Shoppers praise £2.50 washing-up liquid which could shave £100s of energy bills

Energy bills are on the rise this winter in the UK.

With that in mind, Brits up and down the country will be finding ways to keep costs down.

Now shoppers are over the moon with a new washing-up liquid formula which lets you wash dishes in cold water.

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On the label of the new washing-up liquid by Fairy, it reads: "New. Brilliant in cold. Save energy."

Some people reckon the formula could help them save hundreds a year in heating bills.

Taking to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, one shopper shared a picture of the new Christmas version.

She wrote: "Fairy brought out a new liquid which can be used in cool water to save people running the hot tap with the extreme energy prices… I suppose every little helps."

According to Manchester Evening News, shoppers can buy the non-festive scented version of Fairy's cold water washing-up liquid in Wilko stores.

Prices start at £2.50, while an 870ml bottle of the Christmas version costs £2.79 in B&M or £3 in Tesco.

Some Brits weren't too sure about washing plates in cold water as they feared it wouldn't be comfortable.

However, other people were fans as one said: "It's a great idea! Just sad times that energy costs so much people have to wash in cold water these days to save a little off their bills."

Another commented: "Wow, thank you for sharing this. I have two young babies so often forget to wash up leaving the water to go cold. Will definitely be trying a bottle of this! Every little helps."

A Fairy spokesperson said: "Our upgraded formula delivers a fast activating clean from start to finish, designed to clean quickly even in cooler water temperatures.

"With Fairy's new formula, you can wash in cooler temperatures and still get a brilliant clean."

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