Clever cleaning with ecoegg

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Debbie FlintHi, Debbie here, with a quick reminder about our next exciting event coming up later this week.

First off - Home Day is on Thursday 26th January, all day long. There's free P&P all day, so what a great time to try anything from us – 'cos if you send it back you get your whole refund! Doubt you'll be returning any of the items tho' – they're so good!

Eco EggThe ecoegg is back in a new configuration – including a way of detoxing your washing machine too - with Kim Woodburn (of Kim and Aggie). Kim's launching it on Wednesday night at midnight with Craig, and is on through the day on Thursday, as it's our Today's Special Value for Home Day.


I was just talking to my pal Jo G about it the other day – it really will do hundreds of washes and it really does make clothes fresh and clean. I know, 'cos it's what I regularly use when I do a  basic wash. So if you only need clothes to be washed, they don't need special stain treatments, and they're not really grubby whites etc, it's all you need.

Just pop it in your washing machine instead of your usual expensive brand. And it works like magic! Worth saying though, if you HAVE got stains to shift, like grass stains, mud, dirty cuffs etc – just spot-treat them first with the eco stain remover.

The Egg is seriously good for saving money – not only washing powder/liquid/tablet, but also you don't need any softener either – which means it's great for towels that just need freshening – as we all know you shouldn't use softener on towels, don't we?! Plus if anyone in your family has problems with allergies to washing powder, try the Egg, 'cos then you won't be using any detergents at all!

Debbie's dog's blanket washed with the Eco EggI even washed one of the dog's mats – it's a big cream rug type mat, heavy cotton, and it was covered with paw prints. It got most of it out without even needing anything else.

One key thing though – don't overfill your machine!

It's one of the best bargains around, the TSV, so do get the ecoegg early as it might not last the day! (Get it on Wednesday from midnight on qvcuk.com and it will appear on QVC TV at midnight as well as selected hours throughout Thursday – including the Household Helpers hour with me at 10pm, if I'm lucky!)

Betty BallAnd secondly – the Betty Ball is here! No more damaged bras!

If you've ever ruined a bra by putting it in your washing machine, please stand by for a brilliant invention from a rather dashing Dutch chap – who invented the Betty Ball for his wife to use, so clever!

Our pal Justine Balmer will be telling you all about it in the Wednesday Betty Ball in the washmidnight and Thursday midday shows. I'll let you into a secret – my lovely peach bra got ruined – the straps got caught on something and ripped – so I was very pleased to see this product arrive at QVC. I'm sure you can put other things in there too, not just bras, but it's the clever cup support system that makes it so special – it means you can wave goodbye to dented bra cups and weird looking lumps and bumps under a T-shirt!

Do invest in one if you can, specially if you spend quite a lot on your bra and can't stand hand-washing! Watch at midnight Wednesday and Thursday midday – you may even spot my ruined bra! Lol.

See you all on Thursday,
Luv
Debs
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