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lucas16/08/2019 13:04

This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a …This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a problem that doesn’t exist)


Works great on sons gym clothes, nothing else can get them smelling ok.
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This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a problem that doesn’t exist)
lucas16/08/2019 13:04

This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a …This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a problem that doesn’t exist)


Works great on sons gym clothes, nothing else can get them smelling ok.
Brilliant item, won’t wash anything without it now! Is this available online only or can you get in store at this price too?
polarbaba16/08/2019 13:11

Works great on sons gym clothes, nothing else can get them smelling ok.


Try a bio detergent on a 40 or 60 degree wash, works way better
Great deal, heat added
little_deal_minx16/08/2019 13:15

Brilliant item, won’t wash anything without it now! Is this available o …Brilliant item, won’t wash anything without it now! Is this available online only or can you get in store at this price too?


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lucas16/08/2019 13:16

Try a bio detergent on a 40 or 60 degree wash, works way better


30 degree washes are only for delicates in my household.
40 degrees for ordinary washes and hotter for towels.
I must admit to using this product though, everyone loves the cotton fresh smell
Thanks OP
These are a necessity (for some) because many people wash at 30° with liquid detergents only these days.

If you wash on and off with detergent and 40°C upwards this does away with any need to buy these. Powder has bleaching agents and that combined with the slightly higher temperature does away with the hazard of mould/bad smells.

You're supposed to do a service wash every now and then as well (some say every month, some say 6 months).
Love this stuff working in hospital need to use this on my work stuff
They said they made a mistake on the price and it's actually £2. They've now updated it on their fb page
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lucas16/08/2019 13:04

This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a …This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a problem that doesn’t exist)


Oh what a tangled web we weave.
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louiselouise16/08/2019 14:24

These are a necessity (for some) because many people wash at 30° with …These are a necessity (for some) because many people wash at 30° with liquid detergents only these days.If you wash on and off with detergent and 40°C upwards this does away with any need to buy these. Powder has bleaching agents and that combined with the slightly higher temperature does away with the hazard of mould/bad smells.You're supposed to do a service wash every now and then as well (some say every month, some say 6 months).


You tell them louiselouise!
OnTheHUKD16/08/2019 16:15

That being the case, here are a few alternatives:Tesco 1.5l for £3ASDA …That being the case, here are a few alternatives:Tesco 1.5l for £3ASDA 1.5l for £3Morrisons 1.5l for £3


Homebargains also do a version, called Whizz ((shock) ) which is £1.49 for a 1.5L. I’ve been using it the past 2 years. It might not be a necessity but with 3 children making a mess or the occasional nappy accident it reassures my ocd that the clothes are clean lol
These were £2 in my local today.
I've never really understood what this, is it in place of laundry detergent, or as well as, as a pre-wash?
Says £2 on the Poundland website via the link on this deal
Jodyann16/08/2019 19:39

I've never really understood what this, is it in place of laundry …I've never really understood what this, is it in place of laundry detergent, or as well as, as a pre-wash?


We put it in the fabric conditioner section so it first cleans and then disinfects, yes we miss out on fabric conditioning but you can always do that separately if required. We don't need it as we only use it on gym clothes and we don't need them fluffy and soft!.
Power246816/08/2019 15:18

Love this stuff working in hospital need to use this on my work stuff


Not being clever but what did you/others use before this recent invention?
Power246816/08/2019 15:18

Love this stuff working in hospital need to use this on my work stuff


Me too. Home Bargain do a version for £1.50 for 1.5 L
Great price for the Dettol one though
polarbaba16/08/2019 21:34

We put it in the fabric conditioner section so it first cleans and then …We put it in the fabric conditioner section so it first cleans and then disinfects, yes we miss out on fabric conditioning but you can always do that separately if required. We don't need it as we only use it on gym clothes and we don't need them fluffy and soft!.


I use 1/2 the recommended Dettol quantity with Lenor Sensitive concentrated conditioner and seems to work just as well as the full amount and leaves enough room for the conditioner in our Miele’s conditioner compartment.

From experience the Dettol works better when left a hour in the washing machine before drying in the tumble dryer. Something like this is essential when washing at 30 degrees.
lucas16/08/2019 13:04

This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a …This is the modern version of listerine mouthwash (marketed to solve a problem that doesn’t exist)


Although it does actually work.
I'm confused. Does clean the clothes or the actual washing machine?
I use white vinegar to wash my machine and lidl soap powder for clothes.
Couldn’t get this in my local store today
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