Persil Colour Washing Liquid,150 Washes £20.40 now £12.40 with subsribe and save & £8.00 voucher @ Amazon Prime (plus £4.75 P&P for Non-Prime)
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Persil Colour Washing Liquid,150 Washes £20.40 now £12.40 with subsribe and save & £8.00 voucher @ Amazon Prime (plus £4.75 P&P for Non-Prime)

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Found 15th Dec 2017
Persil Colour Washing Liquid, 5.25 L - 150 Washes (25 Washes x Pack of 6) cOLOUR & Bio washing. £20.40 now £12.40 with subsribe and save & £8.00 voucher.
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Realistically are you going to get 150 washes?
Nothing is better than powder
SkatePalace4 m ago

Realistically are you going to get 150 washes?


Nope as i use around 3 capfuls of washing liquid lol.
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Its showing £24.00 in my window.??
daveshop2 m ago

Nope as i use around 3 capfuls of washing liquid lol.


I agree as I'm the same lol
Can the voucher be used against other products ? Ideally powder?
stec7715 s ago

Can the voucher be used against other products ? Ideally powder?


Nope
£24.00.. £14.80 after £8 discount and subscribe & save..
Edited by: "tonysw9" 15th Dec 2017
tonysw956 s ago

£24.00 now.. £14.80 after £8 discount and subscribe & save..


Still a decent price
tonysw96 m ago

£24.00 now.. £14.80 after £8 discount and subscribe & save..



In fact, it's been £24 since Nov 25th.. so was never £20.40 and this deal is incorrect.. even if it's a decent price.
tonysw97 m ago

In fact, it's been £24 since Nov 25th.. so was never £20.40 and this deal i …In fact, it's been £24 since Nov 25th.. so was never £20.40 and this deal is incorrect.. even if it's a decent price.


Its £20.40 after 15% subscribe and save if you have 5 subscribe and save items then minus the £8 = £12.40
I've always used powder and in much higher dosages than suggested. Should I try the liquid?
Use less, not more. 🙄
stec7720 m ago

I've always used powder and in much higher dosages than suggested. Should …I've always used powder and in much higher dosages than suggested. Should I try the liquid?


Not unless you like washing machine mould.
Bettyboop6915 m ago

Use less, not more. 🙄


Maybe I'll try less? I use more to try to get a stronger smell.

MSK.2 m ago

Not unless you like washing machine mould.



Is that from using the liquid?
stec774 m ago

Maybe I'll try less? I use more to try to get a stronger smell.Is that …Maybe I'll try less? I use more to try to get a stronger smell.Is that from using the liquid?


Yeah, my ex completely knackered a washing machine with it. Grew black mould which couldn't be removed and stank. Quite common apparently.

Use a scent booster if you want more smell and make sure you use the right cycle for the right fabric. Using more powder will just bleach your clothes.
Boboulas35 m ago

Its £20.40 after 15% subscribe and save if you have 5 subscribe and save …Its £20.40 after 15% subscribe and save if you have 5 subscribe and save items then minus the £8 = £12.40


Of course.. I know that.. No need to state the obvious. It doesn't say that anywhere in the op though.
Ok, I'll stick to powder (is the mould through using liquid?). In terms of sent boosters, I've tried the Lenore unstoppable s but not noticed any difference. I've order some dryer smelling things so will try those next, similar to bounce.
This no good at all. I buy my Ariel 30 capsules for £5 (standard price at B&M). So I pay £25 for 150 washes normally. Very cold!
I read that you should alternate between washing powder (which has bleaching agents in it) and liquid if you want to continue using liquid detergent, to avoid mould build-up. I always wash at 40 degrees, rather than the colder temperatures.

You're supposed to do a service wash once every six months (I think?) which should help alleviate any smell/mould issues.

Also make sure your detergent drawer gets a clean now and then...
Edited by: "louiselouise" 16th Dec 2017
or a weekly very hot towels wash.....
And after a wash leave the draw and door open. This then dryer the rubber and draw area to prevent mould growth. One a month do a service wash on a 90.c setting with no clothes in and this will kill and bacteria in the machine. Washing at low temperatures causes the problems in the first place.
Had problems with mould and disgusting smell in my washing machine. Stopped using gel and went back to powder and problem disappeared.
welche21 h, 19 m ago

And after a wash leave the draw and door open. This then dryer the rubber …And after a wash leave the draw and door open. This then dryer the rubber and draw area to prevent mould growth. One a month do a service wash on a 90.c setting with no clothes in and this will kill and bacteria in the machine. Washing at low temperatures causes the problems in the first place.


We never wash at low temperatures, we even add liters of medium to hot water extra as the washing machine doesn't use enough water. Still have mould.
MSK.9 h, 42 m ago

Yeah, my ex completely knackered a washing machine with it. Grew black …Yeah, my ex completely knackered a washing machine with it. Grew black mould which couldn't be removed and stank. Quite common apparently.Use a scent booster if you want more smell and make sure you use the right cycle for the right fabric. Using more powder will just bleach your clothes.


You should left washing machine door open after used it. I never have black mould in my machine.
Fi732 h, 0 m ago

You should left washing machine door open after used it. I never have …You should left washing machine door open after used it. I never have black mould in my machine.


I leave the door to the washing machine open after every wash to let it Dry & never had mould, despite always washing at 30 degrees & using liquid detergent :-)
damn it missed this again!
rimz79016th Dec

damn it missed this again!


Just ordered
Waitrose sell it Half Price at £2.50 per 875ml if you add it to your myWaitroseCard will be -20% so in total £2 for 875ml OR 25 WASHES.. IT MEANS 8p per Wash
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