*CLOSED* ‘Rockin Green’ Cloth Diaper Laundry Soap Review/Giveaway!

by Rachel on January 21, 2010

A winner has been selected!

Fresh, clean, like new…is this how you describe your cloth diapers when you take them out of the laundry? If you use “Rockin Green” laundy soap, then I’m sure you do!  This earth-friendly, yummy scented, laundry detergent will cause you to fall in love with your diapers all over again.  Many detergents I have used leave my diapers with a musty smell, even after several times running through the wash. I gave Rockin Green a try and I have said good-bye to that old musty smell. Not only are my diapers left with a new fresh smell, my laundry room smells amazing! Rockin’ Green sent me “Grape Soda,” “Fresh Linen,” and “Unscented,” all of which leave my diapers with the same fresh clean smell.  The laundry room, on the other hand, gets the smell of those yummy flavors…mmmm.

If you are a cloth diapering mommy like me, you know how frustrating it can be when detergent builds up on your diapers and you struggle to strip the diaper from that nasty residue causing all of your problems.  Rockin Green will take care of that for you!  You will no longer have to deal with stinky diapers that won’t absorb.  If you want to give Rockin Green a try, you’re in luck!  Kim, from Rockin Green is offering the lucky winner one of their 45/90 bags of detergent in the scent of your choice!

For a chance to win Rockin Green you must find one of my previous posts that speaks to you and tell me what about it interests you.  Leave a comment here.

For extra entries:

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Giveaway ends on February 4 at 5 PM EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org .

*US Entries Only*

I received 3 Rockin Green sample sized detergents for the purpose of this review . The opinions are my own.

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  • arla

    Subscribed by email

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    following your blog thru google connect as Lighthouse27

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  • Betty C

    I can really relate to your post on the Green Fight. One family member won’t make any effort to recycle. His argument is that since he pays for it he can decide what to do with the empty bottles.

  • heather c

    This one: http://www.happygreenbabies.com/uncategorized/homemade-baby-yogurt/
    We eat a lot of yogurt. I had no idea it was so easy to make it! I may break down and buy one of those puppies.

  • heather c

    I would personally love any product scented with Cherry Lemonade. What?! That’s just awesome.

  • heather c

    I follow RockinGreenSoap on twitter – choochoo428

  • heather c

    I am a fan of Rockin Green on Facebook.

  • heather c

    I follow you on twitter and tweeted – http://twitter.com/choochoo428/status/8646368175

  • heather c

    I follow your blog via gfc as /\Heather/\

  • Becky Grady

    I like your post “About Me”. I like that you admit you aren’t perfect. None of us are. What is important is that we all do what we can to make this world a better place. I admire you for using cloth diapers, too!


  • Gianna

    Human Pacifier Article.. I was/am my babies pacifier!

  • celia

    Weaning my daughter from her pacifier (sookie as she called it) was hard, and at a point I thought that I would never be able to do it.
    I haven’t tried the diaper spray that you mentioned in one of your posts, but it would have been very nice to have one when she was still in diapers; scrapping poo out of the diapers was not fun!

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