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We love game day around here. With my husband and two boys rooting for three different teams it’s definitely an event.
On game day my husband wears the DIY Best Dad Ever game day tee my kids made him for Father’s Day. It’s a white super soft tee painted with fabric paint to look like a jersey and says “Greatest Dad” on the front. It’s very easy to make and can be customized to say what best describes your recipient. This is the tee my husband wears on big game day. It’s super soft, comfy and has sentimental value.
Because it’s white and he wears it so often, it’s prone to get stained, but I’ve been able to keep it looking like new all football season long with Persil® ProClean® laundry detergent from Walmart. Persil laundry detergent with it’s powerful, stain fighting formula helped removed my wing sauce stain. This laundry detergent truly stands up to life’s messy moments and keep my whites bright.
If my husband happens to get a stain on his tee, I immediately wash it as normal with Persil laundry detergent and help the stains come out. With this being a white tee, those are often harder to keep bright white, but that’s not been a problem. This laundry detergent gives my clothes the premium clean I can see, smell, and feel in my clean laundry. I use Persil® laundry detergent in my HE washer, but it can be used in all machines.
Persil doesn’t just clean my clothes and that’s it. It’s 10 Dimensions of Clean keeps my clothes visibly clean, smelling fresh, and feeling soft. So before creating your DIY Best Dad Ever Game Day Jersey pick up Persil to add to your laundry routine.
DIY Best Dad Ever Game Day Jersey Tutorial
- Tape off a sections 1 inch apart on each sleeve. Lay three strips of tape across the bottom of the shirt 1 inch apart.
- Paint the space between the tape on the sleeve and the space between the tape at the bottom of the shirt. Allow it to dry completely. Flip the shirt and repeat the step for the sleeve on the back of the shirt. Allow it to dry completely.
- Peel away the tape once the paint is dry and begin placing your iron on letters where you want them on the shirt. Iron them on per the package instructions.
- Once the shirt has cooled for 10 minutes, it’s ready to wear.
Did you see how simple it was to create this DIY #1 Dad Game Day Jersey? My husband has had his for about six months now and it’s still bright white with the help of Persil laundry detergent for keeping it clean all football season.
Look for Persil on the laundry aisle at Walmart.