Method Laundry Detergent 24p a wash

1 July 2010

Method Laundry Detergent 1 Today I went to the launch of a new laundry detergent. Yes it is all glamour when working on the Play Pennies team! The detergent is a new, highly concentrated product, which we've mentioned once HERE when they were giving a free sample away.

Method Laundry Detergent has a recommended retail price of £5.99. For that you get 25 washes. When it appears on the shelves of the supermarkets you'll undoubtedly find it priced lower than that. However even at that price it works out to 24p a wash, which is pretty good.

It's highly concentrated. Also the bottle is about the same size as one of those small bottles of soda pop. But, and I must stress this, it isn't all sludgy like other liquid detergents. I found that out at the demonstration when I pushed the spray nozzle and a stream of the soap shot across the room narrowly missing a very nicely dressed young lady. I was mortified!

But the story does illustrate one of the three things about this detergent that I liked. It has a pump spray - four squirts into the drawer. No fiddly caps etc. Second, it is eco-friendly and non-toxic. And third, there's a little red dot in the bottom of the bottle that you can align the spray nozzle with to make sure you get every last drop out of it.Method Laundry Detergent 2

The only thing I can't comment on is it's cleaning abilities. I'm going to give it a try at home, and will let you know how it fares in a month!

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  • Rob
    I stick to Wikinsons 2 in 1 colour liqitabs. Ten of them for £1.70 or something with built in conditioner.
  • Lynley O.
    Oh yes there are definitely cheaper washes to be had out there than 24p a load. However it will work out to be 19p a load when it goes on sale at Tesco. So that's only 2p more, and you get an eco friendly detergent too. I'm not at all keen on conditioner myself so that's not a saving for me. I will be looking closely at how the detergent is on the clothes. They claim that using it won't need conditioner. Or stain remover - you squirt directly on the stain and you can watch it disappear. We'll see! The proof, as they say, is in the pudding!

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