Advantages Nice smell, does the job, cheap
One of my pet hates is washing the dishes, if I could get away with using paper plates and plastic cups I would, but I can't so I don't. That means I have to purchase washing up liquids. I tend to stock up on washing up liquid if I have a chance, it's not like I'm never going to stop having a reason to use it. My washing up liquid store currently contains this Lemon Fresh washing up liquid from Asda.
When I am preparing to wash up I squeeze a 50p piece size dollop into the bowl then start running the water. I have a tap that moves so as the water is running I swish the tap around and this makes the washing up liquid bubble up nicely. The lemon scent is also present as the water is running, it's a nice subtle scent, not overpowering in the slightest.The washing up liquid makes light work of cleaning my dishes, although only a small amount of liquid is used. When washing big food stained pots and pans I tend to leave these to soak in the water after I have finished the other dishes and it releases the stains quite easily, with of course some good old elbow grease.
The only problem I have with this washing up liquid is that it is hard to get all of the contents out, at the end of the bottle there is always a stubborn bit of liquid that refuses to leave the bottle, I don't think this is this products fault though, a lid at the bottom would be nice. I get round this problem by removing the lid and adding a touch of water.
|Value for Money||Good value|
|Do you need to use much for each clean?||The suggested amount produces best results|
|Irritable to skin?||Fine|
|Longlasting effects?||Average results|
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