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Joseph Joseph Duo Sink Tidy - £8.99 - Free click & collect / £4.95 delivery @ Robert Dyas
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
A lovely little holder for sponge, washing up liquid bottle, and brush etc. A neat little sink tidy for those without the high life convenience of a dishwasher.

I've got a dishwasher, but I rarely use it because you need to wash the food off anyway so why bother? I use mine 2 or 3 times a month. I do like shiny glasses straight out of the dishwasher.


Ordered. Thank you


Containers to out containers in was exactly my thought.


Looks a bit useless tbh


How can you not understand tidying? If it's not in one of these it's in your sink or splashing water all over your countertops.

Grohe Ambi Two Handle Kitchen Sink Mixer tap - £65.98 @ Costco
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Looks like a good pice for the mixer tap, NBP based on ToolStation - starts from Monday. Description This GROHE Ambi Dual Level Kitchen Mixer Tap features a sleek, timeless … Read more

Finally got round to installing the tap yesterday and it seems like a decent tap. No complaints about quality


You do need to add £15 for online membership, so whilst it doesn’t always add up, it’s still a few pounds cheaper than purchasing it elsewhere. I found the next best price online to be around £86


Do I have to pay £15.00 on top to join just to buy this?


Seems to have gone up slightly to £67.99 but still an excellent deal


Great tap this - have in kitchen and plumber said one of best taps he had installed (surprised given price point). The unbranded bargain tap I got for the utility sink at half the price got described as a piece of cr*p so bought one of these last time on offer at Costco but still in loft awaiting install.

GRIFEMA Irismart, Kitchen Tap with Hand Shower, Sink Mixer, Stainless - £23.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 24th MarPosted 24th Mar
Good price (y) Switches between stream spray for targeted filling, and shower spray for thorough rinsing. A ceramic cartridge ensures a leak-free operation. Stainless steel … Read more

+ screwdriver. I had copper pipped tap so used pipe cutter, pipe saw, isolating valves, and sandpaper.


Did everyone who DIY fitted this use a Basin Wrench and 2 x adjustable spanners? What was the tool list you all used? Thanks!


good reviews and easy instructions .brought 1 tx


I bought it about a week ago, before it got the discount >.< But yeah have to agree, with above Easy to DIY, the pipes are not UK standard but it comes with adaptor so nothing to worry about. As for the flow it's reduced but it works out for me as it helps to reduce water waste so I'm all for it. Lastly it's pretty tall and you can see it flex the sink which I was worried about at the start but after using it for a while it's not bad as long as you don't try to man handle it when swiveling it around.


Got this and another spring looking mono bloc taps done as a diy last year. Relative novice but got it done. Note this is euro spec 3/8 flexi pipe but has a 1/2 to 3/8 fitting included. House has really good water pressure but did notice this had reduced the flow, unlike the other one installed that was straight 1/2 flexi pipe. Best thing about this is that the height just clears my Brita so can swivel it around and fill.

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Addis Large Rectangular Washing Up Bowl 9.5L - Made from 100% Recycled Plastic, Light Grey £2.99 Prime / £6.28 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 12th MarPosted 12th Mar
Addis Large Rectangular Washing Up Bowl 9.5L - Made from 100% Recycled Plastic, Light Grey £2.99 Prime / £6.28 Non Prime @ Amazon£2.99Amazon Deals
Just cracked my washing up bowl, thought this was a fair price delivered from Amazon Next Day with Prime for an Addis bowl to replace my old one, without having to go out for 1 Co… Read more

Coincidentally, I was in exactly the same position. Found a crack in my old bowl at breakfast time, ordered this one at 10AM and it was delivered 7PM the same day. I really can't fault that for £2.99! The down side..... The old broken bowl was also one of these that I bought in January 2020 (for the same price as it happens). The plastic is noticeably thinner than that found on a standard bowl so it is relatively fragile. I also found whilst breaking up the old bowl for recycling that the plastic was very brittle and seemed to have been affected by contact with hot water so I don't think it will give a long life. That said, a second punt for £2.99 isn't going to break the bank so it's worth another go.


(lol) Then why comment? We have a dishwasher too but wash some dishes as well


Because you can tip away dregs or rinse stuff off down the side of the bowl in to the sink.


To save on hot water.


The only time I came across these was when I was a student. The only benefit I see from using it vs using the sink which was actually made to do this job anyway, is that it keeps the water a bit warmer.

HG 481100106 Kitchen Drain 1L-Effective and Natural Sink Unblocker-for Persistent Blockages £3.60 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 27th JanPosted 27th Jan
HG 481100106 Kitchen Drain 1L-Effective and Natural Sink Unblocker-for Persistent Blockages £3.60 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon£3.60Amazon Deals
HG Kitchen drain unblocker makes quick work of persistent blockages in the sink For persistent blockages caused by fat and food remnants The natural enzymes and microbes make HG … Read more

Thank you!


Available in every poundshop in orange bottle. Caustic Soda has been been used for hundreds of years . Does not cause any damage to blocked or slow running pipe. Can corrode only if pipe empty and clean but I dont think anyone will use it when not needed( commonsense needed) . The junk automatically neutralises it. Enzymes are like biological washing liquid and may not even work for blocked or slow running drains . Caustic Soda solution can easily dissolve hair and fat which are main cause of blockages and work at any temperature. Stronger drain cleaners contain acids which are really dangerous but caustic soda as alkaline is not so corrosive if used correctly.


Can you give more details on your caustic soda solution mix? I've received advice against using it as it may damage pipes and sealants.


Will this work/ can i use this if i have a sink erator?


Ordered . Dont know if this will work so ordered only one . Caustic soda solution always works and cheaper at £1. Seems more like biological enzyme washing liquid.