Persil Washing up Liquid - Orange Crush Reviews
Product Type: Persil Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Persil / Type: Washing up Liquid
Newest Review: ... it just use gloves like I do as it is better for your hands anyway. This is a great buy and Persil have created another ... more
by - written on 12/11/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Although I would normally consider myself to be brand-loyal to Fairy when it comes to washing up liquid I do from time to time buy cheaper alternatives when there are savings to be made and bargains to be had. Persil washing up liquid is on offer at Morrisons at the moment and for £1.50 I managed to get 2 bottles of the stuff, one of which being the Orange Crush variety and my focus for this review. I bought mine simply because of the Persil name; its a recognisable household brand and whilst more associated with laundry detergents I figured that if they could produce powders and liquids that are designed to clean fabrics then it wouldn't be much of a stretch to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I love writing cosmetics reviews but I know my writing style can be a bit "wordy" - particular apologies to the males who regularly read my reviews! Lately I've wanted to write more household product reviews as they are hopefully likely to be of more use to all people who read them and also they might help me keep the words down. Well, that's the intention! So here's my attempt to get my experience of Persil Washing Up Liquid (Orange Crush) into words. ***WHY DID I BUY IT?*** Until the end of the year my other half has to live away during the week, so we only have weekends together. We both love good food and cookery, and with our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/13 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I always change my washing up liquid regularly as there are new products being brought out all of the time and it is good to change things. I like well known brands but as I mention quite often in my reviews, I do suffer from sensitive skin so I need to be very careful about what I am buying. The latest washing up liquid I purchased was this Persil Orange Crush one, the main thing that caught my attention was the orange liquid but also I love the smell of oranges and so this seemed like something I'd really love to use. I have used Persil products before and always found them to be quite good quality, it was worth a try and if it did irritate my hands I just wouldn't use Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/12, updated on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 107 readings)
As you may have seen from some of my older reviews I do occasionally try some of the cheaper brands of washing up liquid, but they do tend to be false economy. I have to say that the best idea for me is to wait for Fairy or Persil to be on offer and buy my washing up liquid then - usually stocking up if the offer is good. This is how I came to buy my current liquid which is Persil Orange Crush and I bought a 625ml bottle for just £1 from Tesco's. The pretty, orange liquid comes in a clear plastic container so it is easy to see how much is left and, of course, it goes into the recycling bag once it is empty. The information on the front of the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Persil is a very well know brand. One that I trust and have been buying for years. So when I saw this washing up liquid I thought I'd buy it because it caught my eye on the shelf. The liquid is housed in a clear plastic bottle and it has a flip top. The liquid is orange in colour, it is easy to squeeze the bottle and the liquid flows well because it is a smooth consistency. One that isn't runny and quite rich. The quality is really good. Only a small amount squeezed into the water is well enough to give a good lather to wash the dishes. I find it cleans all my dishes well, it removes the grease from the plates and leaves them clean. My drinking ... Read the complete review
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