I don't know about Spring cleaning, but I am certainly Autumn cleaning. Our house is full to the brim and I need to get it organised better. I am a complete hoarder, and have stacks of baby clothes that I need to do something with. That is why when I heard of the Dettol Baby Blanket Donation, I thought it was a great idea. I can part with things if I know they are going to someone who needs them.
Rachel Stevens, celebrity mum of two and new ambassador of Dettol Anti-bacterial Laundry
Cleanser, launched the Dettol Baby Blanket Donation charity campaign in central London today, by donating the first blanket to the cause. It aims to promote the dangers of bacteria on blankets and highlight the shortage of baby blankets available to infants born to disadvantaged families.
You can donate a blanket via Freepost and once collected, the baby blankets will be hygienically washed with Dettol Anti-bacterial Laundry Cleanser before being re-distributed by Dettol to families in need. Dettol Anti-bacterial Laundry Cleanser has also pledged to donate £1 for every blanket collected to children’s medical research charity Sparks.
For full details on how to donate please visit www.dettol.co.uk/donate
I had not heard of the Dettol Anti Bacterial Laundry Cleanser before, but think that is a great idea. I often wash at low temperatures and think that this will help kill bacteria, especially as I am commencing potty training with little man.