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Natural House Review & Giveaway [ENDED]

A few weeks ago, I was sent a 30 day supply of Natural House Cleaning Products.  The products were Trashy, Flushy, and Sinky.  Trashy is a spray that eliminates odor from your trash can.  Flushy is a toilet cleaner, while Sinky cleans your sink drain and garbage disposal (if you have one).  Natural House products utilize non-toxic, probiotic cleaning agents that are strong enough for commercial clean-up, yet safe and gentle for all of the members of your home.

The item I was most eager to try was Trashy.  My trash can in the kitchen reeks almost all the time, primarily due to the large amount of used diapers in it.  With Trashy, all I had to do was spray the inside of the trash can before putting the bag in.  The residual smell was gone almost instantly.  In fact, there were a few times that I even sprayed the trash itself and the results were the same.  The odor was eliminated and didn’t come back for several days.
I found that Flushy also works just as well.  Our bathroom toilet had old stains in it from before we owned the house.  I’ve used a variety of cleaners and the only two I’ve ever come across that would make them a little less noticeable were The Works and Kaboom.  Flushy comes in one of those little packs that dissolves as soon as water hits it.  You just drop in the toilet bowl and let it foam up for a minute or so.  I had my doubts about it at first, but was absolutely amazed at how well it cleaned the bowl.  In fact, it made it look like new!  I barely even had to scrub it with the brush…everything just foamed right off.
I didn’t really have much of a way to test Sinky since I don’t have a garbage disposal, but it has done a great job at keeping the drains clean in the kitchen sink.  They also don’t seem to be getting clogged as much.  Like Flushy, it come is a dissolvable pack.  I just dropped it into the drain basket and ran some water for a few seconds.  I let it foam until it runs out of juice, which was about 5 to 8 minutes.
Overall, these are excellent products and I highly recommend them.  They work extremely well, and are very affordable.  Trashy, Flushy, and Sinky each cost $4.99 (+ shipping) for a 1 month supply and can be purchased at the Natural House websiteor on Amazon.  For more info about Natural House, you can visit their website.  You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

The Giveaway

Natural House wants to give one lucky reader a 30 day supply of Sinky, Trashy, and Flushy.  To enter, leave a comment below telling me which of the three you most want to try.  You can do the extra entires via the Rafflecopter widget once you have completed the mandatory entry.  The contest is open to US residents only, and ends April 8th @ midnight.

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    Sandy VanHoey says:

    I would like to try sinky
    sandy1955 at comcast dot net

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