Thursday, 17 October 2019

Bring winter clothes back to life with Ace for Colours Powder! **AD**

Hey readers,

We now have said goodbye to summer for this year anyway and we are in the middle of autumn. 

So, now for me would be a good time to think about my winter clothing and getting prepared for when the winter season arrives.

  I have tested out Ace for Colours Powder to help give some of my less colourful items a bit more oomph. 



A little bit about Ace colour powder.

* ACE makes life easy with the never-ending school laundry pile by gently removing stains.

*ACE keeps garments bright, robust and clean meaning clothes last for longer. 

* Keep colours bright and fresh with ACE for Colours Powder. 

* ACE for Colours Powder comes in a fully recyclable Tetra Pak.

* Use ACE in your daily wash to keep clothes looking fresher for longer. 

* Call to action: Pick up the ACE product range including ACE for Colours Powder st the nearest Morrison's store or buy online on Amazon. 





Here are some tips to help get you ready with your winter wardrobe. 

1. Rotate. 

Now I am putting away the lighter items such as shorter legging, sandals, and short pyjamas and swapping over to my warmer clothing for winter.

 I like to revolve my clothing depending on the seasons. This gives me a chance to refresh my mind of what my winter items are as I have not seen them for a long time and then you forget how much clothing you have. 

2. Ace for Colours Powder. 

 A tip would be to get some of the duller clothed items and use Ace for Colours Powder to give a reinvigorate your clothes.

 Ace for Colours Powder helps remove tough stains and bring coloured garments back to life. A wash will blow off some cobwebs as like my winter items have been stored away for six months in a dark cubicle. 

Nothing feels good when you get your clothes washed and hung up in the wardrobe all ready for winter. 
I love a jumper to keep me cosy in the winter.

3. Comfort first.

For me when thinking about my winter wardrope it is all about comfort and having soft materials. 

I love fluffy socks, fleecy PJs and long cotton coats to keep me warm when it is wet and cold. 

Nothing bits cosy jumpers and giving them life with Ace Colours Powder to make them soft and remove stains is an added bonus. 


All about comfort. 

4. Dye. 

Now, I am quite conscious of what I am buying and not buying new clothing. Therefore a good way to make old clothes feel new is to simply dye them with a different colour. 

It will give that new factor to it and you don't need to buy new clothing win-win. 

5. Sell.

 When sorting out your clothing and changing the summer items over to winter items a good idea is to sieve items you don't really want.

 A great thing to do to earn a few quid is to sell them to someone else that will home them, therefore being more environmentally friendly all round. 

6. Charity shops. 

If you want to buy clothing for the winter then instead fo heading for the fast-fashion check out the local charity shops.

 You will be amazed at the range of quality items they have in charity shops and it saves you money so your purse is happy. 

ACE for Colours Powder.

So I tried out the ACE for Colours Powder and washed some of my favourite winter items.

 Below is my lovely thick and warm winter coat. I love this coat. It did have some stains but found the ACE for Colours Powder helped get rid of the stains and also helped bring back the washed-out colour of the coat so it feels brand new with it's a bright colour. 




What tips do you have to help get your wardrobe reading for the winter? Love to hear your comments in the section below. 



Cheers for reading X

'This post is an entry for the BritMums #ACEWinterRefresh Challenge, sponsored by ACE for Colours Powder, Get help for all kinds of stains with the Ace Stain Helper http://www.acecleanuk.co.uk/
and pick up the range at your nearest Morrison's store or buy online on Amazon'.




3 comments:

  1. I am not familiar with this product, after your recommendation I will give it a try #thatfridaylinky@_karendennis

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  2. We've taken this challenge too & I've used this with all the winter clothes & Christmas jim jams we've got out so far - fab smell too #ThatFridayLinky

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  3. Here's to cosy comfort! Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part

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