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Magnum All-In-1 Dishwasher Tablets 70 £4.99 at Aldi

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Posted 26th Jan

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Ensure you get the best clean around when you use these Magnum Dishwasher All-In-1 Tablets. Featuring a zesty lemon scent to keep your kitchenware smelling fresh and clean, these tablets ensure a powerful clean as they target grease and even tea stains. With a soluble wrapper, just add it to the drawer and let it work its magic.


Features
  • 70 Pack for more washes
  • Home essential
  • Superb cleaning quality
  • Leaves your dishes sparkling
  • Cuts through grease and tea stains with ease
  • Built in salt action
  • Works at 45°C
  • Protects glass and silver from tarnishing
  • Rinse aid action
  • Soluble wrapper
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I bought these a week ago. The soluble wrapper is terrible. It is far to big on the tablet and when water touches it it doesn’t really dissolve properly. I found it made the tablet stay stuck into the salt dispenser draw (gave it a go for 5 different washes and each tablet didn’t leave the salt dispenser and instead was stuck into the draw from the wrapper getting sticky when alter touches it). Highly recommend removing the tablet from the wrapper still.
Apart from that I guess the tablet is ok. Doesn’t smell much of lemon though
Edited by: "townsmcp" 26th Jan
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I have used a dishwasher for only 5 years. In that time I have used all brands and found none to really be any better than another. VOTED hot. Aldi and Lidl tablets are always cheap and work well, now they are even cheaper.

At 7 pence a wash, I doubt you could handwash your entire crockery for that price.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 26th Jan
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:38

I bought these a week ago. The soluble wrapper is terrible. It is far to …I bought these a week ago. The soluble wrapper is terrible. It is far to big on the tablet and when water touches it it doesn’t really dissolve properly. I found it made the tablet stay stuck into the salt dispenser draw (gave it a go for 5 different washes and each tablet didn’t leave the salt dispenser and instead was stuck into the draw from the wrapper getting sticky when alter touches it). Highly recommend removing the tablet from the wrapper still. Apart from that I guess the tablet is ok. Doesn’t smell much of lemon though


That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never had an issue with the soluble wrapper.
SirSpanky26/01/2020 10:45

That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never …That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never had an issue with the soluble wrapper.


Strange. Because of the problems with the wrapper I then had a play with one - got a few drops of water on it to see if it actually dissolved. It went as sticky as fox s@#t!
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:38

I bought these a week ago. The soluble wrapper is terrible. It is far to …I bought these a week ago. The soluble wrapper is terrible. It is far to big on the tablet and when water touches it it doesn’t really dissolve properly. I found it made the tablet stay stuck into the salt dispenser draw (gave it a go for 5 different washes and each tablet didn’t leave the salt dispenser and instead was stuck into the draw from the wrapper getting sticky when alter touches it). Highly recommend removing the tablet from the wrapper still. Apart from that I guess the tablet is ok. Doesn’t smell much of lemon though


iv been using these for about 2y now, i never knew the wraper was supposed to be dissolvable, iv always took it off, and the new ones deffo need taking off as its a totally new wrapper like a mini crisp bag, also i just tried the lemon and it was nowhere near as good as the standard one, so i deffo wont buy lemon again,
SirSpanky26/01/2020 10:45

That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never …That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never had an issue with the soluble wrapper.


Agreed, and as with all LIDL and ALDI own brands, if you dont like it take it back for a full refund. These are also good to put down toilet U bend overnight to clean the pan.
jaddy26/01/2020 10:47

iv been using these for about 2y now, i never knew the wraper was supposed …iv been using these for about 2y now, i never knew the wraper was supposed to be dissolvable, iv always took it off, and the new ones deffo need taking off as its a totally new wrapper like a mini crisp bag, also i just tried the lemon and it was nowhere near as good as the standard one, so i deffo wont buy lemon again,


It’s only recently changed to dissolvable
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:48

It’s only recently changed to dissolvable


Thats right !!
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:48

It’s only recently changed to dissolvable


well thats odd, for 2y its had like a shrink wrap on it, and now its like a crisp bag, what one is supposed to be the desolve ones.
MisterNippy26/01/2020 10:48

Agreed, and as with all LIDL and ALDI own brands, if you dont like it take …Agreed, and as with all LIDL and ALDI own brands, if you dont like it take it back for a full refund. These are also good to put down toilet U bend overnight to clean the pan.


ill give that a try and use up the crappy lemon ones.
jaddy26/01/2020 10:52

well thats odd, for 2y its had like a shrink wrap on it, and now its like …well thats odd, for 2y its had like a shrink wrap on it, and now its like a crisp bag, what one is supposed to be the desolve ones.


The crisp bag is the dissolvable one lol
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:53

The crisp bag is the dissolvable one lol


ah well done Aldi the one thats a nightmare to remove needs removing and the one thats easy to remove can be left one,
jaddy26/01/2020 10:47

iv been using these for about 2y now, i never knew the wraper was supposed …iv been using these for about 2y now, i never knew the wraper was supposed to be dissolvable, iv always took it off, and the new ones deffo need taking off as its a totally new wrapper like a mini crisp bag, also i just tried the lemon and it was nowhere near as good as the standard one, so i deffo wont buy lemon again,


I've been using some 40 boxes of these with the new soluble wrappers on that I bought months ago, the instructions on my boxes say to remove the wrapper, although, I suspect they may have used up some old packaging.
Edited by: "melted" 26th Jan
MisterNippy26/01/2020 10:45

I have used a dishwasher for only 5 years. In that time I have used all …I have used a dishwasher for only 5 years. In that time I have used all brands and found none to really be any better than another. VOTED hot. Aldi and Lidl tablets are always cheap and work well, now they are even cheaper.At 7 pence a wash, I doubt you could handwash your entire crockery for that price.


The dishwasher is not free to run unfortunately.
Edited by: "Jocky.Balboa" 26th Jan
SirSpanky26/01/2020 10:45

That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never …That's interesting, I've been using these for about 6 months now and never had an issue with the soluble wrapper.


Agreed . Use them in a Bosch dishwasher and never had an issue.
MisterNippy26/01/2020 10:45

I have used a dishwasher for only 5 years. In that time I have used all …I have used a dishwasher for only 5 years. In that time I have used all brands and found none to really be any better than another. VOTED hot. Aldi and Lidl tablets are always cheap and work well, now they are even cheaper.At 7 pence a wash, I doubt you could handwash your entire crockery for that price.


I'm amazed at that. I've tried several and found different results. I've found Fairy Platinum to be a clear winner. Finish to be the most disappointing price/performance ratio. These ones were ok but not as good as Fairy in my machine.

Is it me or have these gone up quite a bit in price in the past few years?

I get the massive bags (110) of Fairy Platinum when they're on offer at Costco and they don't work out that much more expensive than these.
Edited by: "rapid85" 26th Jan
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:48

It’s only recently changed to dissolvable


Recently as in, at least 6 months as I mentioned. In my store the 'original flavour' still has non-dissolvable wrap, but the lemon ones have had this wrapper since at least last summer.
I've said it befotre and I'll say it again!

Performance is less to do with the tablet and it's more about the quality of your water!
jaddy26/01/2020 10:53

ill give that a try and use up the crappy lemon ones.


Before using this method, try using white vinegar - natural, cheaper and not harmful.
Pour couple 100 mls, keep for 4 to 5 hrs and just use the normal toilet brush.
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 26th Jan
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:48

It’s only recently changed to dissolvable


That's strange we've used the old ones with the sink wrapped packaging and never took them out the wrapper as we thought they were dissolvable, never had any problems
The washing come out nice and clean and there was no trace of any wrapping or tablet in the little compartment
LesD26/01/2020 14:00

I've said it befotre and I'll say it again!Performance is less to do with …I've said it befotre and I'll say it again!Performance is less to do with the tablet and it's more about the quality of your water!


Yep definitely. I’ve had a water softener fitted and the company said the same - having soft water means any tablet/detergent (including value brands) can be used to give results as good as the expensive tablets with hard water because your not having to cut through all the lime scale on you plates/knives/forks etc. And even having a water softener, you can use half a tablet to do just as good a clean
Always using Clean&Fresh as best of cheap dishwasher tabs and always £1.99 for 50 at Home Bargains.

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rapid8526/01/2020 13:12

I'm amazed at that. I've tried several and found different results. I've …I'm amazed at that. I've tried several and found different results. I've found Fairy Platinum to be a clear winner. Finish to be the most disappointing price/performance ratio. These ones were ok but not as good as Fairy in my machine. Is it me or have these gone up quite a bit in price in the past few years? I get the massive bags (110) of Fairy Platinum when they're on offer at Costco and they don't work out that much more expensive than these.


I've also found Fairy Platinum to be the best tablet of all those I've tried (maybe not quite as good as the Sun dishwasher powder I used to buy many years ago), Finish Quantum doesn't clean quite as well, and I used to rate lidl's all in one third, before they changed formulation, and Aldi's forth.

By far and away the worst I've ever used are Finish Classic (store imported them from poland).

Aldi unfortunately also mess with their ingredients. They cut the oxygen-based bleaching agents, polycaroxylates and phosphates in the last pack of their lemon tablets I bought, I only noticed as they didn't clean as well, fortunately they were still selling full strength regular ones last time I stocked up.

See ingredients (lemon ones on the left) - this may well have changed again by now.

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Edited by: "melted" 26th Jan
Clean n Fresh for me too; half the price of Magnum and better washing results.
townsmcp26/01/2020 10:38

... I found it made the tablet stay stuck into the salt dispenser draw …... I found it made the tablet stay stuck into the salt dispenser draw (gave it a go for 5 different washes and each tablet didn’t leave the salt dispenser and instead was stuck into the draw from the wrapper getting sticky when alter touches it). Highly recommend removing the tablet from the wrapper still. Apart from that I guess the tablet is ok. Doesn’t smell much of lemon though


Why are you putting it into the SALT drawer?
Bokstas26/01/2020 16:16

Clean n Fresh for me too; half the price of Magnum and better washing …Clean n Fresh for me too; half the price of Magnum and better washing results.


Ill give them a try next time, cheers
melted26/01/2020 16:00

I've also found Fairy Platinum to be the best tablet of all those I've …I've also found Fairy Platinum to be the best tablet of all those I've tried (maybe not quite as good as the Sun dishwasher powder I used to buy many years ago), Finish Quantum doesn't clean quite as well, and I used to rate lidl's all in one third, before they changed formulation, and Aldi's forth. By far and away the worst I've ever used are Finish Classic (store imported them from poland).Aldi unfortunately also mess with their ingredients. They cut the oxygen-based bleaching agents, polycaroxylates and phosphates in the last pack of their lemon tablets I bought, I only noticed as they didn't clean as well, fortunately they were still selling full strength regular ones last time I stocked up. See ingredients (lemon ones on the left) - this may well have changed again by now.[Image]


That's very good work, good attention to detail I really believe getting Fairy Platinum is good value. When we brought the others we often had to put things through twice if we couldn't be bothered to finish them in the sink ourselves. In which case the other would have ended up more expensive!

There's certain products that companies are obsessed with changing formulations and it drives me nuts. Anti Antiperspirant is another example. You know the saying, if it ain't broke don't fix it! I'm convinced they do it just so they can put 'new forumla' on the packaging. Do people really look at that statement and buy the product? I'm more likely to do the oppostie.
rapid8526/01/2020 19:28

That's very good work, good attention to detail I really …That's very good work, good attention to detail I really believe getting Fairy Platinum is good value. When we brought the others we often had to put things through twice if we couldn't be bothered to finish them in the sink ourselves. In which case the other would have ended up more expensive! There's certain products that companies are obsessed with changing formulations and it drives me nuts. Anti Antiperspirant is another example. You know the saying, if it ain't broke don't fix it! I'm convinced they do it just so they can put 'new forumla' on the packaging. Do people really look at that statement and buy the product? I'm more likely to do the oppostie.


Very well said. A 'new formula' does not mean the products are better. I found many changes in food products over the years and surely it has nothing to do with a change of our taste buds. They just don't taste as good anymore. I can't understand why changes are made, which are certainly not for the better.
I suspect "new improved formula" in the case of LIdl or aldi is often quite likely to mean, we've found a new manufacturer, willing to sell us a similar product for less.
Besford26/01/2020 16:42

Why are you putting it into the SALT drawer?


I was meant to say detergent drawer lol
Have been using Aldi dishwasher tabs as they were really good but that novelty with the new " soluble wrapper" which is a complete s***t. It does not dissolve properly and remains are still visible when washing cycle is finished (wheres the older ones with wraps you have to take off do not have that problem).
If the dissolving is clearly an issue than despite not seeing any left overs of it its possible that there is still a residue of it when the machine was on a rinse cycle. Soo good luck with digesting the detergent together with your food
Aldi! take it back to the drawing board, its not working as it should!
Re the clean n fresh at home bargains. Tried them and while great on glassware absolutely garbage on any plates or pans with stains. Cereal bowls still have dried cereal attached and pans still have sediment left......by far the worst I have used!!!
Edited by: "Fizzypop1" 2nd Feb
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