Nature’s Source Natural Cleaners (Giveaway)

February 10, 2009 by Kailani  
Filed under household, reviews & giveaways

With everyone going green these days, I feel that cleaners are of special importance. When you have kids, you want to make sure your home is as clean as can be so you have to make sure that what you’re using is safe. That’s why I was really excited to find out more about Scrubbing Bubbles new Nature’s Source Cleaners.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Nature’s Source products use plant-based, biodegradable cleaners and they have the cleaning power of Windex and Scrubbing Bubbles, brand names you already know and trust. They clean naturally and effectively, leaving nothing behind but a fresh scent. The cleaners are more than 99 percent natural, packaged in recyclable bottles, partly produced by renewable energy from a local landfill, and recognized for safer chemistry by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Design for the Environment (DfE) program.

MY REVIEW

I had the opportunity to review 2 of their cleaning products: Natural Bathroom Cleaner & Natural Toilet Cleaner.

Both my daughters use my bathroom even though they have one of their own. This means I have constant toothpaste on the counter, fingerprints on the glass, and soap scum on the bathtub wall. To make things worse, Girlie Girl is not really the best at flushing the toilet when she’s done. Needless to say, I’m always cleaning my bathroom.

Let me tell you, these products work. And the best part is that I didn’t have to use a lot of the product to get my bathroom clean. I especially liked the way the toilet cleaner spout is at an angle so that I could shoot the liquid up and under the hard to reach places. The bathroom spray worked especially well on my mirrored doors and didn’t leave streaks behind. This is important to me because I just can’t stand a smudgy mirror.

So if you’re looking for a natural and safe cleaner to use in your home, check out Nature’s Source Natural Cleaners today!

WIN IT!

Thanks to SC Johnson, I have both the Natural Bathroom Cleaner & Natural Toilet Cleaner to give away to one lucky winner. To enter:

  • Stop by Nature’s Source before midnight, Feb 18th and check out their tips & tricks.
  • Then come back and mention in comments which tips & tricks you already do or would like to do. That’s it!
  • A random winner will be selected and notified via email on Feb 19th.
  • The winner will then have 3 days to claim their prize.

To earn extra entries, you may do one or all of the following. Each one counts as an extra ticket but you must leave a separate comment for each one.

  • Subscribe to my feed.
  • Mention this giveaway on your blog with a link back here and to Nature’s Source.
  • Place my button in your sidebar.

This giveaway is open to US addresses. Good luck!

“This post was written for Family Review Network as part of a program by SC Johnson, who also supplied the product for review and giveaway.”

Kailani

Comments

85 Responses to “Nature’s Source Natural Cleaners (Giveaway)”
  1. SANDY says:

    reuse packing peanuts is something I use, and the bags, and reuseable cups where I go..alot are great tips

  2. SANDY says:

    subscriber

  3. Lori Barnes says:

    Unplugging appliances pulling current, never thought of this one but i am going to make the rounds threw my house and start unpluging. These cleaning products sound wonderful and would love to win these.Please enter me : )
    photoquest(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  4. Lori Barnes says:

    I am also a subscriber
    photoquest(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  5. Debbie says:

    nice

  6. Kay M. says:

    Our family already uses most of these tips and tricks,(my older kids call me a ‘treehugger’). The one tip I would like to do is to ‘drive a green machine’. My husband does all the maintenance the article suggests, so our vehicles are as green as possible, but I would like to own a hybrid. Although, with the economy the way it is, we just cant afford to buy new vehicles. Thanks for reviewing green products. It alerts people to the fact that they DO work, and they are so much safer for our environment! Thanks for the great giveaway too, I hope I win.

  7. Kay M. says:

    I am a subscriber…email and RSS feed!

  8. Jackie says:

    I always do full loads of laundry. We have a well so I am always careful not to waste.

  9. gahome2mom says:

    Hi, We keep our faucets tight, our dryer loads full, and we recycle. Thanks.

  10. gahome2mom says:

    subscriber ty

  11. judy brittle says:

    I already do most of the tips but making a candy wrapper wallet seems like a great idea for the grandkids. That would be fun too.

  12. judy brittle says:

    I’m a subscriber.

  13. Cat @ 3 Kids and Us says:

    We already send hubby to work with a reusable coffee mug. No point in wasting the paper (or worse styrofoam).
    cat at 3kidsandus dot com

  14. Cat @ 3 Kids and Us says:

    I’m a feed subscriber.

  15. ellen cunningham says:

    I have already told my husband that I would like to have a programmable thermostat. My neighbors have one and they say it has saved them money. Thanks for the chance.

  16. ellen cunningham says:

    I am a subscriber.

  17. Muthering Heights says:

    I like the idea of using packing peanuts in the soil of plants! We live in a rental property, so our flowers and veggies are all in hanging baskets and pots. This would be a great tip for us to use this spring!

  18. Muthering Heights says:

    I’m also a subscriber

  19. Jennifer says:

    We do them all except we have never made a candy wrapper wallet, which looks like a lot of fun!

  20. Jennifer says:

    I am an email subscriber.

  21. Jennifer says:

    Your button is located on the left side of my blog in my Button Marquee.

  22. James Whitbord says:

    I did not see the trick on how I get my teenagers to clean the bathroom.

  23. Andreah says:

    I already bring my own bag and keep it closed.

  24. Andreah says:

    I am a subscriber.

  25. Andreah says:

    Your button is on my right sidebar.

  26. Cynthia Shern says:

    I want a programmable Thermostat.

  27. Roseann K. says:

    Bring your own cup to work! Don’t use the white paper ones!

  28. tami lewis says:

    i take my own cloth bags to the store :)

  29. tami lewis says:

    i sub

  30. tami lewis says:

    your button is on my thriftymama7 blog

  31. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    These products look fantastic! I would love to use them in our home. :)

  32. staceyk says:

    I like the tip and already bring my own bags to the grocery store. Thanks!

  33. staceyk says:

    Also subscribe via google reader.

  34. Lisa C. says:

    I already unplug gadgets & electronics that are not being used.

  35. Lisa C. says:

    I’m a subscriber.

  36. Peggy Gorman says:

    I always make sure I unplug anything that is not in use. Thanks

  37. Jo says:

    Don’t let It Sneak Away is the tip i want to be better about.

  38. Jo says:

    I subscribed

  39. adrienne Gordon says:

    we always do full loads of laundry

  40. Valerie says:

    The ‘curtain call’ was a good tip, gotta remember that!

  41. Teri says:

    A good tip I learned is bring your own cup. So simple and I am going to do it now. Thanks for the good gieaway.

  42. Yvonne Butler says:

    Become a peanut farmer got my curosity up the minute I saw it and boy was I fooled. This is a great idea for a otherwise useless product. Who wants to save peanuts until they are ready to send a new package, unless you ship a lot and I don’t. Thanks for the super giveaway, My bathroom cleaning is my biggest challenge,

  43. Yvonne Butler says:

    I am an email subscriber

  44. Linda Lansford says:

    clean as you go

  45. BRIAN E. says:

    In our home, chargers for cell phones, VCRs, televisions, stereos, computers, and kitchen appliances, etc. are unplugged when not in use, usually via a power strip. Refrigerator not included !!!

  46. Denise says:

    I only do full loads of laundry or dishes.

  47. Maggie M says:

    The tips offered that I already do or have been doing is unplugging electrical devices and appliances when they are not in use. And bringing my own cup with me (even when I go to Starbucks, I just transfer my drink right into my own cup and give them theirs back-although, occasionally, they’ll actually make my coffee in my cup); but reusing packing peanuts in your container gardens is a new one for me-why didn’t I think of that before? They’d be perfect for lightweight fillers, along with the potting soil. I always look for products that use recycled materials.

  48. Maggie M says:

    Subscriber by email :)

  49. Laura Owens says:

    That is a good use for the packing peanuts. Another tip they mention is using your own bags, I have been doing that. It is a nice feeling to know I am not using as many plastic bags!

  50. Brian N. says:

    Ride a bike and stop eating dead animals and the world will change.

  51. Brenda S. says:

    I always do full loads of laundry. We have a well so I am always careful not to waste. Thank you!

  52. Sharon C says:

    I donate unused clothes to charity and use unsalvagable ones for cleaning but I have not recycled to make new items like quilt tops, etc. That is one thing I would like to do in the future.

  53. susan varney says:

    i always do full loads of laundry

  54. Sheila H says:

    I should start doing the Curtain call tip!

  55. Sheila H says:

    Im a subscriber!!

  56. Nora SP says:

    I use baking soda and vinegar to clean my toilet bowls.

  57. Vikki Parman says:

    I try to keep electronics unplugged when using them. Good thing as we are in our second power outage in 2 weeks.

  58. Theresa Shafer says:

    Baking soda is a great cleaner and safe to use.

  59. Holden Humphreys says:

    I “bring my own cup”. Fork, too.

  60. Stephanie V says:

    We already bring our own bags everywhere - grocery store, family homes for gatherings, etc — great tip!

  61. Lisa Kent says:

    I take my own bags to the grocery store and also use them at Target, Kmart, etc. I also use them to carry my lunch and stuff to work.

  62. wendy wallach says:

    I love the idea about using the packing peanuts..I want to try it!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  63. Clarisa says:

    I also unplug unused appliances.

  64. geekbearinggifts says:

    We already use most of the tips and tricks listed at the link you provided, but we’d like to make our ride even more green by getting a hybrid vehicle next time we buy. Thanks for the clean and green offer!

  65. leah says:

    I like the tip to bring your own mug to work instead of using plastic/foam cups, will have to do that!

  66. Sarah S says:

    I’m trying to be better about bringing my own bags to the store..

  67. Sarah S says:

    subscriber!

  68. Carolyn G says:

    I bring my own cup

  69. Carolyn G says:

    I subscribe

  70. israel y says:

    we already try to do full loads of laundry only.

  71. Lindsay says:

    I always unplug gadgets & electronics when they aren’t being used

  72. Valerie M says:

    i’d like to try the toilet bowl cleaner

  73. Valerie M says:

    subscriber

  74. sami says:

    how cool , i never thought of using packing peanuts in the soil of plants! thanks :)

  75. Linda Fish says:

    I have use the tip “Become a peanut farmer”,by using packing peanuts in pots to lighten them

  76. Cynthia C says:

    I always do full laundry loads. Thanks for the giveaway.

  77. Denyse says:

    I bring my own bags!

  78. Laurie says:

    I have never thought of using the packing peanuts in my flower pots.

  79. vicky boackle says:

    i use rainwater to water flowers.

  80. Laura G says:

    Unplugging appliances pulling current is a good one we use. We have our computer, printer etc on one electric strip and our dvd, vcr and stereo on another one that we turn off when not in use. If an appliance has a ready or green ready light on it when not in use, it’s pulling current. Also all phone charges pull current even when not hooked up to your phone.

  81. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    We always bring our own bags for shopping. So many stores are either selling or giving away reusable bags that it’s a really easy thing to do. My grocery store also gives me a nickel for bringing my own bags.

  82. Carrie says:

    One tip that I usually do is bring my own bags. I recently found some bags small enough that they can fit on a keychain. I’m going to get one of those so I’ll always have one whenever I’m out.

  83. Christine says:

    I compost and I will use their tip to put my shreds in there as well. Thank you!

  84. Christine says:

    I compost and I will use their tip to put my shreds in there as well. Thank you!

  85. Deborah R says:

    I never thought to add packing peanuts to my potting soil, but it sounds like a great idea. I’m going to try it when I repot this spring.

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