Thirstpockets Kitchen Towel Reviews
Product Type: Thirstpockets /Type: Kitchen Cleaner Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Thirstpockets /Type: Kitchen Cleaner / Product Type: Towel
Newest Review: ... as far as I'm concerned and no doubt, adds to the overall price. The quality is far superior to the cheaper brands and ... more
by - written on 17/09/13 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I cannot admit to being brand loyal when it comes to kitchen rolls and tend to purchase from the mid range. However, my husband has been educated well by his supersavvy wife and as a result, whilst carrying out our weekly shop a couple of months ago he discovered that Thirst Pockets were on special offer, so he bulk purchased a good few packs with each containing four rolls. I've tired some of the value brands in the past and whilst very affordable, offered very little paper on the rolls, which was of a poor quality. However, Thirst Pockets are fairly chunky and if you favour decorated paper as opposed to plain white, there are some colourful images to look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/12, updated on 30/01/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I always have a roll of kitchen roll in my house but I tend to switch brands depending on which has the better offer. However, I have been sticking to Thirst Pockets a lot more as to me they are on of the better brands around at the minute. I was recommended them by a family member and ever since using them I have been quite loyal as they seem to be of really good quality and they look fine in my kitchen and last me a good amount of time. APPEARANCE Each kitchen roll has a cardboard cylinder holding all of the sheets on it and then it has a quilted effect all over which is probably why it absorbs so well. It has a coloured line and spiral design all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Kitchen roll, like toilet roll, is a necessity, and one that I feel you can't cut corners on by buying the very basic, but at the same time I refuse to pay for the top of the range. So, I stick to somewhere in the middle, and buy when there are offers on the dearer kitchen rolls. Besides the big brands lik plenty, I also like to pick up these lotus thirst pocket kitchen rolls, when they are on offer. In Tesco, there are just under £1.80 for a pack of 2, but I recently picked up a 2 + 1 extra free for £1 in a b&m discount store, which I thought was amazing value. I cannot justify spending £1.80 on two kitchen rolls at full price and would never buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 203 readings)
I normally like to buy kitchen roll that has some sort of pictures printed on it- the stuff from the £1 shop with Disney Princesses on it is usually a firm favourite- despite the fact it is very poor as an absorbent product- atleast it looks pretty. I accidentally ordered 9 rolls of Kitchen roll last month from Sainsburies online which had pretty stars on them and came with free packs of table scatter stars. But we used these all up surprisingly fast so I found myself in to Co-op looking for cheap kitchen roll a few weeks ago. I refuse to pay £3.60 for two rolls of Plenty (the stuff that used to be called Bounty) but I saw the Thirst Packets 2 pack of plain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Thirstpockets Kitchen Towel is marketed as being a brand name, but really I've not been terribly impressed with it so far. I tried it twice now, the first time because it was on offer, and the second time because I had a coupon from Tesco that made it cheaper than even the Tesco Value kitchen towel was. It normally retails at £1.79 for a packet of two, or £4.08 for a packet of 6. That's hardly cheap. This stuff looks like it might be effective when you first get a look at it. The towels are very thin, but they're covered in little raised 'pockets' that are allegedly for soaking up liquids with. They look just like you'd expect them to look, what with ... Read the complete review
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