Saturday, 26 October 2013

Dettol Laundry Cleanser Review

DETTOL Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser

Last week I was sent some Dettol Laundry Cleanser to Review, from Markettiers4dc (Some of you may be aware, that i work with them alot, reviewing products for Brands that they work with). I was very exsited to be sent this to review, because Leo often Soil's his kickers and it can become very stressful not just for him, but also for me, having to keep up with the washing.
Before I heard about this, I had not thought about the little germs that are going to be in my washing machine, and speading on other items of clothing.

However now I can use a product that will kill 99.99% of germs, even on a wash lower than 60 degree's.

Add Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser to your wash to kill 99.9% of bacteria, for hygienically clean laundry even at low temperatures. It works even at 15 degrees to get rid of the bacteria that survive and can be transmitted within the wash when you wash at low temperatures.
Just add a couple of caps to the fabric softener drawer to guarantee hygienically clean laundry, every time.
Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser is available in Fresh Cotton and Soothing Lavender light fragrances.
Dermatologically tested.

Managing bacteria on children’s clothes

Today, 96% of mums do their household laundry on a 40°C wash. However, washing below 60°C means bacteria can survive and transfer between garments in the wash.
Children�... Children’s clothes and bedding pick up bacteria during everyday ‘germy’ moments – from exposure to coughs and sniffles in the playground, to toilet mishaps and bed wetting - yet 65% of mums say they wash their children’s laundry together with their regular family wash. Recent laboratory tests found that toddlers’ pants, children’s bed sheets, PE shorts and school jumpers all contained traces of faecal matter after low-temperature washing in household washing machines.
The tests ... The tests also highlighted that school uniform and clothes worn by pre-school toddlers washed at 40°C harboured average levels of bacteria that were similar to unwashed, dirty items.
Whilst  un... Whilst underclothes, sheets and items worn close to the skin are most likely to be contaminated with pathogens, outerwear such as jumpers and blazers are most likely to harbour bacteria build-up which cannot be removed by low-temperature washing using a detergent alone.

Here are some tips to help make sure your family wash is as hygienically clean as possible:

  • Family towels and flannels can be a breeding ground for bacteria so wash regularly and try not to share. Perhaps let the children choose their own colour or design?
  • When washing at temperatures below 60°C add a laundry disinfectant to your wash to offer added protection against potentially harmful pathogens and bacteria
  • If you wash childrens’ clothes along with your regular household wash, adding a laundry disinfectant such as Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser can help to minimise the risk of cross-contamination
  • If a member of the family or your child is unwell, try to wash their clothes and bedding separately with a laundry disinfectant to minimise the risk of spreading any infection
  • To keep your washing machine free from germs, put it on a 90°C cycle once a month to give it a spring clean, and leave the door open after every use to prevent it from becoming a breeding ground for bacteria
Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser kills 99.9% of bacteria even at low temperatures.

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