Monday, March 7, 2011

Robby Wash - Giveaway

Product - Robby Wash

Company - Oransi

Price - $32.95

Looking for a "green" laundry product that will help save money and the environment? Oransi presents Robby Wash! It is a cute ball shaped item that you just toss into the washing machine with your laundry. It was invented in France and has French instructions on the packaging! [Not to worry, there are also instructions in English.]

Robby Wash is hypoallergenic, highly efficient, and has a fresh scent. The company describes the safety of this product:

"Designed in France to meet the strict compliance requirements of the Europe and contains no phosphates or chlorine.  The Robby Wash ball has received safety certifications from REACH, RoHS.  Each ball is made of durable ABS materials."

The Robby Wash ball is designed to last, on average, for 12 months - or up to 120 wash loads.  It also comes with a Free Stain Stick.

The Giveaway 

How would you like to win your very own Robby Wash? I have one available for a giveaway. All you have to do is leave me a comment telling me your favorite laundry tip.

One random winner we be selected on Thursday, March 10, 2011. (U.S.  Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winner within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be selected. Your entry is only valid if you include a way for me to contact you. 

This contest is closed. The winner is - Jodi

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Laura Lane said...

As you fold laundry, look for tears stains and loose seams. Discard those things you need to discard and put the other things in your mending basket to fix on mending day.


Vickie said...

Favorite laundry tip huh? Assign each bedroom a laundry day. This eliminates or reduces the sorting and which pair of socks go where. The persons in that room (provided they are old enough) are to fold and put away their own laundry.

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Jill said...

My favorite laundry tip is that when I buy a new box of dryer sheets, I immediately use a pair of scissors and cut the sheets in half and then put them back in the box. Half a sheet is all that is needed so they last twice as long. Oh and towels and jeans don't even need a dryer sheet, so they last even longer.

Susan said...

My favorite tip: have a "landing spot" for the laundry to go when it leaves the dryer, so you can fold it right away. Otherwise I'm surrounded by mountains of laundry. It only takes a few minutes to fold a load (but loads of minutes to fold several), and it's easy to fit it in while you are waiting for something else (like your tea to brew).

Our Homeschool Reviews said...

Hmmm, a tip....don't let it pile up so bad that your hubby gets! Ok, that may not be helpful.

Amber said...

If you forget about a load and it sits in the washer, it will often get a mildewy smell. Just rewashing it with detergent will not often get rid of the musty smell. All you need to do is run the load through again only this time pour a little white vinegar in with the detergent. Takes the mildew smell right out.

Also, a money-saving tip - fabric softener sheets can be used for more than one load. I use mine on average three times before getting a new one.

Anonymous said...

we can reduce our laundry each week by Not wearing something only once and then tossing it in the dirty clothes basket.

Kathy said...

I love having a place to fold clothes and/or hand them immediately out of the dryer. I have a rack in my utility room. I collect hangers from various rooms each laundry day to hang ready for clothes. I also have found that I can use my chest freezer for folding. If I fold or hang right out of the dryer the clothes look nicer and I know that job is done.

Penny said...

Once or twice a month we run our towels through the wash with 1/2 cup of vinegar or lemon juice added to the detergent and then we hang them outside to dry. This keeps them fresher smelling, longer. I also don't use fabric softener in my towels; so, they are more absorbent.

Thanks for the giveaway.


Jodi said...

My favorite laundry tip is to use Dawn dish soap to remove grease stains! :) Thanks!

Anonymous said...

The first and only time so far that I made laundry detergent, I only had Irish Soap for the soap to be grated in. It was a big hit, specially with my hubby who loved the smell of the clean clothes that came out. Hope that helps, ot at least amuses. ^_^


Unknown said...

Vinegar is a great fabric softener! And it's chemical free!!

Amber Pennington said...

I have found a really good homemade laundry soap. And for my fabric softner I use vinegar and a damp wash cloth with essential oil. It gives the laundry a little scent without chemicals.

Rebecca Knox said...

Here's my favorite powdered laundry soap recipe:

2 cups finely grated Fels Naptha soap
1 cup 20 Mule-Team Borax
1 cup Arm and Hammer Super Washing Soda

Mix and store in a coffee can or what have you. Use 1 to 2 tablespoons per load.

Kristy said...

As I do my laundry, I sort out the clothes that need mending, donating, are too small for my girls, etc. Then, I don't have to do it again!

Dawn Terrell said...

I, too, use homemade laundry detergent. If things get left in the dryer and get wrinkled, we put in a damp washcloth for about 10 minutes to de-wrinkle the load.
Dawn T.