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I dont mind using any of the above brands that you mention, but find that some of the cheaper brands, such as those sold by Aldi to be false economy, as they need far more liquid per dose to achieve similar results as the main brands, and even then the results in breaking down any solid matter are never as good.
Its often true of the old addage that you only get what you pay for, and its never worth compromising any warantee on your cassette toilet by using anything other than the recommended fluid.
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Quote: Originally posted by Whatamess on 12/11/2013
A lot of people use cheap clothes washing liquid from Tesco's or somewhere. Can't remember whether it's bio or non-bio though.
I've used a few different toilet fluids and haven't seen a difference between them to be honest.
Not liking the revolting smell of "Blue stuff" (worst than the contents)I have always used Lidls Bio washing liquid, loads cheaper than the other stuff, gets rid of limescale and after rinsing you have a far cleaner cassette
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I still can't see any reason for not simply using plain water in the flush tank. Maybe its a psychological thing with people wanting to see coloured water in the toilet flush. Still if it makes people feel better its their money to flush down the toilet.
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