Who uses Ecover..

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  1. zebrastripes

    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    My mother and I reached a deal: she'll chuck out her cupboard full of bathroom and kitchen cleaning napalm if I buy the Ecover :lol:

    Just wondered,who uses it nd is it good-also.where'd you get it
     
  2. Bee

    Bee Well-Known Member

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    My mum does and she uses loads of things - I have seen the kitchen cleaner and some other stuff (can't remember :lol:)

    It seems good - I might try the washing powder

    Oh and I have seen it in Tesco and Sainsburys
     
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    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    Good :think: I'll have to pop up at lunch tomorrow
     
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    Nic'n'Keeley Well-Known Member

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    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    It's a brand of environmentally friendly washing powder,cleaning spray,etc :D
     
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    Nic'n'Keeley Well-Known Member

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    Cool let us know if its any good :)
     
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    clarey Well-Known Member

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    Tescos have a good range, also their own brand eco stuff. I use the washing up liquid, spray cleaner, toilet duck and non bio washing powder and conditioner. I have found they are all good, especially the washing up liquid, but the clothes washing things dont smell as nice as other brands - clean but not scented so much.
    I also use soda crystals dissolved in warm water for doing floors and tiles which is really good and v cheap!
    I reckon its gotta be better than the chemical stuff anyway....
     
  8. Bee

    Bee Well-Known Member

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    The Nature range at Tesco? or to that effect :lol:

    I have the non bio washing powder and fabric softener and I like them
     
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    jenni32 Well-Known Member

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    I use Ecover for everything except clothes washing, use Fairy for that. Have always found Ecover fine, not really a heavy duty cleaner but certainly smells better than lots of strong stuff . I like the Ecover washing up liquid for the baby's bottles, very mild.
     
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    purple13 Well-Known Member

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    i use ecover for everything, inc clothes washing - it gets OHs cricket gear clean, so i can't ask much more of it :wink: i just add a bit of vanish powder if i'm washing anything truly filthy.

    i also use wash balls (you can get them from lakeland plastics); they last a ridiculous amount of washes and they're fab, especially for things that aren't actually 'dirty' like towels, socks, jumpers...

    oh, and i make my own cleaning stuff out of white vinegar, lemon juice & baking soda - shifts far more than expensive products from the shops!
     
  11. paradysso

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    i love ecover too...... but if u buy from internet like www.ecotopia.co.uk they have the proffesional range which is alot more cheaper and stronger then the normal range. smells alot nicer too. they all need to be diluted down, but its about 20ml to 5 litre so will lasts years.

    i run an eco friendly cleaning company, and this is the only brand we use, and occasionaly bio-d for washing the cloth's.

    heres the full range they do...

    http://ecotopia.co.uk/index.jsp?cName=b ... &mnu=1
     
  12. zebrastripes

    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    Great,thanks for that! :cheer:

    I bought some at tesco's today,I made my mum throw out her Febreeze and the rest of the CS gas :lol: It was hard,but she was strong and got through it :rotfl:
     
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    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    they do make cleaning a little harder, but the nice fresh smell without any crappy chemicals makes up for it. and u dont need to wear yucky rubber gloves
     

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