Win a Year’s Supply of Persil Mono Capsules! (Competition now closed)

As a family with two young children we seem to spend our lives washing clothes – uniforms, everyday clothes and clothes that have been the brunt of messy play.

Persil is powerful stain removal that we know and love, using their products in the majority of our washes since the children came along. But, Persil Mono Capsules now have at least two extra capsules in every pouch, offering even better value which is amazing news for a family like ours.

We can go outside, jump in puddles and have all kinds of messy adventures knowing that Persil will always save the day! Persil Mono Capsules are tough on stain removal in just one dose; the biological detergent offers everything you need for effective stain removal – providing us with the ultimate fuss-free, convenient way to clean and care for clothes.

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Persil has always understood that ‘Dirt is Good’ and we always have Persil Mono Capsules on hand to wash all the mess away at the end of yet another fun filled but grubby day. With the weather brightening up, the longer days and the school holidays drawing nearer I know that we will be spending so much more time outside and it’s nice to know whatever we get up to, Persil will make our clothes lovely and clean ready for the next adventure.

Win a Year's Supply of Persil Mono Capsules! (Competition now closed)

I have teamed up with Persil to give away a year’s supply of Persil Mono Capsules – that’s ten whole pouches of capsules – to one lucky reader. To be in with a chance of winning just complete one or more entries on the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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  • usually a muddy trek over the meadows and getting the wellies stuck in the mud and getting in a right old mess

  • Messiest adventure would have to be a trip to the local woods when it had been raining quite a lot. I had one daughter lose a welly in the mud & another fell butt-first into the biggest muddy puddle ever, hubby had to wade in to rescue her. Needless to say baths were needed once we got home & it was a shoes off in the car situation on the way home!

  • Our messiest adventure would have to be last year when camping, it was raining for 3 days solid, the ground surrounding the tent was very slippy, my son returned from a toilet trip and was moving too fast and managed to do a forward dive into the mud…he was coated from head to toe!

  • My mum won a years supply of washing powder when we were younger, but it was those big old boxes she had no clue where to put it all!! I think I could just about cope with 10 pouches 🙂 Love seeing little LP with the pigtails x

  • Luckily, Olly hasn’t ever got that messy that we’ve had to strip him off outside the house and hose him down (yet!) When I was about 8 years old, I went on holiday to Devon with my Parents and I fell down a bank into a bog and was completely covered head to toe in foul smelling dirt. My Parents made me strip off outside the caravan and literally did hose me down. I remember it so well as do my parents!

  • Has to be a camping trip to the Lake District. We had pretty much rain every day, luckily that was not a problem as we had great fun on muddy treks, splashing in puddles and rain dancing.

  • Every dog walk when there has been the slightest bit of rain, is a messy adventure. Even when it’s dry, my son ends up in the brook. I had to buy him proper fisherman type waders with wellies welded to the trousers as there is no other way to keep him dry. He has now beaten them by sitting down in a puddle. All was well until he leant backwards and the waders filled up to his chest! I had to strip off my top layers and he walked home wth no shoes on and my jumper as a dress. It’s not the first time. He’s also had to finish a dog walk in his under pants. I NEED THE PERSIL!!!!

  • The messiest adventure would have been when we went camping in North Wales. we got very muddy and it wasn’t easy washing it off. we had to make do until we travelled back home a few days later

  • Jumping in muddy puddles with my boy and getting covered in mud head to toe but was so much fun 🙂 Thank you so much for the chance x

  • Walked across 3 fields in Ireland to get to the river, as you know Ireland is very rainy so the fields were very wet – this mixed with cows and Wellington boots that liked to get stuck it was a very eventful journey! One I won’t forget in a hurry 🙂

  • Walking in the lake district. Thought it was a normal grassy field. Actually rather wet mud. Sunk to our ankles. The fun getting out!

  • Going on a cycle run to the local duck pond and ended up cycling through cow poo, ended up all over me and to make things better when trying to clean up at the duck pond ended up in the pond.

  • taking the children out for a day trip to the local reservoir – they always seem to find the muddiest puddle

  • we went on a log walk on a lovely sunny day in shorts sandals etc only for it to rain we got very wet and could hardly walk due to mud and rain making it too slippy in our sandals

  • Taking part in the London ‘Color Run’ is always fun…a 5km fun run with your friends getting pelted with powdered paint as you go would really test the persil mono capsules out 😉

  • I took my 2 year old nephew to the beach and he decided he didn’t want to play in the sand…he crawled into a rockpool (safe) and splashed about in the mud! My sister was not happy when I took him home as he was covered from head to toe in muck and sand!

  • Hand and foot twister with different coloured washable paints played on our patio
    Great fun and so messy but we love it

  • My hubby likes those Tough Mudder runs, I generally throw his kit out when he comes back for fear of breaking the washing machine!

  • My messiest adventure was staying in my in-laws caravan in Wales last year – I slept in a waterlogged awning with mud swimming around my mattress !!

  • When I went camping and it literally rained buckets everyday! My wellies were walking in mud up to my ankles, i didnt feel clean until I came home!

  • Camping, dirt and sand covered me, and was my first time camping,i have never had a wee outside until camping, not very dignified but i was very nervous so held it in, i went out of the tent in the dark , tripped over the rope and wet my self through laughing, see i said it wasn’t very lady like, anyway it was the best but messiest holiday ever x

  • mud pies in the garden was all time fav with my children now its the grandchildren who are making mud pies and loving getting dirty

  • I can remember my messiest moment (not really an adventure though). I loved Campbell’s Tomato and Rice soup as a child. I can recall spilling some on my pretty dress. As a child I loved to wear a dress. My Mum found it ever so difficult to get the stain out of the white collar of the dress. She said it was one of the most stubborn stains that she had to deal with.

    I do recall making mud pies as a child, as many of us did in those days. Great fun, and Mum knew any mud that got on clothing would clear away “in the wash”. Nowadays children don’t seem to get so messy on a regular basis.

    My Great- Nephew took the opportunity to be adventurous when his Mum fell asleep on the sofa. He used his artistic talents on her pyjamas. Luckily stains came out in the wash, and little one (4year old) informed pyjamas not for that purpose. Family did find the incident funny, though didn’t remind little one of the incident.

  • My son has special needs and loves mud!
    When we were out walking in a local forest on new years day, he lay down in the biggest muddiest puddle there was! We were laughing as the smile on his face was a picture!

    People walking past looked gobsmacked but we haven’t cared what other people think for a very long time now! 🙂

  • My messiest adventure was playing the way it or wear it challenge with my daughter!
    She was desperate for me to play it with her ! It was messy but fun lol

  • Losing my shoe in some mud that was like quick sand and then hopping around on one foot until a friend pulled out my shoe for me.

  • Having an all day & night festival in the park near where I live & the heavens opened & turned the place into a mini Glastonbury.
    It was wild, we were literally sliding through mud & dancing in the rain to the live bands.
    We loved every minute of it 🙂

  • Our messiest adventure was to the Black Isle show in Scotland! The show itself was in a field and ofcourse it was pouring of rain, the park was like a BIG Gigantic mud swamp! Was good fun though!

  • Feathers! ALL over the living room lol. craft projects gone hay wire, but luckily I’ve given up crafting now 😀

  • One of the woods we visit regularly gets very muddy in winter – so much so we used to make up stories about the Mud Monster which lived in the muddiest places. My daughter even got stuck in the mud once – I lifted her out and my husband retrieved her wellingtons. We were always well splattered with mud when we got back no matter how carefully we walked.

  • walking the dogs in the woods after its been raining. took me a long time to get the inside of the car clean again!

  • Tough mudder for charity! I smelled terrible for days I’m sure & it took at least 3 washes to get all the dirt out!

  • We went on a little adventure through the woods at Sutton Park, I thought I was about to tread into a tiny little stream only to find that underneath the lovely clear water was a slimy deep bog and I was up to my thighs in slop

  • Attending a British Touring Car Championship meeting at Knockhill many years ago, when the heavens opened and the rain never stopped during the final race of the day. Try as we might, the car park was many miles away, so we could not take refuge quickly, and got completely sodden to the bone. That, coupled with the muddy way underfoot, meant we were not only sopping wet, but a bit mucky by the time we got back to the car and driving home. Happy days! 😉

  • Oh, dear! I avoid getting messy and don’t even like having messy boots and shoes. Gardening in sunshine is as messy as I get.

  • Most recently it was a zombie hunting day at an abandoned manor house. Part of it was in the woods and it was muddy and dark. Didn’t realise how messy we’d ended up until we got into the light. Blathered!

  • nature reserve 2011. me and my little boy went there for a picnic, he built a den and decided ti fall in a stream, ended up playing in it all day and was the messiest muddiest kid ever but also the happiest

  • walking on Weston Supermere beach and sinking upto our thighs in mud; then throwing it at each other….

  • usually walking the dog in the local park as she jumps in the little pond and then jumps out and covers us all in horrible smelly pond water

  • We used to play hide and seek in the woods with the dog, he loved it, even if it was raining. I’m sure he laughed at me if I fell over and got covered in mud. He would then come and shake near me just to make sure I didn’t have a clean bit. Good exercise for us all and it got my daughter running about too.

  • My messiest adventure? Probably daring to venture into the kitchen after one of hubby’s baking sessions !!!!! He does make very good cakes though so I never complain (to him ) 🙂

  • My messiest adventure was out horse riding in the pouring rain, got ditched in the arena which had turned into a huge puddle. One half of me was absolutely covered in wet mud. yucky

  • My messiest adventure was probably at Glastonbury.. we got rained on, it was so muddy we actually had a mud bath! 🙂

  • I took my nephew to the park with my dog. He decided he wanted to play Peppa Pig, jumping in muddy puddles. He then waded into a huge puddle, asking me to join him. I only had trainers on and told him I couldn’t, so he proceeded to drag me in. I slipped and fell over, dragged him down with me and then to top it off the dog came barrelling in after us. Needless to say we went home in the car with only our jumpers and pants on, and I had to spend the rest of the day cleaning the car.

  • I’ve definitely reached a certain age – my first thought to this prize was ‘a dream come true’! xD My own messiest adventure is probably falling in the local canal when I was a kid. Canals aren’t generally known for their cleanliness, and it was rainy and muddy anyway. Yuk! x

  • I went caving (with a caving club) and they picked a grim cave that had a sewage waterfall running through every drop that we had to climb through. Then we wriggled through sewage passages for two miles.

    At the end of the day we emerged tired and covered in mud (or probably something else).

    I would have needed a years supply of Persil for one set of clothes!

  • The messiest & most nerve wracking adventure in our house is my son eating spaghetti bolognese in his white school shirt!

  • it has to b wen our little 10 week old daughter has an explosion in her nappy, ends up over everything, persil is very necessary for these times lol

  • we went out to jump in muddy puddles (walk the dog 😉 on a really wet day, we were all soaked head to toe. In the end my little ones were not just jumping but they were rolling in the puddles

  • I fell over while walking the dog much to my wifes enjoyment as she helped me out of the mud and unpicked me off of the prickle bush

  • We took the whole family on a mountain bike ride through the muddy woods, we were covered from head to toe

  • My messiest adventures were when I was a teenager and in the Air Cadets We went on camp every year and had a very good/messy time!

  • At the Download Festival, weather was awful and the rain and loo’s leaking wasnt nice. A walk from my tent to a leaking loo and slipped over i was covered from head to foot and all my friend did was laugh lol x

  • My son was walking across a field and stepped on to an area of cut grass to avoid some mud only to fall in a muddy hole.

  • Stripping wallpaper off when all the plaster decided to come off with it, not an adventure but I could have cried at the mess

  • Being ankle deep in mud and goodness knows what else at Download Festival most years since 2010, although thankfully the last two times haven’t been too bad … away from the areas surrounding the portaloos at least!

  • We visited a reservoir during the summer which has half dried up. The reservoir bank was really deep soft damp mud. We ended up stuck in it talking all over and eventually ended up having a mud. We were covered but it was great fun.

  • One bonfire night in an extremely wet, muddy and boggy field. Everything covered in mud before the fireworks even went off!

  • My daughter went with her class for the kayak riding and other water and muddy activities in a water resort. When she came back she was covered top to toe with slimy and smelly water plants and mud too. It turned out she fell in to the canal while they riding the boat and when she came out she slipped and fell in the muddy bank again. It was a hard day to get rid of all those stinky stuff but we were laughing like mad people that day.

  • Messiest adventure (other than camping holidays which always end up as a muddy adventure ) – the most memorable messy experience I remember is when I decided to make pancakes with the kids with a ‘shake and bake ‘ kit – and the lid wasn’t screwed on properly ! – result – three sticky kids and one redecorated kitchen !!!!

  • When I took my granddog, Rafa, for a walk, he decided to have a swim in the little river that runs through our woods. However, when it was time to go, he couldn’t get up the bank and he struggled so much that I had to get in and haul him out. We were both very wet and muddy after that!

  • My messiest time without a doubt has to be when I did tough mudder!! I was truely and utterly caked in it!! What didn’t help was that it was a hot day and I even went crispy! Thanks to persil my training gear came out pristine!

  • my messiest adventure when i took my 5 children to a beach and we all got stuck when the tide came in quickly, very frightening and messy x

  • Definitely one August which was supposed to be lovely – what a washout! We were soaked through and there was mud everywhere – Never again!

  • Has to be chocolate fondue with a slumber party of 10 year olds. Thought it would be a great idea to flick on one another. It was not pretty

  • messiest I think was clearing a large bit of land to make a vegetable plot well mud up to your eyeballs but it was worth it once cleared we grew some lovely vegetables cant beat the pleasure of doing it all yourself from mud to the end product , amazing

  • Our messiest adventure was in our local forest when we went looking for mini bugs and fishing, we all got caked in mud and my partners son fell in the brook x

  • Taking the kids down to the riverbank near us a couple of years ago and creating a “mud slide” Definitley the messiest we have ever been!

  • We love to take walks in the forest to
    Collect pine cones and sticks for the fire in the winter…..mucked up to our elbows!

  • We went to our local forest area, and for some reason we decided to cross over the stream, but in order to get to the stream, we had to go down this muddy hill. Everybody made it across no problem, but then it was my turn! I fell and slid all the way down to the bottom! To top it all off, I was wearing white jeans. Let’s just say, they had to go in the bin as they were completely ruined!

  • Messiest adventure always bonfire night. All is well at the Council display but then we end up at the fun fair….Complete mudfest

  • Has to be when we were walking in the forest and my daughter slid down a muddy hill into a shallow pond !

  • We were at wicksteed park in Kettering and my young son wanted his photo taken in one of those wooden things where the child can put their head in place of a cartoon character, a clown in this instance but he got so excited he tumbled off into a muddy puddle and was plastered with mud head to foot!

  • In my days as a student I went on a pub crawl out in the peak district with a few friends, and it ended up quite a drunken event! Me and one of my mates tried to walk home and took a shortcut through this field (it seemed a good idea at the time!) It had been raining and we ended up trying to climb this muddy hill, but being worse for wear we kept sliding back down in the mud…We were an absolute state by the time we reached home – his girlfriend ended up turning the hose on us, it was freezing!

  • Happened the other year when me and my friend went horse riding and she was telling me how much Star (her horse) loved splashing about in the sea. Erm, Star decided that day the sea was too cold, refused to go in and deposited my friend in the sea. Not only that, when she got back to the stables she slipped in the muck heap and not only was she wet through, she was also covered in horse manure.

  • Our messiest adventure would be when we got lost on a walk in the woods hubby said he knew a short cut and we walked through more mud and puddles than I knew possible x

  • My kids played out in the back garden not long after we moved in and it had recently rained. They had fun, but I thought there was a tribe of mud monsters on my doorstep when they had finished! They had to take everything off at the back door and run to the bathroom for a hot bath! Thank goodness for washing machines! Since then we took steps to improve the drainage and there is now patio so no more mud monsters any more!

  • I done a mud obstacle course late last year with friends in memory of one of our friends who sadly passed away last year , mud was absolutely everywhere ears, nose mouth at the end we were completely covered from head to toe it was a great experience though. And raised lots of money For The Local Hospice .

  • I once cleared a massive space on the floor and let my 3 year old son & 10 month old daughter paint the floor red (washable paint) They had a lot of fun but it created a lot of mess!!

  • When I passed my GCSEs and decided to take a short cut to tell by best friend, by cutting over a stream in a field. I fell in and got covered in mud.

  • When our son had conquered walking we decided we would buy him some wellies and we would go on a muddy country walk as a family. Long story short, his boots got stuck, my boots got stuck and my husbands boots got stuck. Our socks were left in the very sticky mud and we had to baby wipe our feet before we put them back into our rescued boots! It was a very messy adventure but one we will never forget! xx

  • That would be the bottle of Juice, that must have fermented, exploding in my car last week. It went off like a bomb & both the inside of the car & me were covered. Despite two hours work on the inside of my car, I’m still finding “bits” and the smell????

  • Has to be when my three kids and I slipped while out walking….into a large puddle of horse manure….we fell like the domino effect lol. It had dried in when we walked home 45min later. I binned the clothes as I didn’t want to put them in the machine lol

  • My son fell in a ditch and was covered from head to foot in caked in mud. All you could see was his eyes. The bath water was black.

  • My daughter entered Born Survivor last year. I have never ever seen so much mud! Months later it was still coming out of her ears! Literally covered from the top of her head to the tips of her toes!

  • Hiking through the woods with the kids and dogs! Messy but lovely being out and about together in the fresh air!