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Tesco Everyday Value Dishwasher Tabs 30'S just £1.60 5p a tablet

£1.60 @ Tesco
I have tried lots for different brands over the years but keep coming back to these, as they never failed to remove even the most stubborn baked in food of my dishes, something that can not be said of…
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I have tried lots for different brands over the years but keep coming back to these, as they never failed to remove even the most stubborn baked in food of my dishes, something that can not be said of the better known brands.
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luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all


Wtf
7 Likes
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all
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zabada

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all

Joke's on you, I have a dishwasher so I could get away without a wife :)

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4 Likes #1
Really, never tried these, stupidly always buy the more prominent brands, shall pick up a pack this week and give them a go! Thanks for the heads up!
2 Likes #2
mousey
Really, never tried these, stupidly always buy the more prominent brands, shall pick up a pack this week and give them a go! Thanks for the heads up!


​Yeah me too. worth a go :D
1 Like #3
We use these as a back up when the premium brands (bought as cheaply as possible) runs out.

I have always found to be fine UNTIL you get to day 4 or 5 of using after which they are carp.
#4
Used these and they're OK for light washes or glasses,think co-op tabs are much better for large washes they clean everything super sparkly
#5
Never tried these as i can always get 30-60 tabs that say they are "all in one" or x amount in one for the same price or cheaper, wold not rule out trying these for the price
#6
I think these are fine - I tend to alternate these or similar - with a special offer (never more than 8p each) premium type. But if using these long term I use rinse-aid and salt. There is a lot of snobbery and blind faith with premium brands
1 Like #7
Same price in Asda too
#8
i use shops own including tescos always done a good job for me :)
1 Like #9
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all
15 Likes #10
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all


Wtf
1 Like #11
if anything is filthy then I always rinse under a running tap - as I would if I was hand washing as it's a dishwasher not a food disposal unit. I've used these are few times, to be perfectly honest I can't tell the difference between these or the most expensive brand
#12
Isn't this the regular price? So why is it posted as a hot deal?
1 Like #13
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all


​if you do that, your dishwasher would overflow with suds and leak. not a good idea to add washing up liquid in with a tablet aswell, oO
3 Likes #14
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all


What's the point? Duplicating work
2 Likes #15
Just use Aldi's. Top of Which! SUrvey
#16
poor quality product.
#17
These are actually not bad - we use them about half the time. However, that is the standard price for them - not really a hot deal.
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luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all
5 Likes #19
zabada

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all

Joke's on you, I have a dishwasher so I could get away without a wife :)
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zabada

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all
Joke's on you, I have a dishwasher so I could get away without a wife :)
Where did you go without the wife?
#21
Admittedly it has been a few years since I tried them ,but last time I did they were rubbish!
Perhaps they have changed the formula then ?
1 Like #22
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all


What is the point of a dishwasher if you are going to wash by hand first?
#23
I have had 3 different dishwashers and every one of them I can't get clean glasses. All the dishes clean fine, however glasses always end up covered in some gritty substance, any idea what causes this and how to rectify?
#24
i switched to these from finish and unless really grubby and left for days before washing it is just as good, but of course this is their standard price.
#25
eyebaws
I have had 3 different dishwashers and every one of them I can't get clean glasses. All the dishes clean fine, however glasses always end up covered in some gritty substance, any idea what causes this and how to rectify?


Is your rinse aid and salt filled up?
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zabada

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all
Joke's on you, I have a dishwasher so I could get away without a wife :)

True, but there are certain functions that a dishwasher can't perform very well...oO
#27
luvsadealdealdeal
I find if you wash everything quickly in Fairy Liquid before you put things in the dishwasher, you can get away with no tab at all

So basically you're hand washing them. Kind of defeats the object of having a dishwasher! lol
#28
Just use a teaspoon in fairy liquid in your dishwasher, cleans better than any tablet and costs next to nothing
#29
Just use a teaspoon in fairy liquid in your dishwasher, cleans better than any tablet and costs next to nothing
#30
matty9815
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zabada

I find that if the wife washes everything by hand you can get away with no dishwasher at all
Joke's on you, I have a dishwasher so I could get away without a wife :)
True, but there are certain functions that a dishwasher can't perform very well...oO

OK, could get her to load the dishwasher - does she have any other purpose (my partner doesn't seem to think so) oO
#31
eyebaws
I have had 3 different dishwashers and every one of them I can't get clean glasses. All the dishes clean fine, however glasses always end up covered in some gritty substance, any idea what causes this and how to rectify?


Check the setting on the water softener is high enough for your region's water hardness, and try turning up the rinse aid a little. Don't be fooled by the all in one tablet claims in doing without rinse aid and especially dishwasher salt.


If you buy cheap dishwasher salt always check the label, as I've found some contain additives to improve flow, which damage the softener - water softener units should only be filled with pure salt.




Edited By: melted on Jan 13, 2017 12:51: tidy
#32
I still cannot work out why anyone would vote 'hot' for an item selling at its regular price. This post is just silly.
#33
lucas
Just use a teaspoon in fairy liquid in your dishwasher, cleans better than any tablet and costs next to nothing

No way will fairy liquid wash anywhere as well as a decent dishwasher powder/tablet, the cleaners used in a dishwasher are much more aggressive and don't need to be kind to your hands. Try washing a stained teapot using your method.

My current dishwasher has really effective seals, but my first ever dishwasher used to leak foam out all over the kitchen floor if there was even the very slightest trace of fairy liquid on anything I put in that I'd hand washed first.


Edited By: melted on Jan 13, 2017 13:06
4 Likes #34
I cant believe iv read through all the comments on dishwasher tablets even though i dont own one, nor do i intend to buy one in the near future..oO
#35
eyebaws
I have had 3 different dishwashers and every one of them I can't get clean glasses. All the dishes clean fine, however glasses always end up covered in some gritty substance, any idea what causes this and how to rectify?
This isn't really much to do with which detergent you use - glasses don't do well in any dishwasher or with any dishwasher cleanser - that's why some market their claim to "to keep your glasses shiny", but really over time the glasses still succumb to the same fate. The glasses become slightly eroded over time by the constituents of the harsh cleansers used in any dishwasher powder/tabs/pouches - tiny scratches. Any precious glasses shouldn't be dish-washed at all
#36
I always use Asda cheap ones £1.60 I think. Salt needs to be topped up once a year I find is ok. (99p in my local Waitrose) I've used them for about 8 years now, they clean better than the premium brands I find. Although it's not a deal it's good to share helpful info. Thanks
#37
If your dishwasher is leaving dirt and gritty substance at the end, try cleaning out the filters and the plug where all the old food goes. This works every time for me
#38
Gonna try these purely on your recommendation. I must say though, skimping on dishwasher tablets can easily become a false economy when you factor-in the electricity and water costs of re-washing all the pots
#39
I use them good for price find so cheap you can use 2 at once.
#40
We only use dishwasher 2-3 times a week, so some dished can be in there for 2-3 days before it is full and turned on.
We find these cheaper tablets don't get the dished clean and need to be washed a second time unless you use a decent brand, we just stock up when Finish or Fairy tablets are on offer!
I also think these cheaper tablets fade dishes if they are coloured or patterned and the black handles on my knifes. I wonder if they contain a bleaching agent?

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