Asda Kitchen Foil Reviews
Product Type: Asda household products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Kitchen Foil
Newest Review: ... more expensive foil rolls out there believe it or not. Comparing this foil to Asda Smart price foil i would more prefer this ... more
Customer Asda Kitchen Foil Reviews (16)
by - written on 13/06/13 (Very useful, 11 readings)
=Asda Kitchen Foil= Kitchen Foil is one of those things that are in the house, until you come to need it and can't find it. Especially just before Christmas and your baking the Christmas Cakes and I needed a ton of foil to wrap them in. =Asda to the rescue= We are quite lucky we have an Asda store less than 5 minutes from our house, so I sent his lordship down for some foil. =Price and Availability= He brought a Asda own brand foil, 10 metres in length and was £1.49. This can be purchased in store or online. =The Packaging= The foil comes wrapped in a white cardboard box, once opened there is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/13 (Very useful, 42 readings)
After getting fed up with using cheap foil I decided to go up a brand in kitchen foil from the budget value stuff to Asda's own brand to see if it had a better quality. I was fed up with ripping the cheap stuff and wasting half of it. This Asda kitchen foil can only be bought from Asda either in store or online if you do your shopping that way. It will cost you around £1.50. The foil comes inside a cardboard box baring the Asda branding and product information. The box also contains an edge that contains cutting teeth; this is already a step up from the Smartprice foil as this doesn't come in a box so you don't have anything to cut it with. I find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Tin foil is a staple product in my kitchen that I simply could not do without. I use it for so many things from wrapping sandwiches, wrapping up food for the next day to keep it fresh, to using it to cook things on in the oven. This particular tinfoil costs around £1.30 from asda, which is quite a cheap price. It comes in a box which opens to reveal a perforated edge to make it easier to tear your tin foil. I find that it is quite difficult to get a good clean tear from this box - but then I have found that with all tin foil boxes no matter how much I have paid. The tin foil itself is medium strength I would say, and is very decent for the price. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I nearly always use foil to wrap up lunch box sandwiches, but I tend to purchase the Tesco value range wrapping foil, which works a treat, however, it isn't suitable for use in the oven and so I always have to purchase a proper kitchen foil that I can use in the oven etc. I tend to go between Tesco proper kitchen foil as this Asda one. I don't have an Asda in my town, but I do visit one that is in my nearest bigger town frequently, and on my last trip I picked up this Asda own brand kitchen foil which is currently on offer for just over £1.20. This foil is suitable for cooking with, for example it can be used for covering dishes in the oven, I use it to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
The Asda branded foil is an essential part of my weekly cooking as I frequently make roasts and use it to keep sandwiches etc fresh. Therefore I opt to buy this during my Asda shop every time it runs out. == PRICE == For a 10m roll of Asda branded foil it costs £1.47 which I personally think is well priced and cheaper than other well-known branded kitchen foil that can cost £2-3 more and the quality in my opinion is very similar. == MY EXPERIENCE == The foil comes enclosed in a thin rectangular cardboard box and holds the foil together in a cardboard cylinder which makes it easy to unroll sheets of foil. It has ... Read the complete review
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