WOW Fairy Liquid 2.5L ONLY £2.99 @ B&M
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WOW Fairy Liquid 2.5L ONLY £2.99 @ B&M

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Found 13th Jan 2016
1L= £1.95
2.5L = £2.99

P&G Professional liquid detergent for pre-soaking, washing up and efficient removal of grease & food residues from tableware, pots & pans and kitchen utensils. Effective for up to 225 large sinks of washing up and also suitable for other surfaces such as windows, mirrors, tables & seating.
Ingredients
15-30% Anionic surfactants; 5-15% Non-ionic surfactants; Phenoxyethanol, Methylisothiazolinone, Perfumes.
Features & Benefits
Up to 50% longer lasting than next best selling brand
Recommended for professional use
Lifts grease and food residues easily
Warnings
Like any household detergent, keep away from children.
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£2.95 farm foods
Great price. You'll have arms like Popeye by the time this runs out.
Aldi wash liquid beat this in Which magazine testing. Thats only 89 pence
Not bad. I paid £1 from poundshop.com last month
bigworlds

Aldi wash liquid beat this in Which magazine testing. Thats only 89 pence



89p for what size please
good find op, heat added
Same price in The Range
Very watery I doubt there's any real saving unless you use something crazy like a pippet to put a few drops in your washing up.

Still a massive bottle, so voted hot. I'm not bashing original op, just saying.
Morning fresh is good in poundland too, 2 bottles for quid when there extra in bottle like 50% extra free or something.
Thanks OP, ordered 100 bottles.
Mum2ConnornCerys

Morning fresh is good in poundland too, 2 bottles for quid when there … Morning fresh is good in poundland too, 2 bottles for quid when there extra in bottle like 50% extra free or something.



​its not. it's very, very watery.
I tried it.
I'm currently using Aldi 69p and its owesome
Mum2ConnornCerys

Morning fresh is good in poundland too, 2 bottles for quid when there … Morning fresh is good in poundland too, 2 bottles for quid when there extra in bottle like 50% extra free or something.



​its not. it's very, very watery.
I tried it.
I'm currently using Aldi 69p and its awesome
sofiasar

​its not. it's very, very watery. I tried it.I'm currently using Aldi 69p … ​its not. it's very, very watery. I tried it.I'm currently using Aldi 69p and its owesome



Aldi's liquid really is the best!
MonkeysUncle

Very watery I doubt there's any real saving unless you use something … Very watery I doubt there's any real saving unless you use something crazy like a pippet to put a few drops in your washing up.Still a massive bottle, so voted hot. I'm not bashing original op, just saying.



You are absolutely spot on. The formula used to be thicker. One bottle would last me couple of months! The current formula is comparatively watery.
Went to my local but they had been cleaned out. Sods law!




I'll get my coat...
Monaco Blue

Aldi's liquid really is the best!


may be its just me, similar size bottle of Fairy lasts twice as long
I've bought larger bottles of Fairy before from shops such as Home Bargains & they always seem weaker than the smaller ones that you get from say ASDA.
I'm currently using Deepio Liquid & think that it's Bob on.

Edited by: "petethemeat76" 13th Jan 2016
I bought it 3 days ago was thinking of posting it here but its spanish made and quality is no way near local made. I have been filling water bottles to give it away to friends n family to get rid of it
It feels like they filled 1 lit fairy n topped up with water
Not voting either way but it was the worst purchase i made this year
bigworlds

Aldi wash liquid beat this in Which magazine testing. That's only 89 pence


Magnum Premium?

aldi.co.uk/en/…id/

http://i.imgur.com/SjTs4LH.jpg

dailymail.co.uk/new…tml

Aldi Magnum Premium washing-up liquid topped the charts with a final … Aldi Magnum Premium washing-up liquid topped the charts with a final score of 89 per cent, one per cent higher than the score Fairy Platinum Original received.Researchers found that the Aldi washing up liquid cost 79p, and washed 14,873 plates per £1 of the product, and washed 2,350 plates per 100ml.Whereas, Fairy Platinum Original costs £1.70, and washes just 5,069 plates per £1 and 2,250 plates per 100 ml of the product.A Which? spokesman said: 'We first tested washing up liquid in 1959 and this year we've put 13 washing- up liquids from supermarkets and major brands to the test and found Aldi's Magnum Premium washing-up liquid performed the best, with a score of 89 per cent.'It was also great value for money at 79p for 500ml.'Fairy Platinum was a close second, with a score of 88 per cent, but was more expensive at £1.70 for 383ml.'Aldi and Fairy washed a similar numbers of greasy plates per 100ml, but Aldi's Magnum Premium washed nearly three times as many plates per £1 spent.

Certainly NOT the Fairy quality we are used to. Won't use this again.
stopped using Fairy years ago, when they started conning us with watery cheap stuff and I discovered Aldi do a better one through which
flamethrower

may be its just me, similar size bottle of Fairy lasts twice as long



​The aldi original ( green stuff) got the which best buy, has done so for last 2/3 years, we switched to it and its been spot on, I'm not sure on all the other coloured ones at aldi , but I don't think they are the same quality, as they would also have a good housekeeping or which badge on them
This is professional fairy, more like a prewash soap. The best one is original and platinum even better. Try this just to dip the dishes. I bought this for 2.59 in 99p stores. I'd rather use it to wash the car or clean the carpet or as a general detergent.
This is the weak stuff guys. Standard fairy has 15-30% anionic surfactant. This is only 5-15% hence why its watery.
Stick to original thick fairy.
Jasondavid

This is the weak stuff guys. Standard fairy has 15-30% anionic … This is the weak stuff guys. Standard fairy has 15-30% anionic surfactant. This is only 5-15% hence why its watery.Stick to original thick fairy.



Description says:

Ingredients
15-30% Anionic surfactants;
EDIT:
I never realised these were some what weaker
The Fairy Original are available in the 2.5L packs, would love to find them again @ a decent price


Edited by: "Smosekum" 14th Jan 2016
madhu007

This is professional fairy, more like a prewash soap. The best one is … This is professional fairy, more like a prewash soap. The best one is original and platinum even better. Try this just to dip the dishes. I bought this for 2.59 in 99p stores. I'd rather use it to wash the car or clean the carpet or as a general detergent.



It's not a good idea to wash a car with dishwashing detergent. It may remove the protective wax.
WOW
Perfect for this...

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Farmfoods 2.95 and if you use one of their vouchers like 2.50 off 25 you can make it cost 2.66 - so this is very cold posted deal
thank you
Already posted
jjav

​The aldi original ( green stuff) got the which best buy, has done so for … ​The aldi original ( green stuff) got the which best buy, has done so for last 2/3 years, we switched to it and its been spot on, I'm not sure on all the other coloured ones at aldi , but I don't think they are the same quality, as they would also have a good housekeeping or which badge on them



Is it possible that Which has not reviewed these yet?
bigworlds

Aldi wash liquid beat this in Which magazine testing. Thats only 89 pence


We bought the larger 1L Aldi Magnum original bottle the other day which came out even cheaper - I think it was 99p for 1L - not 100% sure.
I bought this when it was posted as a deal before the time before. It's watered down. I also have supermarket fairy original large bottles and I decant in to a baby bottle by my sink. I'm mixing it to get some use out of it. I shan't buy it again at any price, washing up is boring enough without adding watered down unpredictable soap to it.
bigworlds

Aldi wash liquid beat this in Which magazine testing. Thats only 89 pence


To thin Aldis
Stick profesional on the lable and put it in a big bottle then watch it fly off the shelves. Clever marketing from P&G lol
Voted cold for the WOW
seems a fairy good deal to me
Saw this in the Range other day, won't bother getting some now I've seen what's been posted.
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