Win A Month’s Supply Of Dropps Laundry Detergent (3 Winners)

CONTESTS, PRODUCTS, REVIEWS & CONTESTS | | September 19, 2009 at 7:01 pm

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A few months ago I was approached to try out the Dropps Laundry Detergent. We had just bought a new washer and it took only high efficiency “he” type detergents. Thankfully it was marked he. There have been several all-in-one type detergents, but Dropps is truly different. If you recall I enjoyed trying out the Purex 3-1in-1 laundry sheets but was not too keen on the scent. The great thing about Dropps is that like Purex there is no measuring (wahoo) but the scents are either very light or non-existent, depending on the one you use.

Its super-concentrated formula fits in tiny, pre-measured “toss-and-go” dissolvable pacs and I was a bit wary of tossing something that looked like plastic directly in the washer (that’s right, not where the detergent goes but just along with the clothes), but I did and it was fine. Once it dissolves in your washer, it’s tough on dirt, but easy on your favorite garments. No harsh chemicals means a safer planet and removing water means a super concentrated pack.

I was happy to see no bulky plastic bottles, not only because the energy that comes in making and shipping them ridiculous, but also because my girls can’t drop them. So you can keep your clothes and the earth clean.

Dropps are currently available in Fresh Scent, Scent Dye Free, and Dropps Baby (Scent, Dye, and Enzyme Free).

Want to win a month’s supply of the Dropps Laundry Detergent? There will be 3 (three winners) The contest closes on the October 4th, 2009. The winner will be chosen by

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    Tammy says:

    Laundry is one of the few household chores I actually enjoy! I love the smell of clean fresh clothes! I’m a master at getting rid of stains, so when someone in our family has a stained piece of clothing they always call me to see if I can help them out lol!

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    kathy pease says:

    we do at least 15 loads a week it seems with soccer practice and all that they change 3 times a day.laundry detergent is getting so expensive lately

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    Jason Silvia says:

    I love getting really dirty and stained clothes clean when I do laundry.

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    Felicia K says:

    I would rather do anything than laundry. I hate folding, hanging, and most of all I hate socks. With a passion. They always get eaten. Laundry is THE household chore I procrastinate the most.

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    Felicia K says:

    I’m a FB fan as felicia marie.

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    Felicia K says:

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    Felicia K says:

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    gloria says:

    I do about 2 to 3 loads of laundry each day! We have a family of five so it’s a never ending job! I don’t mind doing laundry though! I like to keep it up rather than let it pile up. I would love to try this product!

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    Laura says:

    I like using lavender scented dryer bags.

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    Sarah Morris says:

    I just love “saving” a stained shirt in the laundry. Pre-treating then washing usually does the trick. Nothing like thinking a shirt is ruined then discovering that you got the whole stain out!!

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    Mya Brooks says:

    I do at least a load of laundry a day! Having 2 boys and a bf that well isn’t the cleanest person in the world, it’s a constant struggle LOL

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    amy delong says:

    I hate wash,I feel like that’s all I do
    With 6 people in the house!


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    Jennifer Jozwiak says:

    I don’t mind the folding, but I hate taking the clothes into and from the basement,lol!

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    Chris says:

    I love laundry products that leave my clothing soft and nicely smelling.

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    Nancy S. says:

    I don’t mind washing the clothes but I hate having to fold them and put them away.

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    Nancy S. says:

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    Bridget Combs says:

    Strangest thing, I don’t mind doing the laundry. Spraying the stains, folding it or putting it away but I loathe transferring it from the washer to the dryer.

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    Bridget Combs says:

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    carol says:

    I would rather do laundry than cook even though I am a good cook. With cooking you have a huge clean-up. With laundry it just isn’t so messy.

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    reeva says:

    i enjoy doing laundry..washing and drying, but i dont like folding and putting away..i leave that for the others :) they dont seem to mind as long as their clothes are for this household!

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    DanV says:

    We’ve got kids so we’ve got a lot of laundry, this would help

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    Brian E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…we do about 3-4 loads of laundry each week; my wife insists that we pre-soak each load (usually overnight), claims that this precludes the need for pre-treating stains.

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    Brian E. says:

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    I don’t mind doing laundry, but I dislike hauling it up to the second story bedrooms to put it all away. I dread the battle of getting the kids to help put their own stuff away.

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    Angela Bailey says:

    I do about 5 loads of laundry a week and my kids are old enough now that they can put their own clothes away.

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    Gianna says:

    I do a few loads every day and wash a load of cloth wipes every other day. So many wipes with twins!

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    Donna K says:

    I would like anything to make it easier.

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    Lily Kwan says:

    I don’t care for doing laundry and put it off for as long as possible.

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