Ecover concentrated laundry liquid non biological 42 washes for £4.50 down from £9 @ Waitrose
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Ecover concentrated laundry liquid non biological 42 washes for £4.50 down from £9 @ Waitrose

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Found 17th Feb 2017
50% off.

Get nature on your side. Tough on stains, even at 30° degrees. Renewable plant-based and mineral ingredients which are effective, reduce pollution and lessen the burden on our planet's resources.

- 3 versions available: bio, non bio and color
- 1.5L bottle, 42 washes/bottle, 10.7p/wash with offer
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I bought some of this a while back thinking it would be perfume free, seeing it's eco - but it's got the most ridiculously strong lemon small that remains on the washed clothes. Not impressed with it at all.
is also £5 now for 42 wash bottle at Tesco. I quite like the smell, but not when it been through the drier for some reason!
Bought a load of this from Asda during their product change over for£2.50
Joke is they're still selling it so why did they reduce it
Around 10p per wash is the magic number for laundry, so this could be a good deal... how is it compared to Persil/Fairy/Bold etc.? Other than the 'eco' branding, does it have any benefits?
verysleepy

Bought a load of this from Asda during their product change over … Bought a load of this from Asda during their product change over for£2.50Joke is they're still selling it so why did they reduce it



​They changed the label as well as some of the ingredients.
Which magazine doesn't rate this brand at all if you look at their reviews of washing detergent. Haven't tried it myself but their surveys are usually reliable. Haven't voted either way.
Edited by: "HantsShopper" 18th Feb 2017
I have used it for 2 years I have severe allergies to allot of perfume, bleach. Asthma, oranges, and lots more and sometimes need my epiPen. It does clean your clothes I boil wash all my sheets, towels, teatowls, with this. But it does leave some stains, if it is a 30 wash. I I didn't have allergies I wouldn't bother. But if you are into Eco warrior stuff then use bicarbonate of soda of the stains. Great deal thanks you just saves me a bit of money xxx
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Muir

Around 10p per wash is the magic number for laundry, so this could be a … Around 10p per wash is the magic number for laundry, so this could be a good deal... how is it compared to Persil/Fairy/Bold etc.? Other than the 'eco' branding, does it have any benefits?



Other brands would make my skin itch and tend to have headache inducing smell...

I don't have many stains to tackle so I can't really comment on how well this detergent removes them. But typically eco products don't do exceptionally well on that front.
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