Thursday, March 19, 2009

Nature's Source Cleaner Coupon Giveaway

Are you getting into spring cleaning mode like me? I was happy to be able to try out this new line of cleaning products by SC Johnson. The Nature's Source cleaners really appeal to me because they are natural & safe for the environment. Made with 99% natural & naturally derived ingredients. The cleaning agent is derived from coconut & palm kernel oils. They are free of ammonia, bleach & phosphorous. Not tested on animals & packaged in recyclable bottles.

They clean really well & smell great...and I feel good about using these products around my family.

I have three coupons to giveaway for a free nature's source cleaner of your choice. Just leave me a comment on this post & I'll choose 3 winners on Monday. If you feel like sharing a green tip for us all, that would be great as well!

16 comments:

Lori said...

that would be nice!!! i would love to try something new and green! I am trying to push that around here! Mister Potts claims I want to keep trash under the sink but I call it recycling!

cbhoff said...

Lately I've been really cautious about chemicals where as before I thought, the more toxic the better job it would do. I would love to try this! Fingers crossed.

JMillerFam said...

Hey girl-Ironically I was JUST cleaning my house when I took a break and hopped on your blog...With a new baby on the way, I am so much more careful about what chemicals are on high-traffic surfaces, floors, and bathrooms. I will probably pick one up whether I win or not! Thx for the tip, friend!

Keri said...

I, too, would love to try this. Even if I don't win, I'll probably buy some, since I just used the last of my cleaner yesterday.

Rachel said...

I would love to try this!

Lots of tips on going green on my blog - www.rachelcox.blogspot.com

...including directions for making your own homemade (green) cleaner, laundry detergent (for a penny a load!) and dish detergent

Anonymous said...

I would love to go green as I clean! So nice to see "green" products being put in mass production by big-name companies!

Elena
elenaamble@yahoo.com

Monica said...

great giveaway!

Mohlman Family said...
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Mohlman Family said...

can't wait to start cleaning!
reese_16@hotmail.com

chanel said...

sweet! i love me some natural cleaners!
my tip? green goes with everything!

gina said...

nice. can't wait to give it a try...when i win. hee hee.

janaepew@gmail.com said...

This looks like a fabulous cleaner!

Sharna said...

I'll have to look for these in the store!

wrightfamily said...

I have seen that commercial, but it's always great to know someone who has tried it. Thanks!

Karen said...

I use lemon juice and vinegar a lot and would love to try this one.

Candace Prosser said...

I have been trying to clean green as often as possible. I still keep bleach around for those stubborn jobs and really gross things like when my son spewed all over the bathroom floor or my potty training daughter had stomach problems. Blech. I have used alcohol or peroxide in some situations to replace bleach, but I have inadvertently use alcohol on items whose surface was not alcohol friendly.

I love baking soda, salt, and vinegar.

Baking soda goes into every laundry load along with borax, vinegar into the rinse instead of fabric softener. I have an indoor and outdoor clothes line for laundry and diapers.

Salt and baking soda for scouring depending upon how tough the job needs to be.

Baking soda sprinkled onto my hair and rubbed into my scalp once a week before washing to remove product and shampoo buildup. rinse with apple cider vinegar as a natural softener if you want to have lots of body conditioner free.

Baking soda as a mild facial scrub and apple cider vinegar as a toner.

Because green cleaning should also include our bodies.

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