“ Brand: Asda / Type: Cleaning Wipes / Category: Cleaning Products & Utensils > Wipes, Towels, Tissues „
As we have recently become a family of four, we decided to cut down alot on our shopping budget. This means I have started to buy more Asda own brand cleaning products and so far have been quite impressed. I have always bought own brand products over the years but the increased size of our family has made this even more necessary.
Asda chosen by you multi surface cleaning wipes come in packs of 40 or 84, 40 packs costing £1.25 and the 84 pack costing £2.00, though it is on offer alot at £1.50. I like to stock up when this is the case. The wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria, including Listeria, E.Coli and Salmonella- very important when you have small children around, and they also offer anti-bacterial protection. The wipes come in white packaging with a pull back sticky flap to make removing wipes one at a time easy. They have a lemon scent which is quite pleasant, they still smell like a cleaning product but with a citrus edge to it which I like.
I use these wipes in many day to day chores and find them extremely handy to have. I do find that these wipes aren't 'wet' enough for me, they pick up enough dirt and grime to my liking but I feel they could do abit more of a cleaning job if they were a little more moist. I tend to use them because of this as a quick fix rather than as a proper clean, as although it claims to kill all that bacteria, in my head I feel happier using other products to achieve the deep clean I want. This however, hasn't put me off buying them because I think they are a staple in my cleaning cupboard. As a busy mum of two it is alot easier sometimes for me to grab one of these rather than get out cleaning sprays or bleach.
I give these 4 out of 5, I miss them when we run out but I don't feel they give the surfaces in my house the clean they say they will.
There are always at least three packets of wipes open in our house at any one time, usually in the kitchen, bathroom and downstairs loo. I find them easy to use but most importantly I find them very hygienic as you obviously dispose of them after use. To me the thought of using a cloth sprayed with a cleaning product to clean the sink, loo, window cills, worktops is just not hygienic at all unless you use a different one each time or have a different cloth for each use. I just have a vision of all those little germs multiplying in their thousands so use wipes most of the time.
The last pack of these I bought was a pack of 40 from Asda for £1.25 but I have seen them since on offer for £1. They are in a white plastic packet with a small opening on the front where you pull back a smaller piece of clear plastic to get the wipes out and then re-seal it afterwards. I find that it seals back very easily and stays down and I have never found the wipes to be dry. The packet tells you that the wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria which most of these things do. (I often wonder what sort of bacteria the .1% is that it doesn't kill, I don't suppose we will ever know!) The usual ingredients are listed on the back and instructions for use.
As soon as you pull out a wipe you can smell the fresh lemonny citrus smell which is very pleasant. I would say that most of my cleaners are lemon fragrance as this is a personal favourite of mine. I use the wipes daily to wipe my worktop, sink and drainer as I find that they remove stains easily and don't leave any streaky marks. If I am using them to clean the top of my cooker I will sometimes use two together as I have to scrub a bit harder and just like the feel of the extra thickness with my fingers. However they are not made for really deep cleaning so for this purpose I will use a stronger product and a scourer.
I also use them to wipe the kitchen cupboard doors and if I spill anything onto the floor and I am not going to wash it that day I drop one onto the floor and rub it with my foot (saves bending down) and it removes marks quickly and easily.
I use them in the bathroom most days to wipe around the toilet seat, rim and flush and they are easily flushed down the loo afterwards. I wipe the taps with them as I can't stand water splashes on them and to wipe the sink round.
I have been buying these for a good couple of months now and find them to be a very good quality. I have never had one split or tear on me and I love the fresh lemon smell which you can smell for some time after use. I also have the confidence that I am helping to get rid of the germs and bacteria that are hidden around the house.
I will continue to buy these wipes but if I see other similar ones for a cheaper price I would give them a try also.
Cleaning up seems to be apart of my everyday life. Not something I enjoy but to be honest, not something I hate either. I tend to go into automatic mode these days. Two young children and a slightly messy mummy means I need a decent stocked cleaning cupboard. All products need to be easy and quick to use, affordable and ideally multi functional so one product can clean either different surfaces or different rooms. I bought this product in my local Asda store for £1.50 and the packet contains 84 wipes in lemon fragrance.
Why did I buy this?
I bought it because I was actually looking for an affordable packet of cleaning wipes at the time. The other wipes available costing the same price had a lot less wipes in the packet, so I found this one very economical.
How is it packaged?
In the typical way this type of product is-the wipes are encased in a plastic packet, rectangular in shape. Made of some form of plastic and mostly white in colour. On the front right at the top, is the' Asda 'logo with Chosen by you underneath. Below that it states this product kills 99.9% bacteria and directly underneath that it tells you what the product is and how many-84 Multi Surface Cleaning Wipes. Fragrance is mentioned and where you can use it.
On the back it gives you directions of use, ingredients list, general cautions, what product does and company contact details.
To get to the wipes, there is a small opening on the front which is covered with clear small plastic, that you can pull back and take out wipes, then place back so can be resealed.
Contains amongst other ingredients: Disinfectant, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Parfum, Geraniol , Citronellol .
Where and how can I use these?
They can be used in various rooms in the home e.g kitchen , bathroom. You can use them on most surfaces that you would normally want to wipe and especially those where you want an anti bacterial action, such as high chairs, kitchen worktops, toilets, sinks etc. Not suitable for use on carpets, upholstery, fabric. Not to be flushed down the toilet. Must be disposed off with normal waste.
To use-peel back label and remove wipe. Reseal when not in use so the rest of the wipes remain moist.
How do I use them?
I tend to use these mainly in the toilet and bathroom, on work surfaces in the kitchen and to wipe down my childrens chair and table set where they eat their meals, and draw/play with creative things such as Play Doh.
How do I find them?
They are average size for a wipe, so has plenty of surface area to do what job it needs to do. The thickness for me was abit thin and would have liked there to have been a touch more, as they felt too flimsy for me, and I normally use 2 wipes at a time to clean around the toilet as an example, but with these I used 3.
The smell was definitely lemon, fresh and clean and citrus in fragrance, but I would have liked the smell to have been stronger. I didn't feel the fragrance lasted very long after using them on the relevant surfaces.
They did a decent job with cleaning. I didn't feel I had to work too hard in regards to removing grime and dirt. But to be fair, I wouldn't use a product like this if I needed to remove something stuck on or hard to get off. I would use a cloth with a some form of product on it and elbow grease. I don't feel these are designed for tough dirt and grime.
Would I buy these again? Price wise I thought this was good, until I read the last review on these and mentioned when they had bought them ( this was afew years back ) this product contained 100 wipes and cost a £1.00! Recession, inflation, such is life. Maybe even a different formulation. In regards to todays prices the price is fair and quite good for the amount you get. The product itself does clean but needs work on it as mentioned above about the thickness and fragrance. I would buy these again for the same price if not less and if there were no other alternatives that were comparable with cost and amount of wipes. If I could get something similar in both those areas, probably not.
Decent wipes but could be better.
With finances getting tighter for everyone we all need to look around for ways to try to save money where we can but as far as possible we all want to do this with as little change as possible in our standards of living and so there are certain products out there which we look to see if we can get for cheaper and this was exactly how I came across these Asda cleaning wipes for around the home but did they allow for me to make savings and still have a great standard of product?
Asda multi-surface cleaning wipes offer great quality cleaning power that will cut through grease and grime whilst killing 99.9% of bacteria so that you can feel confident your home is clean and safe from bacteria and germs.
These wipes are fragranced with a fresh lemon scent so that once you have cleaned the surfaces your room will feel cleaner and smell fresh. The fragrance is a fairly strong one but is not overpowering like some other cheaper cleaning wipes can be.
Packaging of these cleaning wipes is very simple and well designed to allow for you to get to them quickly and easily but also ensuring the wipes retain their cleaning power. The pack is resealable which ensure that the wipes will retain their moisture and cleaning power for as long as possible which means that you can feel confident when you need to use these that they are going to still give the same standard of cleaning as you got when you used the first wipe in the pack.
Asda multi-surface cleaning wipes are strong and so when you use these you don't need to worry about them falling apart when you put a little bit of pressure on the surface to remove dirt that is a bit tougher.
Cleaning wipes ensure that all of the germs, bacteria and dirt you have picked up do not remain in your home as you simply bin these once they are used.
These wipes offer fairly good value for money and are available for around £1 per 40 wipes which works out at around 2.5 pence to 3 pence per wipe.
These cleaning wipes offer fairly good value for money but as branded cleaning wipes are available on offer so regularly and work out as being better value for money then I prefer to buy in bulk when the branded wipes are on offer due to the fact I have more piece of mind from cleaning brands who have been in the market for years and built up that brand trust.
I found that with these wipes I had to scrub a little more than some of the branded wipes on the market which made me feel that they were not as powerful in their cleaning as some of the brand names out there.
Overall these are very good quality wipes that will leave your surfaces throughout your home clean and fresh. The wipes are strong and so even when you need to put some pressure on them they will not fall apart. Resealable packaging means these wipes will remain moist and full of their cleaning power for ages rather than having to worry about them drying out. A fairly good value for money product but as branded wipes are on offer so regularly and work out cheaper then for me it is worth picking a few of the brand packs up when on offer.
I'm a great lover of household wipes as I find them more hygienic than using cloths, particularly for areas such as toilet seats and flushes. The wipes I am reviewing are Asda 100 Multi-Surface Cleaning Wipes in a lemon fragrance.
The wipes come in a large white packet with the image of a rather dull and boring black and white kitchen sink on the front! There is a lemon banner stating that the wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria and underneath you are given illustrations of a kitchen, nursery and bathroom; all of which have a red tick against them, so Asda are advising us that the wipes are suitable for use in all these areas.
On the reverse of the packet we are informed that the wipes are antibacterial and can cut through both grease and grime. I was somewhat concerned to read that the packaging is not recyclable and I am surprised at Asda for not addressing this important issue, particularly as we are constantly being encouraged to recycle our waste.
What I love about these wipes is the gorgeous lemon fragrance. As soon as you open the packet by way of the adhesive pull tag on the front, you are greeted with a very refreshing and uplifting lemon scent, which smells totally natural. Whilst the lemon scent is particularly strong when you are using them, disappointingly it disappears after a few minutes so does not linger where you've just cleaned.
Each wipe measures 17½ cms square and is not overly moist. They are perfect for cleaning grease and grime and I use them in quite a few areas around my house, such as door handles, toilet flush, toilet seat, kitchen work surfaces and floor tiles.
In the past, I've experienced problems with other manufacturer's wipes that have caused a nasty reaction with the skin on my hands, but I've never experienced any adverse effects with these, even though they contain disinfectant. The wipes do not leave ugly soapy smear marks and your surfaces are left clean and sparkling.
The great thing about these wipes is the design of the packet. The pull tag easily secures itself back down after use, so you don't find yourself with a bag of dried out wipes the next time you want to use them. You can be confident that your wipes will remain fresh and moist throughout the whole of the packet.
As I'm not a regular customer of Asda, I wasn't aware until I read the small print that they are against animal testing, so you have the reassurance of knowing that each time you use one of the wipes that an innocent animal hasn't suffered as a result.
Unfortunately, the wipes cannot be flushed down the toilet and need to be disposed of with your normal household waste.
Asda provide warning advice on using these wipes, such as you should ensure you wash your hands after use and avoid contact with your eyes and damaged skin. Obviously, if contact occurs you should immediately wash the effected area with cold water.
You may be aware that Asda have a policy whereby if you are unhappy with any of their items you can obtain a refund and receive a replacement. The contact details are provided on the reverse of the packet if this is the case.
However, I really don't think you'll be unhappy with these wipes, as in my opinion, they are one of the best wipes available.
I've been using Asda Multi-Surface Cleaning Wipes for the last year and used to pay £1.50 per pack of 100. However, I was a little shocked when I visited Asda last week to replenish my supply, as the price has now drastically increased to £2.00.
For the effectiveness and freshness of the wipes, they receive 5 out of 5 dooyoo stars. Unfortunately, due to the high price tag, they lose a star, so only 4 out of 5 stars from me.
I hope you found my review useful and would thank you for reading.
I'm a bit of a freak when it comes to cleaning. I like things to be neat tidy and clean. But this is very hard with a messy two year old and a newborn baby. I don't have time to be using normal everyday sprays plus there really not safe kept under the sink since my daughters learned how to open the child safety catch. This is where the Asda multi-surface wipes come into play.
Priced at only £1 for a pack of 100, this is an absolute bargain. They are easy to use and very effective. They can be used on pretty much any surface. A pack only lasts us about two weeks. But i really do clean everything every day. From the side, cupboards and window sills in the kitchen to the glass TV stand and even the doors. They really are great for everything.
They claim to kill 99.9% of bacteria. I always used to think that if you wipe it twice does that mean it'll kill the last 0.01%. But my other half says I'm just having a blonde moment. No offensive to blond people. Anyway as I was saying, as it kills 99.9% of germs this means there great to use on my kids highchairs.
They come in a plastic packaging, like any other wipes and are re-sealable to keep the wipes moist. They are much more hygienic than a cloth and spray as once you have used the wipe you can just dispose of it in your bin.
They have quite a strong scent to them of lemon, I don't think this is a bad thing as is really does make you home smell clean and fresh, and leave your home sparkling.
It just goes to show you don't need to spend a fortune on these expensive cleaning products to get results. I would recommend that if you haven't yet tried these that there worth every penny and will make your cleaning tasks a lot easier and quicker.
These are a great way to quickly and effectively clean your home.
I love wipes for cleaning. They are great for when everything just needs a quick clean, rather than a full on scrub. I've used many branded wipes (as you know, branded is always better hahaha) but spotted these in Asda and thought well I'll give them a go.
The package isn't exactly appealing but then who cares? 100 wipes for £1 is awesome, and if they don't work, hey it's only £1 right?
So the package is basic white, with a sink picture, tells you it kills 99.9% of bacteria, that the wipes are 'lemon' and they are usable on multiple surfaces.
Great, off we go. The first thing you notice when you open the pack is the assault of lemon smell. This is great if you like lemon and citrus smells, not so great if you don't as it really is pretty strong. The wipes are soft and damp, easy to get out from the packet and don't clump together. I think this is because they are the right amount of dampness, other branded ones I find can be too wet.
So off we go to clean and well, they do exactly what they say they do. You wipe, they clean. I've used them on cermamics, plastics, stainless steel, brushed steel, glass, and they work well everytime. You won't need to use more than you would branded wipes.
I love using these to clean out the fridge (well as much as anyone likes cleaning the fridge), the smell they leave behind is just fantastic. I like lemon smells, it always smells fresh and clean to me.
Overall I would say that these are an absolute bargain buy. Ditch the branded ones, they aren't any better and more often than not don't smell as good either.
We use quite a lot of wipes to clean the surfaces at home and unless other more expensive brands are on offer, the ones we usually buy are Asda's own brand of multi-surface anti-bacterial cleaning wipes.
These can be used in the kitchen, nursery and bathroom and are supposed to be suitable for cleaning grease and grime and kills 99.9% of bacteria.
These are great to use as they're so easy to just pull one out of the pack and swipe it across the surface. They leave the surface looking sparkling clean and I always feel so proud after the kitchen worktops have been cleaned with these as it makes them look brand new and shiny. They also have a very pleasant lemon scent which makes the rest of room smell rather nice.
The only thing that makes me not 100% pleased with these is that they're not too good at getting rid of hard stains such as hard grease or sauce that has set and gone hard on the worktop. You have to really scrub hard with these and use your nail to get it up whereas other better brands of wipes that I've used I haven't needed to try so hard to git rid of the mess. Other more recent and soft grease and mess they get of rid of perfectly well though it's just with the harder stains that you need to scrub a bit harder.
These come in a big pack of 100 wipes so they last quite a long time which is a bonus as other packs of wipes usually contain around 40-60. Unless a better brand is on offer and works out better value I usually buy these as at the normal selling price they're cheaper and they work perfectly well for cleaning the surfaces and making them look sparkly and new.
Anyone who regularly reads my reviews will know looking through my past reviews I am a bit of a cleanerholic! I absolutely love cleaning and adore buying new products that I see when I'm out and about to help me clean with ease!
These wipes I spotted in Asda costing a mere 99p a packet and being a fan of throw away wipes for anything.... simply had to try them out!
White oblong plastic packet with a piece to the centre you unpeel to pull a wipe out with. On the front of the packet there is a picture of a kitchen sink on there and I'm told they are Asda '40' multi-Surface Cleaning Wipes which are lemon in fragrance 'Cuts through grease & grime including E.coli, Listeria and Salmonella and that they are ideal to use in the kitchen, nursery and bathroom and kills 99% of bacteria. On the back of the packet I'm told a bit about the product, directions for use are given, ingredients are listed along with warnings and contact details for Asda being given. Easy enough to open and close, resealable packet this is and it's informative enough too.
A Bit About The Product According To The Information Given On The Back Of The Packet:
Asda multi-surface cleaning wipes are all you need for everyday household use. Each wipe provides all day protection against harmful germs and bacteria and keeps your surfaces sparkling clean and freshly scented. Suitable for kitchen, nursery and bathroom.
Directions For Use:
Peel back label and remove wipe. Re-seal label to keep wipes fresh and moist. Wipe surfaces evenly to clean an kill household bacteria. Allow surfaces to dry. Dispose of wipe after use.
Me Using Them:
In the packet of course there are 40 wipes in there all folded up and easy to get out. All rather thin looking white material but of good size and square in shape. Moist enough too they have a soapy sort of lemon fragrance to them which is perfectly pleasant to the nostrils and all you do of course is wipe down wherever needs it. Absorbent and robust, and great at cleaning off sticky messes I found these brilliant for quick and effortless cleaning of the bathroom and things like kitchen worktops. They dried almost straight after stopping using them leaving no nasty residue behind them and of course then all you do is bin then.
For big jobs you do need a fair few wipes but I like the fuss free, effortless cleaning that these give and trust them to kill the bacteria it says on the packet (99.9%). At 99p a packet I think they are a handy to store in say a kitchen and/or nursery/bathroom so you never need to be dirty again!
Only available in Asda stores.