People might think that I am one undomesticated lass who doesn’t know how to cook a decent breakfast or make a bed. I don’t want to declare that I can do things a wife can do.
I am no wonder woman, but I can cook, clean the house and do the laundry. I do the normal hand washing (for delicate clothes, even jeans) which I find more efficient than pushing buttons in a washing machine. I know detergents, fabric softener and bleach. At home, we even use different detergents for different types of clothes. My favorite is Breeze.
Seems like everyone loves Breeze because it can quickly removes and dissolves stains. Last Thursday, Breeze conducted the first ever Laba Day – a nationwide event that washed 1 million clothes simultaneously in different barangays nationwide. We have visited the site in Commonwealth, Quezon City, together with Sige Moms Gladys Reyes, Dimples Romana and Christine Bersola-Babao.
The event seemed like a big day-off for moms as they were treated with fun games and surprises. We joined in the fun.
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Breeze Laba Ladies and Laba Machines sponsored by campaign partners, Electrolux, LG, Whirlpool and White Westinghouse took care of washing the clothes.
Christine, Gladys and Dimples shared how Breeze helped them spend more time with family, and how they now care less about getting their clothes dirty or stained. There’s Breeze to take care of the job.
Gladys reminisced how her parents would remind her not to play outside as her clothes might get dirty (I can so relate!). While Dimples (oh, she’s so pretty and fun!) happily shared that her whole family can now enjoy dancing in the rain and playing rough games.