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Friday, April 23, 2010

Smelly Washer Review & Giveaway!*CLOSED*

Have you heard of Smelly Washer yet? As I don't know about you~but I tend to "Forget"when I am doing laundry as I start my laundry and then I get busy doing something else and before you know it it is bedtime! Then~in the morning I go downstairs to remember that I have laundry in the washing machine..

So~I decided to use my Smelly Washer Cleaner to see if it got rid of the odor in the washing machine.It was so easy to use~Just fill the machine up~add Smelly washer to the water and let it soak all night. In the morning you will be surprised with a fresh smell coming from your washing machine! It was great~as even if you don't leave your laundry in the washer~you still should clean your washer as from using soaps and fabric softeners you can get mold and mildew in them.YUCK!

One bottle of Smelly Washer is good for 24 treatments or up to one year. It's all natural and it works. For $16.99 (+ shipping) for an entire year's worth of treatments it's definitely worth it.

You can see and purchase Smelly Washer at their site here 

                              ~Or~

You can sign up right here to win~as Jeff at Smelly Washer has offered to give one of my readers their very own bottle!


The first Mandatory Entry is to visit Smelly Washer and tell me a fact or tip!

Extra Entries~

2~Follow me with Google {2 entries}

3~Like me on Facebook 

4~Subscribe by email or reader{2 entries each}

5~Blog about the giveaway{5 entries}

6~Post my button on your Blog{4 entries}

7~Follow Smelly Washer on Twitter

8~Follow me on Twitter

9~Tweet this giveaway{Can be done daily} You can copy and paste this~
@smellywasher Giveaway at DebsHere~http://tinyurl.com/2de4fqm Win a free bottle Ends 5/7

10~Stand up~Sit Down and take 2 more entries :-)

OK~That's 10 ways to win not to mention the extra entries and the daily tweets!






Winner will be selected at random and will be contacted via e-mail. If I do not receive a response from the winner within 48 hours I will chose a new winner. This contest ends on   May 7th at 11:59 PM CENTRAL TIME.


Thanks everyone and good luck! 


*This giveaway is open World Wide!*




{Disclosure: I received the Smelly Washer to review for free. No monetary compensation has been offered or accepted. The opinions above are my own.}



 











142 comments:

  1. Thanks for the follow! I'm following you now, too! Such a cute blog you have and I must say, the Smelly Washer product definitely sounds interesting!!

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  2. collected lint contains dirt and moisture that cause washing machine mold and mildew, leading to a stinky washer

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  3. follow you on gfc
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  5. i like you on facebook
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  6. got your button on my blog
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  10. follow smelly washer on twitter
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  11. tweet

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  12. I visited Smelly Washer and from there I know how to clean a dishwasher.

    The best way to clean both a plastic and stainless steel tub dishwasher is to set it for a long, hot cycle such as “pots & pans” or “baked on goods”. ALLOW THE UNIT TO RUN FOR 15 MINUTES. Open the door and dash in 2 cups of WHITE vinegar. Shut the door and allow the unit to complete it’s cycle.

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  13. I Follow you with Google (as Elena) #1

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  14. I Follow you with Google (as Elena) #2

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  15. I like you on Facebook (as Elena Rudaya)

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  16. Subscribed by email #1

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  18. Stand up~Sit Down) #1

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  19. Stand up~Sit Down) #2

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  20. Washer odor is caused by using to much detergent and also by the use of liquid fabric softener.

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  21. The liquid fabric softener leaves a residue in the washing machine that causes mold to grow.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. I follow through google friend.entry #1 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  23. I follow through google friend.entry #2 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. I am a fan on facebook.Shari D cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  25. I am an email subscriber.entry #1 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  26. I am an email subscriber.entry #2 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  27. I follow Smelly Washer on twitter as 409cope.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. I follow you on twitter as 409cope.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  29. I stood up and sat down. entry #1 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  30. I stood up and sat down.entry #2 cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  31. The washing machine MUST be cleaned before attempting to get rid of the odor-causing mold spores from towels and clothing because the odor is being transferred from the washer to them.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  32. 1. I follow with GFC - janetfaye

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  33. 2. I follow with GFC - janetfaye

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  34. I follow you on Facebook - Janet Fri

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  35. 1. Email subscribed.

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  36. 2. Email subscribed.

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  37. 1. Reader subscribed with Google Reader.

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  38. 2. Reader subscribed with Google Reader.

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  39. I follow you on Twitter - Janetfaye

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  40. 1. Stand up, it Down and take 2 more entries - lol!

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  41. 2. Stand up, it Down and take 2 more entries - lol!

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  42. Hi there. I went to the website and found out that always washing your clothes in cold water makes the washer stinky. Who would have thought that?? ;)

    ~Libby
    libbeh84(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. I've posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar at:

    http://libbeh84.blogspot.com/

    Entry #1


    Thanks for the opportunity for the great prizes!! :)


    ~Libby
    libbeh84(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I've posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar at:

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  45. I've posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar at:

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  46. I've posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar at:

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  47. I've posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar at:

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  48. 1. Stand up, it Down and take 2 more entries :)

    ~Libby
    libbeh84(at)gmail(dot)com

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  49. 2. Stand up, it Down and take 2 more entries :)

    ~Libby
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  50. I subscribed by email:
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    entry #1

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  51. I subscribed by email:
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  52. I learned that using cold water and contribute to the smell and mold!

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  53. I "Like" you on FB (Kristen H)

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  54. I subscribed via Google Reader #1

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  55. I subscribed via Google Reader #2

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  56. I follow SmellyWasher on Twitter (@aeris321)

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  57. I follow you on Twitter (@aeris321)

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  58. I tweeted the giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/aeris321/status/12955419683

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  59. Liquid fabric softener leads to mold.

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

    bloggyig at gmail dot com

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  60. fact of stinkiness: laundry stinkies are often caused by detergent that has not been fully rinsed, fabric softeners, and not using hot water in the wash. i'm starting to understand why hotels boil all their stuff...
    @FlamingBlingy
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  61. GFC follower 1
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  62. GFC follower 2
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  63. following you on twitter
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  64. following Smelly on twitter ;)
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  65. I learned that I should use less than a Tbsp of detergent if I have a water softener.

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  66. I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner is guaranteed to eliminate bad odor. Every since i bought a front loader my machine always smells sour. I had no idea that they make cleaners for this problem

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  67. Melanie Calcut is your fan on facebook.

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  68. mcalcut is following you on twitter.

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  69. mcalcut is following Smelly Washer on Twitter

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  70. Tweet
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  71. Hi, enter me please!
    Smelly Washer works: it eliminates the stink and leaves clothes, towels and linens smelling clean after washing!

    Andrea Ferreira
    deamarina@gmail.com

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  72. #1 I Follow you with Google
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  73. #2 I Follow you with Google
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  74. Collected LInt contains dirt and junk that cause washing machine mold and mildew (EWWWWW).........leading to a stinky washer!

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  75. Google follower #1

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  76. google follower #2

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  77. Like on FB!

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  78. subscribe by email!

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  79. Subscribe by reader

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  80. Stand up #1

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  81. Sit down............ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


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  82. I learned that my problems are probably due to washing mainly in cold water

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  83. Tip: Don’t Let The Clothes Linger!

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  84. daily tweet
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  85. I 'like' on facebook ~ Huguette English

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  86. Subscribed via google feed reader #1

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  87. Subscribed via google feed reader #2

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  88. daily tweet
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  89. Following Smelly Washer on twitter - @henglish

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  90. Following you on twitter - @henglish

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  91. daily tweet
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  92. daily tweet
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  93. It is safe for septic systems. dramaqueensmum@gmail.com

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  94. I follow you on Twitter. (dramaqueensmum)

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  95. Tweeted. http://twitter.com/dramaqueensmum/status/13507537427

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  96. I follow your blog. dramaqueensmum@gmail.com

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  97. I was thinking that I could use this for my dishwasher , but I learned on the site that that's not econimical and to use vinegar instead.
    fatmeatloaf1 at gmail dot com

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  98. I follow Smelly Washer on Twitter
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  99. Following you on Twitter
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  100. Tweet: http://twitter.com/fatmeatloaf1/status/13526220722

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  101. I stood up, stretched,yawned.

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  102. I sat down. My cat jumped on my lap and scratched my leg. Then he proceeded to attack the mouse.

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  103. daily tweet
    http://twitter.com/henglish/status/13541425719

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  104. I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner is guaranteed to eliminate bad odor from any front load or top load clothes washer

    constancelavery at msn dot com

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  105. I found out that Washer odor is caused by using to much detergent and also by the use of liquid fabric softener. I am guilty of both!
    eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  106. Collected lint dirt can add to the smell of the washer.

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  107. retweeted. http://twitter.com/dramaqueensmum/status/13564015217

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  108. I learned that the main cause of front load or top load stink is the overuse of detergents.

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  109. I learned that Because softener is dispensed in the rinse cycle of a washing machine it leaves a residue on the inside of the outer tub. Odor-causing mold grows on this residue and is transferred to towels and clothing.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  110. I learned the stink is more common in front loading HE washers (which I have!!!)

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  111. Stand up...Sit down 1 time!

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  112. Stand up....Sit down second time!

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  113. smelly washers are more likely HE or front loaders

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  114. SmellyWasher has been IMPROVED by removing dyes and scents to claim the "green" label.


    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  115. Smelly Washer Cleaner is guaranteed to eliminate bad odor.

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  116. I learned that Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn't harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

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  117. I became your Facebook fan.

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