Giveaway: Win a bundle of ACE Products

*PR samples.

Hey peeps! I hope you all are having a great start to 2020. The holidays are officially over for me and it is now back to work and school for me. I enjoyed the break but I am excited to be back to my usual routine. Today, I have a fab giveaway to start the new year. I am giving awayย 2 x ACE product bundles worth ยฃ20 each for two lucky readers. The products in the bundle are pictured below. I am currently using these ACE products and I am so impressed with the quality of the products. They have changed the way I clean and do laundry.


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For those who have never heard of ACE – the leading stain brand, here is a brief message from the people behind these amazing products –

At ACE, we take a science-based approach to environmental sustainability. When it comes to doing your laundry, the most important things that reduce the impact on the environment are:

  • Washing at lower temperatures

  • Using concentrated products

  • Using the right amount of product

  • Washing with full loads


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In each bundle, the lucky winners will get –

ACE for Colours

This has been scientifically formulated to be super effective on greasy stains.


ACE Stain Remover Spray

This stain remover spray is great for tackling germs, grease and stubborn stains, ACE Stain Remover Spray is suitable for use around the home and on coloured clothes.

ACE Power Mousse

This power mousse combine the might of bleach with ACE cleaning power, the ACE Power Mousse works hard to keep household surfaces and white laundry bright and clean.


ACE for Colours Powder

This contains the same stain removal technology as ACE for Colours, but in a powder format with a fully-recyclable cardboard box.


ACE for Whites

This Specifically formulated to work better on lighter fabrics; ACE for Whites helps brighten dull whites while still being gentle on delicate clothes.


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Giveaway Rules

There are 2 bundles of these products up for grabs. Here are the rules

  1. Follow Fashion and Style Police on Instagram and Twitter.
  2. Retweet this post.
  3. Follow ACE on Twitter.
  4. Leave a comment on here sharing a cleaning tip that works great for you. It could be laundry or household. Also, please include your Twitter name in the comment.


You can also follow my Facebook page to keep up with all the giveaway posts. This giveaway will run for 2 weeks and it ends 19th January 2020 at 11pm. It is open to UK residents only. The winner will be announced and contacted on Twitter. Good luck everyone!





134 responses

  1. To clean wipeable blinds, take them down and hang them over the washing line outside.

    Using soap, water, brush, cloth and hosepipe you will find the cleaning of blinds much easier and cleaner to do in your garden.

    Also clip the blinds into place, to hold, with large pegs. Leave the blinds to drip dry before hanging back up


    • Soda crystals are a great way to clean your washing machine, just empty half of the bag into washing machine, put on a hot wash….Couple of hours later you will have a clean washing machine that smells fresh too. Soda crystals have many uses & is cheap to buy.

  2. Something I’ve been doing for years, and it really works, is putting my oven racks and grill in the bath overnight to soak in washing powder. In the morning the dirt just wipes off without any scrubbing.

  3. I always use distilled vinegar to descale my kettle.We live in a hard water area and it soon furs up.Vinegar works every time as long as you thoroughly rinse to remove any taste.

    • Instead of using tumble dryer sheets I soak flat kitchen sponges (ones with out scorers on back) in fabric softer and squeeze a little then throw in with wet washing

  4. Put pants & socks in a bag before you put them in the washing machine saves a lot of de-tangling

  5. Always start from the top and work your way to the bottom. My mom always told me to do that

  6. If there’s a stubborn stain, always pre treat it with stain remover or washing liquid before adding to the wash.

  7. I use white vinegar for pretty much anything and everything! Ir seems to get all the stubborn stains out!! @loopylas1986

  8. To clean your bath get a grapefruit and some salt. Cut the fruit open and cover it in salt. The salt creates an abrasive texture while the citric acid in the grapefruit will help break down stains.

  9. I scrub stubborn stains such as those on my husbands chefs whites with a vanish stain remover bar before putting them on a hot wash!

  10. I have started following the The Organised Mum method for cleaning. I’m finding it’s really helping me to keep on top of the house work whilst going to college and being pregnant.

  11. Save all your old toothbrushes for cleaning – they’re great for giving little things a good scrub!

  12. Wine and loud music!! Apart from that use a good cleaning product. Cheap imitations mean you use more for less result, and double cleaning time.

  13. Love ACE It’s great for all types of cleaning its all about hard work & elbow greace, its great for removing stains, cleaning, but i also use diluted vinegar on my tiles windows its amazing

  14. I cut up old sheets to use as cloths instead of throwing them away. I also use anti bacterial fabric softener in the water when cleaning stuff from the carpets (the joys of 3 boys!)

  15. Cheap biolological washing powder works wonders on a lot of things~messy tiled floors (esp with dogs!), burnt pots & pans, tea-stained cups… (@qu1ncey on Twitter)

  16. Clean windows and glass surfaces with warm water with a little vinegar added. It cleans any grease and leaves glass sparkling. @kirschmj

  17. Pop a dishwasher tablet in the drum of your washing machine and run it through empty, it cleans it thoroughly and is so much cheaper than those cleaners in the supermarket and just as good.

  18. My cleaning tip is to keep a spray bottle handy of a mixture of white wine vinegar, water and a squeeze of lemon. It leaves everything gleaming, free from grime and spotlessly clean.
    Twitter Handle: @BeckyCornes

  19. I like ACE as it gently removes laundry stains. My tip is to spray a mixture of vinegar and washing up liquid onto glass shower doors, leave for thirty minutes and wipe off. Takes away any soap marks. twitter: @KateMrsC

    • White vinegar is great for sweat stains and smell, just chuck a good glut in with your wash. Also helps keep the limescale under control

  20. We love ACE! My top tip would be to do little and often so it doesn’t build up and become over whelming and also to get the children involved from a young age in clearing away toys after use, it then becomes second nature as the years pass

  21. When you have finished serving up out of your baking dishes, put them to soak immediately. It saves a lot of hard work later trying to scrub away dried on lasagne etc. @mellysocks

  22. 6 aspirin tablet’s to whites and steep them all night, next morning wash as normal and then the whites go even whiter

  23. Put bicarbonate of soda & vinegar down your sink drains to help them be blockage free ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜ @EmmmCradds

  24. i wipe my kitchen cupboards as im cooking as the steam puts moisture on them that helps the crime come away quicker @ruth37996464

  25. @2012Stoke Every week I change my dishcloth soaking the old one in disinfectant to then use as a floor cleaning rag.

  26. I always use several drops of tea tree oil in a spray bottle of water to get rid of any mould. @SmilingJules4

  27. My tip is keep on top of things, good old elbow grease and listen to music having a sing song as you go makes it go quicker @gemmstone2708

  28. @antheajholloway – Little and often as many people say. Also have an old face flannel by the bathroom basin and give the basin a quick wipe whenever you use the basin – it definitely keeps the limescale and dirt at bay!

  29. I use a squeeze of lemon on any fat that has been spilt, has it is the best thing I’ve found to use, then I wash that area has per normal

  30. Clean the bathroom and kitchen first it is just dusting and hoovering in the other rooms but mostly play music ๐Ÿ˜Š

  31. Using white vinegar on the windows leaves them streak free. And having Bicarbonate of soda in the drawer has been a godsend for stubborn stains.

  32. White vinegar is great for removing water marks from windows, apply some before wshing your windows and then add some to water in your wash solution. @Rochellelear

  33. If like me you hate ironing then make sure you only buy clothing and bedding made from easy care fabrics. It takes time to replace all your wardrobe but I only get my iron out on the rare occasions I wash curtains and don’t have windy weather to blow out the creases!

  34. Keep a squeegee on the side of your bath ready to clean the glass screen as soon as you turn the shower off. 9 times out of 10 there won’t be any soap residue to clean anyway and it will be sparkling clean.

  35. With cleaning I always leave things to soak before putting in the elbow grease. For example when cleaning the kitchen counters or bathroom, its best to soak the surface first, then scrub it off ๐Ÿ™‚ @kelly_wheel

  36. Put a few drops of your favourite perfume on a cloth and pop it behind the radiator to keep the room smelling lovely!

  37. I have a few jobs each day to do so I don’t have to do all my housework in one go and get bored doing it. I always clean my kitchen sink in the evening and make sure I have a empty dishwasher / draining board for the morning.

  38. I use vinegar for limescale and when I hoover I make sure I dust and plump the sofa beforehand… the room seems bigger after! @tamara_wheatley

  39. @Hayley92609468 There is a product called the pink stuff which has been a godsend for our house and helps with so many different household cleaning jobs round the place and it is so easy to use. The price is amazing at 99p too!

  40. Wipe down all your radiators with zoflora in hot water. When the heating comes on they let out a lovely smell @capodemonte

  41. To clean your windows cheaply and effectively just use old newspaper and water, I find it works better than any of the many cleaning products I’ve tried. @nataliegillham

  42. Dust from top to bottom so you don’t displace dirt to lower surfaces that you already cleaned, @PatBarrett123

  43. @rebeccaMorrisuk. My failsafe stain removal
    Tip is to give it to my mum, I think she has some kind of magic powers that means she can remove stains when I have tried and failed

  44. I like to pop a tumble dryer sheet behind each radiator so when they are on the room smells fresh and clean twtter kelsbobo

  45. Baby oil and a soft cloth brings a lovely shine to stainless stainless steel taps, pots and pans, bathroom towel rail.

  46. If you have ring marks on solid wood tables/coffee tables, use cotton wool and olive oil and rub in circles, then cover with a tea towel and run a hot iron over, the grain in the wood comes up like new and ring marks are gone

  47. Sprinkle baking soda into smelly trainers and gym bags to deodorise them. Tap out before you use them again. @wevettewilliams

  48. I always sweep the skirting boards with a tumble dryer sheet.
    pcking up all that pesky dust whilst also leaving a lovely scent around the house.

  49. If you donโ€™t have enough laundry to separate dark colours from lights make sure you use a colour catcher so you donโ€™t end up with coloured whites @purplecatlover

  50. Hi! Thank you for this fab giveaway! I follow on insta and twitter as @mummysmadlife. I have retweeted the competition post and also follow Ace on Twitter.
    I find the best method of cleaning glass, whether it is windows, tables, door glass etc, is to spray with a mixture of water and vinegar, and then rub dry, in circular motions with scrunched up newspaper! It honestly leaves glass sparkling and smear free!

  51. I always scrub clean my oak fish chopping board with rock salt and a quickk squirt of lemon juice. It acts as a disinfectant and is cheap. It also emoves the smell.

  52. If you have limescale in your toilet leaving brown marks, then use spirit of salts. You literally just pour it in, leave for 10-15 mins, tiny brush round and flush. It’ll all be gone – you have to try it to see how good it is! @charbarcrazy

  53. a nice homemade carpet freshener, add some crushed/powdered herbs (say lavender) to bicarbonate of soda and sprinkle on your carpets, after a while just hoover

  54. I spray fabric conditioner diluted with water on the bedding and sofas in my house makes them smell lovely. Also put a fabric conditioner sheet for tumble dryer inside a cushion cover smells good.

  55. Tomato stains on clothes – if you put them outside or on a window sill, the uv rays in sunlight help to lift the stains! @bex552

  56. Place a few drops of your favorite essential oil into your vacuum cleaner bag or dust container. The vacuum motor will diffuse it around your home as you clean. ๐Ÿ’–
    Twitter cath_hipwell
    Insta cath_h81
    Facebook Catherine Hipwell

  57. Train the kids early ๐Ÿ˜‰ just kidding, mine are 7 and 9 and still don’t help with anything!

    Instead of tumble dryer sheets I have a jar with softener and water in that I dip a sock into then place in with the washing, the load comes out smelling great each time
    Twitter: @ScottAlexasMum

  58. I found this really awesome spray window cleaner, I cant believe how well it works. Even my hubby was impressed.

  59. The only thing that’s ever worked for me is never letting it build up. Even if you’re tired ,just keep up with a daily clean – takes about 30 mins (for me anyway) and you never need to do a big clean

  60. My cleaning tip for laundry which works well for me is letting laundry soap on handwash mode first for stains before main wash

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