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Blast Concentrated

Blast Concentrated Questions & Answers

4.9 from 39 reviews

7 questions from our users

Kevin

Kevinasked

Where has this product gone from our supermarket shelves?
Who is still selling it?
This is the best of the best; others are just an expensive alternative!
Kevin

3 answers
midge
midge

They do not make it any more. Here is the response I received.
"We are really sorry not to be making this product any more, unfortunately when both Woolworths and Coles decided to remove Blast to sell their own brands it made it unviable to continue making it. We don't have any stock left at all I am sorry."

RJR
RJR

I'd suggest you try another Natures Organics product Kevin - from the Earth Choice range. More bubbles than Blast and much less concentrated, but still much better than the top selling commercial brands.

RT_One_Zer0
RT_One_Zer0

Earth Choice dishwashing liquid is rubbish. The Choice Consumer Review rates it the lowest with some claiming it "less effective than warm water".


Denise

Deniseasked

Who now sells blast?

No answers

Helen Giannaula

Helen Giannaulaasked

I’ve been using blast for years now and love it.. I can’t find it even at IGA, how else can I get my hands on to it, pls any help?

No answers

Marg

Margasked

Where is the nearest store that I can purchase Blast? It is the best detergent I have ever used and Coles and Woolies no longer stock it. Is there anywhere in 2480 postcode area still selling this great product?

1 answer
Annie
Annie

My post code is 2850 and after phoning the Blast people they told me that Blast is only available at IGA stores. My is 1 hour away so I rang them and asked them to order me 12 bottles which they did. The codes are: Blue 339454, Orange 385343 Pink (my favourite 339488, Yellow 339462.
Good luck Annie


Carolyn Stevens

Carolyn Stevensasked

Can anyone tell me where I can buy Blast,I used to buy it in Woolworths but cant get it now?

5 answers
DEEDEE
DEEDEE

Try asking your local IGA, i'm waiting to see if mine can get it. Also apparently on-line but i haven't found on that doesn't cost a fortune to send.
I hope this helps

Alison D
Alison D

Carolyn, i am also devastated that i can't find Blast in Woolworths or Coles anymore. i did find a wholesaler on line but i can't remember their name and i asked for 10 bottles but i haven't heard back from them. isn't it just the best dishwashing liquid around? glad to hear someone else shares my view. from alison

Jeanette
Jeanette

I am having the same trouble in Darwin aswell, Blast is awesome has anyone found it yet I am willing to buy in bulk even ? coles and woollies both have now stopped selling here and we don't have an IGA !
Jeanette from Darwin


dewsbu

dewsbuasked

There was no 'Blast on shelves at Woolworths East Maitland. where else can we buy it?
It is the best and most economical.
Dewsbu

3 answers
Cathay
Cathay

Oh that's no good because I have only ever seen at Woolworths stores. I'll go to the product website and ask a question as to whereelse it can be bought. I'll check out the company that makes the product tomorrow and get back to you.

brian
brian

You could try franklins or try google on the internet

brian
brian

You could also try the reject shop


Margaretor

Margaretorasked

Where can I buy the 2.5 litre blast dishwashing liquid in Perth? woolworths did have but has gone now

3 answers
Cathay
Cathay

Oh that's a good one I have never bought a 2.5 litre bottle, only a 600ml. Best you call the supplier listed on the label and they will let you know. Hope this helps.

brian
brian

Not sure though why would you want to buy some much in 1 go when sometimes the nozzle plays up

merlintoby
merlintoby

I used to buy this 2.5 bottle because i used it for everything from walls to shower to cleaning my husbands really dirty work cloths. I is good for everything. Loved i t and like everything that is good Woolworths eventually drops it. I now shop at the smaller super markets because of this reason. Good luck finding it.


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