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By: Pretty Pretty Pretty  06-Dec-2011

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That's a whole lot of cleaning

One of New Zealand’s most iconic household brands, Sunlight, has turned pink and joined the fight against breast cancer with the release of its new limited edition Pink Grapefruit Dishwashing Liquid. Not only does Sunlight Pink Grapefruit Dishwashing Liquid have a gorgeous fresh and lingering citrus fragrance, it gets your dishes squeaky clean at an affordable price.

Now Sunlight has joined forces with The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation (NZBCF) with proceeds of every bottle sold going to the Foundation. So what are you waiting for? Pull on your rubber gloves, pink your sink by purchasing limited edition Sunlight Pink Grapefruit Dishwashing Liquid today and support the NZBCF.

Sunlight is proudly made in New Zealand and is available in supermarkets nationally, for around $2.89 for 500ml.

And now that we have quoted the press release, it’s time for you to do the washing up. We’ve got three Sunlight ‘Pink Your Sink’ prize packs valued at $75 to give away.

Prize pack contains:

  • Sunlight Pink Grapefruit Dishwashing Liquid 500ml x 3
  • Sunlight Lemon Dishwashing Liquid 500ml x 2
  • Sunlight Apple & Baking Soda Dishwashing Liquid 500ml x 2
  • Huggie Ultra Fabric Softener 500ml x 2
  • This great prize also comes with a bundle of beautiful pink cotton tea towels, 2x pink dish cloths and a pair of fun washing up gloves.

Fun washing-up gloves! They’d probably bring in a whole new element of colour to cavity search games too. So in order to win, what I want you to do is leave me a colour pun in the comments. If you can pink your sink, what else can you do? You have from now til next Sunday to win.

Because this is a big heavy box worth of goodness, the competition is only open to Wellington residents, sorry.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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