Sunday, August 12, 2012

Simple Green Laundry Detergent Review & Giveaway **Closed**



I love Simple Green and their products as they really do have products that help me keep my home and laundry in good cleaning shape! They have a new product out called the Simple Green Laundry Detergent that has about 100 loads in each container. The powerful 2X enzymatic formula is great for general laundry and pre-treating! I was floored at how much less I could use and still get the same great cleaning power. Because we don't really have hard stains on our clothes, because I don't work and stay at home, so I used their own pictures to show you the difference.

This is the before one:

And this is the After picture:


To get those stains out, use this formula and you shouldn't have any problems:

Pre-treat grimy, greasy laundry soils by wetting soiled area with clean water, applying diluted Simple Green (Heavy or Medium), gently rubbing soiled fabric against itself, and laundering immediately.

Like I said earlier, we just have normal everyday laundry, nothing with any real tough stains, so I can tell you that my clothes come out just as clean as the day I bought them. My husband did make the comment that he thought his work uniforms were smelling better and seemed to last longer than they did before. You know, a man gets more sweaty than a woman does, so eliminating that odor was more important to me than the actual stains. So, in that instance, I can confirm that it did a great job!

I do believe in this statement though, "Treat the stain ASAP! The longer you wait, the more difficult it is to remove." I have had stains in the past that if I did not treat right away, you might as well forget it! So, do pretreat if you need to as soon as possible. Simple Green does a great job on stains and they are awesome on spaghetti sauce, oil stains, lipstick and engine grease.

I know this because my friend used some of my Simple Green to treat some spaghetti stains that her grandson had spilled on her cloth napkins so I can tell you that it really did. But again, she pretreated then asked me for some of the new Simple Green Laundry Detergent and those two things together got her napkins clean again.

This is what is in Simple Green's Laundry Detergent:

This Free & Clear (no scent/no color) formula is:
•Biodegradable
•USDA Certified BioBased® Product
•Chlorine-free
•Optical-brightener-free
•Traditional and HE machine compatible
•Optimized for great performance in hot, warm, or cold water

And on top of that, Simple Green Laundry is safe on all washable fabric and is effective in HE and standard washing machines. So, give it a try and see what you think.

You can order online in you like. Use the code laundryshipfree and you will not have to pay postage. This offer is good thru August 31, 2012.

The kind folks at Simple Green would love to give one of you the same 100 loads of Simple Green Laundry Detergent that I got to review. Open to the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

28 comments:

chris0855 said...

Grass stains is the most diffcult for me to remove! chris0855@gmail.com

Daisy TrendyMomReviews said...

pizza stains are tough for me!

Daisy @ http://trendymomreviews.blogspot.com

Catie said...

Grass stains for sure!

jodi lasher said...

I can never seem to get grass stains out of my kids clothes. I hope to win and give this a try and see what happens. Goood luck all. Thanks

Autumn said...

I have a problem with hard water. My clothes don't come out bright and clean looking. It would be nice if this could help solve my problem.

Autumn said...

I forgot to leave my name and email. Autumn K. - grandmakelly1959@gmail.com
I'm the one with the hard water problems.

Maryea said...

The hardest is the stains my dh gets when working outside...dirt, grease sometimes, I don't know what all it is!
magloro@gmail.com

Colleen M said...

Mustard and berry stains are the hardest!

colljerr at comcast dot net

Courtney Tucker said...

...any stain is tough for me to get out, believe they usually just stay there lol!
I heard The Blue Dawn dish soap works well on them!
I will say anything with tomato sauce is hard!

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Jackie said...

Spaghetti sauce and chocolate are too tough stains to get out of clothes
Thanks!

meg said...

I seem to have a heck of a time with spagetti sauce stains!!

ProudGrL said...

grease/oil.

I had dropped something on my sheets that was deep fried & the oil/grease marks won't go away.

ProudGrL@gmail.com

redfuzzycow said...

ketchup and blood are tough stains to get out (jennifer reda)

Di said...

oily spots from food is always difficult to get out!
sallans d at yahoo dot com

Di said...

commented on FB as Diane Sallans

Janette Hindman said...

Blood and grass stains

Joanne said...

greasy stains are my bane.
jednc @ hotmail .com

Allison Downes said...

Grass and Dirt stains are so hard for me to get out. Thanks for the giveaway!

Stephanie said...

Blood is a bad one, my daughter gets nose bleeds a lot, so we are constantly trying to get it out.

mysons said...

Grease!!!
Kathy Ross
kathyross75@yahoo.com

mysons said...

I commented on facebook using Kathy Ross.
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eclairre said...

Blueberry juice stains

manthas24 said...

Ugh - plain old dirt. My kids seem to grind it into the fabric...

MissMannah said...

I think blood is hardest to get out.

amanda hoffman said...

baby food
amandahoffman35 at yahoo dot com

Sarah said...

I always have a hard time with oil stains.

sparmeland(at)optonline(dot)net

Deal Bunny said...

it's a smell rather than a stain... my fiance is a firefighter... and that smoke smell is impossible!