Fairy Liquid 2.5L £2.99 at FarmFoods
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Fairy Liquid 2.5L £2.99 at FarmFoods

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Found 17th Apr 2016
2.5L of Fairy Liquid for just £2.99! (Normally £5.99)

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boeing737800withwinglets

2.5L of Fairy Liquid for just £2.99! (Normally £5.99)Found in F … 2.5L of Fairy Liquid for just £2.99! (Normally £5.99)Found in FarmFoods Lancaster



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WOW! have some heat.. if that is national it is going to get molten hot in here!
just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and they were both watery or diluted
Scorchio.
Jtollitt

I bought some, seemed normal to me.



Mate its an absolute banger, a gift from Steve Bloomer
Been this price for months at 'The Range'
been this price for best part of a year now, at least. and it is national.
it's the same as b m all week long
snowflake75

just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and … just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and they were both watery or diluted


I looks like it's the same product that B&M have regularly for £2.99. With that in mind, I just compared that with two different Fairy products that I have in stock and if there is a difference I cannot see or feel it.
snowflake75

just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and … just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and they were both watery or diluted


I bought same from B&M and was rubbish and I thought it been watered down as well.
I bought this from b&m a few weeks ago,, had to return it. as it had a tiny label saying it was for dishwashers
We got some from farmfoods a while ago.

The product is obviously not intended for the UK market as the main label hasn't got the ingredients in english, so they've attached a little sticker with them on to comply with UK rules..

It is definitely runnier than normal uk fairy liquid, although the key ingredients claim to be at the same percentages, so it might just be that they add less thickening agent (I read somewhere they use salt to thicken it) to their foreign market version. I prefer the thicker UK product.

Edited by: "melted" 17th Apr 2016
penniesinmypocket

I bought this from b&m a few weeks ago,, had to return it. as it had a … I bought this from b&m a few weeks ago,, had to return it. as it had a tiny label saying it was for dishwashers




I wouldn't use the stuff I got in a dishwasher, it would froth up way too much and might also affect the seals. It was definitely hand dishwashing liquid not dishwasher machine liquid.
It IS watered down
snowflake75

just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and … just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and they were both watery or diluted



tastes the same to me
skykid3

tastes the same to me



​Lol joker!
The Range have it at the same price £2-99 , B & Q are selling it at £5-99
These are same priced nationwide. Watered down, not worth it.
snowflake75

just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and … just be warned that this stuff is very watery. i bought 2 last week and they were both watery or diluted



​As been mentioned before when it's been posted.
being a window cleaner and use a lot of fairy liquid i bought one of these out farmfoods about a month ago, have to say dose the job however you need a tad more than you normally would seems a bit watered down and dose not last as long in water
I bought two of these from the range, it is very runny, i had to use more than usual, for the price it did it's job but I won't be buying it again, you get what you pay for.
It's same price and always has been in B&M. It's not like the domestic stuff it's watery and not as good.
watery? shake well before using.
dont buy. watery. bought and wasnt as good as normal fairy.
Been this price for a while now. Definitely agree that it's watered down. I find I'm using a lot more. However price ain't bad.
I've bought and used this ... it requires 3 x as much as normal... and even states that on the label... basically it's rubbish.
I have bought this product. Please be aware that it is only about half as strong as the normal Original Fairy as sold in most supermarkets. You do need about double the amount for a full washing up. I have used nothing but Fairy for washing up for over 30 years and you can tell as soon as you start to use this that it is not so good and I find that you have to change the water 1/2 way through washing up or if leaving to soak the water is cold before it soaks the food off, meaning using more hot water therefore more expensive!! It can be handy however if only washing 1-2 items that are not overly dirty.
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