Tesco Value Kitchen Cloths Reviews
Product Type: Tesco household products
Description:Disposable dish cloths.
Newest Review: ... and be a tiny bit frayed around the edges but they still do an excellent job as dishcloths. I always find that dishcloths ... more
Customer Tesco Value Kitchen Cloths Reviews (18)
by - written on 07/10/12 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Teso sell various products in a tesco value range. What most people don't know is that a lot of these products are asctually made by the same people who make the more expensive versions. For example, tesco baked beans are made by heinz, the same people who bring you heinz bakes beans! I concede that maybe the formulation is changed slightly, and the packaging is changed, but they are still bargains. Ok, so these wipes are sort of wet wipes which are impregnanted with some fragence (not sure what it is, its just the bog standard smell these things seem to have), and some sort of magic to make these things wipe things down easily. They work very well on hard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I am not really fussy when it comes to purchasing items which I will be wiping down the bathroom with and so when I saw a pack of five Tesco value kitchen cloths for 75p I snapped them up as I figured they would be just as useful in the bathroom as they would the kitchen! When I bought the cloths they were still branded in the Tesco value red and white packaging but Tesco have recently rebranded their value range and called it everyday value instead as well as updating the packaging to a much more neutral scheme which just looks less harsh and cheap to be honest. Obviously with a product such as this the packaging doesn't really matter as you are only going ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/11 (Very useful, 11 readings)
We go through a lot of dishcloths in our house and so we tend to just buy the cheaper ones as they never seem to last long anyway, no matter which ones we get. We shop at Tesco quite a lot and bought some of their Value Basic Range cloths in a sealed plastic bag for which we paid just 70p for three medium sized mesh cloths, which I personally thought was excellent value for money. The bag was a bit hard to open and we had to cut it with scissors. My other half likes to boil wash our cloths but these just cannot take that hot a wash. We used them a few times to wash the dishes and work benches etc and then washed them on a hot wash with some other stuff. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
A pack of Tesco Value Kitchen Cloths costs 75p for a pack of five cloths - which equates to a very cheap 15p each! I do sometimes wonder how they can make a profit on selling products so cheaply.....but I guess Tesco have proved that they know what they're doing! Anyway, 75p for a pack of dishcloths that is likely to last you a couple of months is really very very great value and like so many of Tescos products, I really think they are very very worth buying. When you first buy the disclothes they come in a plastic wrapper and so you can be assured they have been protected during storage. However, I always give any material product a quick machine wash for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Although I don't seem to have a lot of luck with the Tesco Value Range, this time I was pleasantly surprised when I purchased these Tesco Value Kitchen Cloths for around 70p I got 3 pretty decent dish cloths. ~Tesco Value Kitchen Cloths~ These dish cloths come in a cellophane wrapper with the usual Tesco Value logo printed on it. They are most definitely very basic cloths, double thickness mesh material which, although doubled and stitched still appear to be quite thin really, they are an off white/dirty white color. They measure around 11 by 10 inches and when first removed from the cellophane wrapper they appear to be pretty decent looking dish ... Read the complete review
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