Probably the worst housework chore to do is washing up. The greasy, dirty water. The “lemon” scented dishwashing liquid that loses its cleaning ability after washing a few items. Just yuk.
Thankfully, Palmolive have come up with two scented dishwashing liquids in Divine Blends Vanilla and Berries and Violet and Apple Blossom. The layered fragrances fill your house with the most gorgeous smell. It actually makes washing dishes a pleasant experience.
Of course, the scented blends don’t lessen the quality of Palmolive dishwashing liquid. It is as good, if not better than other dish washing liquids at leaving your dishes sparkling clean.
One of the biggest and dirtiest things we use is our Le Chasseur cast iron grill pan. It is fantastic at cooking meat but all the fat and burnt bits get left on the grill pan and it isn’t pretty. I tested out the Palmolive Divine Blends on the grill pan on Friday night and it came up really clean. I didn’t have to scrub it like I usually do. Yay!
I will definitely buy the Palmolive Divine Blends dish washing liquid from now on. The grease cutting action and the multilayer scent is a winner for me.
To celebrate the launch of the Palmolive Divine Blends dish washing range, Palmolive are giving away a $1000 Freedom voucher and 30 Divine Blends prize packs.
To be in the running to win, simply upload a photo to Instagram sharing your own divine blends moment. For example, it could be the blend of colours in your outfit or your favourite smoothie blend. Get creative!
Finally, hashtag your entry with #PalmoliveDivineBlends and you’ll be in the running to win!
The competition is being run from 14th September – 25th October, 2014. For more information and terms and conditions, visit www.palmolivedivineblends.com.au
My entry for the Instagram competition would be the beautiful divine blend of colours in a rainbow rose. How gorgeous are they?
What divine blends moment are you going to post on Instagram to be in the running to win a $1000 Freedom voucher or one of 30 Divine Blends packs?
#This is a sponsored post for Palmolive and Digital Parents Collective