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Persil Washing Powder, 8.385 kg, Non Bio now £13 / £12.35 with S&S at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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Persil Washing Powder, 8.385 kg, Non Bio now £13 / £12.35 with S&S at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)

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Refreshed 6th Mar (Posted 1st Mar)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Gentle next to skin, tough on stains
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Approved by the British Skin Foundation and dermatologically tested
  • Helps remove stains like oil and Ribena
  • Works efficiently at lower temperatures
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Is this price per wash worth it?
Is washing powder better than gel? Are there any objective differences between the two? Many thanks kind HUKDers in the know about such things?
moh22301/03/2020 19:37

Is this price per wash worth it?


10p per wash. Decent price.
lju01/03/2020 19:43

10p per wash. Decent price.


Mysupermarket has gone which makes it more cumbersome to compare the prices so thanks.
Edited by: "moh223" 1st Mar
moh22301/03/2020 19:46

Mysupermarket has gone which makes it more cumbersome to compare the …Mysupermarket has gone which makes it more cumbersome to compare the prices so thanks.


Always look for 10p per wash for washing powder/liquid and 5p for dish washer tablets personally.
Looks like they are price matching Tesco at £13. So with subscribe and save and free delivery, Amazon are cheaper.
Bought 2
Maybe this could be posted daily.
DeafCassette01/03/2020 19:41

Is washing powder better than gel? Are there any objective differences …Is washing powder better than gel? Are there any objective differences between the two? Many thanks kind HUKDers in the know about such things?


Yeh, slight difference, one's a powder the other a gel.
DeafCassette01/03/2020 19:41

Is washing powder better than gel? Are there any objective differences …Is washing powder better than gel? Are there any objective differences between the two? Many thanks kind HUKDers in the know about such things?


It's a personal choice. I prefer gel, as there is never any residue left in the washing. Previously when I used to use powder, the dark clothes would have powdery streaks showing, also, my son has eczema, so the powder residue made it worse. I tend to use non-bio liquid /gel.
Same price in Tesco
What's the difference between non bio and bio?
themiso06/03/2020 13:13

What's the difference between non bio and bio?


The green smells yosh and this is plain
I have the capsules and my sister in law has the power and she said same. You don’t need to put any fabric conditioner in too because that’s how strong the smell is
thanks op
themiso06/03/2020 13:13

What's the difference between non bio and bio?


If you have sensitive skin use non-bio, otherwise bio is better as tougher on stains.
Mistress.of.Puppets07/03/2020 11:45

If you have sensitive skin use non-bio, otherwise bio is better as tougher …If you have sensitive skin use non-bio, otherwise bio is better as tougher on stains.


I believe bio also might wear out (natural) fabric faster
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