Monday, June 6, 2011

GIVEAWAY! Natural Laundry Soap ~ Soap Nuts


Soap what?!
You heard me.
Nuts.
From a tree.
They will clean your clothes in the... cleanest way.
I should be a salesman, I tell you.

I received a bag of these last month and have absolutely loved them.  It's green.  It's crunchy.  It's effective.  And talk about no packaging!  Think about the bulky containers laundry soap comes in.  Now look at the picture above.  Once you've washed about six loads with four of these nuts in the cute bag provided (you get about 20 nuts in a sample bag), the nuts are ready to be composted.  No waste, folks!  I can't tell you how happy this makes me.  Also, these nuts are...

 BABY & H.E. SAFE!

Soap nuts produce very little suds, so they are perfect for your High-Efficiency washing machine.  They are also fragrance, dye, and additive-free, and they are 100% hypo-allergenic; perfect for baby's soft skin.

Want to see for yourself?  Nutz4Soap has graciously offered to give away SIX sample bags of soap nuts to my beautiful readers!  There are oh so many ways to enter:

HOW TO ENTER:

Leave a separate comment at the end of this post for each entry.  You must leave a comment answering the question for the mandatory entry before being eligible for extra entries.  After that, you have 6 possible extra entries to better your odds of winning.

Mandatory Entry: Visit Nutz4Soap and come back and tell me what other uses soap nuts are good for besides cleaning laundry.

Extra Entries: Leave a separate comment for each extra action you take for more entries.
The giveaway begins Monday, June 6, 2011 at 10:00 am PST and ends Friday, June 10, 2011 at 3:00 pm, PST.  Winners will be chosen through random.org and announced in a new post on this blog Saturday morning, June 11, 2011.

92 comments:

  1. you can use Soap nuts liquid to clean other things like sinks, toilets, bathtubs, etc.

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  2. i visited the site and it is cool to see they can be made into a liquid to use as an all purpose cleaner. i would love to try them out and see how they work.

    my recent post: you do not have to get divorced

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  3. i already like riddlelove on facebook.

    my recent post: you do not have to get divorced

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  4. "Use a mixture of salt, baking soda and soap nuts liquid to use as a scrub that is safe for glass, porcelain, non-stick pans and your stove top"

    that's great!

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  5. I liked Nutz4Soap on Facebook.

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  6. I already have "liked" Riddlelove on Facebook

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  7. I subscribe to Riddlelove RSS feed.

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  8. I shared this link on Facebook! =)

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  9. You can make liquid soap and put it in a spray bottle to clean your countertops - which I would love to do!

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  10. I've liked Nutz4Soap on Facebook!

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  11. I've liked Riddlelove on Facebook

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  12. I'm following riddlelove on Twitter (@alszambrano)

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  13. I already subscribe to riddlelove's RSS feed via my google reader

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  14. I tweeted the suggested tweet @alszambrano

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  15. I've shared your link on facebook (can anyone guess how very much i'd like to give these little soapnuts a try? there's no way i'll get the hubby to go along with it without a sample first!)

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  16. I "liked" nutz4soap on facebook. These sound so cool!

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  17. I also put a link on my facebook to the giveaway.

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  18. you can use soapnutz as a liquid or all purpose cleanser, plus you can toss the used ones into your house pants or composting bin.

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  19. I had to post anonymously above because it would not let me post after signing in with my google account...hmmm. Anyhow my google e-mail is everymomentofeveryday@gmail.com

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  20. I liked soapnutz on facebook :o)

    everymomentofeveryday@gmail.com

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  21. I had previously liked riddlelove on facebook :o)

    everymomentofeveryday@gmail.com

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  22. You can use them for a all purpose cleaner! Awesome!

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  23. I follow you on Twitter! BTW - I think what you are doing is amazing and totally awesome! Great job! You really inspire me

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  24. You can make a liquid out of the soap nuts and use it as a general cleaner. Cool!
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  25. I like you on facebook (and in real life ;)

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  26. I liked Soap Nuts on facebook.
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  27. I liked Riddlelove on Facebook.
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  28. I've always wanted to try these. Soapnuts... good for cleaning.

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  29. I like Riddlelove on FB. :-)

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  30. I can mix it with my baking soda scrub. Yay!

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  31. I 'Like' riddlelove on facebook

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  32. I am (have been and still am) subscribed to your rss feed (loving it btw).

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  33. Soap nuts can be used as a general all purpose cleaner-what I really like is all natural and environmentally friendly

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  34. I follow Riddlelove on Fb

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  35. I like Nutz4soap on Faceboook

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  36. I subscribe to riddlelove's feed

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  37. They can be used to make a liquid which you can use if you would rather have a liquid laundry detergent or as an all purpose cleaner.

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  38. I am subscribed to your feed.

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  39. Use it to make liquid soap!

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  40. "A great way to get rid of soap scum without harsh chemicals: wet the entire area and sprinkle with baking soda. Spray with vinegar and let it soak in for a few minutes (it bubbles!), then get a scrub brush and start scrubbing!"--Nutz4Soap

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  41. I had only ever heard of soap nut being used for laundry, so I found it interesting to learn they could be used to clean many other household jobs

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  42. I'm subscribed to your feed, because I don't do Facebook or Twitter.

    My friend boils her used soapnuts to get all the soap out of the shells, then dilutes it to spray on her plants to kill pests. Works like a charm!

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  43. Now for the mandatory tip from Nutz4Soap:

    Use a mixture of salt, baking soda and soap nuts liquid to use as a scrub that is safe for glass, porcelain, non-stick pans and your stove top.

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  44. They are great for getting rid of everyday dirt and grime, and especially effective of getting rid of odors! :)

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  45. I "liked" you on facebook! :)

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  46. I "liked" Nutz4Soap on facebook toooo!

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  47. Oh AND I am following you on Twitter. Riddlelove mania! :) I wanna win these babies!

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  48. I liked Nuts4Soap on Facebook. ;D

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  49. I liked you on Facebook, Riddlelove. XXOO

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  50. SoapNuts are good for sensitive skin!

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  51. I never heared of this! I want to try them for washing my pet "kids". I have a giant dog and a cat! Well and of course everything else that was suggested!

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  52. I just subscribe to your feedburner! Love your site!

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  53. I "Like" Nutz4Soap on Facebook

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  54. I already "Like" Riddlelove on Facebook

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  55. I Follow Riddlelove on Twitter

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  56. I Subscribe to Riddlelove's feed

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  57. I posted link on my facebook! Oh happy day!

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  58. They are an all-purpose household cleaner.

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  59. I "liked" you on Facebook.

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  60. I "liked" Nutz4soap on FB.

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  61. I started following you on Twitter. :)

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  62. I tweeted the contest on twitter.

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  63. Hi,
    I subscribed, and liked Soap Nutz on face book and Riddle love on Facebook!
    Is that three entries???
    Love this idea... how cool!
    Deb

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  64. The soap nutz are interesting!

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  65. Looks like soap nuts can be used to clean just about anything you might clean with soap! I think it would be fun to try it on the dishes.

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  66. I'm following riddlelove on twitter.

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  67. I didn't see it on their website but I've heard that you can make a shampoo with them similar to the liquid recipe they had.

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  68. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/giggedygeekmum/status/79268766608916480

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  69. Soap nuts can be used to clean the toilet.

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  70. I'd love to try to make them into a liquid and use that to clean dishes!

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  71. All purpose cleaning of course! :) I really didn't know that before. But, I've always wanted to try soap nuts!

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  72. Whoops, just realized I'm totally late for this contest.

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  73. Oooh just a few years too late ;) I love using soapnuts though, they are a blessing!

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