Monday, August 3, 2009

Smelly Washer Review and Giveaway

If you have a Stinky Washing Machine this is the product for you!
I was sent a bottle from smelly washer
to test out and it worked!



It's so simple to use!
All I did was put a capful of smelly washer in my washer. Put the temp on hot and started it up. I let it agitate for about 4 minutes and then stopped it and let it soak overnight. In the morning I let it finish its cycle.
When it was done, there was some gunk on the bottom that I just wiped out. I smelled the machine and it was better!! Not completely gone yet but better. Their site says it might take several times initially to get it completely gone. Then it only takes about 1 capful per month to keep the smell away.
I have to wonder if the washer where we "clean" our clothes smells -- then something in there is not "clean"... Right???
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Another benefit is that it also cleans towels
that have that stinky mildew smell on them too.
I didn't try this since our towels don't really smell anymore
since using the laundry ball.
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So to Recap Smelly Washer...
** Is all Natural
** Removes Washer Odor
** has up to 24 treatments per bottle
**Easy to use
** Removes Towel Mildew

Much more valuable info is found on their Blog and FAQ page.
You can also purchase Smelly Washer here on their website.
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So how would like to win a bottle
to try out for yourself???


Smelly Washer
is giving 1 bottle away to one lucky reader!
thanks Smelly Washer!
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To enter do one or all of the following.
Leave separate comments for each one you do.
Also don't forget to leave your email.
Giveaway is open to US only.
1. Visit Smell Washer's Blog here and tell me something you learned.
2. Let us know if your washer smells too! (mine did!!)
3. Follow my blog or tell me you do.
4. Subscribe to my blog or tell me you do.
5. Grab my button or let me know it's on your site.
6. Enter one of my other giveways (tell me which one)
7. Twitter about giveaway - can do once per day
8. Blog about giveaway- leave link so I can visit!
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Remember to leave separate comments for
each item you do. Up to 8 comments

or more if you Twitter daily!
This Giveaway will end August 15 at 8pm est
1 winner will be chosen using Random.org
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Good Luck!!!

71 comments:

Nancy said...

I learned how to clean link from a washer. I never thought about doing that, but it makes sense!

Nancy
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Nancy said...

My washer doesn't stink now.
I have had washers in the past that did stink, on occasion.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Nancy said...

I follow.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Nancy said...

I am an e-mail subscriber.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Jill said...

I learned the smell can be caused by using too much detergent- that most of the time the directions tell you to use way more than you need!

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Jill said...

I sub via email.

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Jill said...

I am a follower.

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Jill said...

And my washer stinks too!

I thought it was from leaving towels in it over night one night and I thought it got mildew stuck somewhere where I cant see it!

jill.watkins@gmail.com

Jill said...

I entered the Lauren Nicole giveaway!

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spitfyr323 said...

I learned that overuse of detergents is the main reason for a smelly machine!

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spitfyr323 said...

I'm a subscriber!

spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

spitfyr323 said...

Yes, my washer is rather smelly! I think it's from washing dog bedding/towels in there!

spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

Elizabeth said...

I follow! I love that the product is all natural.

Beth
efclark (at) hotmail (dot) com

amanda said...

I learned that it is all natural!
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amanda said...

Sadly, my washer stinks (or else I wouldn't be entering this giveaway).
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amanda said...

I entered your lauren nicole necklace giveaway
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amanda said...

email subscriber
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amanda said...

blog follower
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andrea v said...

I learned to keep the lid open after use. I guess I was always taught to close the lid.

andrea v said...

Mine does smell musty

andrea v said...

email subscriber

Kelly said...

Who knew that so many of us had stinky washers!!!! I love that this is all natural.

Kelly said...

I subscribe!!

Mominin said...

I learned you should always leave the washing machine door open!

Mominin said...

Mine has a musty smell, too!

Mominin said...

I follow

Mominin said...

I subscribe

Teresa said...

I subscribe.

Teresa Novak

tlnovak[at]mlnovak[dot]com

Vanessa said...

I learned that the washing machine is what is causing my towels to smell bad!

Vanessa said...

Yes, my washing machine smells.

Vanessa said...

I follow your blog!

Vanessa said...

I subscribe through Google Reader.

Tracy said...

The main reason that washers smell is that we use too much detergent.
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Tracy said...

I am a follower.
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Tracy said...

I'm a subscriber.
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Tracy said...

My washer doesn't smell, but I need this for my kitchen towels.

Kristy said...

I learned that my lint trap could be why I have a stinky washer!

Kristy said...

I was just telling my hubby that our washer smells musty!

Kristy said...

Follower!

Kristy said...

Subscriber!

Kristy said...

Entered Lauren Nicole giveaway.

RR said...

I learned that using too much detergent can lead to a smelly washer.

RR said...

My washer doesn't stink, but I'd like to make sure it stays that way.

Renee said...

I learned that using fabric softener may be causing bacteria build up and adding to the stink!

Renee said...

im an email subscriber

Renee said...

sadly, yes, mine stinks :(

Renee said...

i entered the crayola giveaway too

Renee said...

i entered the lauren nicole giveaway too

Anonymous said...

I also have trouble with a smelly washer. I've tried running a cycle with just bleach in it and still it has an odor. I would love to try this out.

Jennifer
hayes.jennifer@yahoo.com

Rachel said...

I learned that there's actually lint in washers, not just dryers. Interesting!
Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
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Rachel said...

Our washer doesn't stink, per se, but our towels usually do when they come out of the washer!

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Marie said...

I learned that overuse of detergents is the main reason for a smelly machine. I have to tell that to my mother.

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Amanda said...

My washer doesn't smell, but my parents do. Maybe if I give them some of this, the will forgive me for the crayon in the dryer last week. oops!

Beth said...

Three places to check for mold in your home are the bathroom, washing machine and under carpeting.
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Beth said...

I subscribe by email
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Beth said...

Yes, my washer smells!
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Beth said...

I entered the Madison Avenue candle giveaway
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noelnjen said...

I learned you should clean the lint trap on your washer -- I'd only thought about that for my dryer.

My washer does have a faint odor, but I try to wipe around the rubber gasket at the front door and this seems to help.

noelnjen@gmail.com

Danielle said...

i learned 3 steps to take to combat smelly (mildew) towels!

Danielle said...

YEP!! my smells..how can it not with 3 boys and a husband and a little girl who is potty training????? I NEED THIS STUFF!!!

Danielle said...

i follow

Danielle said...

i subscribe!

Danielle said...

i have your button!

Danielle said...

I entered the candle giveaway as well!

carma said...

I learned about using baking soda to get the mildew smell out of towels!

carma said...

unfortunately I DO have a smelly washer :-(

carma said...

I entered the soy candle giveaway too

andrea v said...

now a follower

andrea v said...

entered the soy candle giveaway

TZel said...

I learned that I can use baking soda to remove the mildew smell form towels. Thanks!

TZel said...

My washer smells funky!

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