Be a BOLD Mom (Break the Rules of White!)

Super whites makes me super happy! So I’ve always been a bleach girl,lol! I think I grew up believing a few things about bleach. One, it will kill any type of germ. TWO, it will “burn” through your clothes if you use to much and three. NEVER mix it with vinegar…which I learned the hard way:0)

Now that I have a family, I’m constantly trying to figure out away to make my dingy whites, whiter and brighter. To be honest, I LOVE the fact that bleach, can get my clothes super white, yeah, I lost a few blankets and sheets and shirts along the way, but HEY, the survivors where super BRIGHT…haha! So when I heard about the new Tide Vivid White Bright detergent I was eager to give it a try on my own at home whites. Anything that’s an alternative to bleach seems like a good idea, but I was always afraid I wouldn’t get the results I was looking for.

So after the typical laundry routine wash, dry, fold and repeat, I was super happy with the results! The best part was that nothing was ruined! WIN.


Tide VIVID Bleach

Bright whites around the house…

Brighter Whites

So spill it, how do you keep your whites nice and bright? We would love to know!

Tide Vivid White + Bright keeps whites brighter longer allowing you to break the rules of white. Learn more about Tide’s whiteness regimen by visiting DailyCandy

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tide. The opinions and text are all mine.


  1. Yipes! Tide & Bleach are some of the most horrible things you can use! On your clothes, in your home and around your family! My mom’s doctor told her those exact products were the reason why she developed Fybromyalgia & Lupus. The first things he told here were to rid your home of toxins ASAP!

    I’m super anal about my clothes being white & clean too. Like OCD about it. So I totally know what you mean.

    Thankfully I found a completely nontoxic/chemical free detergent that costs MUCH less and it actually works FAR better than ANYTHING out there! (Trust me. I’ve tried them all!) And I’m not a believer in “homemade” laundry soap either. We use Melapower from Melaleuca, plus everything else they have, we use too. It’s $16.99 for one bottle, does 96 loads and lasts my family of 4, 4-5 months!

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