Thursday, February 21, 2013

ENDS TONIGHT!!! GIVEAWAY: Eco-Wash Balls!

Oransi Robby Laundry Eco-Wash Ball Giveaway


How much money do you spend on laundry deterget a year? A lot right! Baby Costcutters was sent a Robby Wash Fuchsia Laundry Ball Pack to review.
 
There are two different wash balls to use. The Robby Wash Fuchsia Laundry Ball pack is formulated to clean colored items and is for use in cooler water temperatures(up to 86F). For loads that are to be washed in water temperatures above 90F you should use the Blue washing ball.
 
One wash ball cost $32.95 and will last up to 12 months on average.....talk about saving money on laundry detergent!
 
You do not have to add any additional detergent to clean clothes or odor removal detergents to get your laundry smelling fresh. The pack includes the washing ball, a stain stick and three extra packets of macro-molecule pellets. You should refill the ball when level of maco-molecule pellets is less than 75% full.
 
All you do it put it in the washing machine...that's it! The Robby wash ball is an ultra high efficiency laundry solution so you can use it in HE machines. You clothes come out clean and fresh smelling. The smell is not overbearing just a nice clean scent.
 
Features:- Hypoallergenic and great choice as a baby laundry detergent cleaner or for someone with sensitive skin- Cleans and protects your clothes- Guards fabrics against oxidation and discoloration caused by chlorine in the water- Eliminates unpleasant smells thanks to its antibacterial action
How it works: The Robby Wash ball uses a unique and patented worldwide technology to clean your laundry even better than the powder laundry detergents it was independently tested against. Its activated macromolecules are gradually released through the wash, dissolving dried-in stains by generating ions which activate the water molecules. This increase in the pH enables the activated molecules to penetrate deep into the fabrics and attach themselves to the stains. As the motion of the drum agitates the clothes, the stains come away easily from the fabric and dissolve in the water. Of all the systems on the market, Robby Wash's effectiveness is tested, proven and guaranteed.
Buy It
You can purchase any of the washer balls at Oransi.com for $32.95. You can also connect with Oranis on Facebook and Twitter.
 
Win It
Just use the r/c form below to win a Oransi Robby Laundry Eco-Wash Ball
Must be 18+ years old to enter. Giveaway Ends Feb. 21, 2013, at 11:59pm est. Good Luck!

Disclosure: I did not received compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Monica's Rants, Raves & Reviews is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.
 
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16 comments:

  1. This year it should only be $33 because I made my own.

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  2. I have never kept track of how much I spend... just get more when I need it

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  3. I would love to try these out and I need something different to use, when doing my washes. Thanks for this review

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  4. Not too much since it's only laundry for one.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  5. I'm not sure, but I know it is quite a lot. One bottle on sale is $10.

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  6. A lot, I wash a lot of clothes weekly.

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  7. Oh goodness, don't think I have ever thought about it. I'm gonna guess $120 at least!

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  8. Thanks for this review, I have seen these, and wondered how they work, they really seem too good to be true!

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  9. I figure I spend at least $10 a month, so over $120 a year, probably more.

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  10. I've tried these and I like them.

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  11. Thank you for the review on these. I have been wondering how they worked. I really like that they are eco-friendly, save your money, and for sensitive skin.

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  12. I probably spend $20 a month on detergent, fabric softener, stain removers, and bleach. thanks

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  13. Ive never tried these but look and sound great. Ive been making my laundry soap for the last couple of months and saved lots! But i have to have my bleach and softners!

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  14. Great giveaway! I found our site from the Think Outside the Blog hop! I am following you now.

    Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com

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  15. Around $100.00 a year on laundry soap. Stephanie Free

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