Dylon White ‘N’ Bright – a review AD

disclosure:  we were sent this product for the purpose of review

You may remember that I reviewed Dylon Colour Catcher Double Action last month. Well, I was sent a pack of the Dylon White ‘N’ Bright and had been waiting to try it.  My son has now been at Nursery School for a couple of weeks and I’ve got plenty of new White Polo Shirts to test this out on now.

Dylon Colour Catcher Double Action, White 'N' Bright

White ‘n’ Bright, the first sheet designed for everyday care of white wash with 360° protection against greying!

So I had a number of white polo shirts and a cream fleece – all in varying degrees of dirtiness.  I put my washing in after the White ‘N’ Bright sheet (which is actually blue) and waited.

My washing was as white as could be – normal service resumed and the White ‘N’ Bright sheet had turned a greyish white – it had done its job.

With the state that my son has been coming home in, from Nursery, I have a feeling that White ‘N’ Bright has found a regular home here!

You might also like to know that something special is happening over on the Dylon Colour Catcher Facebook page tomorrow 13th September at 1 pm. A Q&A with one of the designers who work with X-Factor – Nikita Karizma.

Nikita is a graduate from the London College of Fashion and she has worked extensively with ITV’s X Factor style team, shaping costumes for finalists Amelia Lily, Little Mix and many other performers.

Nikita also collaborated with DYLON® Colour Catcher® for their recent Tess Daly campaign, creating a dress made of 600 Colour Catcher sheets worn by the TV star for a national press campaign. 





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