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Palmolive Divine Blends + GIVEAWAY

I think dishwashing detergent is a staple item in every household, even those with a dishwasher. Even though I do have a dishwasher I will often hand wash my dishes if there aren’t enough for at least half a load which is why I am constantly trying out new liquids to keep on hand. Not to mention they can be used for more than just dishes – cleaning other things, slip and slides, bubble paints, etc. Most recently I have been using the new Palmolive Divine Blends and I must say it comes with a unique aromatic experience to infuse your senses. The vanilla and berries are such a pleasant and welcomed change from the usual lemon scented dishwashing liquids; it is also available in Violet and Apple Blossom but I cannot comment on what this one smells like. I can say if the vanilla and berries is anything to gauge it by it will smell absolutely delicious.

Palmolive divine blends

It’s rich formula cuts through grease and leaves your dishes sparkling clean providing a delightful dishwashing experience, well as delightful as washing dishes can be. I love that the suds stay full and bubbly for the whole wash and a little bit of the liquid goes long a way making it great value for money. Available in leading supermarkets you can purchase the Palmolive Divine Blends Vanilla & Berries Dishwashing liquid (700ml) for $4.99  and the  Palmolive Divine Blends Violet & Apple Blossom Dishwashing Liquid (375ml) for RR $3.49.



Giveaway ~ I have 3x Full size packs to giveaway to 1x deserving Mad Mummas reader!


**As the winners are chosen based on skill and not chance; you will be sharing for 0 extra entries. It’s good karma though and I’d love you to share the giveaway with friends and family**

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Disclosure: I received a bottle of Palmolive Divine Blends to review for the purpose of this post.

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  1. Toni Kitching
    21/03/2014 / 10:56 am

    The meatloaf pan…ugghhh takes forever to get that glass clean!

  2. Caroline
    21/03/2014 / 11:02 am

    After Cooking A Roast and Roasted Vegies its hard to get off the oil from the trays.

  3. Danni
    21/03/2014 / 11:03 am

    The outside bin!!! yuck!!!

  4. Matt
    21/03/2014 / 11:06 am

    Just recently our Miss 3 had a vomitting bug. As my wife whisked her off to put her under the shower I was left with the decontaminating and cleaning. Oh how I hated my wife at that very moment – just a little bit but it passed . Vomit + highchair + carpet mat = panicked Dad. So donning gloves I whisked the highchair outside, grabbed the hose and went to work. Then came the disinfectant in a spray bottle and a dry reaching Dad. The poor mat – I couldn’t bring myself to clean it, I ditched it straight into the bin.

  5. Narelle Rock
    21/03/2014 / 11:10 am

    the tops of the windows in my house, being only 5ft tall, there is always a dirty line up top that I just cannot reach!

  6. Jo kennedy
    21/03/2014 / 11:15 am

    Took our dog for a walk down the beach, and she rolled in dead squid, covered in squid ink and slime , the smell was beyond disgusting. I was dry reaching washing her.

  7. Jo
    21/03/2014 / 11:15 am

    the kitchen after hubby tried to be nice and cook dinner

  8. Nichole Mckee
    21/03/2014 / 11:16 am

    Under the BBQ, OMG that stuff is gross if it is let go, I didn’t even know Fat could get that far, a bit of elbow grease and degreaser and she’s come up Beaut.

  9. Anna M
    21/03/2014 / 11:31 am

    My Dads Jacket. I purchased it for him as a gift when I was 15 years old and he loved it. It was his special jacket and he wore it on those special occassions and I always felt so proud that he was wearing my jacket. When Dad passed away it was the one thing that i asked for. I simply wanted it to hang in my cupboard and on those days when i was missing him i could pop it on and it would be as if he was giving me a hug.
    I was so sad when the jacket arrived that it had been packaged and sent to me when i guess it was a little wet so it had started to mildew. I had to wash it which was something I didnt want to do. Part of me felt like i was washing him away.

  10. Kristen
    21/03/2014 / 11:32 am

    The grill pan!

  11. Tamara
    21/03/2014 / 11:34 am

    burnt pasta or cheese off a baking dish

  12. Nicole C
    21/03/2014 / 11:37 am

    Oven trays after my husband & kids cooked cooked me a dinner to be nice :/
    They made home made pizza’s and there was layers of food caked on the oven trays!
    They even managed to get topping in the bottom of the oven! I loved that they made me a meal but WOW they were messy lol

  13. Nicole geering
    21/03/2014 / 11:39 am

    Would love to win this looks like a great prize to win

  14. Bonnie Chandler
    21/03/2014 / 11:44 am

    has to be my stewing pot after Hubby has tried to cook and burnt everythin include my pots bottom

  15. Nicole
    21/03/2014 / 11:51 am

    The roast pork dishes, they are impossible and get washed threef to four times over before we are happy enothat they are clean

  16. Anne Marie Delaney
    21/03/2014 / 11:58 am

    Anything that has baked on cheese this must be one of the hardest things to get off of any baking dish especially those little bits that have burnt on while trying to get a nice cheesy crust which my family loves but I know what is in store for me trying to get the dish clean

  17. kristy mitchell
    21/03/2014 / 12:17 pm

    the hardest thing i have had to wash is burned apricot chicken sauce

  18. Nata
    21/03/2014 / 12:25 pm

    Burned pots and pans after Hubby’s cooking, washing them, never a pleasure or a moment to treasure.

  19. lara haynes
    21/03/2014 / 12:32 pm

    a dish after you cook with cheese like potato bake or pasta bake

  20. Corrie
    21/03/2014 / 12:42 pm

    The gutters on our roof, they got clogged up with debris, dirt, leaves and some rats! It was so gross!

  21. Nadine
    21/03/2014 / 12:45 pm

    A saucepan caked with burnt custard! Took a few days of soaking and scrubbing to get it clean!

  22. Tricia Leonard
    21/03/2014 / 2:09 pm

    My extremely lazy teenage son got a new computer desk a few months ago that has a sliding shelf. One day I was doing the dishes and I had a quick look in his room and found a collection of bowls and plates with baked on food hidden on this shelf. I was not amused.

  23. Olga
    21/03/2014 / 2:11 pm

    Oven tray after making Roasted Duck…too much fat and too hard to get rid of it.

  24. Jill Hamilton
    21/03/2014 / 2:24 pm

    The hardest thing was baked on Yorkshire puddings 🙂

  25. Trish W
    21/03/2014 / 2:32 pm

    Lasagne dish with baked on cheese and tomato sauce. Soaking in hot water was the only option, I just couldn’t shift the baked on food 🙁

  26. Robyn Harding
    21/03/2014 / 2:36 pm

    I would love to trial this product please..

  27. Sandi Giles
    21/03/2014 / 3:01 pm

    I was 12 (1983) with my grandma, bless her heart, making toffee which burnt & stuck to the pan. She had a steel spoon which the toffee stuck to as well, no matter how high you lifted the spoon it remained stuck, we tried a knife, no luck in fact not helping the case at all. Me being 12, grabbed a wooden spoon, made the situation even worse, I guess you could say we were in a rather sticky situation. I remember my grandma back then saying she only ever used Palmolive. It worked like wonders, from that moment I’ve used nothing else as I only trust Palmolive :). I do more thinking of my grandma whilst doing dishes, maybe it’s because I see the familiar bottle. 🙂

  28. Amanda
    21/03/2014 / 4:02 pm

    Once we moved into a house and the hardest thing to clean was the toilet, I swear the previous owner must have never cleaned it, lol, we tried scrubbing it with all sorts of things and it took ages to get rid of all the black muck, it was gross 🙁

  29. Cathy Stone
    21/03/2014 / 4:25 pm

    Hardest thing I have had to wash is trying to get rid of the baked on scum off the inside of the oven window…..Nightmare, tried everything to no avail, frustrates me to this day.

  30. Jessica pettitt
    21/03/2014 / 4:53 pm

    Love Palmolive and the way it suits my whole family… It is soft and soothing and leaves your hands feeling re-freshed and not dried out… 🙂 thank u palmolive 🙂

  31. tracey wiles
    21/03/2014 / 5:54 pm

    burnt toffee pot…not niceneedless to say the toffee was not a success.The pot and the spoon had to be replaced.

  32. Russ
    21/03/2014 / 5:55 pm

    My bbq is always a nightmare to clean because I leave it too long.Typical male hahahhaa.

  33. Jess Moon
    21/03/2014 / 5:56 pm

    Would love to win this..

  34. Renee Bolton
    21/03/2014 / 7:08 pm

    Have always loved this brand, great smell, and price.

  35. lyndel rowe
    21/03/2014 / 7:22 pm

    the hardest thing i have to wash is my exhaust fans in the kitchen,they get full of grease

  36. susan banyard
    21/03/2014 / 8:56 pm

    boiled potatoes that boiled dry in the pot, took me a few days of scrubbing to get it all off.

  37. Lynda Kibblewhite
    21/03/2014 / 9:02 pm

    These heavenly scents will take me to a place far more pleasant than washing dishes in the kitchen sink.

  38. Johanne Stone
    21/03/2014 / 9:36 pm

    The hardest thing i had to wash was burnt 2min noodles from answering the phone. Well my dish liquid didnt cut it, so i threw the pot out. Grrrrrr

  39. Charlotte
    21/03/2014 / 9:40 pm

    Yes, I am actually that dill who ironed interfacing with the sticky side facing up and got glue stuck all over the bottom of the iron! Had to wait for it to cool down and desperately try to wipe it off… and prolonged my sewing process by at least an hour! Sighhhh.

  40. jeannie
    21/03/2014 / 10:39 pm

    I hate washing the frypan after cooking the steak or chops that have been marinated I love my meat well done so it all sticks to the bottom of the pan

  41. Abby L
    21/03/2014 / 10:50 pm

    A handmade dress I bought for my daughter in Bali as the colours always run so it has to be done very carefully!

  42. Chloe
    21/03/2014 / 10:50 pm

    casserole dish, i accidentally burnt the casserole to smitherines and couldnt get it clean agian…. OOPSY! lolol

  43. Rachel K
    22/03/2014 / 1:37 am

    My husbands little anchovie dish. I hate the smell of it and don’t even want to use my sponge on it. I have to remind myself to unclench my teeth. Breathe in, breathe out! Be at one with the suds and pray for a dishwasher!

  44. Jenny shepherd
    22/03/2014 / 7:02 am

    I would love to try this washing up liquid. You might think I’m crazy. But since I am the only dishwasher in this house. Variety is the only fun I have. New scents would be delightful. I will keep my prune fingers crossed.
    Thanks for the opportunity

  45. Courtney
    22/03/2014 / 7:58 am

    the kitty litter tray when kitty had the runs 🙁

  46. Antonietta
    22/03/2014 / 9:33 am

    Doing the dusting, I can’t stand doing this chore! I use a wet cloth, so it’s great for a little while, but after an hour or so, well, those dust bunnies have multiplied again!

  47. Sonya
    22/03/2014 / 10:53 am

    The hardest thing I’ve had to clean is caked-on Weetbix off my dauhghter’s breakfast bowl after I’d found it in her room 2 days later…

  48. Debra Moody
    22/03/2014 / 11:35 am

    My stainless steel saucepan after I’ve cooked scrambled eggs in it, why do I always make that mistake its just so hard to clean.

  49. 22/03/2014 / 1:14 pm

    At the start of Summer, or it may have been Spring(cleaning), I cleaned our crusty, greasy and mouldy barbeque. I used lots of dish washing liquid that day!!
    Palmolive sounds delicious smelling, just what you want for the mundane job of doing the dishes 🙂

  50. Pernilla S
    22/03/2014 / 1:49 pm

    At Christmas time and other special occasions I made these caramel treats. I have to cook all the ingredients in the pan for about one hour. Then while it is still hot quickly poor them into what ever design I’m making at the time. It’s just when it cools down all the caramel is stuck everywhere on the pan. Almost impossible to clean off. I sometimes have to soak the pan for a couple of days before I can get it all off.

  51. Pauline Stacey
    22/03/2014 / 4:02 pm

    Melted cheese on a plate or after cooking macaroni and cheese gets in my spondge and makes a horrible sticky mess

  52. jeanette latter
    23/03/2014 / 1:28 am

    A pot that got burnt, was brand new and no not burnt by me.

  53. Belinda Moxey
    24/03/2014 / 9:52 am

    Its a tie between burnt on lasagna or all the grease and crispy bits from a roast dinner

  54. Stacey Shailer
    24/03/2014 / 1:49 pm

    Oh, definitely our black wheelie bin…especially after Christmas, when someone (aka hubby) put the prawn shells in there instead of the freezer, yuk!

  55. Lisa Jene
    24/03/2014 / 8:56 pm

    The cupboard under the sink is called “the death zone”. A mouse got in there, left droppings everywhere and then died. It took me two months to find the bravery (and buy the extra-heavy duty rubber gloves and face mask) to clean the cupboard.

  56. Charlotte L.
    24/03/2014 / 10:42 pm

    The frying pan after my teenage son uses it!

  57. Amanda Gorton
    25/03/2014 / 10:26 pm

    Burnt cake – it didn’t just stick to the tin it became part of the tin!

  58. Kathy Anne Storer
    25/03/2014 / 10:48 pm

    My saucepan that I burnt milk on the bottom of it to this day I still can’t get it off lol

  59. Christie Miller
    25/03/2014 / 10:56 pm

    The wall behind my daughters bed.
    I always wondered why it smelt funny in her room.. I change the sheets, checked under the bed. But for the life of me, I couldn’t find where the smell was coming from.
    Until one day, I pulled the bed out from the wall… And all over the wall… was painted ice cream, and squished banana! Eeeeew! Not a little.. A LOT! 🙁 I’ve banned her from having food in the room since! LOL

  60. 25/03/2014 / 11:10 pm

    While baking ans grilling ‘bak kwa’ or Asian pork jerky – I had forgotten to line the tray with baking paper – resulting in a unbelievably huge scrub work!!! Vowed to never be that forgetful again!!!

  61. Fiona
    26/03/2014 / 2:51 pm

    A dish after baked Lasagne, is enough to put me under, after a working week of stress, I need cleaning up finesse!

  62. christine morris
    26/03/2014 / 4:05 pm

    The hardest to clean is my my pots that have burnt with milk in them :0

  63. kim m
    26/03/2014 / 9:25 pm

    my husband’s manly weetbix rejects that sit at the bottom of his bowl for a week because I refuse to wash it if it’s not rinsed. But I end up washing them anyway, ironically when they are so hard that they stick like superglue to the dish!

  64. veronique pezeshki
    27/03/2014 / 1:13 am

    Red wine on my beautiful dress because of my drunk Bf who dropped his glass next to me, GRRRRRRRRRR men ….

  65. Kathryn
    27/03/2014 / 8:17 am

    The wire rack that sits on top of my Roasting Pan is my dishwashing nightmare!!The meat & veg always sag over the wires and get super hard, like baked on, then it takes me forever to scour each wire on the rack ready for the next roast.

  66. Cheryl Moulton
    27/03/2014 / 10:16 am

    I absolutely abhored cleaning the old ovens, where one had to spray toxic foam on, wait awhile whilst choking on the fumes and then don gloves and with piping hot water try to scrub off the grime which has accumulated over the months ugh!!

  67. Peter
    27/03/2014 / 10:34 am

    The hardest thing I’ve had to wash is bird poop of 3 days on the roof of my car because its hard to reach. Thanks

  68. SuzieLove
    27/03/2014 / 12:02 pm

    Lasagne with melted cheese if not cleaned asap will cause chaos in your kitchen.

  69. Kristy
    27/03/2014 / 8:04 pm

    The bottom of the saucepan if something has been burnt in it or a close second would be when my husband cooks steamed dim sims and doesn’t wash the pot straight away as the skin sticks to the bottom of the pot and it very hard to get off.

  70. Tutsi
    28/03/2014 / 9:24 am

    My daughters school bag. She left her banana in it and it went soft and because she crams everything in with no real attempt at being neat and tidy, the banana burst and spread all over her school book and lunch box and library bag. The bag STILL has the scent of Barney Banana (I’m showing my age here) running through it.

  71. Falon Downing
    28/03/2014 / 2:04 pm

    I always hate washing the lasagna dish! 🙁

  72. kelly evans
    29/03/2014 / 10:16 am

    It’s always hardest after my hubby cooks. He s seems to scorch the pans and greases up EVERYTHING!

  73. dierdre wilkinson
    29/03/2014 / 11:19 am

    just had house inspection and as I was cleaning the oven top I glanced at the
    tiles next to the stove and the grease and food was so hard to scrub off.
    without my glasses on it looked clean

  74. Lea white
    29/03/2014 / 3:03 pm

    It’s always about the roast pan…greasy dirty slimy. I’ve simple been put on doing roast for the family these days much to their disappointment.
    By the way I’ve just discovered this awesome face book page…where have you been all my face book life.

  75. Cecilia Warrick
    30/03/2014 / 10:17 am

    As the delivery guy backed out of the room dragging my dead dishwasher with him, I noticed to my horror there was a large pool of congealed grease on the floor where the dishwasher had died! Hoping to conceal the evidence before he returned I dived onto hands and knees and frantically scrubbed at the floor like a mad woman for five minutes, and thanks to my feverish elbow grease, by the time he returned from his truck, there was very little trace of the muck! Although I think he wondered why I looked so red in the face and had sweat on my brow…when he was the one who had done all the work!

  76. Jill-Anne
    30/03/2014 / 11:41 am

    Oh to drift off into the aromatherapy haze as I tackle the dastardly, devilishly dreary dirty pots and pans that don’t easily clean in the dishwasher!

  77. Belinda Bann
    30/03/2014 / 1:36 pm

    With 8 in my household, there are so many trays after a roast dinner and all are a pain to wash! With Palmolive Ultra divine blends, I can get through the trays in no time, whilst pretending I’m in a scented garden!

  78. Amanda Gorham
    30/03/2014 / 6:13 pm

    Modern Cloth Nappies! My well meaning work buddies thought they were saving me so much money- but having a premmie bubba who loved poo plosions it wasn’t easy keeping them clean!

  79. Tanya Smith
    30/03/2014 / 8:35 pm

    The grease on baking pans is tough!

  80. nicole larsen
    31/03/2014 / 10:06 am

    Baked on pasta bake with grated cheese

  81. rowena
    01/04/2014 / 8:58 am

    Dries roast oven trays!!!

  82. Tam
    01/04/2014 / 12:32 pm

    The egg rings are the worst! Especially when a certain someone doesn’t bother to rinse and it’s dry, stuck on egg to try and get rid of!

  83. sam greenwald
    01/04/2014 / 4:25 pm

    The cupboard under the sink is called “the death zone”. A mouse got in there, left droppings everywhere and then died. It took me two months to find the bravery (and buy the extra-heavy duty rubber gloves and face mask) to clean the cupboard.

  84. L Conroy
    01/04/2014 / 5:10 pm

    I often don’t hear the oven timer go off, so frequently I have to clean up charred on cheese or baking – and Palmolive is there for me everytime

  85. 03/04/2014 / 1:47 pm

    What has been the hardest thing you have had to wash and why? : anything that my daughter has used to cook, she loves cooking but boy-is-she-messy! The recent spag-bal was lovely, but the splashed sauce was stuck hard between the pot and the handle!

  86. Fiona McLennan
    04/04/2014 / 2:57 pm

    Good luck all 🙂

  87. Misti
    04/04/2014 / 5:55 pm

    One of my sons bottle that had somehow been knocked under a chest of draws and not found for 3 months!!

  88. Jacinta
    04/04/2014 / 7:12 pm

    Nothing beats the big bin, it’s the cleaning job you really don’t want to do!

  89. Jennah Wardrope
    04/04/2014 / 11:54 pm

    Yes please! Not that I love doing the dishes, but every little bit of help with the groceries these days is appreciated. have used Palmolive for years now.

  90. Tiarnah
    05/04/2014 / 11:20 am

    The cooking pot after being distracted from cooking by my son and forgetting about the boiling potatoes on the stove :/

  91. Tamara Lamb
    05/04/2014 / 4:31 pm

    Carpet in the backseat of the car when Mr 6 year old was car sick!

  92. Alicia
    06/04/2014 / 12:36 pm

    I always find bacon and eggs (fried) are always the hardest to get clean

  93. Rebecca
    06/04/2014 / 4:18 pm

    Tuscan meatballs that my partner has cooked in a pot on the bbq. it had burnt to the bottom and took 2 days of soaking and a wire brush to clean.

  94. Jennifer Robertson
    06/04/2014 / 8:22 pm

    Curried sausages. They are my favourite and so the dishes are hard to wash because I’d rather lick them clean.

  95. Charmaine Campbell
    06/04/2014 / 11:09 pm

    My neighbour made us a delicious dinner because we were all sick, and I was really careful to wash the casserole dish carefully, but I couldn’t get it clean. I think I washed it about 6 times before I was satisfied to take it back to her!

  96. jarree shelverton
    07/04/2014 / 2:13 pm

    The hardest thing I’ve had to wash out…. was my….”MOUTH”….. with lots of “SOAP”…..because I was naughty and…..”SWORE” in front of my mother……. “LESSON LEARNED”…

  97. Jo Craze
    07/04/2014 / 4:29 pm

    Greasy pans especially after I’ve cooked a roast pork so hard to get all the residue off

  98. Amy Peacock
    07/04/2014 / 6:41 pm

    Cheese sauce burnt into the bottom of a sauce pan. Considered just chucking the pot.

  99. Jessica Ashbrooke
    07/04/2014 / 7:48 pm

    Burnt sugar in a pot I just threw the pot couldn’t clean it

  100. Megan Higgs
    07/04/2014 / 8:45 pm

    Everything after hubby has cooked. He rarely cooks, but when he does he doesn’t do it by halves and makes a mess to equal his amazing food.

  101. Jess
    07/04/2014 / 9:07 pm

    The Roast chicken pan that got burnt in the oven… it took hours and hours of soaking 🙁

  102. Linda Courtney
    08/04/2014 / 12:31 am

    Cleaning pans from a roast dinner is never easy, but so much harder the next day.

  103. Tawhi Kirk
    08/04/2014 / 12:51 am

    The hardest thing,
    I’ve had to clean…
    My tennis whites!
    Stained grass green!

    A stubborn stain,
    That just won’t move.
    No matter what,
    I try to do.

    Stuck like cement,
    For a soak I missed.
    A tough lesson,
    I’ve learned from this.

    So up I gave.
    Lesson learnt by me.
    Stick to colours,
    They stay stain free!

  104. Becky Downey
    08/04/2014 / 7:27 am

    The scene of the GRIME is porridge. I never fail to burn it to the bottom of the pot.

  105. Symone Philippe
    08/04/2014 / 1:11 pm

    Not the baking pan or tray,
    Or even the wooden spoon,
    The hardest thing to wash away,
    Was the batter all over the room!

  106. Sharon Markwell
    08/04/2014 / 3:22 pm

    I was really crook recently throwing up while also on the loo. Washing that bucket out was a battle!

  107. marisa artico
    08/04/2014 / 5:24 pm

    my lasagna pan with pasta stuck on the edges it had to be soaked first but lasagna was yummy

  108. Barbara Fehmel
    08/04/2014 / 6:11 pm

    Everything that is sticky, also the sticky fingers the table, chair and benches.

  109. Valerie Wee
    08/04/2014 / 11:13 pm

    The color painting on my little girl’s clothing is very hard to wash even with the pre wash spray.

  110. Beenish
    09/04/2014 / 12:12 am

    The hardest cleaning thing ever was my oven BBQ tray,hubby made some beef kabab & put the tray back in the oven without washed I didn’t noticed until I opened the oven for next baking & the sticky beef was so tough to remove.

  111. Laura Scriven
    09/04/2014 / 10:43 am

    Lasagna is a pain,
    Scrubbing so hard it’s insane.
    Always a dish for overnight,
    An easy solution would be a delight.

  112. Natasha P
    09/04/2014 / 1:33 pm

    Garlic burned into the bottom of a saucepan!

  113. Samantha Y
    09/04/2014 / 3:06 pm

    When my delightful little girls thought they would do some teaparty baking in their cubby house.
    Mudpies took their delight!!
    So whilst merrily picking strawberry leaf for “strawberry leaf tea” they left their mudpies to back in the wonderful summer sun.
    Delightedly serving it up to mummy with mummy then discovering they had helped themselves to the kitchen baking trays with now baked on MUD (oh sorry yummy mudpies)

  114. Sandra P
    09/04/2014 / 5:19 pm

    Burnt pots after my husband cooks.

  115. Nicole Morris
    09/04/2014 / 10:06 pm

    my oven. its low and hard to reach in. covered in grime and mess. its super hard to clean

  116. Kate Dvornik
    09/04/2014 / 10:15 pm

    Definitely all the pots and pans my husband uses everytime he cooks and I mean ALL of them!

  117. Mad Mummas
    12/04/2014 / 8:42 pm

    Matt you are our winner!

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