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    Default Is this a bargain - finish power ball lemon sparkle

    So I just bought the 40 pack for $10 which is supposed to be reduced from $27 at woollies. I have never used a dishwasher before and am moving to a house which has one so am clueless about whether this is good value. Still seems pretty expensive at 25c per wash. So am I getting a bargain or are there cheaper better ones out there?thanks in advance

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    Yep bargain.

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    Bargain.

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    Bargain! You may be able to get cheaper (I haven't looked) but finish power all are the best! I've used other brands and they don't seem to clean as well.

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    I can get 90 tabs for $18 but thats from a discount grocery shop in Melbourne. So from a supermarket I'd say yes. I would've bought 2 packs!

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    Thanks everyone. Hmm may have to stock up then. Is expensive compare to hand washing though.

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    I *think* the price may be staying like that for a while. I caught a glimpse of something on the news last night to that effect - part of the ongoing supermarket wars.

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    It isn't as your saving water. Dishwashers have bern proven to save more on water costs. You'll find your dishwashing liquid will last lobger ad you'll only have to wash things that aren't dishwasher safe!

    Trust me you'll love it!!! I hardly do dishes I just chuck it all in dishwasher! !! Sooo much easier tidying up in kitchen. I can't live without it....well I don't want to!!

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    That is so cheap! I'm going to Woolie's now after work to stock up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    It isn't as your saving water. Dishwashers have bern proven to save more on water costs. You'll find your dishwashing liquid will last lobger ad you'll only have to wash things that aren't dishwasher safe!

    Trust me you'll love it!!! I hardly do dishes I just chuck it all in dishwasher! !! Sooo much easier tidying up in kitchen. I can't live without it....well I don't want to!!
    I'm really curious about how dishwashers save water.. does anyone know the theory behind this? I've heard it a few times, but I find it hard to see why!


 

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