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Splosh Detergent
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Post# 1028777   4/2/2019 at 18:17 by Liberatordeluxe (UK)        

Has anyone tried Splosh detergent and how do they rate it compared to Ariel for example?

Have thought about trying it but currently happy with Astonish and Ecozone.





Post# 1028858 , Reply# 1   4/3/2019 at 17:07 by AquaCycle (West Yorkshire, UK)        

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I loved the Splosh powder when they did the Cotton Flower scent but find the Jasmine one smells far too strong. Washes brilliantly though.

Post# 1028859 , Reply# 2   4/3/2019 at 17:40 by Liberatordeluxe (UK)        

I will have to try it. Pretty happy with Ecozone and Tesco products mind you but always interested in trying new things.

Post# 1028953 , Reply# 3   4/4/2019 at 15:22 by Paulc (Edinburgh, Scotland)        

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Iím a big fan of Splosh products. The new powder and bio liquid have been improved greatly and out clean all the eco detergents Iíve tried over the the last few years. My little boy gets super messy at meal times and Splosh powder shifts pretty much anything, for really stubborn stains I use their stain remover. Iíve not come across a stain that combo doesnít remove. Splosh say they clean equally as well or better than the big mainstream brands.





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Post# 1028954 , Reply# 4   4/4/2019 at 15:28 by Paulc (Edinburgh, Scotland)        

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The powder scoop is tiny. You only need 10ml for an average load in soft water ( half a scoop ) or a full scoop for a large or very dirty load.

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Post# 1029179 , Reply# 5   4/7/2019 at 06:47 by AquaCycle (West Yorkshire, UK)        

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I might have to order some more just to get the tin 😂

Post# 1029257 , Reply# 6   4/8/2019 at 08:18 by Liberatordeluxe (UK)        

I'll have to try it out once I've used up the ecozone.

Post# 1029963 , Reply# 7   4/15/2019 at 16:44 by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

That is the perfect past participle for the verb splash: splish, splash, splosh, sort of like Go, Went, Gone, but more regular since only one vowel changes each time and once it is understood that splosh indicates an action in the past and does not need any modification to make it so. If only Bobby Darin had had "splosh" for his song.



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