Kim Woodburn, celebrity Queen of Clean, best known for ‘How Clean is Your House?’ and ‘I’m a Celebrity’, is here to share a few eco and baby friendly cleaning tips to make parenthood that little bit easier. Kim will be visiting the Baby Show at Excel in London on the 25th of February to show everyone the Ecoegg, a product that no parent should be without. We are sure many of you will see her there!
Hello my loves, I’m Kim Woodburn. I’m so excited to be coming to the Baby Show in February to see all of you lovely mums and dads. I’m here today to share some of my eco and baby friendly cleaning tips with you all. They are really simple to follow, cheap to prepare and of course I never use nasty chemicals that could potentially harm little ones.
So firstly, I’m sure many of you use disposable nappies. Now these are convenient to use but disposing of them can become a problem and
nappy bins can start to smell very unpleasant! A top tip for keeping your nappy bin smelling fresher for longer is to sprinkle a little baking soda inside the bin liner and give it a quick shake. The baking soda should absorb most of the nasty smells but always empty your bin regularly to keep the smell at bay. Alternatively, if you use nappy sacks and dispose of nappies in your general waste just sprinkle a little baking soda into each of the individual nappy sacks to keep the bin smelling fresh.
I’m sure that many of you with children toddling about will be forever noticing sticky fingerprints on doors and windows. One easy tip for getting these sticky paws prints off is to sprinkle a little baking soda onto a damp cloth using a flour shaker, wipe away the marks and buff dry with a fresh cloth. It’s just so simple!
Now, we all know how much our little ones love their cuddly toys, but they do have a tendency to get very grubby rather quickly. To give cuddly toys a quick and easy freshen up between washes, just pop them in a cotton pillowcase outside, sprinkle in a little baking soda and give them a good shake. Shake of the excess baking soda and they should appear as good as new!
Making homemade baby food is a great way to save money and ensure that your children are getting the right balance of nutrients but by heck, it’s doesn’t half make a mess. An easy way to get splashbacks back to their former sparkling selves is to once again use good old baking soda, again sprinkle a little baking soda onto a damp cloth using a flour shaker and apply to the splash backs. Then just buff dry with a fresh dry cloth so the shines is restored. A really easy and quick solution.
I think you will agree that parents with young children are the group of people that do more laundry than anyone else. For such small things, babies can get through an awful lot of clothes can’t they? Babies also have a nasty habit of accumulating tricky stains like baby food and never ending milk vomit. The challenge is finding a product that cleans really well but also doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals that can hurt babies skin. The Ecoegg is just such a product. I’m so proud to endorse the Ecoegg that I put my name and photo on every box. I simply wouldn’t be without mine now. The Ecoegg is the revolutionary new way to wash your clothes; all you have to do is pop it into your machine and wash as normal, no need for nasty and expensive chemicals. Its kind to your skin (in fact it’s so kind it’s been approved by Allergy UK) and to the environment and lasts up to 720 washes, that’s three years’ worth of washing for the average family, just imagine the money you will save. It’s just
I hope you found my cleaning tips useful and maybe you will try some of them out for yourselves. I would love to hear how you get on with them. Hopefully I will see many of you at the Baby Show on the 25th February in London; it should be a brilliant day! I hope you all come and visit me at the Ecoegg stand. I’m more than happy to offer my cleaning advice, and I’ve always got time for a quick photo and a chat.
Kim Woodburn for EcoEggOnline.com