Sterilizing Fluid

Does anyone know where I can get hold of own brand sterilizing fluid?

I have been looking for ages and have only been able to find Milton. All the usual places (supermarkets, etc) no longer seem to stock their own and Milton is just too expensive.

Can anybody help? Thanks in advance. :D
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  • shortdog
    shortdog Posts: 322 Forumite
    Our local pharmacy does an "own-brand" type steriliser, although, I think it's tablets as opposed to fluid? Not sure, haven't paid that much attention to it, TBH! Might be worth a look though.
  • iammumtoone
    iammumtoone Posts: 6,377
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    It there any reason why you need the fluid rather than the tablets? Tesco do their own version of the tablets.
  • dizziblonde
    dizziblonde Posts: 4,276
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    Tesco regularly do the milton tabs on 3 for 2 - we stock up then.
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  • Sequeena
    Sequeena Posts: 4,728 Forumite
    I bought it in morrisons and home bargains mostly then switched to the tablets you can dissolve in water.
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  • chanie
    chanie Posts: 3,315
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    Asda has its own brand of sterilizing tablets.
  • shop-to-drop
    shop-to-drop Posts: 4,340 Forumite
    I've found this too. Tesco no longer seem to have there own brand only expensive milton. Found inexpensive brand at local chemist though. Good luck with your search.
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  • Pharmacies usually do a cheaper version for around £1 as said above. I would definitely try these.
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  • pogofish
    pogofish Posts: 10,852
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    ASDA do this but Poundland stopped their version, which was very good value and another cheap store that does large bottles is Home Bargains.
  • onlyroz
    onlyroz Posts: 17,661
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    Haven't bought it in years but I know Wilko used to sell it. Also the tablets are very good.
  • Sainsbury do their own brand liquid. I use it all the time. Its in their Little ones range:D:D
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