Daisy Original Washing Up Liquid Reviews
Product Type: Daisy Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Daisy / Type: Washing Up Liquid / Category: Cleaning & Disinfectant
Newest Review: ... allows you to dispense the washing up liquid by squeezing on the sides of the bottle. The liquid itself is a bright green ... more
by - written on 03/12/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Kitchen essentials appear to have skyrocketed in price over the last few years, so its no wonder that big brand names are being replaced by cheaper budget products, none more so than supermarket own brands. Daisy is Tesco's lower range washing up liquid and provides a good alternative to a certain other brand which shares its name with Peter Pan's nagging companion. Here are my thoughts about this very average but usable dish washing liquid. --Wait for the Squeak...-- Since being subjected to those horribly cheesy Fairy Liquid ads of the 70s and 80s, When I do the washing up I have an ingrained habit of running my finger over a plate to listen for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/11, updated on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Washing up is a chore I absolutely detest, but not having a dish washer it is one I'm all to familiar with. I do love a nice thick bottle of Fairy simply because it makes the task easier, however there are two other brands which come a very close second Tesco's own label 'Daisy' and 'Morning Fresh'. The original green daisy comes in a nice fat bottomed bottle which stands its ground quite well, which is great being a little clumsy a good selling point for me. I can't count the times I've found my wobbly cylindrical cheap brands up ended in my sink spilling its guts. You have to be very clumsy to knock this one over (and I have managed it once or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Fairy is usually found next to my kitchen sink, but sometimes I like to give other brands a try - although invariably end up going back to my favourite. I paid 59p for this 500ml bottle, which is a good saving compared to 99p Fairy. You need a good old squirt to use this washing up liquid properly, fortunately the thin consistency makes this easy every time - even when you only want a bit! I knew from the way the level dropped in the bottle after my first washing up session that the bottle wouldn't last long, and I was right - just six days later I was throwing the empty bottle in the bin and cracking open a Fairy. Makes the 40p saving seem a bit pointless ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/11 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I am a fan of Daisy. I buy her in many guises, one of which is this washing up liquid. She's on equal footing price wise with other own brands and she is quite attractive, as washing up liquids go. She comes in a flexible plastic 500ml bottle with a red cap, which flips open to dispense her. She wears a label with her name on (with a cute daisy to dot the 'I') and a pretty flower peeking up from the bottom; the back of her label states the usual information such as directions for use, warnings and ingredients. She tells us she shouldn't be used on fabrics, she should be stored upright and may irritate sensitive or damaged skin with prolonged contact and she certainly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
With washing up liquids, every time I buy them I like to change the scent or the brand. I don't do this because I don't like the performance of the previous ones, however I do get bored easily and like to try as many brands as possible to really know which ones I think give best results. While at Tesco I was surprised at how cheap the washing up liquid was but I really didn't want to spend a lot so I bought the Daisy one which I hadn't used before but for the price and look of it, it didn't look too cheap. PACKAGING The Daisy original washing up liquid bottle is in a normal shaped bottle for this product type, in clear plastic that narrows slightly ... Read the complete review
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