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Clean + Green

Sorry! This giveaway is now closed! We would like to congratulate Commenter #70 (Jacquelyn) on winning this prize pack. Thanks so much for your entries and happy holidays!

We promised to give back to you this year for being such loyal readers and we are delivering with a huge prize pack from Clean + Green valued at over $150!

Clean+Green® is the only eco-friendly aerosol pet cleaning products on the planet. Unlike most other cleaning products that can be harmful, require multiple applications and/or only temporarily mask odors, Clean+Green delivers instant results in a non-toxic, eco-friendly solution. Clean+Green permanently cleans pet stains and eradicates odors. It is safe for pets, people (kids too!), and the planet.

Each Clean+Green product is individually formulated to address a specific odor/stain problem and can be used on carpet and area rugs, wood floors, tile, cement and all fabrics – even litter boxes and skunk odor! Clean+Green is made with ingredients and materials that are all-natural, 100% biodegradable, and recyclable. The products are non-toxic, non-flammable, non-carcinogenic and will not damage the ozone layer – with no harsh chemicals or perfumes, no VOCs and no CFCs.

Clean+Green is available at the SeaYu website –

Cat & Dog Wood and TileFor this giveaway, we are offering one lucky reader the following:

A One Year supply of Clean+Green – a “Seasonal Survival Pack”! The prize will include 4 cans of Clean+Green per quarter, with a total estimated retail value of $150.

Fall – Cooler temps mean closed windows, so pet owners will love the Clean+Green Furniture Refresher, Carpet Cleaner and Wood & Tile cleaner. Fall is prime skunk mating season, so Clean+Green’s DeSkunk Coat Cleaner is a must-have for the owners of any curious creatures!

Winter – Cuddling up on the couch with your pets is made more pleasant with the Clean+Green Furniture Refresher. New small animals as a holiday gift? Clean+Green has you covered with the Bird Cage Odor Eliminator & Cleaner, Ferret Cage Odor Eliminator & Cleaner, and the Small Animal All Purpose Odor Eliminator & Cleaner.

Spring – Spring cleaning! Clean the house top to bottom – with the Clean+Green Carpet Cleaner, Clean+Green Concrete Cleaner, Clean+Green Wood & Tile cleaner and Clean + Green Furniture Refresher.

Summer – Summer time, and the livin’ is easy! For family road trips, Clean+Green Auto Refresher and Carpet Cleaner are a must to take care of any unforeseen “issues” on the road. Hot summer months can create greater chances for litter box smell, but Clean+Green’s Litter Box Odor Eliminator takes care of any problems. And who likes wet/muddy/sweaty dog smell? Clean+Green’s Coat Cleaner leaves Fido smelling fresh.

These products would be shipped to directly to our winner each quarter, getting your home as clean and green as possible for an entire year!

To enter to win, head over to the Clean + Green website and read more about the products. Then just come back here and tell me one thing you do to keep your home clean AND green! Entries will be taken through Tuesday (11/24) at 8PM EST. Our winner will be drawn at random. Good luck, everyone!



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    no paper towels here-we use microfiber towels and hang them on the line after washing-they dry very quickly and are great for pet and kid cleanups.

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    One thing we do in our home to keep it clean and green is recycling, it teaches our children about reusing things for other purposes and not putting so much in the trash! We also use vinegar with water for most of our cleaning! Thanks for the opportunity!!!

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    I use a steamer mop which has eliminated my need to put chemicals on my floor and my floor feels cleaner than it ever did.

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    We’ve mostly gotten rid of paper towels, too. It was a hard push at first to get the beau to quit taking a paper towel for everything but now he’s far more likely to reach for a microfiber cloth or a dish rag. Success!

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    What an awesome giveaway! I love it!

    We make our own dishwashing detergent and all-purpose cleaner. We’re also experimenting with using reusable baby wipes (but not for the poo diapers…I just can’t go there!)

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    We’ve been using homemade daily shower cleaner and I Just made my first batch of all purpose cleaner too. And after we run out of paper towels, that will be the last roll that we buy.

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    we use things like vinegar and baking soda to clean as much as possible. My mom would love this package as she has many little critters at her house.

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    This would be awesome! I’m never sure what to use to clean the floor when our dog or a child has an accident!

    I mop with water, Borax and a splash of lemon essential oil. Especially now that my daughter’s crawling, I don’t want toxic stuff coating the floor!

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    We only use cloth napkins and wash them instead of paper towels. We also compost, recycle everything under the sun and only produce 1 kitchen garbage bag of trash a week!

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    Paper towels only when I HAVE TO(the yuck factor ) we use white (bleachable) cotton towels for all the normal cleaning,

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    We recycle and reuse anything we can. I clean my shower with old toothbrushes and dryer sheets I already used in the laundry. We also use energy efficient appliances.

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    I use vinegar as a cleaner but also as my detergent softener rinse in my front load washer. Not only does it save on pollutants put into the waste system it is great for cutting the soap out of our clothes.

    This product sounds wonderful. We have 2 little girls, a cat, dog and guinea pig in our house so it sounds like something that I need to try.

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    I use a lot of vinegar for cleaning, and also make my own laundry detergent! This giveaway looks great! Thanks!

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    I use a lot of baking soda and vinegar and one tip a friend gave me – whole cloves in the vacuum bag.

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    We use a lot of vinegar, borax, and baking soda for everything from laundry to homemade dishwasher detergent!

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    We use homemade cleaners and I put baking soda in the dishwasher to clean it out and in the stinky laundry.

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    I re-use plastic spray bottles and try to buy larger containers that can be mixed and refilled in the spray bottles.

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    We only use natural and organic products in our yard and garden, that way nothing yucky but dirt is tracked into the house by my family or my pets!

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    Weuse a steam mop which works great and the kids love using it so I get them to help with the floors and I can do something else!!

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    Vinegar and baking soda are a life saver! We also recycle. We have recently bought (USED) energy star appliances!

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    I use socks with holes to clean nasty things I do not want to wash out of rags, then toss. I use vinegar in the washing machine and as a cleaner and we are seriously using less paper towels.

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    I am always looking for natural products in my cupboards I can use. Baking soda, borax, vinegar, all used in a variety of ways: laundry booster, dishwasher rinse aid, floor cleaner, etc. Love non-toxic products!

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    We use vinegar, baking soda and lemon juice as much as we can to clean. I’m not sure if this one counts but we reuse food containers and boxes for art projects.

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    We recycle. I know it probably seems small, but you have to start somewhere! That’s why having green cleaning products would help!

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    The above comments are all great.
    When I’m running hot water, I collect the cold that comes out first (I think my pipes take the scenic route!) and use it for watering the plants.

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    i reuse the sponges that i wash dishes with for messier jobs once they are worn out. i also reuse toothbrushes for scrubbing difficult places. vinegar is something i clean with sometimes. thanks or the chance!!!

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    We use vinegar for fabric softener, use baking soda or vinegar for much cleaning. Watching garage sales for cloth napkins. Bought used/slightly damaged front load washer! Some of these products we’d keep, some we’d donate to a friend who is starting a pet rescue and as of yet, it’s still in her house!

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    We use as many ‘chemical free’ cleaners as I’m able to afford–my favorite are good sponges and old toothbrushes for scrubbers. I like the ‘magic erasers,’ I hope they are chemical free–I think they are?!?

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    Vinegar for fabric softener, deoderizer. Baking soda or vinegar for cleaning. Cloth napkins purchased from garage sales slowly replacing paper napkins. Steaming carpets with water only. Water savers on all shower heads. Heat pump on water heater. Fireplace during colder months instead of cranking thermostat.

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    I’m big on the reusable shopping bags, I won’t use plastic at all anymore. We also don’t use paper towels, I use cloth instead on cleaning pretty much everything in the house, that way I can wash it and reuse.

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    We do all the small things save bags re use , we turn off lights,any thing to save a 1 and help be better people in the world.