I used to use Persil, then discovered Fairy non bio for my babies and Ariel for me was much better but a little bit more expensive. Liquids are great for washing coloured clothing and powder for whites. Used to use Daz powder for my whites but since having kids with their sensitive eczema prone skin I’ve stopped. This is just my pinion though and I think it’s all trial and error as everyone is different. Although please only use non-bio for babies and fabric conditioners, if necessary, that’s is suitable for babies soft skin.
I think you have mistaken, it was the 54 washes version of Ariel with Tesco Clubcard for £6.30, because I bought them last week.
That's liquid. Can it be used for clothes as well
No persil. :( Don't like the smell of Ariel and Fairy doesn't clean my work clothes properly. Never tried bold, but sounds like it has added fabric conditioner which is a no for me.
Congratulations!! It’s £6.30 (I think) for the 70 wash liquid in Tesco (y)
I was talking about the washing powder you were using not your machine btw. Whatever you prefer is fine though. I just don't think capsules are economical in comparison, plus having to use an antibacterial disinfectant. (y)
Let's agree to disagree here. I add a washing disinfectant, so they are definitely "properly" cleaned
Then it's not washing/rinsing your clothes properly.
I find most of the washing powders leave residue on clothes, so not a fan. I clean my washing machine separately
I've a 10.5kg one and definitely do need 2. Although I now use washing powder as it cleans the washing machine of bacteria that liquid can't.