Dettol laundry cleanser £2.99 @ Savers
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Dettol laundry cleanser £2.99 @ Savers

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Found 9th Apr 2014
Dettol laundry cleanser. Usually around the £4.50ish mark in the major supermarkets.
If you don't have one local to you, you can get it for £3 a bottle from Wilkinsons if you go to customer services and ask them to order it in for you as most stores don't stock it and you can't find it online.
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this is good stuff will wash a1 ON COLD

Dettol. For when you see big bad germs chasing you down the street whilst still awake. "Did you know, not all bacteria are killed if you wash at 30!!"....yeah.and.so.what. (_;)

I really hate the smell of detol. Does this stuff make your clothes smell of it?

Asda Home Store selling them off for £1 people think they are washing liquid.

Just wash with warm/hot water like we all used to and stop adding extra chemicals to our clothing and water supply. ... I'm sure 20 washes with heated water will not cost as much add buying this stuff.

Is that any good for gym clothing?

Original Poster

I tried it because my washing machine was starting to smell musty washing at low temps and this has cured that. It has also helped stop the black mould that builds up with low temp washing as well.
No it doesn't make your washing smell of anything - you add it to the softener.
No I don't work for them - I just like a deal....

Sorry for being dumb, but is this detergent?

Original Poster

No it is not a detergent - you add it to the conditioner (lenor or whatever you use) to stop the washing and the machine getting that nasty musty, mouldy smell you get from washing at cool temps.

micks_missus

No it is not a detergent - you add it to the conditioner (lenor or … No it is not a detergent - you add it to the conditioner (lenor or whatever you use) to stop the washing and the machine getting that nasty musty, mouldy smell you get from washing at cool temps.


thank you :-)

The cotton fresh one smells lovely, not a dettoly smell at all. It's just a germ killing rinse at the end of the cycle.
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