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  • How has Cillit Bang replaced Barry Scott?
  • How has Cillit Bang replaced Barry Scott?
    Cillit Bang (2016) ©

Cillit Bang – The Mechanic: cleaning made man-friendly

Cillit Bang’s long-time spokesman Barry Scott has been swept away as the brand seeks to make household chores more appealing to the modern man. But can a Flashdance-inspired ad with Hollywood production values really get blokes more excited about scrubbing their bathrooms and kitchens?

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‘Mr. Muscle meets Flashdance’ is the way Cillit Bang has launched its new campaign, ditching Barry Scott – the brand’s loud and proud spokesman – for a new, edgier poster boy. Created by BETC Paris, the ad launched in January 2016 to much online chatter, racking up 4.6 million YouTube views in under a month. [1]

The video shows dancer-turned-actor Daniel ‘Cloud’ Campos cleaning a dirty car garage while doing a dance routine set to ‘80s hit ‘Maniac’. Armed with a bottle of Cillit Bang, he pirouettes and jumps into the bathroom and around the kitchen, spraying ...



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