Tablet or powder?
Our test found tablets far out-performed powders. The powders struggled to remove the stains you get from foods like egg yolk, starch, baked-on cheese and minced meat. But powders are usually much cheaper and you can control the dose.
Powders are good for small or lightly soiled loads; tablets are much better at cleaning heavily soiled loads and stuck-on food.
But tablets are generally more expensive than powder and because you can’t alter their dose they’re a fixed price per load. With powder you can use as much or as little as you like, especially for lighter loads or dishes that don’t require a heavy clean.