Miele UltraPhase 1, 2-Component Detergent for Whites and Coloured Items, 1150438


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Weight: 1.6 kg
Dimensions: 2.54 x 1.03 x 0.9 cm; 1.6 Kilograms
Brand: Miele
Part: 10803630
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No

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12 Responses

  1. terrimclean says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersGreat no more dirty powder drawers and wondering if I have put enough powder in!! Brilliant invention is the Miele Twin Dos system!

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersGreat no more dirty powder drawers and wondering if I have put enough powder in!! Brilliant invention is the Miele Twin Dos system!

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 6 From Our Usersincredibly quick delivery, washes well in my Miele. Washing loads with these canisters is a joy. Pop clothes in the Miele, press the detergent switch, and away it goes. Seems a hefty price but well worth it.

  4. Clemmie3116 says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 6 From Our Usersincredibly quick delivery, washes well in my Miele. Washing loads with these canisters is a joy. Pop clothes in the Miele, press the detergent switch, and away it goes. Seems a hefty price but well worth it.

  5. Albert Bassili says:

     United Kingdom

    errific delivery and all perfect
    the best products for your machine

    edit-these are the best and last 40 washes so are brilliant value…..

  6. Jerry Beilinson says:

     United Kingdom

    errific delivery and all perfect
    the best products for your machine

    edit-these are the best and last 40 washes so are brilliant value…..

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I really like the Miele Ultra Phase 1 and 2. It’s easy to install in the Twin Dos compatible Miele washing machine and use. In addition the laundry smells really fresh and clean.

  8. TonjaCousens says:

     United Kingdom

    I really like the Miele Ultra Phase 1 and 2. It’s easy to install in the Twin Dos compatible Miele washing machine and use. In addition the laundry smells really fresh and clean.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersI think I have to write a review as I read how expensive people find the twin dos detergent.

    I used the cheapest Lidl colour detergent FORMIL in the big purple box as it was recommended for cloth nappies. It cleans very well and smells well. Our clothes are dirty or else I don’t wash them just for the sake of it.

    Now I used a prewash and main wash (1 full scoop each). Plus soda crystals from Home bargains for 79p for 1kg bag.
    I also used the non bio formil and the exotic bio formil too. Plus liguid wool/silk detergent. Astonish stain remover. Not all at the same time of course. Some tea towels and pillowcases are washed twice at 90C as I don’t like the rancid smell and look that develops overtime on our bedding mainly due to remnants of oil from our skin. I want my laundry to be clean like new.

    The fact that all measurements are for 4-5kg machine means that you have to increase the detergent for a 6.5kg machine and for a 9kg about double it. It suits the detergent selllers to use a 4-5 kg machine to measure the content of detergent as they can increase the amount of washes on the packaging!!! How many still own a 4-5 kg machine and if they still work so well I would love to know which brand they are.. So the Formil that has 60 washes, last me for 20 loads/washes for our old Siemens 6.5 kg machine. Don’t mention the time to go and buy it plus all the rest of the 50 shopping trip, spillages of detergent to wipe and hoover, the time to load the washing machine with clothes, detergent and the liguid fabric conditioner to smell, read, decide, buy.

    We are talking of a family of 5 and a mountain of clothes to be washed more or less daily. Plus the time and money spent to drive and shop to Home bargains and Lidl. (I used to buy Aldi’s liguid colour detergent, but can’t smell the same smell anymore!!!). Plus buying the delicates liguid detergent from Morrisons for 1.60, now 1.70, elsewhere it costs extortionate amounts of money.

    Considering all the above: time, money, petrol, electricity, tiredness, extra work, thought, planning and effort.

    Money wise alone I spent on the whole more than what the twin dos cost to run, not considering as mentioned the petrol, time, effort and electricity.

    I wonder how many of us calculate how much it costs to wash their clothes or how much it costs to wear clean clothes and sleep on a truly clean bed.

  10. LloydSimonson says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersI think I have to write a review as I read how expensive people find the twin dos detergent.

    I used the cheapest Lidl colour detergent FORMIL in the big purple box as it was recommended for cloth nappies. It cleans very well and smells well. Our clothes are dirty or else I don’t wash them just for the sake of it.

    Now I used a prewash and main wash (1 full scoop each). Plus soda crystals from Home bargains for 79p for 1kg bag.
    I also used the non bio formil and the exotic bio formil too. Plus liguid wool/silk detergent. Astonish stain remover. Not all at the same time of course. Some tea towels and pillowcases are washed twice at 90C as I don’t like the rancid smell and look that develops overtime on our bedding mainly due to remnants of oil from our skin. I want my laundry to be clean like new.

    The fact that all measurements are for 4-5kg machine means that you have to increase the detergent for a 6.5kg machine and for a 9kg about double it. It suits the detergent selllers to use a 4-5 kg machine to measure the content of detergent as they can increase the amount of washes on the packaging!!! How many still own a 4-5 kg machine and if they still work so well I would love to know which brand they are.. So the Formil that has 60 washes, last me for 20 loads/washes for our old Siemens 6.5 kg machine. Don’t mention the time to go and buy it plus all the rest of the 50 shopping trip, spillages of detergent to wipe and hoover, the time to load the washing machine with clothes, detergent and the liguid fabric conditioner to smell, read, decide, buy.

    We are talking of a family of 5 and a mountain of clothes to be washed more or less daily. Plus the time and money spent to drive and shop to Home bargains and Lidl. (I used to buy Aldi’s liguid colour detergent, but can’t smell the same smell anymore!!!). Plus buying the delicates liguid detergent from Morrisons for 1.60, now 1.70, elsewhere it costs extortionate amounts of money.

    Considering all the above: time, money, petrol, electricity, tiredness, extra work, thought, planning and effort.

    Money wise alone I spent on the whole more than what the twin dos cost to run, not considering as mentioned the petrol, time, effort and electricity.

    I wonder how many of us calculate how much it costs to wash their clothes or how much it costs to wear clean clothes and sleep on a truly clean bed.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This product was just what I wanted. Its washing detergent for my washing machine.

  12. Will Nicol says:

     United Kingdom

    This product was just what I wanted. Its washing detergent for my washing machine.

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