21 October, 2019

Win A Bundle of ACE Cleaning Products Worth £40

Thank heaven it’s nearly half term.  Because, if you’ve kids in school, you may well have spent the last 7 weeks wrestling with bundles of school uniforms, scrubbing off mud from footie and dabbing away stains from pasta bolognese and heaven knows what else!

To help you cope with the onslaught of the next 7 weeks, I have a fabulous bundle of cleaning supplies worth £40 from ACE, the leading stain remover, to give away to one lucky winner.

This bundle will help you to get rid of everyday stains, add sparkle to your household surfaces and brighten up your wardrobe – and the best part is the products start from just £2 each.

In the bundle you’ll find:

ACE for Colours has been specially formulated to remove the toughest of stains and yet be gentle on even the most delicate clothes. You can even use it on silk, wool and cashmere.

Its 8+ system will tackle food, grease, outdoors, trapped dirt, body soils, drinks, cosmetics and vegetable oils.

ACE Colours Powder brings the power of active oxygen into the wash to remove even tough stains (such as wine, tea, coffee and fruit) and bad odours, at just 30 degrees!

ACE for Whites helps to brighten dull whites while still being gentle on delicate clothes.

ACE Power Mousse combines the might of bleach with ACE cleaning power to keep household surfaces and white laundry bright and clean.  It’s a bleach and a degreaser in one.

ACE Stain Remover is great for tackling germs, grease and stubborn stains and is suitable for use around the home and on coloured clothes.

For more information visit www.acecleanuk.co.uk or to buy head to your local Tesco’s, Morrison’s, The Range, Wilko, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s.

The giveaway

To win the bundle as outlined above, just enter via the GLEAM widget below.  The usual terms and conditions apply which you can find on my giveaways page.

The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 15th November.

Ace Cleaning Bundle Worth £40

Good luck – and don’t forget to leave your best laundry cleaning tip!

124 responses to “Win A Bundle of ACE Cleaning Products Worth £40”

  1. Dawn Samples says:

    Try to keep on top of the washing and drying because it builds up so easily x

  2. Chris hindle says:

    My best tip for whizzing through the laundry is put into sizeable loads

  3. Craig Hindle says:

    My next tip for whizzing through laundry is never let it build up

  4. Sam Parkes says:

    I have a combi washer and dryer and do the ironing after each load so that I don’t get bogged down with baskets of ironing all in one go

  5. Tee Simpson says:

    Sort them into managable loads. I find a little.often works especially in the winter when it is harder to dry clothes.

  6. Lisa Mcalley says:

    With 4 kids, one special needs and one a baby I do 2-3 loads a day. It never ends

  7. AnnaSSS says:

    Washing every second day.xxx

  8. CAROL PATRICK says:

    Don’t let piles build up as it’s depressing.

  9. Jennifer Toal says:

    Using a fast wash

  10. Sallyanne Rose says:

    i put a load on last thing at night so i can peg it out first thing in the morning, seems to avoid a back log in case of unexpected extra loads

  11. Jeanette Leighton says:

    Fill up the machine obviously don’t overfill either also make sure family members put it in the wash and not on the floor!

  12. Charlotte Hoskins says:

    Have an effective way of drying it in winter. We haven’t got a tumble dryer so I pop it in the kitchen with a little heater on for an hour so it dries quicker and I can then start the next load!

  13. Fiona Johnstone says:

    Don’t let the washing mount up. It just puts you off doing it at all. Also keep your washing machine clean. No point washing your clothes and they come out smelling not fresh.

  14. Stef Acaster says:

    My best tip is to empty the machine as soon as it’s finished and give clothes a good shake to cut down on ironing.

  15. Denise walton says:

    I try to take out of machine as soon as I can to shake and fold it helps with creases

  16. sarah parker says:

    a load a day 🙂

  17. Sarah Morris says:

    Dont leave to much to build up


    I run most washes on quick wash. Hang shirts and jumpers on hangers, most don’t need ironing.

  19. Christine Hobbs says:

    Pull out and shake the washing before hanging, fold as you get it off the line and hang when you get it in doors. Avoids a lot of ironing

  20. Jo McPherson says:

    Try and keep up with it as you go along – it’s hard work when it all builds up

  21. Joanie B says:

    iron as you need it….often you don’t need to bother

  22. ellie spider says:

    I have 3 laundry baskets – lights, darks, doesnt matters – saves time as dont need to sort things before emptying them into the wash

  23. Sylvia Paul says:

    Put your clothes on hangers as soon as they’re dry, no ironing needed x

  24. Sheri Darby says:

    Doing it regularly so that the laundry pile doesn’t get too big

  25. Hannah Lord says:

    I dont iron anything, I find that as long as you hang up shirt asap and fold directly from the tumble dryer you dont need to iron. With a family of 6 this extra time is precious

  26. Pandauk says:

    get a machine with delay start – I always put a load in before I go to bed and set it up to start in the morning so that It’s ready to be taken out once I get up.

  27. paula cheadle says:

    As soon as you got enough for a load, do it, then it won’t build up to a big pile

  28. Sally Burdin says:

    Make sure everyone else in the house knows how to do laundry so it doesn’t always have to be you.

  29. Jess McGuire says:

    Not letting things pile up is the most important thing

  30. Marie Evans says:

    I check weather nite before & if it’s going to be fine I get washing sorted & done whilst watching tv & fold ready for morning when I peg them out. I do a shorter wash if Less of that cycle so has not to waster detergent & energy.

  31. Mandy Doherty says:

    Damp rubber gloves are great for removing pet hair/fur

  32. Anthea Holloway says:

    Hang them outside on the line and the sun and wind will iron them for you!

  33. Charlotte Austin says:

    Ensure you do a empty boil wash with a washing machine descaler to keep your washing machine cleaning properly x

  34. Maria Barton says:

    Fold clothes (esp duvet covers) as soon as they come off the line. Saves ironing

  35. Tracey Hallmark says:

    Separate whites and colours then wash once I have a full load and hopefully hang outdoors in the line to dry then iron and put away once dry and aired

  36. Kirsty Taylor says:

    Keep on top of them by doing 2 loads in one afternoon to make use of the heating being on when it’s cold

  37. Elaine Skye says:

    Wash regularly to stop it piling up and I put clothes straight on hangers which minimises ironing.

  38. john prendergast says:

    try to do the washing on a sunny day so you can hang the was straight on the line to dry

  39. Kim Styles says:

    have two baskets one for colours and 1 for whites and stik all socks and undies into a pillow case

  40. James Travis says:

    Wash as soon as there is a full load to save energy and keep on top of it so it doesn’t build up

  41. Emma Byford says:

    Give the newly washed clothes a good shake before hanging up neatly to dry and almost all won’t need ironing, so saves time.

  42. Kristyn Harris says:

    Don’t let the laundry pile up! Also – Do the ironing in the bedroom and put the clothes straight back in the wardrobes after ironing.

  43. Joanne Ahmed says:

    I have 7 children so my laundry piles are insane, it requires military precision haha! My tip? Only one I have is not procrastinating – I am so guilty of that!

  44. Katie Harmer says:

    Sort them into colours, whites, delicates putting them into piles so you can put them straight into the machine as you go. It’s also good to load the tumble dryer when it is still hot, it saves on drying time, and hence, money.

  45. Mary Baldwin says:

    I just split into darks and lights to make life simpler. I then shake things out well when they come out of the wash to remove as many creases as possible and iron while still damp, They then air and get put away, hopefully by someone else.

  46. Victoria Easton says:

    Keep everything sorted out into load type, then as soon as there is enough put it on! In the summer everything is dried on the line if there is sunshine. In the winter over driers

  47. Alice Gilkes says:

    My tip is to do a bit each time so that I don’t end up with huge piles of laundry.

  48. Blondie Blondell says:

    I ensure I do a load as soon as I have a full one and not let the washing pile build up

  49. Elaine Saberi says:

    Wash with music every day makes the chore a funday

  50. Emma England says:

    Stay on top of it, try to do at least one load every day.

  51. Twirlywhirly says:

    Just go with the flow play music, sort into colours then let the cycle beginning! I put a cap full of Ace into every wash, for clean whites & my colours maintain there vibrant colours

  52. Kim Neville says:

    Keep on top of it and when clothes dry I hang up or fold in half and don’t to do much ironing as creases fall out that way

  53. Lindsay Robson says:

    Hang clothes out as soon as washing machine has stopped – saves them getting really creased and lessens ironing.

  54. Jayne Townson says:

    Keep on top of it so it doesn’t build up and always iron things as soon as they are try if needed.

  55. Alex Telford says:

    Putting the wash on is the easy bit, it’s getting it all dry that we struggle with. We got a heater airer and it has made such a difference to keeping up with the laundry. Now the battle is to get it all ironed, folded and put away! ?

  56. Rich Tyler says:

    Get some tunes on, to get motivated

  57. Jodie Green says:

    We’re a house with 8 children (including a 4 week old) and only ever do one load a day with no build up, my tip would be to use an eco wash so its low temp, low time and low cost, throw in a colour catcher, stain remover and some nice smelling detergent or unstoppables and no need to sort and do separate washes

  58. Tracy Newton says:

    I iron whilst watching my favourite box sets on Netflix

  59. Nikki Hayes says:

    Not to let the laundry pile up too much – if I leave it for a couple of days it seems to multiply by an infinite amount 😀

  60. Georgina Prince says:

    my tip is to not let a big pile establish itself lol because then i really don’t want to do it! Do it as soon as you have one load and get it ironed and put away that day! There is nothing worse than a mount of laundry to climb xx

  61. Gemma Huelin says:

    A wash load a day keeps the clothes pile at bay x

  62. Andrea Upton says:

    Wash everyday to keep on top of it and don’t bother ironing anything that doesn’t really need it

  63. Fiona Rennie says:

    To get it done as soon as you have enough for a load

  64. Julie Scattergood says:

    I do a load every day (more at the weekend when my son has sport). I like to keep on top of it.

  65. Joyce W says:

    Take clothes out of the washing machine and hang as soon as possible to reduce creasing

  66. claire griffiths says:

    keep on top of the laundry i was every few days so i dont have a huge pile of laundry

  67. Mel Pennie says:

    I do the washing everyday (if I can make a full load), and sort it by colours, things that need to be on a hotter wash, and then finally the pets stuff (which also need a good weekly wash).

  68. Katie B says:

    The easiest and quickest way to do the laundry is leave it for the boyfriend to do ?
    We always make sure that we have a full load else it’s pointless and don’t generally tumble dry!

  69. Patricia Avery says:

    Always but clothing, bedding and soft furnishings in easy care fabrics to avoid ironing. It took a few years to get rid of this chore but now my iron only comes out for one or two pairs of older curtains!

  70. Paula says:

    Put on some good music and you forget you’re even doing chores. Dance your way through the day and make it ‘fun’ x

  71. Charulatha Sanmathi C D says:

    Its an amazing gesture by ace to give away these products and cleaning products are always a blessing to get us going and keep the surrounding clean. I would love to win them.

    #goace #comping

  72. Get somebody else to do it! 😉 Seriously though, just staying on top of it by doing some (washing / drying / ironing / putting away…) each day.

  73. Carole Nott says:

    I always wait for a full load – think this is more economical

  74. Nadia Josephine says:

    I have separate baskets for lights and darks, then I only iron things when I need them. I

  75. Amanda tanner says:

    I like to do a day of washing get everything clean dryer and put away

  76. Sarah-Jane Carter says:

    have 2 seperate baskets one for whites and one for colours x

  77. Julia Kerr says:

    Do a wash load a day so you don’t have a mountain to do all at once and no space to dry it all. Have a set day for each colour so you will always have 1 weeks worth of that colour

  78. Jennifer Toal says:

    Wash on 30 and hope it’s sunny to get on the line

  79. Elizabeth Yeates says:

    Wash on a dry and windy day to get through it quicker!

  80. Ruth Harwood says:

    Sort clothes and wash on the same temp so you don’t have to think about which one to use x

  81. Caroline Hunter says:

    Put all our clothes in piles ready for washing as we go, so I don’t have to sort through everything again.

  82. Amy Wright says:

    Put everything away as soon as its dried and don’t let it pile up

  83. Bob Clark says:

    limit your categories of washing – so you need to do fewer washes

  84. Donna Loxton says:

    Get up each morning and monitor how much laundry you have to keep on top of things, I find this makes things a whole lot easier.

  85. Amanda Aspinall says:

    Get the kids to help and make sure they pull their clothes the right way out.

  86. Helen Arlow says:

    Have 2 separate baskets and never let them get full x

  87. Andrew Ricketts says:

    Do underwear and outerwear in two separate washes

  88. Rebecca Sutton says:

    do it as you go as long if it build up it looks like a really big turn off

  89. Shelley Jessup says:

    Sort into piles, I have a laundry basket with sections so if you put it straight into the correct hole then it just goes straight into the machine. I also keep individual bags for wool & cashmere.

  90. Fiona jk42 says:

    I do at least one load of laundry every day so that it doesn’t pile up.

  91. Ursula Hunt says:

    I ensure I do a load as soon as I have a full one and not let the washing pile build up

  92. Justine Meyer says:

    I wash every night and then put on the radiators taking care to fold properly to cut down on the ironing

  93. charlotte isobelle says:

    Hang them up straight and right away so the creases fall out more to save on ironing

  94. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Have a routine – towels one named day, bedding another and so on.

  95. andrea tinkler says:

    Don’t let it build up. I try to do some every day so I keep the basket empty… ish

  96. Natalie Burgess says:

    I always put in piles of different colours xx

  97. Susie Wilkinson says:

    Only iron what needs to be ironed, life’s too short for perfect bedsheets!

  98. fiona waterworth says:

    3 children and 3 adults, means we virtually run our washer full everytime, but only iron whats really needed

  99. Andrea Fletcher says:

    I wait till I have a full load and try to choose a dry day so I can peg them out.

  100. Sheena Batey says:

    Do the laundry little and often using an eco friendly machine

  101. Lorna Ledger says:

    Use good quality fabrics, fast fashion wont usually wash well, and dropping in essential oil, makes your clothes smell fab!

  102. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Black coloured white baskets – when there’s a load put it on ! Easy

  103. donna skelton says:

    keep loads sorted in advance so each load can go straight in with no having to sort it out as you put it in washer

  104. Amanda Walsh says:

    I just do 2 loads per day, 1 darks and 1 lights, keeps y family of 6 washing pile down to a minimum

  105. kris mc says:

    Just to get on with it and stop putting the laundry off 😀

  106. Suzanne Drummond says:

    love to keep everything clean I buy colour catches just incase the odd dark sock gets in with the whites

  107. Alison Johnson says:

    Keep on top of it. My son goes through 3 changes of clothes in a day 4 times a week! (work, gym, home) So I do one wash most days to keep on top of it. My son does his own ironing which is a bonus.

  108. Joanne dawkins says:

    I have 3 separate large washing baskets for colours, darks and whites and every evening i have a quick check for any rogues my kids or oh have put in them. I then spend a day each doing 1 basket – washing, drying and putting away if I can manage it. I just find it more manageable doing it like that.

  109. Ani Costa says:

    Don’t bother to iron undies 😛

  110. Anam says:

    Keeping clothes organised in 3 separate baskets – light, dark, coloured. Makes it so much easier to throw a load in

  111. Christine Lockley says:

    Sort into loads, try to wash, dry and iron on same day so its not hanging around and only iron what really needs ironing

  112. Catherine S says:

    Only iron the clothes that really need it!

  113. Caroline Tinsley says:

    I’ve got separate baskets and sort everything as soon as it’s dirty so I can easily see when there’s a full load.


    Wash on early morning. peg out if dry and then iron if needed

  115. Charlotte G says:

    I do quite a few loads during the week so it all doesn’t pile up and I have to spend my weekend doing washing

  116. Karen Barrett says:

    I wash as soon as there is a load, plus I check the weather forecast everyday so that I can get my washing pegged out

  117. Sandra Fortune says:

    I put our clothes in the washing machine and not the laundry basket ready to wash then wait till it’s full

  118. Emma Walters says:

    2 bins for lights and darks, so when its full its ready to load in the washer 🙂

  119. Solange says:

    Use a fabric softener or dryer sheet to help reduce fabric wrinkles and select the lowest dryer temperature setting possible that will still get the job done.

  120. Terrie-Ann Wright says:

    I wait on full loads, pre sort all the colours. I tend to do the laundry on my days off so that I can get through the whole basket in one day.

  121. Priscilla Stubbs says:

    I try to wait until I have a full load to save on energy

  122. Tracy Nixon says:

    Shake well before hanging and drying for less creases and easy ironing.

  123. MARIA ROGERS says:

    I do a wash most days so it does not turn into a huge mountain, also schedule one day per week for towels and bedding, buy washing tablets when they are on offer.

  124. Sandra Clarke says:

    Sort into batches re colours/temperature etc so they’re ready to load into the washer straightaway.

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