I usually love my Aldi products, and this powder was fine when it came to washing my clothes; however, I got a pretty bad rash all over my arms. I have never reacted this bad to a washing powder, and I don't have sensitive skin.
I cant believe how useless this rubbish brand is.
It must have been while Coronavirus lockdown was on, my partner took me to Aldi and I bought some of this garbage. I honestly thought I had picked up "Biozet" a proven Brand. I dont wear my glasses all the time but when i did the first load of washing, it was dirtier than before I washed it. After two or three loads I picked up the bottle believing I got a bad batch of Biozet, looking for a contact to complain? Then I discovered it was Trimat Advanced??? I have done three loads now and have binned it, and have to go get a real Laundry Liquid for my Front Loader today and see if I can get the "washed in" grime and dirt from my clothes.
If it ain't broke, why fix it?
After reading the Choice review, I switched to Aldi Trimat Advanced Sensitive powder for my top loader. It was brilliant, fresh clean washing every time. Then they recently reformulated, now the powder doesn't dissolve in the dispenser, leaving a large pumice stone like chunk in the tray. Very dissapointing. If you have similar prblems, please let Aldi know, because they claim to not know of any other complaints.
Not suitable for Frontloader
Terrible, left residue in the drawer, used the sensitive one, and threw it in the bin, had bought another box of regular, which i used in my old Frontloader.... Lets see if this works in the new Elektrolux... Very disappointed. Scored top by Choice for toploaders, silly me, i have a Frontloader... Not suitable, even if it says so, hope it did not destroy the premixing spray of the machine
Purchased in July 2019 for A$4.99.
cant believe Choice could be so wrong with their review
never have I had alergies to anything..
Dont know what is in this powder, but I have rashes and blemishes all over my body...
It doesnt clean work clothes at all -
Has no accompanying fresh smell
In the bin it goes after using it four times
Good reputation - bad outcome
I bought this because of the recommendation by Choice and its very reasonable price. I was expecting a good result from using it in my front loader.
Don't get me wrong - it washes well, despite me using half of the very large scoop for a full load, probably as well as a big-name brand.
I didn't like the fragrance - no big deal.
BUT today I have re-washed two weeks' worth of clothes, sheets, towels: the works!
I thought I had hives, scabies, eczema, perhaps all at the same time, until I finally twigged.
I am massively allergic to it. No ot...
This washing powder is more expensive then the one i usually use and only purchased it because the one i usually use was out of stock. I was very disappointed as it didnt wash the clothes properly and left marks and stains. It also left my clothes smelling awful and i threw it away due to the smell it left. Will never use this product again
Rave reviews and recommendations disappoint
I normally only buy a particular brand of washing powder or liquid but had heard so much good recommendations about Aldi Trimat liquid and power so decided to try both.
The liquid seemed ok to use but noticed didn't have the in wash stain removal i normally get in wash and had no particular clean fragrance or smell which is a personal peference that I'm use to with Omo.Tried the powder and immediately noticed how big the scoop of powder is and what's recommended per wash.I found for the first time ever my clothes were hard and wrinkled on dry...
Questions & Answers
Is Aldi Trimat Laundry powder suitable for use on our garden after the washing is finished. That is, are the phosphate levels low enough so as to not damage plants? If not, can you recommend laundry powder that is safe to recycle in the garden ? Thank you, in anticipation.
Bought Trinat, frontloader has cajed up residue, tipped a full box of sensitive out, now going to bin the rest, not sutable for frontloader
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