Keep Germs Away this Thanksgiving with this Cleaning Tip + A Gain #Giveaway

Thanksgiving is a fun time of year.  Our family from Kentucky drives down to stay at my mom’s house and we all congregate at her house for a few days.  We enjoy food, play games, and clean up messes.

Gain Lemon Zest dish soap This year there is a little snafu in the ‘perfect Thanksgiving picture’ that has made me put more thought into how to keep germs from spreading through the house while the kid’s cousins are visiting with us.  My son had an emergency appendectomy Monday, was released from Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital Tuesday, and will be at risk of picking up a virus easily for the next week or so.  This is frightening for me because we will be around his young cousins and sister who, being the young kids they are, aren’t known for being hygenically inclined.

That’s where this Thanksgiving Cleaning Tip comes in handy..

Great for dishes and keeping hands clean, Gain’s Lemon Zest Antibacterial Hand Soap Dishwashing Liquid is a must in any home where germs could be spread.   During Thanksgiving gatherings, there’s no telling how many germs will be clinging to furniture, cabinets, sinks, toys, etc.. keeping an antibacterial soap nearby such as Gain’s Lemon Zest Antibacterial dish soap, will ensure that kids and adults are able to keep their hands clean and hopefully keep the germs away!


Win a 10 Gain Coupons (valued at $10) and a bottle of Gain antibacterial hand and dishwashing soap!

5 winners will receive 10 coupons and a bottle of Gain hand and dishwashing soap.

BONUS ENTRIES FOR EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN

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Giveaway ends 11/30/2012 at 11:59 PM EST. The winner will be chosen at random by random.org. Entrants must be 18 or older and located in the US only. All entries must be properly recorded in the comments to count. Winner will be notified via email and must respond within 24 hours. If winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen and notified.

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Other fabulous bloggers are sharing their Thanksgiving tips too!
(You can enter for more Gain giveaways on their blogs, too.)

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Disclosure: I am participating in a paid Gain blogger campaign. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

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