracles for it to have completely cleaned this toilet on the first attempt.

We chucked the remainder of the bottle down the toilet and decided to leave it for the rest of the day to see if that would finish the job off.

After Second Clean

After Second Clean

Really good result, the toilet is almost there. Just a tiny bit more to come off. We think with a good scrub with the toilet brush this job will be done!

Hey, I'm Dan, I studied computer science with artificial intelligence at Loughborough University. I try to bring my tech knowledge to the posts where it is needed while also offering a DIY view to go with Sam's professional view on tools. I am a very keen DIY'er and have experience of doing everything the completely wrong way.