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I tried this laundry product when I saw it for 99p rather than the £3 plus I normally paid for my liquid laundry. The Easy product comes in three different versions. Since Dooyoo posted the product picture the product packaging has been redesigned to be more slimline and without the carry handle picture which is a bit of a shame. The yellow version seen in the picture is the 3 in 1 version which promises that it will give biological action, brighten your laundry and make it easy to iron. The other versions are a purple liquid which is the colour care formulation and a green one which is the non bio. I have tried both the three in one and the colour care.
Both variants contain ample instructions on the back as to how to use them. There are different amounts to be used depending on the level of soiling. I have not had to use the products on any heavy soiling but on light and medium everything I have washed has come up as clean as I would wish. I can't say that the three in one makes my clothes easier to iron or that it brightens my washing significantly but it cleans well. I would say really do stick to the suggested amounts of liquid. If you don't you will have a lot of foam to deal with which may need an extra rinse cycle to get rid of. I know this because the first time I used both, scared that a cheap liquid wouldn't work I added an extra measure of liquid.
The yellow liquid has just a light clean laundry smell. The purple is more perfumed and is more obvious on the washed clothes. It is still subtle though. Some may wish for more scent. I am happy to recommend it as a good basic laundry and I am still myself using both. My colours are looking good.
Jeyes are a UK based company focused on household cleaning.
Founded in 1877 and holding the Royal Warrant since 1896, Jeyes develop effective and well known cleaning products.
Easy Liquid Laundry Detergent.
Comes in moulded bottle with integral handle.
1 litre - my bottles had 33% extra.
Made by Jeyes.
Bottle states it is for 10 washes + 3 free extra ones.
Use the cap to measure which holds 40 mls.
Instructions for quantities to use vary from 40 mls for lightly soiled items in soft water areas to 125 mls of heavy soiled articles in hard water districts.
Hand wash - use 75 mls in 10 litres of water - do not use in enamel bath for soaking.
Not tested on animals by or on behalf of Jeyes
Midnight Inspiration - pink - Jasmine and Orchid.
Non-Bio - lime green - Aloe Vera.
Also apparently do fragrances Raspberry & Pomegranate and Midnight and also Coloursafe and 3 in 1 versions, but I have not seen those.
I bought mine in the local £1 shop.
I find this washing liquid very reasonable and effective.
I began purchasing this from our local £1 shop a while ago as it was much cheaper than anything I could purchase online with Tesco.
I tend to do most of my washing at 30 degrees and with that I find that washing powders never seen to dissolve properly so for those washes I always use liquids. For heavily soiled items such as my husbands gardening clothes I wash them at 40 degrees and usually use something like Daz. Not because this wouldn't clean them, but more out of habit really - plus I have some huge boxes of powder I bought on offer ages ago that need using up!
However most of my washing is not particularly dirty as such and a quick 30 minute cycle at 30 degrees I find quite good enough for most things.
Personally I only ever use one cap of the liquid and the clothes come out quite fresh. I do not bother about which fragrance I buy as it does not linger on the clothes once they are washed anyway. I think far too much store is often placed on the sort of fragrance in these liquids and for me as long as it cleans I am quite happy.
Using just one 40 ml cap for a load of washing means I can get 25 washes for £1 - great value.
Jeyes is a well known and long established company, we have all heard and used Jeyes fluid at some time or other I expect. Also they do state that nothing is tested on animal, which is a bonus.
This I find both easy to use and economical. Compared with Tesco Value Laundry Liquid (which only comes in a biological version) for £1.60.
I get this liquid in my local £1 shop so I presume that is the sort of place to pick it up, I also believe they sell it at Poundland. If you get a chance pick up a bottle or two. Definitely worth it and for value you cannot go wrong.
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