Win A Years Supply Of Zoflora

Win A Years Supply Of Zoflora

Living in a busy household is great, I love it when my family are around me.  One thing I do find is my house gets messier and dirtier.

I love walking into my nice clean kitchen or bathroom, but when the kids have been around I am not sure where they learnt their cleaning skills from.

One product that I always have in my home is Zoflora, it is great for all surfaces and leaves a lovely clean smell after use. I use it all over my house and even wipe down radiators in the winter as when they come on the fragrance comes out.

Zoflora Concentrated Multipurpose Disinfectant KILLS GERMS Beautifully and is scientifically proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, including the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2), whilst eliminating odours and filling spaces with beautiful fragrance for up to 24 hours.

A little goes a long way with Zoflora, with one 120ml bottle making almost 5 litres of ready to use disinfectant when diluted 1 in 40 with water (That’s almost 10 standard trigger spray refills!).

With over 30 fruity, floral and fresh perfumer developed fragrances to choose from, there’s a scent to suit every room and mood, whether you spray it, soak it, wipe it or mop it!

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The Giveaway

Zoflora, the UK’s number 1 disinfectant, has been keeping homes hygienically clean and beautifully fragrant for almost 100 years. To help bring a little magic into your cleaning routine, Zoflora is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a year’s supply of Zoflora.

You will win one year’s supply of Zoflora, equal to 50 x 120ml bottles of Zoflora in various fragrances, subject to fragrance availability (1x winner).

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Win A Years Supply Of Zoflora


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  1. My top tip is don’t waste any time, empty the dishwasher whilst the kettle boils… quickly wipe down the shower after you’ve been in there… put a washing tablet and a full load of laundry in the washing machine the night before and in the morning you just have to press start

  2. Writing a list of small cleaning jobs & ticking them off as you go makes you a lot more productive!

  3. Little and often is my cleaning tip. Don’t let dust and dirt build up and it is easier to manage

  4. Use washing up liquid straight onto any grease mark on close then rub in gently with a little cold water. Leave then put in wash as usual. Removes every time

  5. Keep a dedicated dustpan and soft brush just for carpets. Use it to pick up crumbs, easier than getting the hoover out

  6. Use lemon to make areas smell nice. Half one put it in the fridge squeeze the other half into a cup of hot water and microwave for thirty seconds to make the microwave smell nicer

  7. cleaning microwave: heat 1 cup of water in the microwave for 2-3 minutes leave door closed for a few minutes then wipe with warm soapy water

  8. I try to stick to a cleaning schedule so that the whole house gets done over the course of a week.

  9. I prefer to clean little and often so things dont pile up and then take ages to sort when I do get to it

  10. As dull as it may be, having a set routine and sticking to it is the best way to stay on top of things.

  11. Remove all unnecessary clutter, it’s much easier cleaning and dusting surfaces with fewer items around. Looks smarter too!

  12. White vinegar on windows with a minky microfibre cleaning cloth and wipe smears after with kitchen towel

  13. Clean doors with a clean mop and Zoflora (obviously in a bucket of water like you would mop the floor). Makes the job a whole lot easier and everything smells amazing.

  14. White vinegar (you can buy it in a supermarket) for windows and mirrors. Put it on to a cloth and wipe over the window. Scrunch up a sheet of newspaper and start drying/polishing. Better and cheaper that sprays you buy and a good work out for the arms!

  15. Always clean blinds from top to bottom, and never do the windowsill first or you’ll end up cleaning it twice!

  16. Dry your bathroom after showering or bathing, It is amazing how much dust gathers if you keep it damp. I find after drying it all it looks sparkling clean.
    Another little tip is to use nothing other than washing up liquid and water for cleaning your windows. works wonders.

  17. i clean little and often so it isnt overwhelming and love using products that make it seems less of a chore

  18. A drop of liquid soap into the bucket before washing the paintwork down – it helps it smell nice.

  19. Top cleaning tip is to delegate jobs to everyone in the house, train them up!

    Seriously, best tip is to wipe down the shower after every use. I live in hard water area and it’s a nightmare to clean otherwise.

  20. Little & often. I have a routine for doing something everyday which makes it not feel overwhelming.

  21. try to do other things whilst you’re waiting for one job to finish. For example clear the floor whilst you’re waiting for the sink to fill up

  22. Soak burnt pans in hot water, washing up liquid and a handful of used teabags and leave overnight

  23. Little and often for me – particularly with washing up plates and also the hob as it is much easier to clean when it’s not hardened

  24. Sometimes things just do need a good soak, you’ll save yourself a lot of stress. Also wash dishcloths to save them. And have the radio/music/podcast on to keep you going, and last but not least have a little reward for yourself when you finish i.e tea and biscuits!

  25. if you have a pan with burnt food in the bottom, put in water and fairy liquid and heat on a stove and watch it dissolve

  26. I set my mind to jobs that need to be done by priority and I work them in with my daily chores. If I do even one or two extra jobs a day like this I find I can stay on top of everything.

  27. Nobody ;eaves a room without taking something with them that belongs in the room you’re going to e.g taking a cup from the living room with you into the kitchen

  28. Wiping the shower down with a towel after use to stop timescale. Also, regularly putting bleach down the toilet and leaving it for a while before flushing.

  29. Lay parchment paper across the top of kitchen cabinets….. no more cleaning off the grease up there…… just change the paper!

  30. Keep on top of it so that it doesn’t get out of control. Top tip though is to wipe the top of radiators with your favourite zoflora so that the room smells amazing when the heating comes on

  31. Keep clutter off surfaces as much as possible so you don’t have to keep moving stuff to clean under it. Drawers and baskets help.

  32. Setup an Instagram for your home. Once you realise every photo needs to look immaculate, you’re much more motivated to stop it getting messy in the first place! It’s worked for me!

  33. I try to clean as I go along. But, Every Sunday night, I do ask the family to all spend an hour going through the house doing a few jobs. Even the little ones have to help.

  34. Never move from one room to another without taking something that needs to be cleaned up or put away.

  35. Do a cleaning job every day to keep on top of it and always have some music on. It makes the time go faster.

  36. Keep on top of the basics each day then you don’t have to spend hours once a week catching up with it all.

  37. Write lists a of what needs to be done, also get the satisfaction of seeing the list shrink

  38. Write a list – it can be reused (as, as we all know cleaning never ends…) and ticking the things off is very motivating!

  39. My top tip is to put some good music on while cleaning… It motivates me to get it done quicker x

  40. Cut up a lemon and put it in a bowl of water, microwave it for a few minutes and the muck on the microwave will just wipe off and smell lovey and fresh

  41. Soak the dishes if you won’t be able to wash it straight away and try to use only one plate/bowl while prepping and cooking.

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