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Author:  Mr Fishy [ Thu Jan 16, 2020 11:35 pm ]
Post subject:  My move to liquid laundry detergent

After years of using washing powder, I'm making the switch to liquid :winedrinker:
And you'd think it was easy......but it isn't :crying:

The stuff comes in a 2 liter bottle and you only add 50 ml of liquid to each wash. So I had to ring up and ask for a silly little ball thingy to measure the stuff out [9n5.gif]

And then I see the bottles a bit to big for my cupboard :blink:
So I end up ordering a 750m stainless steel leak-proof bottle from ebay for £7 and a funnel. This way I can decant it :winedrinker:

Just so I can pour the stuff out into the washing machine without making a mess [1744330pz84739fis.gif]

All this cos I'm fed up with lugging home boxes of washing powder.......... :rolleyes:

Author:  Peeks [ Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:15 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: My move to liquid laundry detergent

oh dear god is this what life has come to?!!! :peekaboo: :peekaboo:

Author:  Mr Fishy [ Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: My move to liquid laundry detergent

Nearly 1600 views on this thread peeks :proud:

Author:  Dong [ Thu Apr 02, 2020 1:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: My move to liquid laundry detergent

Mr Fishy wrote:
After years of using washing powder, I'm making the switch to liquid :winedrinker:
And you'd think it was easy......but it isn't :crying:

The stuff comes in a 2 liter bottle and you only add 50 ml of liquid to each wash. So I had to ring up and ask for a silly little ball thingy to measure the stuff out [9n5.gif]

And then I see the bottles a bit to big for my cupboard :blink:
So I end up ordering a 750m stainless steel leak-proof bottle from ebay for £7 and a funnel. This way I can decant it :winedrinker:

Just so I can pour the stuff out into the washing machine without making a mess [1744330pz84739fis.gif]

All this cos I'm fed up with lugging home boxes of washing powder.......... :rolleyes:

I got a small plastic cup with lots of measurements on the side, in red, so you can make small measures of almost anything, in Wilko's. Only cost 50p.
Mrs D wanted me to use it to measure my drinks but I persuaded her that a half litre wouldn't wet the bottom of a glass.
It would solve your problem!

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