Thursday, November 25, 2010

Smelly Towel cleaner Review and Giveaway ends 12/10 (closed)

I am horrible when it comes to laundry. I completely forget about it until I need something washed and most of the time I forget the clothes in the washer. Are you sensing a trend here? Well by now my washer stinks. I mean STINKS. It has a mildewy smell on every load (even the ones I don't forget about). How many times have you gone to use a freshly laundered towel and have it smell funky? This was my problem. I was sent a bottle of Smelly Towel from Smelly Washer to try out. Luck would have it that went down to the basement to give it a try there was:

A)-An over abundance of laundry waiting to be washed

B)-A load sitting in the washer from 2 days before

Oh happy day! What better way to test this product out? I took the clothes out of the washer, started a hot wash cycle, and dropped them back in with a capful of smelly towel, and crossed my fingers.

An hour later I went back down to check on it (I know a miracle right?) The smell was gone! I was able to dry them and move on. Next I did all of my towels that had a slight funky smell when they got wet. It took the smell out of them too! I can't wait until football season when Paige has all of her stinky football gear back again! (she has been told by her sister that she smells like a boy after football practice)

I did not mention to hubby that I was using something new until her asked me: "Honey what did you do to the towels? They smell nice again." I just smiled. Then the big payoff was when he went to wash a load of his work clothes and came back up and said "Guess what the washer doesn't stink anymore." Problem solved!



Our Smelly Towel Cleaner is designed to remove the cause of odor rather than just cover it up. If you have stinky towels the culprit could be mildew living in the fabrics. Smelly Towel Cleaner uses ingredients derived from all natural citrus so it safely and effectively eliminates mildew. Smelly Towel Cleaner is safe to use in front and top loading washing machines and is harmless to septic systems. The result is laundry that not only smells clean, it is clean. Use Smelly Towel Cleaner to guard your family against health problems caused by mildew, and eliminate embarrassing odors for good!
***Giveaway***

The great people at Smelly Washer have offered 1 lucky reader a bottle of Smelly Towel of their own! (arv 16.99)

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36 comments:

  1. I have washed my son's cell phone twice now!

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  3. I'VE TURNED ALL MY HUSBANDS UNDERWEAR AND T SHIRTS PINK. CWITHERSTINE AT ZOOMINTERNET DOT NET

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  6. I've had to wash the same load of laundry about 5 times in a row before. No joke. Due to forgetting about it, and it being smelly, and then forgetting about it again, and forgetting it again, and washing it again, an again.
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  7. I like Smelly Washer on FB.
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  10. I let my hubby do laundry one day and he ended up with pink underwear!! Needless to say, we use color catchers now.
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  11. Following Smelly Washer on FB - Holly D L
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  12. Following you on GFC
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  13. Following you on FB - Holly D L
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  14. I left a lipstick in the pocket of my white jeans!
    It was everywhere!
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  15. I Like Smelly Washer on Facebook
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  16. GFC follower
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  17. FB fan
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  18. My husband left a multivitamin in his shirt pocket - yuck! It left little dots of stain all over everything!
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  19. I washed my son's jeans and his wallet was in the pocket.

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  20. I like Smelly Washer on FB - Janet Fri

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  22. I like you on FB - Janet Fri

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  23. I've gotten a lot of stuff stuck in the washer! It gets caught up under the white part and it's a pain to get out!
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  24. I 'liked' the sponsor on FB Cara Gawlik
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  25. I follow via GFC
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  27. I 'liked' you on FB Cara Gawlik
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  28. Washed a Hand Wash only sweater...shrunk really bad.
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  29. GFC follower.
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  30. I washed my ID so many times on accident that I finally had to replace it.. LOL
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  33. I accidently put one of my husband's new T shirts in with the whites to be bleached even though it was a baseball style T with blue sleeves. It made the blue a little lighter and uneven. Instead of complaining, he said "Cool, it had that distressing dye". :)
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  34. I follow with GFC.
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