6 tablet pack of Finish dish washer tablets £0.49p
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6 tablet pack of Finish dish washer tablets £0.49p

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LocalFound 8th Apr 2017
Home Bargains are selling boxes of 6 Finish dishwasher tablets for £0.49p a packet. This works out at £5.88 for 72 tablets - a cheap way of getting them.

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    a six pack is a waste of packaging
    Original Poster
    mattinhull

    a six pack is a waste of packaging



    ​So true but i wouldn't be surprised if they were sample boxes which were given away with new machines and they're selling them off.
    Edited by: "chamblacha" 8th Apr 2017
    Thanks, I'll keep an eye out.
    Paid £5.99 for 90 in B&M, Gt Yarmouth on Tuesday.
    gkiddell

    Paid £5.99 for 90 in B&M, Gt Yarmouth on Tuesday.


    The 90 packs in B&M are Finish 'Classic' tablets. You have to buy salt and rinse-aid as well for them to clean properly.
    Unable to see details in picture. What tablet are these?
    gkiddell

    Unable to see details in picture. What tablet are these?



    ​Finish all in one, so guess you don't need to add anything to the dishwasher, other than dishes for cleaning (_;)
    Original Poster
    gkiddell

    Unable to see details in picture. What tablet are these?



    ​They are All-in-one Finish powerball.
    termite

    The 90 packs in B&M are Finish 'Classic' tablets. You have to buy salt … The 90 packs in B&M are Finish 'Classic' tablets. You have to buy salt and rinse-aid as well for them to clean properly.



    I've always used the classic tabs, and provided you don't load the dishwasher with filthy crockery, and make sure the water sprayers are unblocked, etc.. they come out perfectly fine.
    horsepills

    I've always used the classic tabs, and provided you don't load the … I've always used the classic tabs, and provided you don't load the dishwasher with filthy crockery, and make sure the water sprayers are unblocked, etc.. they come out perfectly fine.



    What we going to load it with then, clean crockery?!?!
    horsepills

    I've always used the classic tabs, and provided you don't load the … I've always used the classic tabs, and provided you don't load the dishwasher with filthy crockery, and make sure the water sprayers are unblocked, etc.. they come out perfectly fine.


    Even if that was the case, it is not valid to compare the price of 'Classic' with the premium product.
    Edited by: "termite" 9th Apr 2017
    Even with 3 in 1 I use rinse aid and salt otherwise it's a crummy 'finish'
    h3llo_fr1end

    What we going to load it with then, clean crockery?!?!



    No, smart ar5e - but every dishwasher will tell you that you should pre-rinse plates, etc.. if they are caked in leftovers, sauce, etc... it's just common sense.

    Some people think it's fine to chuck in crockery covered in food, dried up cereals, etc... then wonder why they don't come out spotless. Tablets are often blamed for poor use of the dishwasher
    horsepills

    No, smart ar5e - but every dishwasher will tell you that you should … No, smart ar5e - but every dishwasher will tell you that you should pre-rinse plates, etc.. if they are caked in leftovers, sauce, etc... it's just common sense.Some people think it's fine to chuck in crockery covered in food, dried up cereals, etc... then wonder why they don't come out spotless. Tablets are often blamed for poor use of the dishwasher



    Agree - classic works well here in Scotland where we have soft water - no need for salt and rinse aid
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