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Dettol Laundry Cleanser £2.00 for a 1L bottle @ Poundland

£2.00 @ PoundLand
Well I thought I had found a good deal at Poundland. 1 litre of Dettol Laundry Cleanser for £2. However, it is on special at Tesco: reduced to £3 from £4.50 and that's a 1.5l bottle. So I will leave b… Read More
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Well I thought I had found a good deal at Poundland. 1 litre of Dettol Laundry Cleanser for £2. However, it is on special at Tesco: reduced to £3 from £4.50 and that's a 1.5l bottle. So I will leave both deals with you. https://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=284275464
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#1
Great deal, heat added.
1 Like #2
I would rather buy 2 bottles from tesco for £6 than 3 from pound land because I'll no its the genuine stuff...heat for the offer
#3
samyousaf
I would rather buy 2 bottles from tesco for £6 than 3 from pound land because I'll no its the genuine stuff...heat for the offer


Exactly my thought. People find different bands at poundland but I doubt they genuine to be honest
1 Like #4
COLD

This is £2 for 1L but you can get 1.5L for £2.99 from Savers, B+M etc

More pondland confusing prices making you think it is better value than it actually is.
1 Like #5
I just grabbed at it because my flatmate always uses it and I remember it being about £4+ a bottle.
#6
I would wait if you can for Costco to have it on offer- it is normally every couple of months or so and is £3.58 for the larger 2.5L size.

Edited By: Cheapasnowt on Mar 11, 2017 21:16
#7
Thanks
#8
Think these are appearing in stores now because people who use liquid laundry detergent find that their machines can get a bit mildewy/smelly. The low temperatures don't help either.

An easy way to alleviate this is to alternate with powder detergent (as it has the bleaching agents) and do a maintenance hot wash every now and then.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 11, 2017 23:58: a
1 Like #9
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.

Edited By: Teezer on Mar 12, 2017 01:07
#10
As someone else mentioned a maintence hot wash 60 degrees or above is more than enough to keep washing machine clean and maintained. I just use a bottle of Dettol Washing Machine Cleaner once every two months tesco sell it for £3 or £4 but can be bought in b&m for £2. Some people also swear by soda crystals for keeping a washing machine clean.
#11
Teezer
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.
Most manufactures state a monthly maintence wash or after every 30 uses so agree with you very overkill to use this stuff with every wash.
1 Like #12
I bought this stuff on a whim as an 'open box' from amazon warehouse. I used to get horrible mucky streaks on my clothes after washing even though Id switched to powder and do a maintenance wash. Since using this stuff I've not had a single streaky wash so Im converted!
#13
Teezer
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.

I dont think its true. I also use this regulary as I go to gym nearly every morning and sweat a lot. Also I have a 3&5 years old boys who are sometimes dirty but I dont really think they are not sick because I use this product. Even the opposite. They are always sick so this product has nothing to do with the immune system
#14
ohdearohdear
Teezer
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.
I dont think its true. I also use this regulary as I go to gym nearly every morning and sweat a lot. Also I have a 3&5 years old boys who are sometimes dirty but I dont really think they are not sick because I use this product. Even the opposite. They are always sick so this product has nothing to do with the immune system

Can I ask why sweating means you need this product? If you have foul smelling body odour then you have to change your diet, not start disinfecting your clothes, you are masking the problem, not curing it. We are supposed to sweat, but there should be no smell. Look into it.
1 Like #15
jordanc93
As someone else mentioned a maintence hot wash 60 degrees or above is more than enough to keep washing machine clean and maintained. I just use a bottle of Dettol Washing Machine Cleaner once every two months tesco sell it for £3 or £4 but can be bought in b&m for £2. Some people also swear by soda crystals for keeping a washing machine clean.


A 60°C wash may not be hot enough, a lot of washing machines wash at lower than the stated wash temperature and don't maintain even that temperature for long as it gives them a better energy rating on their energy usage label .

Which? tested a number of machines by different manufacturers and found the max temperature reached in a 60 degree wash ranging from about 40°C - 55° C.

Edited By: melted on Mar 12, 2017 12:06
#16
Teezer
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.

Or for animal bedding ALTHOUGH using the fragrance free version is much better for your pet as the smell can be strong to the human nose so for pets it must be overwhelming.
1 Like #17
Teezer
ohdearohdear
Teezer
It's rubbish like this that is going to result in today's kids having zero immune systems. Fair enough if there is a stomach bug, flu virus or a cold sore that you don't want getting passed around via towels, however, nobody should use this on a daily basis.
I dont think its true. I also use this regulary as I go to gym nearly every morning and sweat a lot. Also I have a 3&5 years old boys who are sometimes dirty but I dont really think they are not sick because I use this product. Even the opposite. They are always sick so this product has nothing to do with the immune system
Can I ask why sweating means you need this product? If you have foul smelling body odour then you have to change your diet, not start disinfecting your clothes, you are masking the problem, not curing it. We are supposed to sweat, but there should be no smell. Look into it.


You are right. My sweating has nothing to do with this product. I sweat because i do exercise in the gym?!
#18
you can get a cheap version in poundland and home bargains called wizz it only £1 a bottle and does exactly the same thing :)
https://www.starbrandsltd.co.uk/images/wizz-antibacterial-laundry-cleanser-1-litre-p53-64_image.jpg
#19
This stuff is real snake oil, exactly how much bacteria do you think is going to end up in your fresh laundry? If you're really worried wash at 40 or 60 if you're super paranoid, this stuff will do more harm than good in the long run by destroying your immune resistance to very basic bacteria which are completely harmless
#20
lucas
This stuff is real snake oil, exactly how much bacteria do you think is going to end up in your fresh laundry? If you're really worried wash at 40 or 60 if you're super paranoid, this stuff will do more harm than good in the long run by destroying your immune resistance to very basic bacteria which are completely harmless

I don't use this, but I can't see how using this stuff can destroy your immune resistance, if it does, then boil washing or even washing at 50°+ as used to be the norm would have destroyed everyone's immune resistance.
#21
melted
lucas
This stuff is real snake oil, exactly how much bacteria do you think is going to end up in your fresh laundry? If you're really worried wash at 40 or 60 if you're super paranoid, this stuff will do more harm than good in the long run by destroying your immune resistance to very basic bacteria which are completely harmless

I don't use this, but I can't see how using this stuff can destroy your immune resistance, if it does, then boil washing or even washing at 50°+ as used to be the norm would have destroyed everyone's immune resistance.


Even 50 won't kill all bacteria, as Teezer said earlier it's more the kids who are going to suffer as the older generations (who grew up without dying of bacterial laundry related infections) are hoodwinked by Reckitt Benckiser into buying a product which is completely unnecessary to feather his own nest. Interestingly it's a similar story with mouthwash when that was first bought to the market.
1 Like #22
I like to read hud's comments
#23
Poundland....increasingly the home of products costing more than a quid.
#24
I use this stuff occasionally and that is when I want to wash towels or bedding at 40 rather than 60. Ensures and bacteria is killed and saves me some money on the wash cycle.

Not all the time though....snake oil does come to mind

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