Ariel 3-in-1 Pods Colour and Style Washing Capsules - Pack of 3 (114 Washes) £18 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Ariel 3-in-1 Pods Colour and Style Washing Capsules - Pack of 3 (114 Washes) £18 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Found 6th Feb
  • Cleans, lifts off stains and brightens
  • High cleaning in one washing capsule
  • Helps you keep your colours bright
  • Gives you ideal results even under tough conditions
  • High cleaning even at 30 degrees Celsius
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Makes a good snack too, or so I hear
RK793 m ago

Makes a good snack too, or so I hear


RK798 m ago

Makes a good snack too, or so I hear



its part of the american diet!!!
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Same price in Asda
But still expensive on a "per wash" basis when compared to liquid, when it's on offer e.g. Persil 70 washes for £7.
Lovely with hummus
Jonathan24008 m ago

But still expensive on a "per wash" basis when compared to liquid, when …But still expensive on a "per wash" basis when compared to liquid, when it's on offer e.g. Persil 70 washes for £7.


You’re 100% right.

Try using ASDA own brand, or LIDL own brand versions pal, fantastic results and find them less harsher on clothes than self measure liquids and powders.

I have tried all the big name brand capsules, and they are overpriced, yet contain the same ingredients (take a look) and in some cases better ingredients (I did some extensive research online ).

I use bio ones, because they clean sweat and grim from gym clothes, towels and what have you better... but the non-bio alternatives are also really decent... I would recommend anyone to go try them.
rich_198610 h, 19 m ago

You’re 100% right.Try using ASDA own brand, or LIDL own brand versions p …You’re 100% right.Try using ASDA own brand, or LIDL own brand versions pal, fantastic results and find them less harsher on clothes than self measure liquids and powders.I have tried all the big name brand capsules, and they are overpriced, yet contain the same ingredients (take a look) and in some cases better ingredients (I did some extensive research online ).I use bio ones, because they clean sweat and grim from gym clothes, towels and what have you better... but the non-bio alternatives are also really decent... I would recommend anyone to go try them.


Hi
Could you let me know exactly what you use as I would like to swap from expensive pods and if I can benefit from your research that would be great :-) Thanks
square721 h, 49 m ago

HiCould you let me know exactly what you use as I would like to swap from …HiCould you let me know exactly what you use as I would like to swap from expensive pods and if I can benefit from your research that would be great :-) Thanks


Hi, as I mentioned, I use ASDA’s own Bio Capsules (which are currently £5 for 38 washes, but regularly get reduced), but I have also use LIDL’s own Bio Capsules (which I believe were around £4 for 38 washes)... both have the same ingredients, and the same as the Persil ones, but I find the own brand capsules are better on clothes, they clean them better and leave them feeling alot more nicer/softer, if that makes sense. There are a few ingredients that the cheaper brands don’t have, which I think are actually to their benefit, as they treat the clothes with care.

I don’t use softener/conditioner in ANY of my washes, as it essentially ruins clothes, but I do pop in some scent boosters (Lenor ones) for bigger items such as towels and bedding, and also with my gym clothes for obvious reasons.

I guarantee if you try either ASDA or LIDL’s you will not be disappointed. Both also come in the child secure tubs as well, but I think this is now an industry must
Edited by: "rich_1986" 7th Feb
rich_19867 m ago

Hi, as I mentioned, I use ASDA’s own Bio Capsules (which are currently £5 f …Hi, as I mentioned, I use ASDA’s own Bio Capsules (which are currently £5 for 38 washes, but regularly get reduced), but I have also use LIDL’s own Bio Capsules (which I believe were around £4 for 38 washes)... both have the same ingredients, and the same as the Persil ones, but I find the own brand capsules are better on clothes, they clean them better and leave them feeling alot more nicer/softer, if that makes sense. There are a few ingredients that the cheaper brands don’t have, which I think are actually to their benefit, as they treat the clothes with care.I don’t use softener/conditioner in ANY of my washes, as it essentially ruins clothes, but I do pop in some scent boosters (Lenor ones) for bigger items such as towels and bedding, and also with my gym clothes for obvious reasons.I guarantee if you try either ASDA or LIDL’s you will not be disappointed. Both also come in the child secure tubs as well, but I think this is now an industry must


Thank You SO much x
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