Sainsbury's Basics Furniture Polish Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Product Type: Furniture Polish
Newest Review: ... spree every once in a while and polish everything to within an inch of its life, but this is a very few and far between pastime. Due to my total distain for polishing, I refuse to pay a huge amount for a polish that you spray on then wipe off. I have often jut used a damp cloth to rid shelves and mantelpieces of dust. Basics always come to my rescue and at 31p for a can of furniture polish, ... more
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
If there is one chore I hate more than ironing, it is polishing. I have tried (in vain) to get my kids to do it but no amount of bribery will get them to do it either. I do do it, I don't want people to think I live in a dust infested pit but I am not consciously checking for dust and polishing skirting boards etc. I will go on a cleaning spree every once in a while and polish everything to within an inch of its life, but this is a very few and far between pastime. Due to my total distain for polishing, I refuse to pay a huge amount for a polish that you spray on then wipe off. I have often jut used a damp cloth to rid shelves and mantelpieces of dust. Basics ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I try lots of different brands of polish to polish my wooden furniture, I do prefer the branded varieties to the shops own but I do like to save money when I have to buy extras at the supermarket. This brand I hadn't bought before to polish my furniture and so thought it was about time I tried it. The polish comes housed in a can with a removable lid, it has a press down nozzle, the nozzle presses down easily too and the can is basic looking and just in the usual Basics colours. The can is tall and sits well on a surface. I find it doesn't tip over. I just spray a small amount either directly onto my furniture or onto a duster, I find it does have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Although I do the main bulk of my shopping in Tescos, at times I like to alternate to our local Sainsbury's and Asda for a change and a few weeks ago I opted for Sainsburys. One item on my shopping list was furniture polish. I tend to go for the middle of the road polishes or branded polishes such as Mr Sheen if they are on offer, but nothing took my fancy so I thought I might as well try the Sainsbury's basics polish to see how it fared. Obviously the packaging is very basic and not particularly inspiring at all, though saving on fancy packaging is one reason why this range is so cheap. The main bulk of the canister is white with just the orange Sainsburys ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
After being very impressed with the Sainsbury's Basics Range floor cleaner, I have been less iffy about buying other cleaning products from the range - I do find that sometimes it is better to pay a bit more in order to get decent quality items. However, I failed to see how you can really go wrong with furniture polish. I usually buy Pledge or Mr Sheen ie. big name brands, but I popped this basic polish into my shopping trolley as it was the bargain price of 35p (for 300ml). Most other brands normally retail for £1 or more. The packaging is typical for the Basics range - a plain white tin with a white plastic lid and orange writing. It says on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Review of Sainsbury's Basics Furniture Polish I know many people have commented that they do not see the need for reviews on basic/value/budget products on sites such as this, but I disagree. I have read many such reviews and thanks to other people's experiences have switched to budget products that I may have otherwise discounted. Therefore I make no apologies for reviewing a product that costs a mere 30p! ~~The Product~~ I am reviewing Sainsbury's Basics Furniture Polish, a budget product aimed at the penny concious shopper. The furniture polish comes in a steel aerosol can with white plastic lid. The polish is operated by ... Read the complete review
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