I was recently asked if I would like to sample new Persil 2in1 with Comfort Passionflower and as I had just despaired over another chocolate-stained and mud-infested pair of shorts (how does he do it to every pair of shorts?!) I was only too happy to oblige!
Persil have combined their well-known tough cleansing power with the softness of Comfort to produce this washing liquid, and in order to demonstrate how soft, yet tough it is they are asking people all over the nation to hold Pass on the Love picnics with their children.
These teddy-bear picnics will enable the children to bring a teddy along and either swap him with another child or donate them to Oxfam (Persil's chosen charity) in order to provide other children with love and happiness synonymous with teddy bears. Of course, before you can donate or swap you really need to give teddy a good clean (as you don't know what he's been sharing with little Betty or Billy recently) and this is where Persil 2in1 comes in. They leave teddies feeling soft and clean with a delicate summer fragrance.
To launch the campaign, Jo Whiley will be holding the first ever 'Persil Pass on the Love Picnic’ at Camp Bestival on Saturday 30th July, providing a fun activity to keep the kids happy before the music gets started! At the festival children will be able to swap their newly-washed soft toys and join in on the first of this summer’s picnics. Alongside the picnic area there will be snacks, games, puppet shows and more. Take the opportunity of the entertainment to relax and unwind on giant bean bags, talk to Persil's laundry experts over a cup of tea, and even pick up a free bottle of new Persil 2in1 with Comfort for the post-festival laundry!
If you can't make it to Camp Bestival then you can hold your own Pass on the Love picnic and there are some fabulous picnic packs available through Netmums.
I was sent a free sample of Persil 2in1 with Comfort to test out. The Boy received a free bunny. Neither of us were asked to blog about this (which is just as well as The Boy's spelling is shocking) but I wanted to share this lovely summer activity with you!