Product Type: Dishmatique Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Dishmatique / Product Type: Washing Up Liquid / The Dishmatique washing up handle is simply filled with your chosen washing up liquid which is then automatically dispensed through the scouring head giving concentrated cleaning power where it is needed.
Newest Review: ... the bath, it is so easy to clean with this dishmatique. They are great to use on a dog or cat bowl, if the food gets dried ... more
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Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
by - written on 28/10/03, updated on 28/10/03 (Very useful, 330 readings)
It's more than ten years ago and probably nearer fifteen since I got my Dishmatique. It was an impulse buy in Tesco and my husband scoffed, but the same one is still living in the cupboard under the sink and it's in regular use. It's the most effective aid to washing up that I know. Take a clear plastic tube about nine inches long. Put a screw cap on one end and then fit a scouring pad diagonally to the other end. If you can't picture it have a look at http://www.easydo.demon.co.uk/dishmatique.htm and you'll see exactly what I mean. Fill the tube up with your favourite washing-up liquid and you're ready to go. It's clever, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11, updated on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I had not seen or heard of dishmatic before I started working at my new workplace where they have one in the staff canteen. Having used the work dishmatic several times I decided I really wanted one myself and went on the hunt for one. I managed to find one in Asda and it was also on a special offer which made it even better. I purchased the dishmatic for just £1.00 today from Asda. I was really surprised at how cheap they were as I was expecting to have to pay more than double this. The dishmatic is a scourer topped sponge attached to a clear and green handle. What makes the dishmatic so unique is that you can fill the hollow handle with washing up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I hate dishes piling up in my house generally because once they start piling up I then put off doing them for as long as I possibly can, as such I don't see the point in filling a washing bowl with water and washing up liquid when I am simply washing a cup and plate or something similar. I first bought the dishmatique as I had seen my friend using one in his house and now I haven't been without one for about the past 5 years. You can buy these from supermarkets and usually sell for £1.33 which is complete with one head, the dishmatique or dishmatic as it seems to be called now comes on a cardboard sheets with simply a piece of cardboard wrapped around the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
The best part of a year ago I decided to invest in a Dishmatic (otherwise called a dishmatique). I'm not a huge fan of doing the washing up and hate having to have my hands in mucky water for so long if there's a big load. I bought my dishmatic from Tesco, and it now costs £1.30. It comes with one pad attatched. The idea of the dishmatic is that you fill the handle with washing up liquid which is them distributed over whatever you are washing through the scourer pad on the end. There is a small flip top cap at the end of the Dishmatic which you flip up to open, fill, then clip down to close. It's very easy to fill up and I would say it holds around 20 ml of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have been using the Dishmatique for so long and it's undoubtedly a must have in the kitchen! I have used it at university the whole year too, having to wash up everything without a dishwasher. So many people use ordinary sponges or scourers, and then they peer over at me and see me with this 'device'. It's nothing special guys, just a dishmatique! I thought more people would have had these but obviously not. It makes washing up a whole lot funner and easier. You can buy it at Tesco for around 99p, where it comes with a new head already on. There are three different heads you can buy for this washing up stick. The white one is for non-stick items such as ... Read the complete review
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