Which brand can tackle the toughest stains?
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No obvious bad points.
Overall score includes:
Everyday grime (35%)
Collar & cuff stains (20%)
Olive oil (6%)
Chocolate ice cream (4%)
Baby food (4%)
Motor oil (4%)
Most products have two sets of test results – front-loader and top-loader. For this test, both the front- and top-loader were set on “normal” wash cycles — the type of wash cycle an average consumer is likely to choose to wash an everyday load.
Find out more about what our testing involves.
I tried this out after seeing the Consumer report. Previously I had considered liquid washers inferior and budget quality. To my surprise it was a wonderful cleaner of clothes, bedlinen, kitchen linen, towels etc. Doesnt have a strong perfume, which I found the 'odour removing' Dynamo did - so much so that it aggravated my hayfever. Bad stains benefit from a bit of liquid dribbled on before washing. The salesman I bought my Bosch washing machine from said to only use half the recommended amount of washing powder/liquid in the front loader, which I find works well.
Yes, I recommend this product.