Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Smelly Washer Review + Giveaway












     Smelly Washer is a wonderful cleaning product that will clean your washer and towels! It'll knock out your mildew, fungus, and odor smells right out! Sounds amazing, doesn't it? It is really amazing! I have never heard of a washer cleaner in my life so I'm guilty of never washing my washer before! Another horrible thing is the washer I use now was already in the home before I moved here! I wish I would have known about this cleaner when I moved in so I could have cleaned my washer from the start! It would have really eased my mind!


Here are some causes of mildew or odor smell in your washer:

 - Overuse of detergents
- Using Fabric softener
- Using only cold water
      - Non-use of the appliance










     I will admit I am one to wash clothes and then totally forget about the clothes until they are almost dry. By that time, they smell nasty and I have to wash them over again. I'm hoping I'm not the only one that has short term memory loss and forget about my wash at times! I'm so glad to review Smelly Washer because now I will turn to Smelly Washer to help take away the smells that can come from mold and mildew!

     I was happy to have Smelly Washer ask me to review there Smelly Washer Cleaner! I was impressed right from the start when I received the bottle! I loved that the instructions on the bottle were super easy to follow! I'm one who LOVES the easiest instructions possible. The first step to do is clean your washer which you do by using hot water and a capful of this product. You let the washer run for 2 minutes and then let the water soak over night. The next morning you let it run and then presto, your washer is clean!

  To wash your towels you add a capful of Smelly Washer to the water and towels/clothes.  You then let the washer run for 2 minutes. After that you stop the washer and let your towels/clothes sit for 2 hours. You then complete the cycle and wash with regular detergent afterwards. Put your towels in the dryer and then be impressed by the smell of your towels afterwards! They smell wonderful when done!

     This product worked wonderful and it came in a powdered-like detergent! A little bit of this cleaner will go a long way because each use is just a capful of this product. The bottle will last for 24 treatments which is great! I've never smelled my towels so clean and fresh before. Paul even smelled them and he thought they had a great smell. I look forward to trying this cleaner on other clothes or blankets that may need some help in the future!

     Thanks to  Smelly Washer Cleaner, I now have a clean washer and fresh clean towels!

I recommend this product to you!






      Watch this video for more information on Smelly Washer!




     BUY IT! Visit Smelly Washer to learn how to purchase this product for $16.99.





GIVEAWAY


Thanks to Smelly Washer, one of my lucky winners will win a bottle of Smelly Washer!





MANDATORY ENTRY



1. Visit Smelly Washer and tell me something you learned while visiting there (1 entry)





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8. Follow me on Twitter and tweet this giveaway (You may tweet daily)

You may copy and paste this:

@natdey Win a bottle of Smelly Washer to knock out mildew & mold smells (ARV $16.99) http://bit.ly/cd6z5y Ends 4/29 #giveaway Open to US/CAN




Giveaway will end on 4/29/10



Winner will be chosen by random.org and will be e-mailed. Winners have 48 hrs. to respond to my e-mail or another winner will be chosen! I will also announce the winner on my blog!


Open to US and Canada



I received a product in order to do an honest review. All opinions are solely my own. Others may have different opinions.  I did not receive monetary compensation for writing this post. Many thanks to Smelly Washer for letting me review and giveaway their product!




135 comments:

Jennifer said...

I learned that a 4′x4′ cement board or thicker plywood can be placed under the washer to make it stable

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Katrina said...

I learned I need this! And the smelly towel cleaner.. my towels always have a faint smell...

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Anne J said...

I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn't harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

trishden said...

Hello, I learned that you can Save money on appliance repair bills by safely and easily cleaning your dirty clothes washer. Thanks for a great giveaway.

sweepmom said...

I learned that the two leading causes of smelly washers are to much detergent use and liquid fabric softener.

Jennifer L. said...

I learned that dryer sheets can be overused and cause towels to be less absorbent and to retain odor. (I had no idea about this!)
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Valerie said...

I learned that cleaning your washing machine is even something that I should be doing! It never even occured to me, lol. They can be cleaned with vinegar or baking soda added to an empty load.

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Jen Michouris said...

I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner is the only all natural washing machine cleaner available.

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Vicki said...

I learned that you should leave the washer door ajar for a few hours after taking clothes out. This will let the water that is puddled under the seal evaporate.

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Elphie said...

I learned how to clean lint from a stinky washer.
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Rebecca said...

I learned that Affresh, a product I had heard of, was tested by a TV show investigator and didn't do much but Smelly Washer did a much better job and seemed to work great.

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Jayne said...

I learned that the smell could be caused by fabric softener.
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Steph and Brady said...

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Sue E said...

I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn't harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

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Karmah said...

I learned that too much detergent can lead to smelly washer. Which my husband is SO guilty of!


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Domestic Diva said...

I learned that the two major causes of smelly washers are using too much detergent and fabric softener.

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Jackie said...

I learned that they sell it in the Ace Hardware near my home!
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I learned you can buy it at ace hardware

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Finding Time for Mom said...

I learned that using cold water isn't always best (news to me!!)

"Using cold water is fine but makes preventive maintenance very important. A weekly hot soak will dissolve residue not dissolved by cold water. This is a perfect chance to soak soiled dishrags, etc. "

This is good information to know because they are always telling you to wash in cold because it's more environmental, etc.

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ChristiS said...

I learned that lint also needs to be cleaned out of the washer!

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ESAVINGSBLOG said...

I learned that it is guaranteed to eliminate odor!

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I learned that it's sold at Ace Hardware, and there is one near me :)

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FDP 4 Life said...

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Domestic Diva said...

Using too much detergent can cause a smelly washer.

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idahomom said...

Front load washers have a tendency to smell because of overuse of detergent.

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Kristen said...

I learned that using cold water contributes to washer smell and mildew!

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Shellie said...

I learned that you can use this in your dishwasher vut it's not cost effective. Better to use vinegar.
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kathy pease said...

The main cause of front load or top load stink is the overuse of detergents. Generally, we’re only removing sweat and perfume from our clothing so it’s necessary to use very minimal amounts. This is especially important if using liquid detergent or if there is a water softener in the home. With a water softener present use less than 1 tablespoon of detergent unless washing soiled dishrags, diapers,etc. Municipally supplied water may be treated before it gets to your home. The best way to know is to either have your water tested for hardness or test it yourself with test strips available at hardware or appliance parts stores. Even without soft water using much less detergent is necessary.

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Betty C said...

I learned that the FDA claims that shampoos, detergents, deodorants, creams, soaps and other cosmetic products are not absorbed by the skin. Many health officials disagree with this stance.

Sahm Lee said...

I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner is the only all natural washing machine cleaner available. Very cool! Thanks for the contest!
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sachidewey said...

I learned that you should use less than 1 Tbsp of detergent if you have a water softener.

lilyk said...

I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn't harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

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Gianna said...

Two major causes of smelly washers are using too much detergent and fabric softener.

Molly said...

use less than 1 tablespoon of detergent unless washing soiled dishrags, diapers,etc.

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