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swarfega 250g down to £1.00 at asda instore maybe online too but not looked

£1.00 @ Asda
swarfega, great for cleaning oily and dirty hands. A proper bargain at a quid Read More
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swarfega, great for cleaning oily and dirty hands. A proper bargain at a quid
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#1
I got some from Home bargains. Have some heat anyway.
#2
Got this instore too, never tried it before but for a quid it's worth a shot
#3
This stuff is great,can never get it in shops near me, shame i dont have a asda near by otherwise i would nip in n stock up
#4
Thankyou! about time my grotty hands got some cleansing!
#5
Swarfega Fever!
banned#6
very good stuff this. my dads used it for years!

excellent on bringing oil off your hands etc...

i got some in doncaster poundshop.


Edited By: dvhendo on Jan 30, 2011 17:42
#7
Cro_Baron
I got some from Home bargains. Have some heat anyway.


How much are they in homebargains? either way i'll be getting some tomorrow and have some heat :D
#8
key09
Cro_Baron
I got some from Home bargains. Have some heat anyway.

How much are they in homebargains? either way i'll be getting some tomorrow and have some heat :D
I think there about a quid or something.
#9
dvhendo
very good stuff this. my dads used it for years!

excellent on bringing oil off your hands etc...


This stuff *was* really good. Now they use a new formula that doesn't work as well, but doesn't give you cancer like the old one risked doing. I still use it, and this is a great price, but it's just not the same.
#10
I'm far too cheap fairy liquid, and a washing up pad after a little soak in watm water works and cheaper than a pound.
#11
rwerwnone4
I'm far too cheap fairy liquid, and a washing up pad after a little soak in watm water works and cheaper than a pound.

if you put a bit of sugar in fairy liquid its an awesome dirt remover
#12
pugit666
rwerwnone4
I'm far too cheap fairy liquid, and a washing up pad after a little soak in watm water works and cheaper than a pound.
if you put a bit of sugar in fairy liquid its an awesome dirt remover
I use washing powder its got the gritty feeling :)

Edited By: Cro_Baron on Jan 30, 2011 19:27
#13
In a Victoria Wood sketch, one of the characters complains about Macbeth: "There was some terrible woman who kept washing her hands, saying she'd never get them clean. I felt like shouting out 'Try Swarfega'."
#14
It's this price in Home Bargains anyway :)

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