finish powerball classic dishwasher 114 tablets £8.49 @ Family Bargains
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finish powerball classic dishwasher 114 tablets £8.49 @ Family Bargains

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Found 5th Oct 2014
Finish powerball classic dishwasher 114 tablets for £8.49 bought from Family Bargains at the London Staples Corner. Cheaper thank the 10 for £1 at the poundland.

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Average deal, for the budget tablet!

agree. missing at least four washing aids compared to the all-in-1. cold

No sign from the moaners of a better deal for this product.

Good price

I tried these and they were useless - they didn't clear the food of the plates properly. You need the more expensive Finish tablets which are much better.

The tablets I've found which are the best performance and value are the Aldi ones with the "Which" recommendation on the box - these even on the Eco setting clean better than using the Finish ones on the intensive setting.

Not for everyone but CostCo are doing two boxes of 78 Lemon All in 1 (so 156 tablets) for £15.12 inc VAT. Just under 10p a tablet.

I've had no problems with these tablets regarding performance.

These are also in Farmfood at £7.99. I've been using these for a while now and had no problem with their performance.

mattr

I tried these and they were useless - they didn't clear the food of the … I tried these and they were useless - they didn't clear the food of the plates properly.



You're supposed to eat the food off the plates, rather than put it in the dishwasher.

tuggy

You're supposed to eat the food off the plates, rather than put it in the … You're supposed to eat the food off the plates, rather than put it in the dishwasher.



What I mean, is for example, peanut butter on a spoon or dried sauce on a plate - the dregs are still on it with these.

£7.50 @ farmfoods

I get the Farmfoods ones, they're 110 in a pack, but is still marginally cheaper than this deal. Not all-in-one, but prefer that as don't need much salt or rinse aid in my area and machine, so buy those cheap separately.

Rickardo

I get the Farmfoods ones, they're 110 in a pack, but is still marginally … I get the Farmfoods ones, they're 110 in a pack, but is still marginally cheaper than this deal. Not all-in-one, but prefer that as don't need much salt or rinse aid in my area and machine, so buy those cheap separately.



Everyone above, out of interest, are you using rinse aid and salt as well as the tablets?

mattr

Everyone above, out of interest, are you using rinse aid and salt as well … Everyone above, out of interest, are you using rinse aid and salt as well as the tablets?


Yes as these tablets do not contain any, but my machine set to use the smallest dose of each. I found that the all-in-one tablets were not as without the rinse aid anyway - I think it is to do with when in the cycle it is used since with a single tablet, once it's released that is it activating (I know they try to utilise slow release etc).

I don't think I have tried the Aldi ones, but I know Which have praised them.
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