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Stardrops..I have seen the light!

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  • the-mango
    the-mango Posts: 818 Forumite
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    I live in London and I've been searching for Stardrops, haven't found them yet. Have looked in Morrisons with no joy, any other suggestions?
  • pigpen
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    I can't use it.. it irritates my chest and makes me wheezy.. and I don't have any problems at all .. so you have been warned.

    I use flash spray with bleach.. for everything
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  • meg72
    meg72 Posts: 5,164 Forumite
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    Fruball wrote: »
    Yes it is called stardrops - you can use it for any cleaning, inc dishwasher and clothes in the wm - just don't use too much or the bubbles will leak out :D

    I already use this for all cleaning and washing up but haven`t tried it in the WM, How much would you recommend? Have horrible memory of using washing up liquid one time when really skint and gave the whole kitchen a bubble bath :rotfl:
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  • meg72
    meg72 Posts: 5,164 Forumite
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    Sorry meant to say for those searching for this I frequently find it in B&Ms
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  • kitschkitty
    kitschkitty Posts: 3,177 Forumite
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    I've seen it in poundland.
    A waist is a terrible thing to mind.
  • mogwai
    mogwai Posts: 1,252 Forumite
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    asdas sell it, you can get it online as well with asda

    love it, check out the stardrops threads for ideas on how to use it - i use mine in a spray 1/3 water, 1/3 stardrops and 1/3 white vinegar - brings up everything lovely and sparkly
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  • SailorSam
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    I've got Starclen in the cupboard, is that the same ?
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  • Draagonfly
    Draagonfly Posts: 69 Forumite
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    I think I've seen it on the shelf in Wi1ko's & £stretcher so may be worth looking in both of those if you've been struggling to find it :)
  • annie123
    annie123 Posts: 4,256 Forumite
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    debtmess wrote: »
    They are great however I am struggling to find them in the south east now :(
    Down to my last 3rd of a bottle

    I got a bottle last week in Wilkinsons in Penge, if you go there or any of the pound store type places seem there or in Sydenham have it.
  • meames_2
    meames_2 Posts: 747 Forumite
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    mogwai wrote: »
    asdas sell it, you can get it online as well with asda

    love it, check out the stardrops threads for ideas on how to use it - i use mine in a spray 1/3 water, 1/3 stardrops and 1/3 white vinegar - brings up everything lovely and sparkly

    I add a drop of lemon juice to it as well.

    I need to wear gloves as it irritates my skin
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