It’s Monday (well, it was when I started this post!), and in my house that means it’s laundry day (again). With kids the laundry never really stops, and I do various loads throughout the week, but a typical laundry day that means five plus loads – more or less depending on how many emergency loads I have done through the week. Luckily, I am well stocked on laundry supplies thanks to P&G.
Summer days mean that my laundry piles are filled with shorts, t-shirts and, of course, lots of bathing suits and towels. Hello summer. And like summer our laundry is filled with a rainbow of colors. Light, bright, bold colors and a lot of pink. (For both my girls and for myself.) Colors and fabrics that need to be protected as well as cleaned.
As the mom of two girls, hand-me-downs are a way of life. That means I spend a great deal of time caring for our laundry: removing stains while preserving clothing. To keep my girls’ looking bright and beautiful in well-loved clothing that looks as good as new I use the same combination of laundry care that my mom used on my sister and my clothing – Tide, Downy and Bounce.
The familiar scent of Tide and Downy transports me back to my childhood. And I love knowing that I am caring for our laundry today the same way mom always cared for our laundry when I was girl.
A soft t-shirt + cool shorts + summer sandals is my winning wardrobe combo. And Tide + Downy + Bounce is my winning laundry day combo to care for our summer essentials. Just like a great outfit, these laundry essentials just work better together.
If you want to keep your summer fashions bright and colorful, try my winning combo: Tide to get our clothes clean, Downy to soften and leave our clothes smelling fresh and Bounce to make sure we don’t have that static cling. Each product works great on its own, and together they are even better.
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*vs. leading value detergent alone