Ecover Washing Up Liquid Reviews
Product Type: Ecover Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Ecover / Product Type: Washing Up Liquid
Newest Review: ... squeeze is enough for a sinkful of bubbles, and I've certainly found that to be the case. I need to use very little to ... more
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by - written on 26/10/07 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I used to use fairy to clean my dishes but last year I discovered that proctor and gamble test products on animals. Now, I wouldn't state I'm any kind of animal activist, or a warrior for fair trade...I don't go vigorously seeking products to boycott, and I don't do a great deal of investigation into the products I buy. That said, if I learn a product I often use is animal tested, I would endeavour to discover a superior and kinder alternative. That's how I ended up using Ecover. Ecover is the lone non-animal tested and environmentally friendly product I was able to locate on my supermarket shelves, and was suggested to me by a friend who's very exacting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/07 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I have to admit that I had noticed that some of our "environmentalist" friends used this product and I always thought it had to be completely ineffective if it was good for the environment. So I have always stuck to my big brand varieties but at the same time I have been quite aware about the number of chemicals that we have in our kitchen cupboards but to my shame had done nothing about it. So when we went on holiday and the cottage we stayed in used all Ecover products I felt like I was getting a free sample so I test drove the products and was particularly impressed by the washing up liquid. So much so that when we got home and I needed to buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/08 (Very useful, 140 readings)
It might not be an all-singing, all-dancing entertainment system, but Ecover washing up liquid is still my brand of choice on the rare occasion that I'm forced to don the Marigolds and scrub something that my dishwasher has failed to clean. Here are my five reasons why: First of all, though it's not the most bubbly liquid on the market, it works well, cutting through grease and grime, leaving everything really clean. Second of all, it's made of vegetable detergents (based on coconut oil) which are less toxic to aquatic life and which biodegrade quickly and completely, minimizing the damage that your washing up is doing to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/04, updated on 27/05/04 (Very useful, 2455 readings)
Our dishwasher is out of action. It's sitting in the garage feeling rather lonely. One day, when I've sorted out the conservatory/extension/outhouse, and it's become the laundry, and there's room in the kitchen, our dishwasher will be pressed into service once again. Until then ? and at the Murphy rate of house improvement it may be some time ? we are back to washing up by hand. Hard work, isn't it? Guess which washing up liquid we're using? Ecover. Ecover are probably the most famous of the "environmentally-friendly" manufacturers of household detergents. Among their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/01, updated on 15/11/01 (Very useful, 260 readings)
It is a little-known fact that female moomins don’t like getting their paws wet. Thus in the Moominhouse you will always find Mr Moomin wearing the marigolds, while Mrs Moomin wields the tea-towel. However, this opinion is not about marigolds or tea-towels (you’ll no doubt be pleased to hear) but is about Washing-up Liquid. Well, I didn’t think I should bore you with another ‘my experience of . . . . ‘ opinion! Not for a while anyway . . . * * * Being the environmentally-friendly animals that we are, we use Ecover products whenever possible. The Ecover company develops and produces many different washing and cleaning ... Read the complete review
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