Aldi special buy- dishwasher tablets 100 for £4.99 Sunday 19th October
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Aldi special buy- dishwasher tablets 100 for £4.99 Sunday 19th October

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Found 15th Oct 2014
As the title says.
Dishwasher tablets for 5p each.

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Are they any good? Has anyone tried them?

Original Poster

I have used them- they do tge job just fine.
They have lemon ones and 'original' -
Not sure If both are in the deal.

Click on link and scroll down to see a Which Review of dishwasher tablets from February 2014

money.aol.co.uk/201…ch/

Original Poster

I have used them- they do tge job just fine.
They have lemon ones and 'original' -
Not sure If both are in the deal.

YippeeYiYo

Click on link and scroll down to see a Which Review of dishwasher tablets … Click on link and scroll down to see a Which Review of dishwasher tablets from February 2014http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/02/24/dishes-done-best-by-lidl-and-aldi-which/



Don't know how aldi keep doing it but i'll defo give them a try. even full price they seem a much better buy than most branded products

YippeeYiYo

Click on link and scroll down to see a Which Review of dishwasher tablets … Click on link and scroll down to see a Which Review of dishwasher tablets from February 2014http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/02/24/dishes-done-best-by-lidl-and-aldi-which/



With respect... Aldi do two versions of dishwasher tabs. The cheaper 'Classic' variety that are in this deal at the moment and their other 'All-in-one Complete' variety. I think that article you linked to is referring to the latter 'All-in-one' variety. Have tried these classic tabs after initially using their Complete ones and they were nowhere near as good as their others so didn't bother using them again. We just stick to their All-in-ones now.

I bought this exact box last time and I'll be buying again. Fantastic quality.

These are just as good as other 'leading' brands. I would definitely recommend.

nparm1

These are just as good as other 'leading' brands. I would definitely … These are just as good as other 'leading' brands. I would definitely recommend.


The ones on offer are the cheap tablets which are not that well reviewed. The higher priced all in ones are supposedly better but these aren't the ones on offer here. Fairy tablets are a lot better but have a premium price

I buy the Lidl classic ones at £3.19 for 60 and buy separate salt and rinse aid and they do a stunning job. Never a mark left on anything and sparkling clean believe me folks separate components will give you a much better wash.

jans

With respect... Aldi do two versions of dishwasher tabs. The cheaper … With respect... Aldi do two versions of dishwasher tabs. The cheaper 'Classic' variety that are in this deal at the moment and their other 'All-in-one Complete' variety. I think that article you linked to is referring to the latter 'All-in-one' variety. Have tried these classic tabs after initially using their Complete ones and they were nowhere near as good as their others so didn't bother using them again. We just stick to their All-in-ones now.



Yes you are quite right. I didn't read the whole table through. I have used the Aldi standard tablets and they seemed fine, although I haven't found any dishwasher tablets that remove tea stains from black tea in my hard water area. I have to scrub the cups out first.

The Aldi Magnum Classic are 50 tabs a box. Is this 2 boxes for £4.99 or are they larger double size boxes?

The last dishwasher powder that I purchased was a large bag of dishwasher powder from Aldi. We do not need salt and I don't bother with any extras. I only ever wash easy to clean stuff so not a great test and therefore no point in paying out any more than the minimum I can get away with.

The link did not go to the product, but it looks like they are new larger boxes as *** here ***
Edited by: "HookedOnHotDeals" 17th Oct 2014

Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle costs about a pound but will to loads if washes.

nitro228

Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle … Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle costs about a pound but will to loads if washes.


Does this actually work? oO

5p per wash at tesco every day of the week:
I use these daily with rinse aid and I notice no difference between the top brands.
tesco.com/gro…802

Presuming these Aldi are basic ones then sorry not hot!

nitro228

Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle … Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle costs about a pound but will to loads if washes.



Don't do this dishwasher detergent is designed to not create bubbles and using fairy will cause the machine to fill with bubbles potentially flood and damage your machine... if you don't believe me give it a try

Sorry it's off topic but has anyone tried Aldi Oxi bright stain remover and is it any good?

I tired these tablets when they ran a similar bulk buy offer a year or two ago - I wasn't impressed. As noted above they are not the all in one variety that wins all the awards.

coalfield

5p per wash at tesco every day of the week:I use these daily with rinse … 5p per wash at tesco every day of the week:I use these daily with rinse aid and I notice no difference between the top brands.http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=261716802Presuming these Aldi are basic ones then sorry not hot!Don't do this dishwasher detergent is designed to not create bubbles and using fairy will cause the machine to fill with bubbles potentially flood and damage your machine... if you don't believe me give it a try



It works fine. Been doing it for years. Just don't use too much, about a teaspoon is all you need. Dishes come up lovely.

Won't buy these again. The all I'm one tablets are good but not these cheaper ones.

nitro228

Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle … Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle costs about a pound but will to loads if washes.



DON'T DO IT PEOPLE! Will flood your kitchen with suds - don't even know if it cleans the dishes. Wife's office still clearing up the mess after some halfwit (is that you nitro228?) tried it.
Edited by: "Besford" 17th Oct 2014

Do you remember the good old days when the supermarkets sold big plastic bottles of dishwasher powder? Now they compress it into tablets, wrap them in plastic (which doesn't work - they still go soggy) and sell them to you for twice the price.

coalfield

5p per wash at tesco every day of the week:I use these daily with rinse … 5p per wash at tesco every day of the week:I use these daily with rinse aid and I notice no difference between the top brands.http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=261716802..........



does anyone know why when you click tesco links from this site, they tend to not work, but yet seem to divert you to a "solutions.tradedoubler.com " website (or is it just me?)

nitro228

Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle … Just stick a bit of fairy liquid in the tablet compartment. A bottle costs about a pound but will to loads if washes.



Never ever put waking up liquid in a dishwasher as it will foam up and pour all over your floor!

I bought these last time and will not buy again. Waist of the money. Those other ones "3 in one" or something like that are good.

You have been using salt and rinse aid haven't you?

With cheap salt and rinse aid - they are as perfect as any tab I've used
In fact, we snap the tablet in half and only use half in! No pre wash and only put dishwasher on every 3 days or so - never prep/rinse anything beforehand (except saucepans) - and never had to rewash anything.
That's the cheap tabs
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