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Being the KEY to a safe laundry room is so important these days. There are too many things in the laundry room that cannot be good for a child or animal to get into.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), launched the KEY Pledge consumer safety education campaign in June of 2013. It is a multi-platform educational campaign that is aimed to help educate consumers and raise awareness surrounding the proper usage, storage and handling of liquid laundry packets.
This is what the campaign aims to educate people on:
1. Serious harm including accidental ingestion and eye exposure can occur if children get their hands on liquid laundry packets. Each laundry packet contains highly concentrated liquid laundry detergent and can cause serious injury if they end up in the hands and mouths of children.
2. The ACI urges parents and caregivers to re-evaluate their homes, particularly their laundry room and routine, to help ensure that children are safe. The ACI is dedicated to raising awareness and education to help protect children from laundry packet accidents. Together, we can make safety the number one priority.
3. The ACI encourages consumers to get involved, take action, and pledge to be the KEY to a safe laundry room and routine. You can take the KEY Pledge online at keypledge.com and follow ACI’s simple steps to be the KEY to your family’s laundry safety.
4. Educational materials, graphics and prevention tips are available on keypledge.com.
Who wants the chance to win a $2,500 gift card for a laundry room makeover? Yes you do!!
Just take ACI’s KEY Pledge to a safe laundry room and routine and be automatically entered into this sweepstakes!
You can find more information about the KEY Pledge campaign and sweepstakes entry here: http://www.cleaninginstitute.org/keypledge/
*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Ends on December 31, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Open to legal residents of 50 U.S., the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, 21 and older. Void where prohibited. For Official Rules, go HERE. Sponsor: American Cleaning Institute.
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