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Parozone

Total protection for your home with Parozone.

Parozone kills 99.9% of germs, giving you total reassurance that your loo is clean and safe. The Parozone range includes liquids, rims and wipes to reach and clean every last inch of your toilet, stopping germs from spreading to the rest of the bathroom. If you want no-nonsense germ-killing power without losing freshness, choose Parozone.
 

Important Safety Information for Parozone Bleach in the UK

If you have one of the following bottles of Parozone Bleach in your home, please check the bottle’s neck for the batch number. Please note, NO OTHER BATCHES are affected.


Batch numbers: 7124, 7130; 7131; 7146; 7151; 7152; 7153; 7161; 7163


We have identified a small number of cases among these batches where the nozzle inside can come loose in low temperatures (the red, child-resistant outer cap is unaffected). This could cause leaks or spills if the bottle is not stored or transported upright, or if squeezed too hard when in use. This is important, as bleach can cause irritation if it comes into contact with skin or eyes, and can damage certain fabrics. The product itself is not affected; just the packaging.


To ensure your safety, if you have a bottle with one of the batch numbers listed above, please empty the contents down the toilet, following the safety instructions on the label, retain the bottle and contact the Parozone consumer team immediately for refund details. You will need the bottle for proof of batch number. Please email: consumer.response@henkel.com

No other batches of this product are affected and do not need to be disposed of, as the nozzles are okay. The product formulas are generally available in the usual high quality.


Please remember that all bleach products should be stored upright and out of reach of children.

  • What should I do if I have already used the product?
  • What do I have to consider when I check the bottle of Parozone?
  • What do I do if my skin accidentally comes into contact with the liquid when
    I open the bottle?

If you have already used the product, please check the batch number on the neck of the bottle and if it matches any of the numbers listed above, then dispose of the contents down the toilet, following the safety information on the label, and retain the bottle so that you have proof of the batch number. Then contact: consumer.response@henkel.com

Check the batch number on the neck of the bottle and if it matches any of the numbers listed, then follow the instructions above. If it does not match, then your bottle of Parozone is safe to use if you follow the instructions on the label. Don’t forget; all bleach should be stored upright and out of the reach of children.

If there is unintentional skin contact with the contents when opening the bottle, rinse the affected area thoroughly with water. This should prevent any irritation to the skin. If you have any concerns, please see your GP.

For further questions, please contact our customer service team on consumer.response@henkel.com