Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Small & Mighty

This giveaway is now closed. Winners (comments #15 & 20) have been contacted.

Charlotte has a new word - heavy. She uses it when she tries to pick something up that is hard for her to lift. It is so cute to hear her little voice and see her strain to lift something that is as big as she is!

When I got this bottle of the new all Small & Mighty 96 loads she decided to pick it up for some reason. Maybe she wanted to help me carry it up the stairs? She is getting independent like that.

Well, once we got it upstairs, I put it to good use cleaning all of our vacation laundry. I wasn't surprised that it got my clothes clean, but I was impressed that it took so little to do so! It only takes 1 ounce to do an entire load of laundry. While I tried out Stainlifter (and it did get my chocolate ice cream and dirt stains out), it also comes in the following variants - Wild and Fresh®, Fresh Rain HE®, Relax®, and Free Clear. Something for everyone.

So, if you have some summer vacation laundry piling up, leave a comment because I have 2 coupons to give away to 2 lucky winners so they can have their own bottle of all Small & Mighty!

How to Enter: There are four ways to enter and you can do any of them you like, for up to four entries:

  1. Leave a comment telling me your biggest laundry struggle,
  2. Subscribe to my RSS feed, and leave a 2nd comment telling me you did so, or already are subscribed,
  3. Link to my giveaway on your own blog, leaving another comment with the permalink to you post, or
  4. Share this giveaway on Facebook and leave a 4th comment letting me know you did (honor system).
That's it. 4 ways to win and 2 lucky winners. This giveaway will end at midnight on Sunday, June 21. Read all contest rules here.

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In other giveaway news, I only had 1 winner contact me for the recent Macaroni Grill giveaway. So I chose two new winners - Comment #10 from Crista and comment #15 from Michelle. I'll be contacting both of you to get your mailing addresses.

25 comments:

  1. My biggest laundry struggle is my husband's work shirts. With his own business, he has purchased several "Columbia" shirts, and paid to have his logo sewn on. He works out in the field and gets so many different kinds of stains on them, I don't even what most of them are, or how to treat them effectively. Yet it is so important to keep them clean, usable, and professional looking. I often have to treat and wash them several times for some stains to come out. I have a front loading washer and have to use the low suds type detergent.

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  2. ummm I'm hoping I'm the one that you are referring to that contacted you as I'm camped out at the mailbox anxiously awaiting the mail each day :)

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  3. My biggest laundry struggle is stains. I feel like I weekly deal with all manner of stains from ink to ketchup and more. My husband typically wears very nice clothes so it is important to make sure they aren't rendered useless by a stain.

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  4. my biggest struggle is food and dirt stains that the kids seem to be magnets for

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  5. I don't mind doing laundry and folding. It's the taking it to eveyone's rooms and putting it away that I dread.

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  6. Vacation laundry??? Don't know what that is-LOL...maybe one day. What I deal with is EVERYDAY laundry, I have a husband who works two different law enforcement jobs with two different uniforms to wash, a four year old who thinks she can change her clothes three times a day and a soon to be two year old who leaves remnants of her day on her clothes (hehe)...so I could definitely put some free detergent to good use.

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  7. Mine is getting stains out of kids clothes....

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  8. My biggest laundry struggle is the messiest 5 year old on the face of the earth I am pretty sure. No matter what we do she ends up with it on her clothes. I finally went and bought her some t-shirts at Michaels on sale for $2.50 and some shorts on sale at Target for $3 so I don't care quite as much if they get ruined. As for vacation laundry - on our last vacation (almost 2 years ago boo hoo) same child then only 3 got chocolate on every single item of clothing she wore the whole trip I think. Chocolate is not the eaisest thing to get out and many of her shirts never came clean.

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  9. My biggest laundry struggle is folding and putting stuff away before it starts to pile up. My husband asks if the "laundry fairies" are coming by for a visit if it has been a few days and the laundry is still sitting there. ; )

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  10. Washing, drying, folding and putting laundry on hangers isn't that bad. I absolutely hate putting everything up. So I get my daughter and husband to do that for me!

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  11. Ugh, biggest challenge is keeping it from piling up!!
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. my struggle is finding the time to do it!

    hockiemack at hotmail.com

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  13. My biggest laundry struggle is that my son has a ton of clothes that need to be washed it seems every other day.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  14. I am a subscriber.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  15. My biggest struggle is getting juice and grass stains out of the clothes.
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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  16. My biggest struggle has always been formula stains!
    Terrible!

    tuesdayef (at) aol dot com

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  17. my biggest struggle is between my husbands work clothes and my daughters clothes shes two and she destroys everything usually after 1 wear thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com thanks

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  18. i subscribe to your feed thanks eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  19. my biggest problem is grease on my husbands work clothes

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  20. My biggest struggle is markers--my daughter somehow gets them all over her shirts when she's taking the lids off. I try to only buy washable markers, but somehow a dry erase or regular marker always finds its way onto her craft table and she uses it!
    renee
    yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

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  21. My biggest laundry struggle is my husband's work clothes. He's a printer and gets ink all over everything.

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