When it comes playing baseball, my son gives 120% effort. He puts his heart and soul into the game and it shows when he is on the field.
And when I have to deal with washing his uniform.
This past season the team he was on actually had black uniforms and I was so exciting thinking they would be less likely to get dirty. Nope. Dirt is dirt, especially when you have a habit of sliding into bases just because you feel like it. I swear he does it because he thinks it’s funny that I have to clean his uniform.
And when he does get dirty, it’s usually from head to toe.
I have no idea how he gets dirt on his head!
But he’s never found it very difficult to get dirty when he plays outside.
Summer is full of opportunities for kids to get filthy but thankfully Maytag laundry understands that families need powerful and dependable laundry machines that can handle anything and everything you throw at them.
5 Outdoor Activities For Kids to Have Fun While Getting Dirty
- Dip sidewalk chalk in water to create more vibrant and spreadable colors. And more of a mess!
- Put a bag of dirt in a large plastic container and add water. Let them build “mud castles”!
- Bury some plastic toys in a dirt pile and have kids “dig for fossils”.
- Take a hike in the rain.
- Have a water balloon toss but fill the balloons with shaving cream or colored water.
Maytag has been trusted in American homes for decades and is the official washer and dryer of MLB. Their newest Top Load Washer and Dryer can handle all of the dirt, filth and messes that are an everyday part of family life.
#MyFilthiestPlay Filthiest Plays of the Week Contest
Maytag wants to see your filthiest messes. Whether they were made by sliding, diving, or any number of every day mess creating opportunities, Maytag washer and dryers can handle all of your filthy stains.
Prizes include: weekly prizes plus a Maytag Top Load Washer and Dryer pair and a trip to the MLB World Series!
Starting on August 3rd, ball players of all ages will be able to upload photos or videos of their sliding, diving or just “filthy plays” using #MyFilthiestPlay on Twitter or Instagram.
For contest details visit: Filthiest Plays of the Week
What was your child’s #MyFilthiestPlay? Share a link to your photo in the comments below!
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