Win Some Milton Sterilising Products for Out and About and at Home

Milton is a household name I have known for years. I can remember my mum using Milton solution to sterilise my sister’s bottles in the 1980’s and even today she swears by it for cleaning mugs and other such things, even though we are all well and truly grown up. So when Milton themselves got in touch to see if we would like to review a product or run a competition for my readers I couldn’t say no.

Milton has been a leading household name in sterilising for over 65 years, particularly when it comes to cold water sterilisation but did you know they have recently launched a microwave steam sterilisation product too?

Although we are long past the sterilising stage with BattleKid, and it wouldn’t have felt right receiving a product we might not have used, in the past I did use the Milton Portable Soother Steriliser for BattleKid’s soothers/dummies and found it fab. It was so quick and easy to pop a soother that had fallen on the floor into it for 15 minutes, and hey presto, clean and sterilised ready for use again. I have also used their anti-bacterial hand gel and have a bottle of it stashed in my change bag. 

The Mini Portable Soother Steriliser has been updated since we used it to include a better attachment strap, a wider opening for larger soothers and an advanced water bottle closure technology for easier cleaning. It is used alongside Milton Mini Sterilising Tablets and not only kills bacteria and viruses on your baby’s soother in 15 minutes but a soother will remain sterile for 24 hours in the solution. It’s a really handy thing to have while you are out and about.

Milton have kindly offered one of my readers the chance to win a Mini Portable Soother Steriliser, some Milton Antibacterial Surface Wipes which are ideal for around the house or on the go, a Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel and a Milton Antibacterial Surface Spray for keeping all your surfaces clean and disinfected.

If you’d like to win this set of Milton products, all of which are perfect for use around the house or on the go, then all you need to do is click through the widget below to enter.
Win Some Milton Products

If you’d like to know more about Milton and their range of products, please visit their website.

Good luck,

Cath x

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Terms and conditions:

  • Open to UK readers and followers.
  • Competition closes at 23.59BST Thursday 2nd February 2017.
  • The winner will be picked at random and will be notified within 5 days.
  • There is no cash alternative.
  • The winner will be asked to provide their email address which will be passed onto Connected PR who will organise the prize to be sent to the winner.
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Living Arrows 3/52

You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth

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This weekend we celebrated BattleKid’s third birthday, albeit a little late. As part of those celebrations, every year we put BattleKid in a t-shirt which is age 10 and compare it to the previous years to see how much he has grown. I was pleasantly surprised to see him starting to fill this t-shirt! I took a few more pictures while we had him there and this one is my favourite of the others I took. I wonder what is going through his head? He looks so pensive and deep in thought, even if it was only for a fleeting second or two.

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03/52 My Sunday Photo: 15/01/2017

With the snow and cold weather I haven’t taken any pictures this week that I’d consider sharing. So instead I had a look through my Lightroom folders and came across this flower picture I took in the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen while we were visiting a friend quite a number of years ago. I was also really surprised to see it wasn’t taken with my macro lens and was on my 500D and not my 5D. Still, I do think it’s a nice picture and makes me look forward to Spring. If anyone can tell me what flower it is I’d be most grateful.