Ecosprout {Review/Giveaway}

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Eco Sprout was started by a WAHD, that’s right… a Work-at-home-dad who was looking for a cloth diaper detergent that was great for not just cloth diapers, but for the entire family’s laundry. It wasn’t easy, he wanted something that was environmentally friendly, biodegradable, and 100% natural. But it had to work! It had to CLEAN the diapers too.  After months of trial and research he finally did it! Came up with the perfect balance that resulted in clean diapers, derived from natural ingredients, 100% bio-degradable, and kicked the ammonia smell!

-Excerpt taken off EcoSproutSoap.com

 

I will be honest, we do not use cloth diapers. So why am I reviewing Eco Sprout? Well, I’ve read a lot of great reviews of Eco Sprout and I thought well if it works for cloth diapers it has to work for dirty toddler underwear! Right?

We received 4 sample packages which means 4 different scents: In The Buff, Sandalwood Vanilla, Warm Vanilla Sugar, Lavender Chamomille.

My mom used to use cloth diapers with my two younger siblings. And I remember the hassel it was to clean them. Yup, I used to help my mom clean my little brother and sister’s poopie diapers, pretty gross. So I know how hard it is to get rid of the smell. And the stains…yucks.

Using Eco Sprout is pretty simple:

  1. Fill a tub, washing machine, sink or bucket with enough HOT water to fully submerge your diapers in. If you have an HE machine, the tub method usually works the best in order to get enough water.
  2. Use 3 tablespoons of Eco Sprout detergent mixed in with the hot water, less detergent for fewer diapers.
  3. Add all your diapers and inserts and let them soak for 2-5 hours. Overnight if possible for a really good soak.
  4. Drain all the water from the tub or washing machine.
  5. Wash all the diapers and inserts again with 2 full HOT water washes/cold rinses with NO DETERGENT at all.
  6. This will completely rinse out your diapers and they will be nice and clean!

 

I love this detergent. It is not only great for cloth diapers (and getting rid of the ammonia smell), boy’s underwear but it is great for those who have sensitive skin.

So if you have had trouble finding a detergent for your cloth diapers make sure to give Eco Sprout a try. They are working on so many other products so keep them under the radar!

 

 


– GET IT –

Eco Sprout Laundry Detergent can be found at their online store.
Or find a retailer closer to you.
A 24 oz bag is $7.98, and a 48 oz. bag is $13.98.

 


– WIN IT –

One (1) lucky reader of From PDX with Love will win a 24oz bag (24 to 48 loads) of Eco Sprout Detergent!

 

 

 

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Contest ends March 24, 2011 @ midnight PST.
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Disclosure: This was not a paid post. No other form of compensation was received. The opinions stated are my own and were in no way influenced by the Hosting Company who graciously provided the product for me to review.


 

 

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