Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Laundry Day with Persil ProClean PLUS a Sweepstakes


I actually love laundry day - is that crazy? As someone who works from home for half the week, I actually enjoy the routine and sense of accomplishment that comes along with laundry day; hey, there's nothing like seeing a big pile of clean, folded clothes to make you feel accomplished! 

To be honest, laundry day isn't so daunting for me; I live in a big-city condo, with a big-city condo sized closet (read: teeny tiny.) I don't have room for a lot of clothes, so the clothing that I do have has to last.  It's really important to me that the laundry detergent that I use get my pieces clean and stain-free, but also keep their shape and integrity intact. Enter Persil.  I've been using Persil ProClean and have really been able to see a difference in my clothing - specifically in the detergent's ability to tackle stains in my clothes. I also really love the scent of Persil ProClean, and find that it lasts on my clothing, which is a huge win for me! Persil ProClean is launching a HUGE sweepstakes right now, so read on to find out more.



This season, Persil is running a sweepstakes with a pretty awesome prize: a year's supply of Persil ProClean and a Premium Night Out, which includes gift cards for a fabulous outfit, dinner and transportation! The value is aprox. $844 CAD and the best part is that the sweepstakes is open to us Canadians! There's also 50 secondary prizes of one voucher for Persil ProClean products, so you can enjoy laundry day as much as I do.

The sweepstakes is running until December 26, 2016 so head on over ASAP to enter! Good luck!



What do you guys think? Do you enjoy laundry day as much as I do?  Have you entered the sweepstakes? Let me know!

xo Joëlle

Thank you Persil ProClean for sponsoring this post. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own.
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  1. I'll bet it gets coffee-spill stains out of bedsheets really well! LOL! 😉 #bloggerlife

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