Oreduce sponsor Warlingham RFC Mini’s Tour


Warlingham RFC Tour Shirt 2016

We’re very proud to be supporting local team, Warlingham RFC as the Mini’s go on tour and rise to The Tigers Challenge!

This weekend they will be in Minehead, Somerset, at the Butlins resort.  We have a very special promotion on at the moment which is exclusive to Warly members – we encourage you to check with the club for details.

Keep checking social media for updates on the tour at the following channels:

Twitter: @mightywarl @warly-dad @oreduce @TigersChallenge

#starwarly #warlyfamily 

Psst… Friday night sees the unveiling of the front of the shirt….!

About The Tigers Challenge:

250 mini and junior rugby teams of all abilities and 10,000 people set to join us, the Tigers Challenge is the biggest youth rugby festival of its kind in the UK.

The Tigers Challenge is a professionally organised rugby festival that brings U7-U15 boys teams and U13 & U15 girls teams together for a fantastic weekend of rugby and fun. Supported by Leicester Tigers and staged at Butlins award winning resorts in Minehead, Somerset and Bognor Regis, West Sussex, there’s nowhere better to take your team on an action packed end of season tour.

You can read more about this great festival at The Tigers Challenge website.

Special note about wet items

Before treating an item and placing it in the Oreduce bag it is important to ensure that it is dry or only very slightly damp.  If it is too damp then the product may become mouldy in the bag.

The special permeability of the bag effectively allows odours to be released but also keeps the spray in.  It will allow some moisture out of the bag but if the contents are wet, or too damp, condensation could occur that may lead to mould.

If you wish to place wet items in the Oreduce bag, for example a swimming costume or wetsuit, in order to transport them home without them smelling worse or adding odour to your other gear, this is absolutely fine – however, before treating them with Oreduce Spray or storing them it is essential to dry them as far as possible.