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Stardrops..I have seen the light!

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  • 1sttimer_2
    1sttimer_2 Posts: 728 Forumite
    My daughter used to work as a cleaner during the hols and one lady insisted on this but my daughter didn't like it!

    Have seen it around quite a lot so will try this for myself as she doesn't do much cleaning at home :rolleyes:
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  • mcoletta
    mcoletta Posts: 102 Forumite
    Darn people in Wilkinsons I couldn't gind Stardrops on the shelf so I went to customer services and I asked the man, and he said what is stardrops?! Is it a sweet?! He then got someone to go "look in the back" but I think he was equally confused, so I walked out with no Stardrops. Will try again tomorrow.
  • lynzpower
    lynzpower Posts: 25,311 Forumite
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    wow this sounds great!

    My granny uses it, but I never have. Sounds like a bargain to me!
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  • Anniek1969
    Anniek1969 Posts: 470 Forumite
    I've used this for years, my mum introduced me to it. I use it to clean the windows and my laminate floors as well and it's great on leather too. My husband thought I was being funny when I told him not to waste money on an upholstery cleaner for the car and use stardrops instead, he tried it and when I asked how it worked he said it's okay which means that it done the job better than the last upholstery cleaner he bought which cost him over £3.00. I paid 59p at Savers after looking in Tesco and discovering they don't sell it which really surprised me as I thought it would have been a good seller. I'm really surprised reading these boards how many people have never heard of it. Maybe they keep the costs down by not paying loads of money advertising it and just relying on word of mouth, must work if they're still going after all these years.
  • EthelBloggs
    EthelBloggs Posts: 2,740 Forumite
    I got some on wednesday in savers for 68p. Popped into my mum's on the way home and when she saw the bottle she went loopy so I decanted some for her and we split the bottle half each, lol

    Can I just say..... I'm in lurrrrrrrrrrrve with this stuff!!!!!
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  • Hi

    It cleans everything. Ran out of washing liquid and used a couple of drops instead...perfect! Also, I have to wear special hand supports which get quite grubby and soaked them last night and have come up lovely. Havent used on floors or windows yet but am sure it will be good!

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  • Wickedkitten
    Wickedkitten Posts: 1,868 Forumite
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    They didn't have any in my wikinsons either. Will have to do a search in Sainsburys.
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  • Js_Other_Half
    Js_Other_Half Posts: 3,116 Forumite
    beachbeth wrote:
    Will have to try this stuff! Does it smell horrible though? I can't stand the stuff you put in your dishwasher to clean it - it gives me a headache!

    I use a cup of cheap white vinegar to clean my dishwasher - I do it once a month, along with the washing machine. The only thing is with my dishwasher I have to wait until the machine is on the wash cycle before I add it.

    Could I use Stardrops instead?
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  • Whitefiver
    Whitefiver Posts: 688 Forumite
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    They didn't have any in my wikinsons either. Will have to do a search in Sainsburys.

    Hmm, I couldn't see any in our Sainbury's today - and I did look. Is it normally with the other cleaning fluids?

    Regards,

    White.
  • I use a cup of cheap white vinegar to clean my dishwasher - I do it once a month, along with the washing machine. The only thing is with my dishwasher I have to wait until the machine is on the wash cycle before I add it.

    Could I use Stardrops instead?
    Don't think so - vinegar is acidic and cuts through the soap buildup, SD is 'soapy' and good for dirt.
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