Lenor unstoppables £2.99 @ savers
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Lenor unstoppables £2.99 @ savers

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Lenor unstoppables are £5 In Supermarkets so £2.99 is good price. My local store had 2 different scents in stock . I just use it when washing gym wear as it's just another expense on top of normal washing powder/fabric softener but sons gym wear needs to be washed at 30 or it shrinks so this gives it a lovely scent.
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    Take it these are 275g, also £3 in Asda
    Is it any good
    amzzzzyyyy

    Is it any good


    nope I bought them would give them 2/10
    Yeah these are great we use them all the time, makes your washing smell extra fresh
    By adding a tiny amount of pine disinfectant you can get a nice smell through your clothes 30p Tesco own brand
    ewww no pine disinfectant on my clothes no thankyou
    Original Poster
    amzzzzyyyy

    Is it any good


    I think they are good for gym wear and also for holiday clothes, lovely smell when you open suitcase. Think if you store clothes they would be good too and also for bedding in spare room. The fragrance is fairly strong so might not be to everyone's taste. Makes my room smell fragrant too.
    I have these and I think they are great xx
    abbiislam

    By adding a tiny amount of pine disinfectant you can get a nice smell … By adding a tiny amount of pine disinfectant you can get a nice smell through your clothes 30p Tesco own brand



    How do you mean in the laundry detergent compartment or the comfort compartment , i am tempted to try lol
    wouldnt you be smelling like a freshly cleaned communal toilet
    I put a handful in my hoover and it gives a lovely smell when I'm hoovering.
    billythefish

    wouldnt you be smelling like a freshly cleaned communal toilet



    Lol now that does sound tempting
    This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects" on the box and all our sewage eventually ends up in the ocean. I'm normally not particularity considerate of environment, but that's just a bit overboard, I just wonder how it is possible to manufacture and sell it in the shops if the effects are serious enough to warrant a warning on the box? - pbs.twimg.com/med…jpg
    Marzipan123

    This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life … This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects" on the box and all our sewage eventually ends up in the ocean. I'm normally not particularity considerate of environment, but that's just a bit overboard, I just wonder how it is possible to manufacture and sell it in the shops if the effects are serious enough to warrant a warning on the box? - https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BvdrvowIQAAZwXr.jpg



    ​I can assure you all our sewage does not end up in the ocean, it is processed, filtered and eventually comes back out your tap!
    £3 in Asda and £3 on Ocado
    amzzzzyyyy

    Is it any good



    my wife seems to like it.. some smell better than other tho. you can squeeze them to get an idea of the scent (small holes in the top).. I know this because I was woken up on saturday with one being squeezed in my face repeatedly by an excited wife (early morning ocado delivery).
    Marzipan123

    This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life … This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects" on the box and all our sewage eventually ends up in the ocean. I'm normally not particularity considerate of environment, but that's just a bit overboard, I just wonder how it is possible to manufacture and sell it in the shops if the effects are serious enough to warrant a warning on the box? - https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BvdrvowIQAAZwXr.jpg



    this is new EU labelling nothing to do with what you said at all

    "Why is there an Environmental warning warning that my household product may be toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects?
    This warning draws attention to the potential effect of large quantities of non-diluted product. It serves as a warning in case of a large spill. However, it is still important to follow directions when using your product.

    Does the Environmental warning symbol with a dead tree and fish mean I am polluting aquatic life?
    No. Your product is safe for the environment when used as intended."


    As you may also have seen there is now a label to warn people not to eat laundry pods because parents have been putting them where their children can see instead of what they are supposed to do and keep them away from their children. Hope this means you wont stop using them because they have effects on kids, and you understand that parents are responsible.
    these are great for bedding and things you may not ware that often, lovely smell when you open the bedroom door.
    Marzipan123

    and all our sewage eventually ends up in the ocean.



    What utter rubbish!
    I can assure you it doesn't end up in the sea. Do you think sewage treatment plants are just for show then?

    Take off the tin foil hat and come join the rest of us in the real world



    Very good find, now just need to find a savers near me
    Or asda thanks. I think they were around £6 yesterday in Tesco or 2 for £10.
    Unstoppables love them.
    Marzipan123

    This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life … This stuff seriously scares me, there is a huge "Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects" on the box and all our sewage eventually ends up in the ocean. I'm normally not particularity considerate of environment, but that's just a bit overboard, I just wonder how it is possible to manufacture and sell it in the shops if the effects are serious enough to warrant a warning on the box? - https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BvdrvowIQAAZwXr.jpg



    Is that not just because it's a surfactant and so breaks up the water in a way that fish can't deal with? Because if it didn't do that then it wouldn't work at all. Same with any washing product. It is an alarming warning though.

    You know what worries me is those washing up liquids that tell you it's so bad for you that you have to rinse your plates before using them. oO
    Banned
    debmm

    I think they are good for gym wear and also for holiday clothes, lovely … I think they are good for gym wear and also for holiday clothes, lovely smell when you open suitcase. Think if you store clothes they would be good too and also for bedding in spare room. The fragrance is fairly strong so might not be to everyone's taste. Makes my room smell fragrant too.


    Thanks for sharing this information
    Hmm it may just be me but from the packaging these sort of remind me of something that's close to "flashlight"X)
    Personally I think they're useless unless you use half a tub a time
    stewie

    ​I can assure you all our sewage does not end up in the ocean, it is p … ​I can assure you all our sewage does not end up in the ocean, it is processed, filtered and eventually comes back out your tap!


    On that thought I was actually wondering about that, as there was an article about an increasing numbers of baby wipes being washed on to the beaches in UK and it was explained that it's because people flush them in the toilets. I found it very surprising as I always assumed that the sewage treatment would have caught something that big.
    Also 80% of tap water in UK comes from rain water, so we only drink water that was "treated" by nature and yes it did evaporate from the ocean first.
    My washing smells gorgeous when I've used these x
    annalovesabargain

    nope I bought them would give them 2/10


    I agree - I was part of the original pre launch testing panel and I thought they were total rubbish! A good quality liquid fabric conditioner is far better.
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