Central Heating Inhibitor funnel - Just Dose It Makes It Easy

Need to add some chemicals to a central heating system? 

As the saying goes, there are many ways to skin a cat, there are also many ways to add chemicals like central heating inhibitor, boiler silencer, leak sealer & other important chemicals to a domestic central heating system. 

Its not that exciting is it, lets be honest... But like visiting the dentist, you need to ensure a central heating system is dosed correctly with the proper chemicals to ensure it runs properly and saving on expensive repairs and higher fuel bills. 

If you're a heating engineer or plumber you know this and it's your job to ensure systems are dosed correctly when installing or after draining. 

Let me introduce Just Dose It Central Heating Inhibitor Funnel. 

Quick and Easy Dosing

With Just Dose It, dosing your central heating system is a quick and easy process. It fits practically all radiators, making it an ideal tool for heating engineers, plumbers, and DIY enthusiasts. In just five minutes, you can add the necessary chemicals to your central heating system, saving you time and effort. You can find a detailed video outlining how to use Just Dose It below 

Mess-Free Dosing

Traditional dosing methods can be messy and result in spills and leaks. But with Just Dose It, you can eliminate the mess and hassle. Its design ensures that there are no spills or leaks, making it a reliable and cost-effective tool for maintaining your central heating system.

Built to Last with Lifetime Guarantee

Just Dose It isn't just easy to use, it's built to last. Made from robust chemical-resistant plastic and including a brass fitting, it's designed to withstand frequent use. It also comes with a lifetime guarantee, so you can trust that it will be a reliable tool in your toolkit for years to come.


In conclusion, Just Dose It is the ultimate solution for adding chemicals to central heating systems. Its quick and easy dosing, mess-free design, and lifetime guarantee make it an essential tool for heating professionals and DIY homeowners alike. 


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