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Persil Non-Bio Washing Liquid 105 Washes 3.6L £10 @ Iceland @ Morrisons
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Persil Non-Bio Washing Liquid 105 Washes 3.6L £10 @ Iceland @ Morrisons

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Posted 19th Nov 2018Edited by:"splender"
This is 105 washes, at 10p a wash, this is cheap, special big size for Iceland as I couldn't do a supermarket compare on this size? (cheaper still when combined with Iceland Bonus Card = £9 or £9.50).

I found this in my local Iceland, where they placed this on the floor in boxes by the freezers, not where the laundry shelves are (the normal shelves stack the 40 washes Persil Bio and Non-bio powder @ £6, on offer too.)

Other supermarkets normally stock the 25, 40, 67 washes. (Waitrose is £9 for 67 washes; £6 for 40 washes.)

This weighs in about 4kg, so heavy on the wrist, you may need to rest this on the floor as you tip and pour.
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anything 10p or under is hot with me.thanks
It’s always this price at farmfoods too if you have one
Same in Morrisons on a black Friday deal
What's so special about non bio?
Anyone else finding this not washing very well?
lucas20/11/2018 10:41

Anyone else finding this not washing very well?


I just bought it, not yet try. However, you asked it is not washing as well as what? This compared to Persil Non-Bio standard pack sizes, non-bio liquid or powder ;or Persil Bio liquid or powder?
splender20/11/2018 10:47

I just bought it, not yet try. However, you asked it is not washing as …I just bought it, not yet try. However, you asked it is not washing as well as what? This compared to Persil Non-Bio standard pack sizes, non-bio liquid or powder ;or Persil Bio liquid or powder?


To the bio liquid
lucas37 m ago

To the bio liquid



Without a doubt, "bio" cleans better than "non-bio" (for some stains due to the addition of enzymic action - akin to digestion of fat and starch), this is true for all detergents when washing at lower temperatures.

If you bought this, you could try mixing in half with Bio liquid when your wash has these types of stains: starchy sauces, mechanics' oil/grease, blood, fats and fried grease.

Addendum (credit to Persil, click me, copy and pasted below):

"Bio? Non-Bio? What’s the Difference? What is biological detergent? Biological detergents contain enzymes that help break down the fatty, greasy, and starchy compounds that are found in some of the most common clothing stains such as pasta sauces, bike oil, and hamburger grease. These enzymes work to lift the stains out of fabrics, making them excellent stain removers and a very welcome addition to laundry detergents, turning stain removal into a quick and easy task.

What is non-biological laundry detergent? Non-biological detergents do not contain these enzymes. However, good non-bio detergents will still contain great built-in cleaning power that will ensure your clothing comes out of the washing machine clean and fresh.

When washing with non-bio detergents, especially when tackling particularly tough stains, you may need to use a slightly higher temperature to allow the detergent to do its job properly, but for some families, non-bio detergents can be a great option, especially if someone in the family has sensitive skin. "

The skin sensitiveness is a myth or reality? Refer to my earlier comment.
Edited by: "splender" 20th Nov 2018
I don't go to Iceland, we do have one locally, what does the 'Iceland Bonus Card' do, it looks like just a savings card, for the iceland page


'we’ll give you a £1 Bonus for every £20 you Save'


so you put £20 on it for 2 bottles then you get 2 x £1 bonus.


Is that correct? So rather than a discount card as such, it's a savings card with a bonus
stevec5914 m ago

I don't go to Iceland, we do have one locally, what does the 'Iceland …I don't go to Iceland, we do have one locally, what does the 'Iceland Bonus Card' do, it looks like just a savings card, for the iceland page'we’ll give you a £1 Bonus for every £20 you Save'so you put £20 on it for 2 bottles then you get 2 x £1 bonus.Is that correct? So rather than a discount card as such, it's a savings card with a bonus


You can click on the Iceland web site or click on threads here about Bonus Card. Simply:-

1. It is a savings card, you fill in an application form.
2. Then you get 5% extra money every time you put in £20 saving (or in smaller amounts which add up to £20).
3. On offer to end of this week, 25th, you get extra 5% a few days later for every £20 you save.
4. So you get £2 bonus total after you saved £20, immedately, your £20 becomes £21, the extra £1 comes a few days' later.

So, assuming that you registered online or use instore application form (not sure if there is a temporary bonus card for use immediately nowadays), then you put in £20 savings in there, it appears on your account as £21. You buy two bottles for £20, you have £1 left on your Bonus Card, then a few days later (29th Nov) you have another £1 appearing on your Bonus Card account.
Thanks. Can you add money to your card in store or just on line?
stevec5928 m ago

Thanks. Can you add money to your card in store or just on line?



1. Add money in store, no Iceland grocery account is needed (you have just the standalone savings account, which you can view your transactions, saving, expenditures, bonus money paid in).
2. Add money online, you need to open an Iceland grocery shopping account.
Edited by: "splender" 20th Nov 2018
Great, Thanks, I've got a card and registered it, I'll get some tomorrow.
Shame it isn't the Bio as well, never mind, be gratefull for small mercies
Home Bargains have Persil non bio and bio for under £10, just picked one up heat added
summerof7624/11/2018 15:30

Home Bargains have Persil non bio and bio for under £10, just picked one …Home Bargains have Persil non bio and bio for under £10, just picked one up heat added


Is that the same size 105 washed?
stevec597 h, 9 m ago

Is that the same size 105 washed?


Yes it was this size and I paid £9.79
Farm foods is better
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