We are heading into the school half term and we have all survived – well done to us all!
For many of us, it has probably been a bit manic, stressful at times and not to mention a tough challenge to get back into a routine after so many weeks off. However, if your little ones are like my two, their nice shiny new uniform is looking less than shiny now.
Even though Kayleigh and Ethan are in year 4 & 5 now at school, we still have days where they come home with items which they have no idea what they have spilt down them. Usually, it is yoghurt which has dried on however it has been other things such as pen, paint etc.
Do not worry though, there are a few products on the market which will bring the uniform back to life ready to go for the next term at the fraction of the cost to replace the items.
ACE has a great range of stain removers which are great for colours or whites and help remove those stains and bring clothes back to life. With all their products you can use them either pre-wash or in the machine depending on how stained the clothing is. Making them perfect for the dried on stains after school!
I’ve been using the ACE stain remover in the spray bottle to target the individual stains that are not too big. This foams on contact and gets to work immediately making it perfect for those odd yoghurt stains!
For general washes, I use the ACE everyday colours as you can simply pop a capful in the machine with the wash and it brings them out squeaky clean. The great thing with this is it also smells nice too. No strong cleaning smell comes out on your clothes however they do come out lovely and shiny.
I would love to be able to tell you as the kids get older, the washing gets easier… However, it doesn’t! In fact, it has just got worse for my two! To save yourself a lot of stress and effort, make sure you stock some ACE in your cupboard ready for the next wash!
This post is an entry for the BritMums #ACEforSchool Challenge, sponsored by ACE. Get help for all kinds of stains with the ACE Stain Helper. http://www.acecleanuk.co.uk/ or to buy head to your local Tesco’s, Morrison’s, Waitrose or Sainsbury’s.
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