Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and many of us will be umming and ahhing about which of our fancy outfits to wear. But what if disaster strikes and you find your nicest dress, shirt, leggings or pair of trousers marred by pesky stains?
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If ever there was a time to make sure your bed sheets are as soft, silky and smooth as possible, it’s Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re spending the day with the one you love or wanting to show yourself a little TLC at the most romantic time of the year, here are five top tips to help you soften your sheets this Valentine’s Day.
Tumble dryers can be a real timesaver when it comes to getting your laundry done. That being said, it’s important to make sure they get the TLC they deserve so they can do their job properly. Part of that TLC is understanding how the different parts of your tumble dryer work and how to maintain them – and tumble dryer filters are not a part you want to overlook!Read more
The football season has arrived, and so has the time to don your country’s colours to show your support – whether on your couch or during a friendly game at the park. But, no matter who you’re supporting in the upcoming games, there’s one thing we can all agree on, and that’s that we want our football shirts to survive the season until the final match.
We all need to wash and dry our laundry, but it’s common knowledge that this task isn’t necessarily the most eco-friendly of household chores. Fortunately, the Ecoegg range is here to knock down your energy expenditure, your electricity bill and your laundry drying time. Now that’s what we call a hat trick!
There’s no getting away from it, germs are everywhere – from your kitchen surfaces and floors to your computer’s keyboard at work. Your laundry and washing machine are no different, in fact, it has been suggested the average washing machine load can contain as much as 100 million E.Coli bacteria at any given time. [source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2050239/How-washing-machines-familys-health-risk-Low-temperatures-mixed-loads-spreading-dangerous-bugs.html]Read more