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#1
Yep Ill be buying them!!
#2
remember these are just the normal tablets, not the all in one tablets
#3
acm20001
remember these are just the normal tablets, not the all in one tablets
What does that imply, they don't clean?
1 Like #4
they clean, but you will need all the other dishwasher stuff to go with them like salt, rinse aid and dishwasher cleaner
#5
TBH these are better than the all in ones. You get a much better clean with separate rinse aid and salt.
banned#6
dancedar
acm20001
remember these are just the normal tablets, not the all in one tablets
What does that imply, they don't clean?
you'll need to wash the load six times before it's clean, there cheap for a reason, I rather pay a bit more and know the load will be clean first time!
5 Likes #7
damo1972
you'll need to wash the load six times before it's clean, there cheap for a reason, I rather pay a bit more and know the load will be clean first time!

Don't be silly X)
#8
Anyone know.

How much is the salt and how much is the rinse aid?

Therefore how much would it cost per wash? I haven't bought anything other than all in ones for years...
2 Likes #9
Used them for well over a year. Never used rinse aid or salt and they clean the stuff fine. Beware of the dishwasher tablet snobs
2 Likes #10
I've always used finish tablets but last month I bought the basic aldi ones, 50 for £2.50 ish, washed my dishes just as well as other leading brands, don't be put off because they are cheaper!
#11
I use ALDI dishwasher tablets, never had an issue. Although I normally have some better ones forreally dirty dishes.
1 Like #12
colliwag
Used them for well over a year. Never used rinse aid or salt and they clean the stuff fine. Beware of the dishwasher tablet snobs

I tried these over their other 'Complete' tablets and even though the dishes are virtually clean before they even go in the dishwasher by thorough rinsing and another pre-rinse before the main wash along with the use of salt and rinse aid, I didn't rate these Classic ones at all (no offense to the OP) They just don't give that gleaming shine on the glassware and other glass dishes.But the main thing is that they just don't feel clean, somehow. Their Complete tabs imo are better and these ones have been shoved to the back of the cupboard for use if we run out of the others.

Edited By: jans on Jul 07, 2014 22:16
1 Like #13
Jans, get a life please. I use aldi tabs and don't pre wash and thy come out sparkling. Maybe have a look at your dishwasher
#14
craigk8163
Jans, get a life please. I use aldi tabs and don't pre wash and thy come out sparkling. Maybe have a look at your dishwasher

ERM! If you actually read my comment properly. you'd see that I actually use Aldi's tabs too! Just not these particular ones.Their other ones, which I think perform much better. Ok? So you go get some comprehension skills, eh?
#15
these actually have salt and rinse aid built in. used them for years and dishes always clean.
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Yawn
2 Likes #17
damo1972
dancedar
acm20001
remember these are just the normal tablets, not the all in one tablets
What does that imply, they don't clean?
you'll need to wash the load six times before it's clean, there cheap for a reason, I rather pay a bit more and know the load will be clean first time!

http://www.theretheyretheir.com/
#18
EdCov
Anyone know.

How much is the salt and how much is the rinse aid?

Therefore how much would it cost per wash? I haven't bought anything other than all in ones for years...
I pay around 80p for salt (1kg iirc) and about 99p for rinse aid.
#19
If you don't get these try Persil power plus tabs from Poundstretchers these are all in one 15 for £1.00 30 for £2.00 45 for £3.00 Lemon or Platinum I find these excellent.
#20
GAL.
#21
Aldi do two dishwasher tablets. The Magnum and the Classic.

The Classic is the one on offer here.

The Classic is a three in one. Not sure what the difference is between the Classic and the Magnum.

The Magnum is a Which? Best Buy. I don't think these 'Classic' have been tested by Which? We have used both the Classic and the Magnum and get a very good wash from them.
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Mottmania
Aldi do two dishwasher tablets. The Magnum and the Classic.

The Classic is the one on offer here.

The Classic is a three in one. Not sure what the difference is between the Classic and the Magnum.

The Magnum is a Which? Best Buy. I don't think these 'Classic' have been tested by Which? We have used both the Classic and the Magnum and get a very good wash from them.

Magnum is Aldi's blanket brand name for all their range of dishwasher cleaning products. The Magnum name is on both these 'Classic' variety and their other All-In-One 'Complete' variety of tabs that I mentioned above. Magnum is also the name of their Rinse Aid and their Salt Granules. Their two range of tabs are called Classic and Complete.
#23
I've never added salt or rinse-aid to our dishwasher in the 22 years we've had it, often use basic tabs and results are fine. May just be that we are lucky enough to have soft water.
#24
Wow, 22 years? That sounds like a really decent dishwasher to be still going after all that time. What brand/model is it, if you don't mind me asking? I can't remember the name of the first one we had, but the one we had prior to the Zanussi that we have right now was a Whirlpool and on reflection I preferred that one (obviously before its demise) We've had the current one for just over a year and I'm not so enamoured with the layout for stacking. It's a pain.

Edited By: jans on Jul 08, 2014 10:09
#25
jans
Mottmania
Aldi do two dishwasher tablets. The Magnum and the Classic.The Classic is the one on offer here.The Classic is a three in one. Not sure what the difference is between the Classic and the Magnum. The Magnum is a Which? Best Buy. I don't think these 'Classic' have been tested by Which? We have used both the Classic and the Magnum and get a very good wash from them.
Magnum is Aldi's blanket brand name for all their range of dishwasher cleaning products. The Magnum name is on both these 'Classic' variety and their other All-In-One 'Complete' variety of tabs that I mentioned above. Magnum is also the name of their Rinse Aid and their Salt Granules. Their two range of tabs are called Classic and Complete.

I stand corrected. It's the complete that has been tested and is a Which Best Buy.
#26
jans
Wow, 22 years? That sounds like a really decent dishwasher to be still going after all that time. What brand/model is it, if you don't mind me asking? I can't remember the name of the first one we had, but the one we had prior to the Zanussi that we have right now was a Whirlpool and on reflection I preferred that one (obviously before its demise) We've had the current one for just over a year and I'm not so enamoured with the layout for stacking. It's a pain.

It's branded White-Westinghouse, along with all the other stuff installed by the builder 22 years ago. In practice I think a that time the brand was used on generic (Italian) stuff sold through the building trade. When I bought a new door seal for it the package was branded SMEG. It's used most days and still works well though it's rather noisy now (despite "SuperSilent" labelling!). When it finally has to be replaced I'll probably look at Bosch first but whatever I get will cost too much because I'll need a semi-integrated design (control panel shows on front) and they rip you off on those.
#27
Besford
jans
Wow, 22 years? That sounds like a really decent dishwasher to be still going after all that time. What brand/model is it, if you don't mind me asking? I can't remember the name of the first one we had, but the one we had prior to the Zanussi that we have right now was a Whirlpool and on reflection I preferred that one (obviously before its demise) We've had the current one for just over a year and I'm not so enamoured with the layout for stacking. It's a pain.

It's branded White-Westinghouse, along with all the other stuff installed by the builder 22 years ago. In practice I think a that time the brand was used on generic (Italian) stuff sold through the building trade. When I bought a new door seal for it the package was branded SMEG. It's used most days and still works well though it's rather noisy now (despite "SuperSilent" labelling!). When it finally has to be replaced I'll probably look at Bosch first but whatever I get will cost too much because I'll need a semi-integrated design (control panel shows on front) and they rip you off on those.

Yep. Same here on the semi-integrated. Limited choices with that mode of d/washer, isn't it. Just to bear in mind that when you do go for your next model that you make sure that it has sufficient decor spacer strips just in case there's quite a disparity between the cupboard door and the new machine front below the panel.

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