Since joining ‘team Mum’ I’ve naturally become more conscious of the products used around the house. I would ideally like to only use natural and eco-friendly cleaning supplies, but haven’t quite made the switch. On the one hand you want to make sure it’s safe, but on the other you need it to do the job. And a child and a bigger child in the form of a husband make a lot of mess. Of course I smell of roses and leave unicorn dust where ever I go…

As a regular reader of the blog you’ll know that we have quite a few antiques including a handful of silverware on display. It looks great, but the polishing can be a bit of a pain. So when we were offered to try Shadazzle, the name makes me giggle as I feel I have to say it with a thick American accent every time, I was curious to see if this natural product would make our silver sparkle.


Caspian was kindly gifted a beautiful silver plated punch bowl and ladle when we visited family friends in Cornwall at Christmas time. Following an old tradition of giving silver to a newborn we brought it home to add to our collection. For his recent 18-month-birthday celebrations we used it keep bottles on ice on the drinks table and so I thought it the perfect opportunity to try Shadazzle to make it look a little more presentable.


Shadazzle comes in a round container with a little sponge. You add water to soften it and it creates a thick, creamy texture. A lot of black got rinsed off and it took a fair bit of scrubbing. At the end I rinsed with more water and dried it with kitchen towel. It wasn’t the fastest process, probably as it’s been a while since the bowl was last polished, but it did leave us with a great result in the end.

It also works on tiles, stainless steel, glass, fiberglass and chrome. It leaves a protective coating make the sparkle last for longer. The product’s got a pleasant and fresh lemony fragrance and as Caspian wanted to join in the fun of polishing I was happy to let him help a little knowing it contains all natural ingredients.


A lot of the dark dirt disappeared and made it shiny and ready for the party. 

Normally it retails at £19.99, but on the 26th of August you can grab a bargain and get two for the price of one as a special Bank Holiday offer including free p&p.

NB! Please note we were sent this product in return for a review. All words and opinions are my own.

The Pramshed

2 thoughts on “SHADAZZLE – REVIEW

  1. Ah a great product Nadia, and lucky Caspian to be given silverware. Shadazzle sounds like a great product, and saying it out loud I think I say it with a slight American twang. Thanks for linking up at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x

  2. I too have been looking into safer cleaning products. But none of them seem to de-germ as well as the nasty chemicals. I guess what’s safer for us is safer for bacteria too. I’ve adopted a compromised approach using both the hightly toxic and the less toxic products. #fortheloveofBLOG

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