Wash your dog in Vanish?

Posted: May 9, 2011 in General

it must be true I’ve seen it on television.


Have you seen the advert for Vanish Crystal White, it suggests it is alright to wash a dog in Vanish.

A woman in her entirely white bedroom is upset when her white dog leaves a not so white paw print on a white cushion. The narrator asks if the viewer leaves it to chance with just detergent, as the woman is seen placing the cushion in a washing machine with a roulette wheel for a door. She suggests that a scoop of Vanish Crystal White will get it white first time, and a demonstration shows this in action, before the woman is seen shampooing the dog.

Crystal White First Time

  1. Dave says:

    What type of dog is it in the ad?

  2. cave canem says:

    This is a totally irresponsible advert, just read the ingredients used in the product and google the chemicals. Many of the chemicals are harmful to animals.

  3. Fiona says:

    The dog looks like my dog – a Westie Bichon cross.

    • percyweller says:

      Is it crossed with a bottle of Vanish? I noticed the last showing of the Vanish advert had the dog wash clip replaced with some promotional offer.

  4. Padraic says:

    Well at least we know that it has been tested on animals, now I know how they get those little lab mice so white!

  5. Lilo says:

    On the image you’ve uploaded, there is a bottle that says Dog Shampoo!!!

  6. Hazel says:

    The advert has just been on here and there was no clip of the dog being washed in it….

    • percyweller says:

      Perhaps commonsense has prevailed at Vanish, sure as ‘eggs is eggs’ some kid somewhere in the world will stick their dog in a washing machine thinking it is safe to do so as they’ve seen it on the tv so it must be right.

  7. Walker says:

    He’s a Cairn terrier named Isaac

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