Aldi 100 wash almat bio washing power £4.49 from £8.99
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Aldi 100 wash almat bio washing power £4.49 from £8.99

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Found 24th May 2015
Excellent buy aldi 100 wash bio washing powder. Had a red special offer label. Retail park St. Helens

19 Comments

store specific ?

This stuff is rubbish! Stick to my Persil Colour.

thope15

This stuff is rubbish! Stick to my Persil Colour.


Agree!
Bad for colours and also not fully dissolves when washing at 60º. Smells chemicals as well. Would not buy again and not recommend to others.

it's a Which best buy isn't it?

Not tried this might do when our aldi opens next year....

Can't fault morrisons non bio 32 wash liquid for £2 at the moment, brilliant stuff. Also their super cheap bio at £1 a bottle is very good too

we've been using their the Non-bio tablets for years. Great product

bought this and wasn't impressed. powder stuck in the drawer and didn't dispense properly. ended up binning it which is not like me!

Only can get 25 wash boxes at our local store

This is pretty nasty stuff ..
Tenants in my property use this and I have to keep cleaning the powder drawer out as it leaves a gloopy mess and doesn't dissolve..Had to clear the drains too due to a blockage last year and again it was this undesolved gloopy powder that was in the drains blocking them, I had to clean them all out and took hours, had I got a firm in to jet them probably would have cost me £150 for the priveledge..
Its a false economy buying these cheap and nasty washing powders from Aldi and Lidl's

You have been warned!

I got a couple of these locally for 3.99, think they were a Thursday special months ago at 9.99 and now they're trying to clear em out. Have to agree about it getting stuck in the drawer, doesn't seem to dissolve properly

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I'll give this one a miss. Tried it before and as others state doesn't always dissolve and cleaning power isn't the best - also leaves your washing smelling funny.

I just buy whatever big brand is on offer.

Or use liquids straight into the drum, I'd have thought dumping the powder straight into the washing would mean it'd dissolve better.

Can't beat liquid tho nothing left behind. I know some say they **** your machine but ours is 12 years old & going strong had liquid in it it's entire life & only had to replace the motor carbon brushes.

scoobiedoo

it's a Which best buy isn't it?



Which isn't what it used to be. They may not accept it Hut they are part funded by big manufacturers... What a sad life otherwise to test washing Powders and dishwasher tablets every 3/4 months...

Put required amount of powder into a container.....pour over boiling water.......stir to dissolve.......then pour into washing machine drawer. It should wash a lot better.

i never use powder. gel pouch thingys all the way.

toiletseatlicker

Put required amount of powder into a container.....pour over boiling … Put required amount of powder into a container.....pour over boiling water.......stir to dissolve.......then pour into washing machine drawer. It should wash a lot better.



Bit of a mess about though?

toiletseatlicker

Put required amount of powder into a container.....pour over boiling … Put required amount of powder into a container.....pour over boiling water.......stir to dissolve.......then pour into washing machine drawer. It should wash a lot better.


Buy decent powder on offer as (there is always decent powder on offer) Not this cheap and nasty gloop...Put into drawer...Turn on machine as per usual....Walk away and get on with your life and do something better with your time...It should wash as normal with no probs!

hewittinspain

i never use powder. gel pouch thingys all the way.


guess it depends how clean you want your clothes. Powder cleans more effectively than any gel / liquid, costs half the price and keeps your machine's inside like new.
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