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Your Favourite Lakeland Product

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Metrobaby Tue 18-Jan-05 08:18:31

Browsing through their catalogue there seems to be so many good things in there. However I must resist all temptations to buy everything. So tell me, fellow veteran Lakelander customers, what is the product you have bought from there that is a must have ?

Hausfrau Tue 18-Jan-05 08:20:49

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Tommy Tue 18-Jan-05 09:06:59

The 100 cookie cutters are great - every size and shape you can imagine and several that you wouldn't...

Tetley Tue 18-Jan-05 09:07:23

The washball - not very exciting but saves me a fortune in washing powder (& is environmentally friendly too!)

Davros Tue 18-Jan-05 09:19:52

Rubber broom, washing basket with handles, ring-pull opener thingy

Carameli Tue 18-Jan-05 10:22:08

tetley is the washball good, I have often wondered about getting one of those.

nm Tue 18-Jan-05 10:24:29


redsky Tue 18-Jan-05 10:25:06

I love the drawer organiser thingies - keeps knicker drawers tidy. Anyone tried the things to keep socks together in the wash - Icurrently have 17 unmatched socks!

Tetley Tue 18-Jan-05 11:03:04

Carameli - yes the washball is great! I was the same as you - wondering if it was any good!

It's not that great if stuff is really dirty - I tend to use powder then. But for general day-to-day washing & bedding, towels etc it's great.

ks Tue 18-Jan-05 11:10:33

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hester Tue 18-Jan-05 11:11:37

Munchy seeds

hester Tue 18-Jan-05 11:11:40

Munchy seeds

ks Tue 18-Jan-05 11:11:41

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hester Tue 18-Jan-05 11:12:12

Munchy seeds - so good they named them twice!

BubblesDeVere Tue 18-Jan-05 11:13:01

Ks here you go Washball

Tetley Tue 18-Jan-05 11:13:22

washball here!

Tetley Tue 18-Jan-05 11:13:54

Ah - beaten to it!!!

BubblesDeVere Tue 18-Jan-05 11:18:23

Sorry tetley

milge Tue 18-Jan-05 11:19:32

Tinfoil and cling film - far, far superior to supermarket stuff - much thicker, just fab. Lasts for months. You do need to get over the shock of paying £14 for tinfoil though, but it is really worth it.

suzywong Tue 18-Jan-05 11:27:40

I can't open that link, but am I right in thinking the washballs are the balls you put in the washer with a lot less detergent?

HunkerMunker Tue 18-Jan-05 11:29:20

Lock n lock boxes. I love them.

jangly Tue 18-Jan-05 11:38:56

pickobag Quick and easy when making sandwiches! No boxes to fiddle with, just hang it in kitchen and pull bags off.

jangly Tue 18-Jan-05 11:42:43

And this for slicing home made bread. Evenslice

bettys Tue 18-Jan-05 11:44:35

Ice lolly maker - indispensable for summer or when they're a bit poorly & need something to suck on

Kayleigh Tue 18-Jan-05 11:52:48

I use the burger maker. Evenly sized perfectly shaped burgers every time. Brilliant.

And the microwave egg poacher is excellant too.

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