Monday, 16 September 2013

Byotrol Hygiene Revolution giveaway

You may remember a couple of weeks ago I wrote a post reviewing some products that are part of the Byotrol Hygiene Revolution.
For those of you that didn't get a chance to read that post, let me explain to you a little bit about Byotrol and the Hygiene Revolution. The Hygiene Revolution itself has been borne from claims of others in the hygiene/cleaning industry. Their belief is that the products containing Byotrol technology are the only products around on the market that effectively kill and protect from unwanted germs for up to 24 hours.

Byotrol technology is unique, it is able to kill and protect from 99.9% of germs by creating an invisible barrier which continues to prevent germs from beginining to settle on newly cleaned surfaces. However that isn't the only thing it can do, Byotrol can also help reduce the transmission of infections like swine flu and Norovirus, being a mum I find this a huge plus point as you want to do everything in your power to stop your children from becoming ill.

Now listen up lovely readers, Hygiene Revolution have kindly allow me to giveaway a months supply of Byotrol products to FIVE people and all you need to do to have a chance of winning is fill out the rafflecopter form below.



This competition is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59pm on the 6th October 2013.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck

xxxx


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121 comments:

  1. Clear the tops before wiping makes things much quicker I find!

    Simple but true.

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  2. My top tip is to keep on top of it!

    @ashlallan

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  3. My top top is do a little everyday that way it doesn't build up.

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  4. Clearing the tops and wiping morning and evening helps.

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  5. sqwwze some lemon in the kitchen sink to make it all clean and shiny and helps the kitchen to smell fresh and clean too :)

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  6. I have a quick tidy every time I put the kettle on - that way it stays nice and clean x

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  7. To do little & often, alternating 10 minutes of cleaning with 10 minutes of something I enjoy!

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  8. Keep it up - dust every few days and it won't build up and you won't be embarrassed if some unexpected visitors turn up!

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  9. Plenty of elbow grease.

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  10. vinegar for mirrors and windows..

    also get a cleaner.. the best cleaning advice i ever took and I've never regretted it.

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  11. My top tip is a bit boring. Do a little each day so you never have loads to do. Something that took me a while to realise but better late than never :)

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  12. i put vinegar in a spray bottle with water and washing up liquid and use for cleaning windows and glass surfaces

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  13. always wipe of dust with a dry cloth before using any wet cleaners like polish that way your not smearing the dust around the surface

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  14. for a microwave - put a half of lemon in it and put it on for a while - it cleans and smells nice

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  15. pledge multisurface on a tv that's got chemical or water stains!.. (NO OTHER POLISH).. the pledge multisurface one seems to clean without leaving any spots or smears on my TV, and it removed hundreds of watermarks that I'd been trying to remove for about 6 months.

    Try on a small inconspicuous area first!

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  16. water & vinegar to clean windows

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  17. clean as you go! doesn't seem to become such a mammouth task then! lol xxxx

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  18. If unsure how to clean something - ASK or it could be costly.

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  19. Hoover the kitchen top, gets rid of crumbs before you spray and wipe.

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  20. White vinegar is great for cleaning!

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  21. white vinegar - great for a wide range of jobs x

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  22. Use microfibre cloths instead of dusters.

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  23. Water & microfiber cloth for cleaning windows.

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  24. Keep surfaces as free of clutter as possible and then it is easy to keep clean.

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  25. Clean little and often.

    @rachiegr

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  26. Get my hubby to do it, I wish! but seriously I keep on top of the cleaning so it not such a daunting task, and I recently invested in a steam mop which is a god send.

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  27. Pam Francis Gregory16 September 2013 at 20:07

    Put some clean litter in bin to stop it smelling

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  28. I deodorise kitchen tops with white vinegar and also put it in the washer as a substitute for fabric conditioner.

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  29. Use slices of lemon to wipe round taps and get rid of limescale, and any unused pop in a G&T!

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  30. Polish those windows with old crumpled newspaper - brings out a glorious shine!

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  31. lemon juice and salt is good for cleaning taps leave a for a few mins and clean it up rub it and it comes up shinning

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  32. Ecloths are fantastic on glass and save hours of polishing time

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  33. Don't let it build up, clean up as you go along

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  34. I love those disposable wipes - so much more hygienic.

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  35. clean as you go, it gets the house clean faster

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  36. pour a tiny drip of lavender oil in the hoover filter & it blows out a lovely smell!

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  37. Use cheap toothbrushes to clean all around the bottom of taps

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  38. Use anti bacterial wipes. They are more hygienic than reusable cloths.

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  39. Put things away as soon as you've finished with them. It saves so much picking up!

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  40. Leave it long enough and the other half will do it! Or put coke down the toilet and helps dissolve the scale

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  41. Let someone else do the cleaning whilt you have a relaxing bath

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  42. White vinegar and bicarb can clean almost anything

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  43. keep on top of it especially the toilet

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  44. Keep everything in its place and don't let clutter take over, then its far easier to keep it clean too.

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  45. Instead of buying expensive stain removers,I've found rubbing a bit of antibacterial soap on the stain,then leaving for 10 minutes before washing removes the stain just as well as the expensive removers

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  46. do a little each day, then it wont seem like such a chore

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  47. Little and often to keep germs away and keep cleaning simple and not a mammoth task :)

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  48. A little bit of Cif Cream cleaner works wonders on a stainless steel cooker splashback.

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  49. do a little every day so it doesnt build up :)

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  50. microfibre cloths are ideal for dusting

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  51. keep on top of it by cleaning up as you go along

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  52. Use white vinegar for perfect finish (no limescale!)
    @DorotheeComp

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  53. clean as it needs it to keep on top of it.

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  54. Get the whole family doing their bit, learn as they grow, lighten the load for everyone

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  55. don't leave the washing up till the morning

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  56. try to do a little each day to make your weekly task much easier

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  57. Get into a quick morning and evening routine (no more than 15 minutes a day!)

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  58. Focus, focus, focus! Instead of dreading it focus on how much you can do in 'x' amount of time and stick to your time limits :)

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  59. Do something each day so its not a mountainous task in one day

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  60. vinegar in your washing machine to clean it

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  61. Cut up old t-shirts to use as rags instead of just throwing them away...they make great duster cloths.

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  62. A little WD40 is great for getting rid of stains like tea on work tops or scuff marks from shoes on floors

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  63. Use baby oil for a streak free shine on all stainless steel, works a treat on cooker hoods etc

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  64. White vinegar - brilliant!!

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  65. Don't leave everything for a one day.

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  66. use newspaper to shine your windows after cleaning them :-)

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  67. Little and often to keep on top of things

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  68. play some music! make cleaning fun :-)

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  69. baking soda and lemon juice mixed in to a paste cleans everything!

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  70. Get everyone involved - it only takes 10 mins that way!

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  71. put music on and have a dance makes it fun and the time go quick

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  72. bicarbonate of soda with warm water removes stubborn stains in cups. Lemon juice in water makes a natural disinfectant

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  73. Clean up after yourself that way it stays clean for those unexpected visitors

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  74. Little and often, 30 minutes a day will keep the cobwebs away.

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  75. Do a little each day, set a timer and see how much you can get done in 10 minutes

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  76. When trying to clean fiddly places like around taps use an old toothbrush - it gets into fiddly places easily and cleans well.

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  77. use sandpaper on toilet limescale stains

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  78. Clean up spills as soon as they happen as it is much easier than when they have dried on.

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  79. Make up a rota with daily, weekly and monthly tasks. Keep to that and you will whizz through the work

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  80. To keep your Kitchen clean and tidy, don't let your husband go in there :)

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  81. get someone else to do it lol

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  82. Little & often with plenty of elbow grease. White vinegar with bicarb of soda is a great oven cleaner

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  83. Polish glass until dry with a microfibre cloth for streak free mirrors!!! :)

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  84. Keep old tshirts to use as polishing rags.

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  85. guests coming round ran out of toilet freshner,use a little smelly bath /shower gel pour into toilet water and flushmakes it smell nice

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  86. Try not to make any mess in the first place, and then clean often, while it's still easy to wipe off :)

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  87. Do a bit every day

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  88. Don't let it get too messy and get the kids to help

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  89. The best tip I can offer is try to do a little everyday, silly little things like wiping the kitchen worktops and vacuuming the floors makes a huge difference! Another top tip is to tidy up as you go along, so you're not left with a massive mess at the end of every week!

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  90. Top Tip = Get the Hubby to do it! - Fiona McGlone

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  91. Keep on top of it and pull in all available resources

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  92. Do little and often not all at once!

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  93. My Top tip For cleaning, after the one and only good piece of advice my mother ever gave to me was, always wipe down your windows and big mirrors with scrunched up newspaper after youve cleaned them!Makes them ultra shiny and streak free!!X

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