Sainsbury's Basics Furniture Polish Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Furniture Polish / Category: Cleaning & Disinfectant
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, 17 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, 111 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 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, 112 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
by - written on 03/08/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Sainsburys furniture polish Basics Yet another amazing product from the Sainsburys Basics range, at a mere 30p it is a great furniture polish and i was suprised at the price. The Package ********* Comes in a white can and contains 300ml of furniture polish. Apparently this product states that it is quality checked on the tin. Has the usual red writing on the tin, and has a cap that you pull off and push back on when not in use. It smells clean and fresh, and i apply mine to my dusting cloth, then wipe my surfaces over that need to be polished. I thought that it did a good job, and as i use quite a bit of furniture ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Sainsbury's Basics Furniture P ...
Sainsbury's In Cistern Blocks - cheaper than other loo fresheners, with light cleaning action & fresh smell doesn't tackle heavy stains
Sainsbury's Basics Liquid Toilet Cleaner - Cheap and smells nice No disinfectant
Sainsbury's Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner - Good stain removal and odour neutralising abilities on fresh stains Not so good on older stains where it can darken light carpets or lighten darker ones.
Sainsbury's Bathroom Cleaner - Cleans well, buffs up stainless steel and enamel a treat You have to not use to much of it and be sensible using it
Sainsbury's Fabric Freshener - Easy to use bottle, quick drying and fragrance when first used Doesn't do anything at all!
|More products in Household Cleaning|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Duzzit Dish Brush With Dispenser|
Nice to hold and small sponge gets into tall glasses etc
Makes water very soapy
|Dylon Burlesque Red Machine Dye||Cinderella Coconut Bathroom Cleaner|
Looks great and smells better than it looks
Hard to find it in the shops -boo!
|SC Johnson Duck Power Odour Elimination|
works quickly, good results
|Dylon Dark Green Hand Dye||Dylon Dark Brown Hand Dye|
|Asda Bathroom Cleaner|
Cleans well, easy to use, very cheap
Fragrance needs to be abit stronger, packaging doesnt stand out
|Dylon China Blue Hand Dye||Wheelers Beeswax Leather Cleaning Spray|
Easy to use, effective, smells lovely, doesn't require much effort to use
Expensive full price - shop around !
|Avon Naturals Lemon Blossom & Basil Room Spray|
Lovely Scent & Easy To Use..!
I wish the scent lasted longer..