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Giveaway - Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products worth £20 (3 winners)

*Prize provided by ACE. DB Reviews has teamed up with ACE to bring to its readers a great giveaway. Before we take a look at the ...

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products
*Prize provided by ACE.


DB Reviews has teamed up with ACE to bring to its readers a great giveaway.

Before we take a look at the prize bundle, here is a little information about the brand. ACE are a popular name in the laundry and household cleaning products market. They have a specialised and patented technology called 'dyelock technology' that traps and prevents transfer of colour pigments released from garments while washing. This 'Colour Safety System' prevents colour runs while washing a mixed load.

All of ACE's products are hard on stains and gentle on clothes. Their Stain Remover Spray is a very handy product to have at home. It tackles everything from grease and stubborn stains and is suitable for use around the home and on coloured clothes.

ACE products can be purchased from Tesco’s, Morrison’s, The Range, Wilko, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. For more information on the brand, visit www.acecleanuk.co.uk

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products | 3 Winners


Let's now take a look at what is included in the prize bundle.

  • 2 x ACE Colours Powder 
  • ACE for Whites
  • ACE Power Mousse and
  • ACE Stain Remover

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products

  • ACE for Colours Powder : contains the same stain removal technology as ACE for Colours, but in a powder format with a fully-recyclable cardboard box.
  • ACE for Whites : has been specifically formulated to work better on lighter fabrics; it helps brighten dull whites while still being gentle on delicate clothes.
  • ACE Power Mousse : works hard to keep household surfaces and white laundry bright and clean.
  • ACE Stain Remover Spray : best for tackling germs, grease and stubborn stains, it is suitable for use around the home and on coloured clothes.

To win the prize bundle listed above, enter via the Gleam widget below. As mentioned earlier, there will be 3 prize winners, each winning a bundle of products.

All the best!

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products

Win a bundle of ACE cleaning products worth £20 (3 winners)

21 comments

  1. Depending what type of stain it is, best to use an appropriate stain remover

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  2. asap, apply a stain remover then wash.

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  3. I have used these before and they are brilliant for getting my clothes clean. 3 kids dogs and a tortoise all leads to loadsof mucky clothes

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  4. It is a bit of a cop out but I still run straight to my mum for stain advice! Mum just KNOW don't they! She uses ace and once she used lemon and baking soda. Genius!

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  5. Ace for colours is brilliant. Just pour a bit on the stain, get the rest of your wash ready and then add the stained item - you don't have to leave it longer than that.

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  6. Treat as soon as possible - much easier to remove when stain is fresh

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  7. Treat with stain remover and wash as soon as possible.

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  8. Treat them whilst still wet, then straight into the washing machine!

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  9. Try to deal with the stain as soon as is practically possible. Any stain, if left, will be more difficult to remove.

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  10. Margaret Clarkson
    Initially, soak in cold water, then use an ace treatment.

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  11. I use fairy liquid straight on the stain as soon as it happens

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  12. Treat as soon as possible. Ace Cleaning products really are ACE

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  13. Get the stain sorted as soon as possible & always check the internet for advice.

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  14. Asking my mum. That's what i do. I look at it and think no, i don't know how to get this out so I call her. she normally knows.

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  15. I've only sometimes gotten rid of stains! When it was my sons school shirts (which were white) I used bleach to get rid of bolognese & ketchup stains. But this is not something I'd recomend!

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  16. For whites i add a small amount of bleach to the washing machine

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  17. I use a stain remover before I was them

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  18. Treat the stain as soon as possible after it happens - much easier to shift than dried on stains.

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  19. ask my daughter to sort it out

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