And why on earth have they added a large amount of an artificial sweetener (Maltodextrin, in the middle of the ingredients, so this product contains a significant amount)? It is known to irritate + inflame the gut! What will it do to sensitive nethers not used to the harsh acids naturally found in the gut? (shock) Perhaps they hope it will cause genital irritation or thrush, and induce users to apply more of this rubbish not knowing it is responsible for the problem? (mad)
Ngl I’ve used the pink version of this on my wiener, smashing
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Dictatorships. And we always said we were democratic!
Nicky ones are softer, but they're perfumed which can irritate you where you don't want to be irritated, if you have sensitive skin. I usually get Amazon, Regina Impressions or Little Duck So Soft. EDIT: I was talking about Nicky Elite, no idea about Nicky Soft Touch which is the Sainsburys one, doesn't look perfumed though, or as good quality either though.
Not the best quality. Prepare for multiple hull breaches. We go through far more that with the 3 ply.
2 -ply, double up on the wiping! Aldi do a 3ply, 24 rolls for around £6, much better
We have a softener installed and for years, every 6 months I bought something called resin restorer at a cost of ~ £10 per 'shot'. It would clean up the resin. You could feel the difference. After a bit of reading, it appears the bulk of the resin restorer is dissolved soda crystals! So, now I will try a cup of those instead.
Waste of money. Similar to those kitchen and bathroom limescale products.
Value for money in a hard water area, because you can then use the soft water dose of detergent (1 pod instead of 2).
For those commenting on using soda crystals, how many should you use per load, and where is best to put them? In the drawer, if so, which one, or in the drum? Also, what are the other uses mentioned by a couple of ops earlier?