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From the Hamilton store this afternoon. "P&G Professional" boxes.

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Good but there is a better offer on Amazon for platinum right now
peddy26/07/2019 11:43

Good but there is a better offer on Amazon for platinum right now



I tried to determine whether "P&G Professional" (as these bulk boxes are) products are any different from their domestic range, but I have no idea.
louiselouise26/07/2019 11:46

I tried to determine whether "P&G Professional" (as these bulk boxes are) …I tried to determine whether "P&G Professional" (as these bulk boxes are) products are any different from their domestic range, but I have no idea.


It looks like they are designed to be used in professional dishwashers which wash much quicker than domestic ones. Not sure if this would make any difference in domestic machines though.
peddy26/07/2019 12:27

It looks like they are designed to be used in professional dishwashers …It looks like they are designed to be used in professional dishwashers which wash much quicker than domestic ones. Not sure if this would make any difference in domestic machines though.



I bought big bottles of "P&G Professional" Flash Bathroom sprays (from Poundland, over a year ago) and they seemed just as good as "ordinary" Flash. Though I didn't do a like for like comparison.
louiselouise26/07/2019 12:28

I bought big bottles of "P&G Professional" Flash Bathroom sprays (from …I bought big bottles of "P&G Professional" Flash Bathroom sprays (from Poundland, over a year ago) and they seemed just as good as "ordinary" Flash. Though I didn't do a like for like comparison.


I would have thought the professional sprays would be better if anything as they likely have added ingredients that are required
Any branded DWTs that work out less than 10p each are a great deal. Heat added.
peddy26/07/2019 11:43

Good but there is a better offer on Amazon for platinum right now



£16 for 100 is not a better offer....
So only when you sub can you get a better offer over just being able to pick this right up; for thoese of us that don't mind thats a solid win ta
Aph3x26/07/2019 17:51

So only when you sub can you get a better offer over just being able to …So only when you sub can you get a better offer over just being able to pick this right up; for thoese of us that don't mind thats a solid win ta


I’d rather them delivered, so it’s horses for courses. Nice to have different options.
Aph3x26/07/2019 17:51

So only when you sub can you get a better offer over just being able to …So only when you sub can you get a better offer over just being able to pick this right up; for thoese of us that don't mind thats a solid win ta


You can cancel after your first delivery too as well you know?
louiselouise26/07/2019 11:46

I tried to determine whether "P&G Professional" (as these bulk boxes are) …I tried to determine whether "P&G Professional" (as these bulk boxes are) products are any different from their domestic range, but I have no idea.


They contain phosphates which were banned from consumer dishwasher tablets in 2017. Phosphates are very good at removing food from dishes and keeping it in suspension, so in theory they do a better job and are used in professional dishwashers because the cycle length is often only 20 mins or so.

However, they also pollute rivers and lakes which is why they were banned in consumer products. Part of the reason is that domestic properties often have dodgy plumbing with dishwashers bodged into surface water drains, commercial premises less so.

tl;dr these will probably clean better than the normal version, but may also cause water pollution especially if your drains are rubbish.
TipsyNurse26/07/2019 21:06

They contain phosphates which were banned from consumer dishwasher tablets …They contain phosphates which were banned from consumer dishwasher tablets in 2017. Phosphates are very good at removing food from dishes and keeping it in suspension, so in theory they do a better job and are used in professional dishwashers because the cycle length is often only 20 mins or so.However, they also pollute rivers and lakes which is why they were banned in consumer products. Part of the reason is that domestic properties often have dodgy plumbing with dishwashers bodged into surface water drains, commercial premises less so.tl;dr these will probably clean better than the normal version, but may also cause water pollution especially if your drains are rubbish.



Do you have a link? I'm genuinely interested as Procter & Gamble say very little about their P&G Professional range.
louiselouise26/07/2019 21:24

Do you have a link? I'm genuinely interested as Procter & Gamble say very …Do you have a link? I'm genuinely interested as Procter & Gamble say very little about their P&G Professional range.



pgpro.co.uk/pg_…um/

Pro contents

>30% Phosphates, 5-15% Non-Ionic Surfactants, Oxygen-Based Bleaching Agents, Polycarboxylates, <5% Phosphonates, Enzymes, Perfumes, Citronellol, Limonene, Linalool


Normal contents

5-15% Non-Ionic Surfactants, Oxygen-Based Bleaching Agents, <5% Phosphonates, Polycarboxylates, Enzymes, Perfumes, Citronellol, Limonene, Linalool
TipsyNurse26/07/2019 21:37

https://pgpro.co.uk/pg_product/fairy-professional-dishwasher-tablets-platinum/Pro contents>30% Phosphates, 5-15% Non-Ionic Surfactants, Oxygen-Based Bleaching Agents, Polycarboxylates, <5% Phosphonates, Enzymes, Perfumes, Citronellol, Limonene, LinaloolNormal contents5-15% Non-Ionic Surfactants, Oxygen-Based Bleaching Agents, <5% Phosphonates, Polycarboxylates, Enzymes, Perfumes, Citronellol, Limonene, Linalool



Okay, I can see a press release about phosphates here dated May 27, 2016

Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), announced today that it will eliminate phosphates from all Fairy dishwasher tablets by 2017. This change will apply to retail brands globally, going beyond current legislation*. Additionally, P&G will also remove phosphates from all professional dishwasher tablets globally, an area currently unregulated. By removing 14,000 tons annually – enough to cover 270,000 soccer pitches** – Fairy is doing its part to care for the environment.

P&G’s breakthrough innovation has allowed us to overcome a key technical challenge of improving performance without using phosphates. Consumers will have a product with a reduced environmental footprint and with improved cleaning performance, meaning there is no need to pre-rinse dishes. This has the potential to save 21 billion litres of water annually, the equivalent of nearly 9,000 Olympic sized swimming pools.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 26th Jul 2019
louiselouise26/07/2019 21:40

Okay, I can see a press release about phosphates here dated May 27, …Okay, I can see a press release about phosphates here dated May 27, 2016Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), announced today that it will eliminate phosphates from all Fairy dishwasher tablets by 2017. This change will apply to retail brands globally, going beyond current legislation*. Additionally, P&G will also remove phosphates from all professional dishwasher tablets globally, an area currently unregulated. By removing 14,000 tons annually – enough to cover 270,000 soccer pitches** – Fairy is doing its part to care for the environment.P&G’s breakthrough innovation has allowed us to overcome a key technical challenge of improving performance without using phosphates. Consumers will have a product with a reduced environmental footprint and with improved cleaning performance, meaning there is no need to pre-rinse dishes. This has the potential to save 21 billion litres of water annually, the equivalent of nearly 9,000 Olympic sized swimming pools.


Well you probably need to call them, either the information on their website is wrong, the press release is wrong, or they rowed back on the original commitment after complaints.
TipsyNurse27/07/2019 16:59

Well you probably need to call them, either the information on their …Well you probably need to call them, either the information on their website is wrong, the press release is wrong, or they rowed back on the original commitment after complaints.



Might well be like Amazon, maybe they just haven't updated their ingredient page - I doubt they'd make a press release with a precise pledge and then quietly not fulfill it.
louiselouise27/07/2019 19:37

Might well be like Amazon, maybe they just haven't updated their …Might well be like Amazon, maybe they just haven't updated their ingredient page - I doubt they'd make a press release with a precise pledge and then quietly not fulfill it.


PGPro.co.uk is the Proctor and Gamble website, not Amazon.

It's worth saying as well P&G removed phosphates from laundry detergents in 2011 and consumer dishwasher tablets in 2017 because they were required to by the EU. They weren't doing it just to be generally nice, although they did lap up a bit of publicity for it.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 27th Jul 2019
TipsyNurse27/07/2019 21:29

PGPro.co.uk is the Proctor and Gamble website, not Amazon.


I'm aware of that, just saying that it's not unknown for websites to be lax with information, it could work both ways. I'm not here to argue with you.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Jul 2019
i must say these tabs are fantastic,no salt,no rinse aid in my machine and dishes come out clean and bone dry,dont know how others have faired?.I have to say my dishwasher doesnt have quick wash like others may have(2.5 hrs is minimum)but it cost me £10 1 month old so cant complain.i think ill need to stock up at this price.
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