Giveaway: Milton Antibacterial Family Protection

Milton Antibacterial Family Protection

Milton is celebrating over 70 years of protecting babies from harmful germs. Milton was used in the First World War. Established in 1916 Milton has been used by hospitals and in homes for over 100 years. Milton was named after the poet, John Milton (1608-1674), as Milton was first manufactured in his London home. The iconic Milton Sterilising Fluid was first used as a disinfectant during the First World War and was taken to the trenches to treat skin burns.

We have been sent two Milton Antibacterial products to review. I have used Milton products for many years at home and also at my recent work place we always had Milton at hand.

 Milton Antibacterial Surface Wipes

As a mum to Logan, who is aged 4, and mum-to-be (nearly 33 weeks!) I am making sure Logan’s hygiene is high and makes sure he always washes his hands to stop spreading germs as it’s not nice seeing him poorly for something that can be easily prevented, these Milton antibacterial surface wipes are a great handy thing to have on the go.

This pack of wipes contains 30 wipes which are effective on bacteria, fungi and viruses and they are ideal for the high chair, changing mat, potty, baby’s bath, kitchen fridge and work tops, chopping boards, toilet seats, telephones, mobile phones, computer keyboards and even soothers/dummies!

They are a great handy size to pop a packet of these in your nappy bag to keep with you on the go.  The bleach-free and rinse-free formula to quickly clean and disinfect all surfaces in the home or out and about, just make sure you re-seal your pack well to avoid drying out the wipes!

I like the smell of these probably a little too much, I think it must be a pregnancy thing! They smell so clean and leave a lovely clean feel on the surfaces after I have used a wipe.

Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel

The Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel comes in a 100ml bottle, kills bacteria & viruses.

Rinse-free formula for perfect hand hygiene. With a plant based moisturiser to protect your hands. Limits germ transmission wherever you are. The Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel is also non sticky, I have used other brands in the past and never liked the lasting feel they leave, but Milton leaves my hands feeling fresh!

So easy to use, and you can pop it in your bag or pocket to have with you on the go. Children are always getting themselves into messy situations. A little bit of Milton Antibacterial Hand Gel on the go and you don’t have to worry.

My Thoughts

I would recommend these products to anyone as Milton always gives fantastic results and is a brand that I have come to trust to use on my child and will continue to use it when Baby Nemo arrives. You can buy Milton from all good supermarkets and home stores

I hope you are following my pregnancy. I can’t believe I’m almost 33 weeks already. Baby Nemo will be here soon. We can’t wait!

Mummy E

Giveaway

We have a lovely giveaway for you to win. Milton have given us the same products to giveaway.

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113 Thoughts to “Giveaway: Milton Antibacterial Family Protection”

  1. Tammy Neal

    Do a little each time x

  2. kim d

    Hire a cleaner – best thing I ever did.

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