Persil Small & Mighty Colour Concentrated 54 Washes - £7 at ASDA
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Persil Small & Mighty Colour Concentrated 54 Washes - £7 at ASDA

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Found 9th Jun 2011
Persil Small & Mighty Colour Concentrated 54 Washes
(1.89l)
£7.00
WAS £10.19

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You can pick up the 50 wash persil powder for a fiver..

Cold!

crazylegs

You can pick up the 50 wash persil powder for a fiver..Cold!



agreed 10p per wash is a good price, maybe stretch to 11p for coloured. cold!

Original Poster

Good point price wise - but powder dont disolve properly when I use it

So, I always get liquid


£5 in Tescos.

Original Poster

crazylegs - Jun 09, 2011 11:40You can pick up the 50 wash persil powder … crazylegs - Jun 09, 2011 11:40You can pick up the 50 wash persil powder for a fiver..Cold!



Where then?

Can't find any in Tesco, Asda or Sainsbury

Original Poster

Do you mean

Persil The Original Non-Bio 50 Washes at Asda?

That's not the same product is it? Not colour

Non-bio has bleach in it - not for colours!

£5 in tesco!


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/persil-small-mighty-non-bio-1890ml-5-tesco-instore-online/952501

Non-bio is for both colours and whites. And no, it's not the same deal, but it is a better deal imho.

claire.colin

£5 in tesco!



No - £10 in Tesco. (resists urge to make sarky comment about the over use of exclamation marks on this site)

crazylegs

You can pick up the 50 wash persil powder for a fiver..Cold!



What logic do you use to compare a different product?
This is £10 in Tesco and £12 in Sainsburys.
So unless youknow of somewhere selling this for less than £7, how can this deal be cold?
This place is getting rediculous for people voting cold because they dont like something or hot because they do like something irrespective of the merits of the deal, or not comparing like for like.
I expect you could get some little child in a third-world country to take your washing down to the river and bash it on some stones - bet thats even cheaper than the £5 differnt product comparison............
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 9th Jun 2011


Calm down lad.

These products seems to swing between the £5 and £12 price marks. £7 isn't all that. It may be the current cheapest but not doubt you'll be able to stock up on some £5 / £6 bottles in a couple of weeks.

Yas

Calm down lad.These products seems to swing between the £5 and £12 price m … Calm down lad.These products seems to swing between the £5 and £12 price marks. £7 isn't all that. It may be the current cheapest but not doubt you'll be able to stock up on some £5 / £6 bottles in a couple of weeks.



Sorry - I didn't realise we were voting based on our clairvoyant ability.
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 9th Jun 2011

Banned

Yas

Calm down lad.These products seems to swing between the £5 and £12 price m … Calm down lad.These products seems to swing between the £5 and £12 price marks. £7 isn't all that. It may be the current cheapest but not doubt you'll be able to stock up on some £5 / £6 bottles in a couple of weeks.


So right! I paid £5 only last month for the 85 wash version

hotukdeals.com/dea…301

And for those of us who don't live near Warrington and possess a time machine............
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 9th Jun 2011

Banned

dvdvicar

And for those of us who don't live near Warrington and possess a time … And for those of us who don't live near Warrington and possess a time machine............


learn some manners and stop being so impatient and you'll get the 85 wash ones back again soon for £5-£7

its only washing liquid FFS lol

Well for a start, I fail to see where my manners are lacking?
Secondly, it has sweet FA to do with

its only washing liquid FFS

.
It is the senseless voting rationale used by some.

Original Poster

Sheesh - what a lot if irrelevant banter

Asda Slough and High Wycombe have never had the 85 wash bottles - I have looked everytime there is a deal on here

Just because some of u choose use non-bio for colours - it has BLEACH in it so will bleach the colours out with continued use

My deal is for Persil Colour - I have run out of wash liquid now - it is on offer in ASDA, it is the cheapest price around - therefore a deal

-56 is stupid

Everyone who voted cold is abusing the vote system on this site because a deal is a deal whether you like it or not

And if you don't like it - go away and buy ur non-bio and leave this thread alone
Edited by: "nicojo" 9th Jun 2011

nicojo

Just because u use non-bio for colours - it has bleach in it so will … Just because u use non-bio for colours - it has bleach in it so will bleach the colours out with continued use



Don't know where you're getting this "bleach" thing from. They both have bleach. In fact, the only difference between Bio and Non-Bio is that the Bio has enzymes. The Non-Bio is kinder to skin. The Bio is a bit more effective. That's all. Colours aren't bleached out any more than usual.

I suggest you give it a go. Then you can take advantage of all the Non-Bio £5/£6 offers.

Edited by: "Yas" 9th Jun 2011

Original Poster

Don't know where you're getting this "bleach" thing from. They both have … Don't know where you're getting this "bleach" thing from. They both have bleach. In fact, the only difference between Bio and Non-Bio is that the Bio has enzymes. The Non-Bio is kinder to skin. The Bio is a bit more effective. That's all. Colours aren't bleached out any more than usual.




What???

Persil colour DOESN'T have bleach
I am talking about Persil COLOUR - the item this deal is about
It has NO bleach

I never said BIO doesn't have bleach


PS I use non-bio for my whites
Edited by: "nicojo" 9th Jun 2011

dvdvicar

What logic do you use to compare a different product?This is £10 in Tesco … What logic do you use to compare a different product?This is £10 in Tesco and £12 in Sainsburys.So unless youknow of somewhere selling this for less than £7, how can this deal be cold?This place is getting rediculous for people voting cold because they dont like something or hot because they do like something irrespective of the merits of the deal, or not comparing like for like.I expect you could get some little child in a third-world country to take your washing down to the river and bash it on some stones - bet thats even cheaper than the £5 differnt product comparison............



Come back when you learn to spell and learn how to punctuate properly, only then can you tell people when and where to use exclamation marks!

Obviously with a -73 heat for this deal the majority think this is a rubbish deal too
Edited by: "crazylegs" 9th Jun 2011

Actually It's not spelling or punctuation I have a problem with - it's typing!
May I enlighten you that my comment had nothing to do with the use of an exclamation mark within the context of orthography. Merely that they seem to crop up in the strangest of places on this site - very often accompanied by the stuck-down-key syndrome. The irony in the emphasis being placed on a statement so utterly untrue was also a factor in my response.


Edited by: "dvdvicar" 9th Jun 2011

nicojo

What???Persil colour DOESN'T have bleach



Ah - my mistake. I thought ALL washing detergents had bleach (colour or not). Seems I was wrong. Apologies.

Original Poster

Thanks Yas
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