Tesco Washing Up Liquid Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Tesco / Product Type: Washing Up Liquid
Newest Review: ... packaging. It comes in a clear plastic bottle with a red flip top lid. The Tesco logo is displayed on the front and in large ... more
by - written on 11/09/11, updated on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Washing up liquid is a simple product for me to buy. I usually opt to buy something from the Persil range as I trust it and know its good stuff. However many of us at the moment are of course watching our pennies and the other day I spotted this in my local Tesco store costing £1.20 a bottle or any two bottles for £1.20 so I grabbed a couple of the lemon scented bottles (apple fragrance was also available I just didn't fancy that lol). The Packaging: The bottle is see-through with a red flip-top lid opening to the top of it and it holds 500ml of the liquid. On the front of the bottle we are told that it is Tesco Lemon Washing Up Liquid 'Long Lasting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Before I get started on this review, I should probably begin by saying that we have a dishwasher in our house, so our use of washing up liquid is not as heavy as some households where washing up is done by hand. We do, however, still use it to soak pans and dishes which have stubborn dried on food on them, and also for cleaning things like paint trays and oily hands. In this respect our use of washing up liquid is probably more intense than some households. ==The price== The main obvious advantage of Tesco washing up liquid is the price. It currently sells for £0.75 per 500ml, compared to Fairy costing £1.25 for 450ml. The saving is not life ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/11, updated on 24/07/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I have tried numerous cheaper products to try and find those that are just as good as the branded products although I have to say after trying this one I am going to stick with the Fairy brand. The Tesco washing up liquid costs 78p for a 500ml bottle which works out at just over 15p per 100mls and when you compare that you can get 650ml of fairy washing up liquid for £1.50 which works out at just under 24p per 100ml it is quite a bit cheaper but does it do the job? Like the Fairy brand you can get any amount of different fragrances of the Tesco version and can even get it in anti-bacterial, I personally tend to go for these products in a lemon fragrance. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/11, updated on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
We've changed our buying habits enormously since prices started to up in the supermarkets and everybody kept mentioning 'the credit crunch', in the old days we were under the impression that Fairy Liquid was the best washing up liquid for the job, but of course being the best it was also the most expensive, thus we have decided to experiment during the weekly shop to see if we can reduce costs on items like these to retain more cash for the business of having food to eat. The good thing about Tesco own brand is that it is cheap but based on the more expensive product, unlike say a drink or food, you don't need to taste it, all you want is an item that cleans ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Increasingly, the idea is getting hold that constant use of antibacterial cleaning products in the home may not be the greatest of hygiene strategies, because of the way that any antibacterial-resistant bacteria surviving the cleaning process may go on to form super-bacterial colonies. Having said that, Tesco Antibacterial washing up liquid comes in a nice bright cobalt blue colour and smells good - even if it has got a slightly odd fragrance for a cleaning product: to me it smells exactly like the pot-pourri-scented tourist gift shoppe we used to go to sometimes in St Andrews in the 1970s. It is of course liquid soap for (hand) washing your dishes with. ... Read the complete review
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