SHOPPERS are racing to Iceland for a fabric conditioner that works out at 5p a wash.
With the cost-of-living crisis wreaking havoc on Britain’s purses, keeping the cost of chores down is at the forefront of everyone’s minds.
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But one shopper has unearthed a laundry bargain in Iceland that means they can have their clothes smelling fresh for less.
Hollie Mears picked up a “mega pack” of Lenor Spring Awakening Fabric Conditioner.
Priced at £5.50 and containing 112 washes worth of liquid, using it will set you back just 5p a pop.
The standard retail price of the big bottle is £7.50.
Hollie took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to alert other shoppers about the deal.
People were quick to say that Lenor’s signature fragrance “smells amazing” and is “one of their favourites”.
Others noted that the huge bottle is cheaper in Iceland than at Costco and Farmfoods.
“Lenor Spring Awakening Fabric Conditioner makes you feel good in all of your fabrics with Lenor’s best ever freshness and plant-based softness,” laundry bosses said.
“Providing long-lasting freshness for up to one week, heavenly softness and easy ironing.
“Breathe-in the fresh spring scent inspired by classical chypre clean notes and refreshing Bergamot. Lenor’s iconic fragrance.
“The bottle is made from 100% recycled plastics and can be recycled again.
“Use in combination with Bold detergent and Lenor in-wash scent boosters for a deep clean and matching scent.”
So many are looking for other ways they can offset the cost-of-living, such as cheaper laundry detergent, cleaning products and food shops.
But you might also be able to bag direct cash payments worth over £1,000 to cover the additional costs, depending on your circumstances.
However, it’s worth noting that not all of the one-off payments are available UK-wide.
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