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Finish All-In-1 Max Lemon Dishwasher Tablets (Pack Of 90) £9.49 Prime / £14.24 Non Prime @ amazon
Finish All-In-1 Max Lemon Dishwasher Tablets (Pack Of 90) £9.49 Prime / £14.24 Non Prime @ amazon

Finish All-In-1 Max Lemon Dishwasher Tablets (Pack Of 90) £9.49 Prime / £14.24 Non Prime @ amazon

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Abit of a bargain really that cheap for 90 tablets!
Easily lifts away tough stains like tea and grease
Salt function gives an even shine and protects glasses and dishes alike
Added protection against glass corrosion maintains a sparkling shine for longer
Contains 90 tablets in a pack

23 Comments

Ordered these with the finish dash button I bought for 99p earlier in the week. £4.50 after the promotion was applied

yeah I also did the dash button deal - was thinking it was a good price

mobiletech

Ordered these with the finish dash button I bought for 99p earlier in the … Ordered these with the finish dash button I bought for 99p earlier in the week. £4.50 after the promotion was applied


same
kid said they were going 'to press all those buttons today' so now they are on a high shelf X)

Good price

what's a dash button?!

dawnwoolard

what's a dash button?!


Amazon Dash Button

Cheers OP!

I just bought this button. hope the battery lasts for 5 years
Edited by: "flamethrower" 27th Nov 2016

Cheers OP hot and ordered.

Allthough this is okay, you can just goto the pound land and pick up 10 finish tabs for £1 - theres not much in it

bosh118

Allthough this is okay, you can just goto the pound land and pick up 10 … Allthough this is okay, you can just goto the pound land and pick up 10 finish tabs for £1 - theres not much in it



​Never buy from poundland. I made big mistake by buying one. It was not uk made and poor quality of same brand

brilly

samekid said they were going 'to press all those buttons today' so now … samekid said they were going 'to press all those buttons today' so now they are on a high shelf X)



If you go back into the app you can deactivate the button so you can't order anything. If you want to use it again you will have to set it up as before (although according to the Amazon blurb it retains your wifi info)

dawnwoolard

what's a dash button?!


something that you really don't need

bosh118

Allthough this is okay, you can just goto the pound land and pick up 10 … Allthough this is okay, you can just goto the pound land and pick up 10 finish tabs for £1 - theres not much in it



The poundland ones are usually classic rather than all in one..

Bought lemon tablets some time ago and hated it. leaves this strange (lemon) smell on dishes. bleh! However if you`re not brother then it's a good deal.

Corranga

The poundland ones are usually classic rather than all in one..


Can you tell me the difference?

mobiletech

Ordered these with the finish dash button I bought for 99p earlier in the … Ordered these with the finish dash button I bought for 99p earlier in the week. £4.50 after the promotion was applied



​Do you order the tablets first and then press the button? For the discount to be applied? Just need bit more information about how you did it.

dragonsmum

If you go back into the app you can deactivate the button so you can't … If you go back into the app you can deactivate the button so you can't order anything. If you want to use it again you will have to set it up as before (although according to the Amazon blurb it retains your wifi info)


i knew you could deactivate but didn't know you could easily reactivate - cheers


westernise

​Do you order the tablets first and then press the button? For the d … ​Do you order the tablets first and then press the button? For the discount to be applied? Just need bit more information about how you did it.


cant do it anymore, not sure how your method would ever work for anything though! other than getting a double order ofc..

westernise

​Do you order the tablets first and then press the button? For the d … ​Do you order the tablets first and then press the button? For the discount to be applied? Just need bit more information about how you did it.



Set up the button, the press it to make the order. The 4.99 is deducted when the order goes through (you can see it almost immediately on your account - I did it last night.
I had to update the Amazon android app to get it to work, complete PITA as the link in the app telling me it wasn't supported didn't work..
Disabling the button is easy enough though, once the app is working, just go back in where you configured it, and hit the disable option.

bosh118

Can you tell me the difference?



Nope. I was mearly pointing out that it's not quite the same deal. These are cheaper if you bought the dash button..
I've ever used them back to back. I bought 12 boxes of All In One when Poundland stocked them ages ago (with £2 off voucher) then ended up with some boxes of Classic from a friend whose dishwasher broken. I just stuck them all into the same tub I keep them in, and the packets look the same either way!

I did notice that cheap Asda ones seem to leave more salt residue stuff inside bowls and glasses though.
I'd guess that the variable water type throughout the UK is more likely to have an effect on how well they work than classic vs. AiO, but some people seem to care

brilly

i knew you could deactivate but didn't know you could easily reactivate - … i knew you could deactivate but didn't know you could easily reactivate - cheers



Just double checked and you reactivate your button as if it were new - it doesn't remember your Wifi password though, unless you asked Amazon to presumably

bosh118

Can you tell me the difference?


Classic ones require salt and rinse aid separately

zabada

Classic ones require salt and rinse aid separately


Obviously people on Amazon don't know that - look at 'frequently bought together' (_;)

I was genuinely wondering if there's much difference. Behind the tills they sell these 110 pack boxes for £8.

They also do 67 all-in-one Fairy tabs for £6.
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