Well no it isn't actually, it's sparkly clean, for this bottle is not what it seems. Inside is not Mr Muscle at all, but diluted cheap washing up liquid. I have been cleaning my bathroom with this for many years, and also my kitchen as well, and any other cleaning job that requires a wipe down with a wet cloth. So don't waste your money on all these fancy cleaning liquids, you don't need them. In fact save yourself some time and don't even bother to go down the household cleaning products aisle at the supermarket.
OK here's another product you don't need. I bought this bottle of antibacterial handwash two years ago, they said I needed it when I went into hospital for an operation. Well of course we all know you have to be dead carefull in there, lots of nasty germs lurking. But look, the bottle is still only half empty, what happened? Answer, I filled it up with cheap bath foam. It does the job just as well. As long as you wash your hands regularly, it doesn't matter what you use. And if someone gave you the bath foam for Christmas or birthday, even better, it's free.
You have to be a bit more carefull where cleanliness is concerned when having a drink. The easiest thing to do is to buy a new bottle of pop or juice while you are out, and dump the bottle in the nearest bin when you have emptied it. This is my drink which fits in the side pocket of my rucksack. As you can see it used to have Lucozade in the bottle, now it has water with a splash of lemon juice. The price on the label is 99p, it wasn't, it was 50p, from a discount shop. But the bottle lives on and I use it over and over again, saving me pounds on drinks I don't have to buy. Eventually it will become a health hazard and will need to be thrown, then is the time to get a new one.