WITH the cost of living crisis putting a huge strain on many people, it seems as though more and more of us are looking to make cut-backs where possible.
Whether that means going out for fewer meals, spending less money on new clothes or saving cash on the food shop, there’s a variety of ways to shop smarter and cheaper.
If you are looking to cut costs where possible, your cleaning cupboard might be a good place to start.
TV’s Queen of Clean, best selling author and columnist Lynsey Crombie, has taken to TikTok to share her favourite own-branded cleaning products from Tesco that she swears by.
Not only are these products great, but they are super cheap too.
Lynsey uploaded her video with the caption ‘Products I would choose from Tesco own branded range coming in at £12.24 minus the wipes’.
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She said: “So, just popping into Tesco to check out some of the cleaning bargains they’ve got in store today.
“So currently in Tesco, they’ve got Lavender Dreams which smells lovely – this is a liquid laundry detergent, you get 30 washes for £1.74.
“You can also get the soap filled pads – these are really good, when I used to clean I used to use these all the time, you can get 10 for 90p, which is amazing.
“Antibacterial washing up liquid you can get for 90p, or if you want to go non-antibacterial, you’ve got this one here which is rhubarb and rose and is coming in at 49p.
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“You can also get all in one dishwasher tablets, you can get 40 of these for £4 – these are lemon as well which is amazing.
“There’s a thick lemon bleach which is coming in at 60p.
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“There’s cream cleaner which is always a good product to have in, this is coming in at just 90p, again with the lemon fragrance.
“Then we have a window and glass cleanser – this is coming in at 95p.
“And you can also get this in a refill and this is 75p.
“Thick disinfectant this is coming in at £1.30 and kills 99% of germs.
“Anti-bac multipurpose cleaner which you can use all over the house, this is an apple flavour and is 95p.
“And then if you do use wipes around the house, Tesco do do a biodegradable multi-surface wipe – these ones are degradable and are 80p.
“They also come in green, which is apple, again at 80p”.
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TikTok users loved Lynsey’s advice and her video has quickly racked up a whopping 16.1k views in just one day.
One person said: “Tesco is so much cheaper than Asda”.
Another added: “Tesco own bathroom spray smells AMAZING!!!”
A third commented: “Can’t go wrong with Tesco brands, have used it for years and my house is always clean nobody notices I use supermarket owns”.
Another user agreed: “Love own brands, I never buy the big brands anymore, absolute rip off, own brands all the way”.
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As well as this, one person even claimed: “Cheap washing up liquid false economy fairy lasts longer”.
Meanwhile, someone asked: “What are the soap pads used for?” to which Lynsey confirmed “Really good to clean the oven and oven racks”.
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