Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Win a Kids Carwash Kit

My children are desperate to earn some money of their own at the moment, they are always asking for jobs to earn a little money and the list of things they are saving for seems to be growing daily.  We give them tasks to complete to earn some pennies, usually things like tidying up or sweeping, and Vauxhall's recent survey showed that 36% of children are paid to wash cars.  

My boys are still a bit young to be send out to work (they can't quite reach the roof yet) but it is definitely something I will give them the chance to do in a few years and Vauxhall have created packs for young entrepreneurs who wan't to start up their own car washing franchise.


The Vauxhall Kids Carwash Franchise starter-pack gives you everything you need to start your own business, including:

  • Car-washing equipment – including a bucket, sponge and squeegee
  • A pop-up Kids Carwash sign to advertise your business
  • Kids Carwash business cards so you can drum up trade
  • A ‘How to’ guide to carwash like a pro
  • Kids Carwash badges
  • Fold your own money box, where you can collect your hard-earned cash.


I have teamed up with Vauxhall to offer 10 carwash kits to you guys so enter via the rafflecopter below! If anyone local to me wants to enter then that would be great as our car really needs a wash!



29 comments:

  1. I remember I used to wash up occasionly as a kid to earn 20p and if I helped my dad in the garden in summer he'd give us a pound!

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  2. How super cute is that although my husband would hate the kids to wash his car whereas mine is crying out for a wash!!!

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  3. i had a paper round :)

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  4. Aw love this. I used to help hoover or clean mums car and get 50p for it, or dust and hoover the house for extra pennies.

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  5. I used to o live washing Dad's car. I was so short though that it only got washed up to the windows

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  6. I did household things I wouldn't normally do and when I was old enough a paper round.

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  7. I earnt my money as a child by helping my dad on the farm.

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  8. I used to wash up after tea and hope that worked for a bit of pocket money

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  9. I used to wash up after tea and hope that worked for a bit of pocket money

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  10. Family friends had a shop and I worked there from quite a young age for extra money - unfortunately, jobs for those still at school really don't seem to exist much these days.

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  11. washing up and feeding and cleaning out the rabbits

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  12. I used to work in my parents' takeaway in the evenings and on weekends, as soon as I could reach I was serving customers and answering the phone. It was lucrative though as I was given very good pocket money. I saved a lot of it :)

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  13. By helping my mum put the washing on the line etc @bexallum on twitter

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  14. I did household chores, and gardening

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  15. I used to do the washing up.

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  16. I helped my mum do the polishing, hoovering and ironing for pocket money

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  17. I used to to the washing up to earn my pocket money.

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  18. I never received pocket money from my parents, but never really went without anything. I had to get a paper round to earn my own money.

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  19. I never had pocket money as a child, my dad always said he pays for my food and clothes so why should he give me money for helping out around the house I live in. I wasn't allowed to play out either so there was no way to earn money, just wait for Birthdays and Christmas for money from my nan. I do give pocket money to my kids as I feel it helps them to learn early budgeting skills, but they have to earn it by doing little chores.

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  20. Every sunday (weather permitting) I would wash my mums horrible looking rover LOL!!! I got £2 that was alot of money back in the 90's :)

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  21. I never used to get pocket money but my kids do by keeping their rooms clean and doing well all week at school

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  22. Doing extra chores around the house.

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  23. I didn't usually get pocket money. We were always given a little bit when we went on holiday and had to try not to spend it all in the arcades!

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  24. I did the washing up and peeled potatoes for some pocket money

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