Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's household products
Newest Review: ... my already very cheap bleach source, you get 2 litres so twice as much Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach. But is it worth the ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach Reviews (6)
by - written on 23/03/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
There are many times when I've wanted to economise a bit, and I've tried a basics or value brand just to see if I could make the switch to it full time. Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach was one of these experiments. Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach is a huge saving on regular bleach. Branded bleach can be up to £1.98 for a litre bottle, and even the supermarket own brand is around 60p a bottle. I tend to go somewhere like Home Bargains or B&M where bleach is a very reasonable 39p for a litre, so I do make savings already. However, for 28p, so 11p cheaper than my already very cheap bleach source, you get 2 litres so twice as much Sainsbury's Basics Thin Bleach. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I like to live in a clean and tidy house and bleach is one of those items that gets used on an almost daily basis so when I see some for cheap, such as this thin bleach for just 28p (2 litre) I couldn't resist picking up a couple of bottles. The bottle is indeed 'basic' and is a tall plastic bottle with a small handle making it easier to pick up. It has a safety cap (press down and twist to open) to stop small children or vulnerable adults from opening it. The bottle has a white label that is orange & white and has the usual safety information and what not on it as well as a barcode and general things. This bleach is quite thin and easy to use. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
SAINSBURYS BASICS THIN BLETCH Sainsbury,s have a basic line of products, these are usually items that are good value for money and they come in a not so fancy rapping or bottle, and save you a lot of money. I have just tried, Sainsbury,s basic bletch (thin) which only cost 27p for 2 litre bottle. The Bottle ********** This bletch which is the thin one, is in a white bottle with a safety cap than you have to push down and unscrew to get it off. But even though it has a safety lid, it is not recommended that you keep this product in reach of children. So does have a warning written on the side of the bottle. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Another thing I always seem to have in my home is bleach. I like thin bleach that I use very often just to use in my mugs as I like drinking strong tea and to pour around and down my toilet at night and so for those jobs I always search out cheap bleach and then use more expensive and thicker bleaches for more serious tasks. Sat just behind my toilet at the moment is a bottle of this bleach I bought last time I was in Sainsbury's with my mate who loves to shop there and its a shop I don't really go in and usually opt to shop in Tesco's or Asda as I find them cheaper and more local to me. However bored whilst she was shopping as I didn't really need anything I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09, updated on 05/04/12 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I always buy this bleach as it is such good value for money. You get a big bottle for about 29p and it goes a really long way to help you keep your home clean. The bleach is thin but you don't need a lot. I use it in the toilet, just pour a small amount down each night before bed and it keeps the toilet bowl clean. You can put a little bit on a sponge then and give the rest of the toilet bowl a quick wipe but remember to rinse it off after. This bleach is also good for the garden as I have a dog and like to clean up after it and wash down the yard. I sometimes pour a small bit down neat and sweep hard with the broom then dilute ... Read the complete review
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