Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Natural House Cleaning Products Review and Giveaway

Do you like cleaning?


Well, do you like cleaning things like the toilet? Or, your trashcan? Or, how about that drain that you dump all the food down (if you have a garbage disposal) and the stinky water from doing the dishes?

Yeah, probably not so much.  I know that they aren't my favorite things to clean, at all. 

I enjoy trying new products that "claim" to work, disinfect and to make my cleaning job much easier and am always on the look-out for them.  Why wouldn't you want to find products like that if you could?

So, when I got the chance to try the products from Natural House, I jumped at the chance.  Okay, I leaped at the chance.

The products that I got to try were: Flushy, Sinky and Trashy.  Pretty easy to tell which places to use each one.

I was pleasantly surprised at how well these products worked.  If you want to know a bit about how the products work you can visit their site, here is a little tidbit from them:

Here's a little more info about why our all-natural cleaning products are superior to those currently on the market!

•Our products use an eco-friendly cleaning method of probiotics that create a beneficial, odor eating ecosystem to naturally drive out and digest odors at their source.

•Natural House's plant-based ingredients are eco-friendly, non-toxic and biodegradable to naturally fight the toughest problems you face in your house.

•Our products, Sinky and Flushy even break down and digest fats, oil, grease, and solid waste to ensure your disposal, pipes, drain lines or septic tank run smoothly.

•Our cleaners contain good probiotics which continue to scour, clean, consume odors, grime, grease, and germs, and they continue to do so until your next weekly treatment!

•We earned the coveted Retailers’ Choice Award” at the 2011 National Hardware Show!

So how exactly does probiotic household cleaners work?

•The surfaces in your house are like a garden. If you don’t seed with good plants, weeds will grow. You have the same choice with your household surfaces: sanitize for a moment with harsh chemicals leaving your surface open to recontamination or seed with probiotics to continuously weed out the bad micro-organisms.

•Traditional cleaners “clean” a surface for a moment in time; the second the rag is finished wiping the surface, that surface is almost instantly polluted once again with ambient dust, dirt, and micro-organisms.

•Natural House probiotics creates mini-ecosystem on a microbial level that produces enzymes which break down odors, dirt, fats, oil, grease, food scraps, waste and toilet paper products on a continuous basis between applications. This creates a natural, clean, balanced environment that is safe for even the most sensitive members of your natural house.

•The action is in the foam! When using your Natural House products be sure and let it foam first to release the cleaning agents before going to the next step on the package directions.

I first tried the Trashy because that seemed to need it the most to me, at that particular time. Being that I toss cat liter into it on a daily basis, it tends to get a unique aroma that you can smell when you take the cover off.  Trashy took care of the odor and so far it hasn't returned to what it was before.

Next came Sinky.  Even though we don't have a disposal, stinky water and food chunks and grease end up getting washed down the drain, but with Sinky on the job it takes care of it.  Just last week when I went to empty out the water it started draining slow and coming up in the other sink so we gave Sinky a try and it seemed to help.  It also takes care of that funky smell that your drains can get.

Finally, there is Flushy.  I have nothing but good things to say about Flushy.  We have hard water.  The build-ups we get in the toilet bowl are bad.  I have tried numerous products to remove them and make the bowl clean again.  One one occasion, I used a "well-known" product, well, actually I used the whole bottle and it still didn't take it off.  The first time I used Flushy I was impressed.  I'm not saying that it all just fell off, because it didn't.  But it took some of it off, with a little bit of my scrubbing.  The next application took some more of it off.  I'm impressed.  I am sure on the final application I will get even more off.  Maybe I can get that toilet bowl looking showroom shiny again, lol.  I really recommend that you check out Natural House and their products.  They have more than what I mentioned, they work and are safe, you can't ask for anything more. You can also check them out on twitter or facebook.  You can also check them out on YouTube:

If you are convinced that you must have this product NOW that you can find them all HERE.
Now, how would you like a chance to win your own 30 day supply of Natural House products? I thought you would.  Just check out the rafflecopter entry below.  Giveaway will end on 4/1/12 @11:59 p.m. and is open to US residents only. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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.


Steph said...

I think my favorite would be Moppy. Since spring has arrived, we have endless muddy paw prints in the house.

Lauren Uda said...

I would also like to try Surfy.

Tanya said...

I would probably use Trashy the most in my house. I too have cats and a problem with liter in the trash smells.

blue waitress said...


tavernie said...

I would love to try Trashy!
ptavernie at yahoo dot com

Tamar said...

Sinky would be my choice.
Tam S.

yellowlabs said...

Surfy would be my choice.

F.D. Pay said...

I love natural cleaning, would be awesome to try these!

kathy pease said...

id love to try the Moppy Floor Cleaner and Scrubber

Bakersdozen said...

I would like to try Surfy.

Karen said...

I would love to have flushy. Thanks for the giveaway.


heymissvirginia said...

I would love to try sinky!

daveshir2005 said...

I would love to try Moppy.


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