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Household essentials

Persil increases pack sizes but not prices

Persil increases the pack sizes for its washing capsules – and claims its prices won’t go up. Which laundry detergent gives you the most washes for your money?

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10 household products with price tags that you won’t believe

From a £299 hair dryer to a TV that probably cost more than your car, here's our roundup of 10 products with ridiculous price tags. Are any of them worth it?

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Is washing powder better than laundry liquid?

Spotted Which?'s expert on Channel 4? We’ve tested washing powders for over 50 years to find the best for your laundry, plus bio vs non bio detergent tips.

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Which? cleaning products should you buy at your supermarket?

Save money on cleaning products with Which? research: we reveal the high laundry detergent prices to avoid, plus how to find the best supermarket offers.

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Can you wash up in cold water? Washing-up myths busted

Which? washing-up liquid tests reveal the best washing-up liquids - from Fairy, Persil, Ecover, Tesco and more – and solves washing-up myths.

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Ikea to sell only LED light bulbs

Ikea will sell only LED light bulbs by September 2015. Find the best light bulbs from our independent tests of LEDs, halogens and other energy saving bulbs.

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Wimbledon 2015 and washing powder

Wimbledon wouldn't be the same without the all white dress code - and your white clothes might not stay white if you don't buy a good washing powder.

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Don’t pay full price for branded dishwasher tablets

Which? reveals why you shouldn't pay full price for branded dishwasher tablets - they’re available for £6 or less for a third of the year at major supermarkets.

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Eight everyday products that are getting smaller

We reveal the big name brands that are shrinking without an equal drop in weight.

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Best cheap AA and AAA batteries revealed by Which? tests

Which? tests reveal the best and worst AA and AAA disposable batteries, plus a cheap-to-run alternative.

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