Newest Review: ... instead it cleans these with ease. I will definitely continue to keep on buying Fairy Liquid, no other liquid brand in my opinion can co... more
Member Name: oChrisoCo
Advantages: trustworthy, lasts
Disadvantages: cost more as it's the leading brand
Fairy is the leading brand when it comes to washing up liquid and is produced by the company Procter and Gamble. Fairy is most well known for being green but also comes in other ranges of colours and scents nowadays.
HOW TO USE
Using this liquid couldn't be any simpler. I find it best to have an empty washing basin and begin running the warm water. For every day washing I would say no more than a few drops are needed. As the warm water it swirling around it mixes up the soap into the water spreading it throughout and suds begin to appear. I quick swirl with the hand can also help mix the liquid in. From there you simply put the dishes into the sink and clean with a cloth, or whatever you prefer to use in washing up. If you put too much in then your dishes will come out of the water with a lot of soap suds and you will probably need to rinse them so ensure there is no residue. Otherwise you might get more than you bargained for when you pour a drink into a glass later.
Generally is comes in a clear bottle, which means the amount of liquid in the bottle is clearly visible. It comes with a red to which simply clicks closed and flips open for ease of use and storage. Generally a bottle of Fairy can last a decent amount of time, in a 'normal' size household.
Generally Fairy comes in bottles ranging from 500ml and greater. From looking through dooyoo it is apparent that large 5L bottles can be purchased, allowing you to refill an empty bottle and re-use it. This could potentially reduce the cost of purchasing this soap and the bottles are very sturdy so would be more than suitable for re-use.
It is also known to have additional ingredients to stop skin drying out and keep hands soft even after washing. It would take a great deal to knock this brand from the top spot, which is why it's the most popular house product according to dooyoo.
Summary: Only washing up liquid I would probably trust