Monday, April 23, 2012

Shaklee's H2 Cleaner| Review & Giveaway.

Drew has often said that I have more household cleaning products than anywhere he's ever seen. And I'm not going to lie... the statement is more true than false. I guess it's good that I have a deep love for cleaning (well, if I'm honest it's probably more along the lines of a love/hate relationship these days). Considering my obsession with cleaners, it was a no-brainer on saying yes when Katie asked me if I would do a review of Shaklee's Basic H2 Cleaner. Of course I said YES!

Now, in full disclosure, I should probably tell y'all that I'm not a complete "green clean" person. I always say that I wish we were millionaires so that I could afford living organically as much as possible. If you've seen the price tag of cleaners/soaps/produce/food that is organic and "green", you'll know what I'm talking about. Most average American families just can't afford the large sum of money it takes to live green. Which is so sad in my opinion. So our family, we try where we can, but then I just pray that the Lord will protect us where we can't. I was so excited to find out that Shaklee's Basic H cleaner is not only affordable, but a fraction of the cost of your normal household cleaners. An affordable, green way to clean my house? Yes please! And just so you don't have to take my word for it, here's a little cost comparison sheet that Katie made for me. The proof is in the pudding... or the cute little chart (although, if it were in the pudding, you could always just clean it off with Shaklee's Basic H :) ).


Katie dropped off the cleaners at my house about 2 weeks ago. Since that time I've been using the cleaner to clean up some of the common spills and messes that the boys typically leave behind. You have no idea how nice it is knowing I don't have to worry if something is dry now, or if the boys will get in the spray. This was especially helpful when I needed to clean the windows. Don't know about you, but if you have little munchkins running around your house your windows probably look something like this...




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I know. It's gross. But it's life, so I'll be honest about it.

Knowing that the Shaklee's Basic H window cleaner was green, I offered the boys a towel to "help" me with the cleaning. They were both so excited. And I wasn't worried about someone putting their little hands on the window cleaner because I knew it wasn't a toxic product. A definite win for all involved, and my windows were left looking just as sparkly had I used my normal go-to window cleaner.




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all clean....
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...until the next little hand comes along :)

So what do you think? Pretty awesome stuff huh? I'm sure you're wondering how you can get your hands on some of this stuff. Well never fear, Katie gave me the hook up and is offering my readers a chance to win a set of their own Shaklee's Basic H set of cleaners! To enter the giveaway, I'd love for you to check out Katie's post about the Real Dirt on Clean. Come back here and comment with something you learned and you'll be entered. And if you're like me and sometimes impatient and want to forego the whole giveaway thing, well, you can just head on over to Katie's Shaklee's shop and purchase your products directly. And as a special promo this month, for the first time ever, Shaklee is offering a free lifetime membership for Shaklee to anyone who makes a purchase. It can be ANY product and you'll get this deal!


For additional entries (mandatory entry must be completed for additional entries to count): 
Follow my personal blog. Leave a comment letting me know.
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Please leave a separate comment for each entry you are eligible for. Duplicate comments will be deleted by the blog administrator.

A few of the small details:
Contest open to US residents.
Please make sure that you leave a way for me to contact you should you win (email is preferable). 
Comments will be open until 10am Monday, April 30, 2012. 
Winner will be chosen via random.org. 
The winner will be announced Friday, April 27, 2012 and will have 48 hours to get in touch with me. If the winner does not contact me within the 48 hours, a new winner will be selected.

Good Luck!

Disclosure: I was given a set of Shaklee's Basic H2 cleaner in order to complete this review. I was in no other way compensated. Katie is providing the Basic H2 cleaner to the winner. All views and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

7 comments:

  1. A person who spends 15 minutes cleaning scale off shower walls could inhale three times the “acute one-hour exposure limit” for glycol ether-containing products set by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. That's a pretty scary thought...

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  2. follow you on twitter
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  3. Organic pollutants, found in many common cleaners and even air fresheners, are found at levels 2 to 5 times higher inside your home than out...I found this shocking since we typically look at organic being purely good for us.

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