Top 10 Black Mold Bomb For 2019

Posted by Kerry on October 6, 2019, 10:00 pm

The Best Black Mold Bomb Of 2019 - Ranked Best to Last

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We rank this product No 1 Wtrcsv Mica Powders Epoxy Resin Colour Pigment -Soap Bath Bombs Dye -8 Colours (20g/Bottle,Total 160g/5.64oz) - Powder Pigment for Slime,Resin,Nail,Eye Shadow, Blush,Artwork,DIY Crafts
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We rank this product No 2 Rentokil RKLPS136 Insectrol Insect Killer 250ml Aerosol
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We rank this product No 3 VITORY Pigment Powder (12 Colors 10g/0.35oz Each) Huge Mica Powder Set Metallic Effect for Epoxy Resin Color Pigment - Soap Making Kit - Bath Bombs Colorant - Slime Supplies
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We rank this product No 4 Large 3-D Circle Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Mold with Black Carrying Bag, 6-pack
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We rank this product No 5 10 Abbey Magic Eraser Sponges - For Stain and Mark Removal without the need for Chemcials
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We rank this product No 6 DAS 1kg Modelling Clay - White
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We rank this product No 7 Soap Dye - Mica Powder Pigments for Bath Bomb - Soap Making Colorant - 30 Beautiful Colors (Total 150 g / 5.4oz) - Candle Making, Eye Shadow, Blush, Nail Art, Resin Jewelry, Artist, Craft Projects
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We rank this product No 8 Woohome Silicone Mold 1 PCS 10 Cavity Geometry Pendant Jewelry Casting Resin Silicone Mold with Holes, Black Wax Rope and Pendant Buckle for Jewelry Making
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We rank this product No 9 Wtrcsv Mica Powders Epoxy Resin Colour Pigment -Soap Bath Bombs Dye -25 Colours Set(10g/Bottle,Total 250g/8.82oz) - Powder Pigment for Slime,Resin,Nail,Eye Shadow, Blush,Artwork,DIY Crafts
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We rank this product No 10 Moso Natural Air Purifying Bag. Odour Eliminator, Odour Absorber for Cars and Closets. 200g Charcoal Color

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Posted by: Naomi on October 25, 2019, 8:15 am

These are sooo good! I purchased these as I’m moving out of my rented flat soon and there were water marks on the walls that I really wanted to get rid of. Unfortunately after going over the water marks twice they have definitely faded, but have not disappeared. On the other hand, as you can see from my photo(left before, right after), the sponges really do get rid of dirt & grease with ease! I can’t quite believe how much it cleaned the hob! I was a woman possessed walking around the flat finding things to clean!! The sponges do work, however they do deteriorate rather quickly depending on how vigorously you use them. I would purchase again if they weren’t almost £6 a packet, however I would recommend you try them!


Posted by: K on October 25, 2019, 3:31 am

Found this very good value for money and pretty decent quality!

Pros
3 x 100ml pots - used over 10 times, each time once the resin hardens I squeeze the pot all the way around until the resin comes loose enough to be pulled out.

5 x 30ml pots - pretty sturdy however it’s a bit difficult to get hardened resin out. I build it till it’s around 2-3cm and use the pick to loosen the edge.

3 x approx. 20ml silicone mould cups - found these too small for and use. Can probably be used for very small amount of resin mixing.

Tweezer - stainless steel with pointy tip.

Punctuation tool - solid and very pointy better than I thought it’d be.

Sanding file - both sides are the same, sanding grit is a little bit courser than a nail file.

Wooden sticks - reused them multiple times, really sturdy.

Cons
10 x disposable tubs - rather small again and really thin. One time use only and I wouldn’t use it to mix resin.

Finger gloves - never used them before and they are soooo much better than gloves. Got max 2 use out of each though with resin as they get sticky. Few of mine punctured rather easily.

Coffee stirrers - flimsy, like what you get in coffee old shops.

Neutral
Syringes - feels sturdy however mine let’s in air bubbles

Droppers - incredibly thin again however I did manage to get multiple use from them.



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