Earth Berries – a December #Giveaway

We have mentioned Earth’s Berries again and again on here because they are so amazing!

Earth’s Berries or Soap Nuts “aren’t technically nuts. They’re fruit, taken from the soapberry tree (Sapindus mukorrosi). In appearance, they’re similar to the lychee nut, yet they’re not grown for consumption. Thanks to their high concentration of foaming “saponin,” soap nuts are used throughout the world as cleaning agents.” (taken directly from http://www.earthsberriesoapnuts.com)

I bought two 1 kg bags of Soap Nuts back in April (you get free shipping for orders $60+) and I am just over half way finished my FIRST bag! I can truly see myself spending $60 on laundry detergent for two whole years AND not having any plastic to recycle or chemicals going into the water or on our clothing.

To learn more about WHY you should use Soap Nuts, go here and go here for some FAQ’s.

Soap nuts are:

  • an Eco-friendly detergent
  • Economical
  • leave No residue
  • an Odour neutralizer
  • Easy to Use
  • can be used for general cleaning

When I first heard about Soap Nuts, I was intrigued. Then, I was completely skeptical. But now that I’ve used them for 7 months, I’m sold! They truly do get our clothing clean and I feel SO good about using them! If you want to be Eco Friendly and you like the idea of spending only $30 on laundry detergent per year, give Soap Nuts a try! I’d love to hear your feedback.

Earth’s Berries Soap Nuts has been kind enough to offer you, my dear readers, 10% off your purchase of Soap Nuts by using DISCOUNT CODE: EB102 at checkout.

If you’d like a chance to win a 1 kg bag of Soap Nuts, please feel free to enter my giveaway!


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22 Responses to Earth Berries – a December #Giveaway

  1. Tammy D says:

    If your clothing is stained with oil, immediately apply baby powder to absorb the oil. Leave for 24 hours and then wash as usual.(dalleykt @ live dot ca )

  2. Sweet Panda says:

    Well, that`s what my mom always told me to do: if you stain your clothes with oily food, you can use rice to absorb the oil first (do not wash it with soap before doing this) then the oil will come out. If not, the stain might not go away

  3. Paula L. says:

    1/2 cup of Vinegar added to the wash will help rid your clothes of odors.

    jandplee at att dot net

  4. Shairbearg says:

    My tip….always check for pull ups BEFORE throwing clothes into wash.

  5. I add a tablespoon of baking soda to our laundry!

  6. ksceviour says:

    A laundry tip is to use Cold water,instead of hot to get blood out.
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  7. Andrea says:

    On ANY stain use a bit of dawn dish soap (scrubbed in with an old toothbrush) and then spray with hydrogen peroxide and leave sitting overnight – wash it and stains will DISAPPEAR!

  8. Lisa_june says:

    I use vinegar as a softener.

  9. Menzies says:

    Sunlight bar soap – rub it on your stain and set in the sun.. stains will disappear! menzies(at)bell(dot)net

  10. cupcake mama says:

    Always hang dry when possible and use cold water always unless you need hot or warm for cloth diapers. Also, use dryer balls to cut drying time.
    mmjohnson555@gmail.com
    GFC: Mechele Johnson

  11. Olivia L says:

    I use vinegar in the wash and dryer balls in my dryer. I don’t notice the lack of dryer sheets, and no icky residue on my clothes and diapers!

  12. Tabitha Pye says:

    Let’s see a laundry tip: hang your clothes outside and the sun is a natural stain remover! Works wonders on cloth diapers!

  13. Samorjj says:

    As someone else mentioned, cloth diapers on the laundry line to bleach them out.

  14. My tip is to always ALWAYS check the pockets before washing. It’s amazing what will get through on the day that you lapse in this. Also, the Natura cloth anti-static sheets available at Home Hardware work pretty well.

  15. LJ says:

    My laundry tip is to make your own laundry soap- it’s cheaper.
    snookie_pooathotmaildotcom

  16. Anonymous says:

    If using a commercial detergent use about 1/2 of what they recommend as it makes machines and clothing last longer.
    Janette

  17. prophetess says:

    use dryer balls instead..better for the environment

  18. gibberish says:

    I use cold water washes whenever possible and always use cold water rinses. The laundry gets hung to dry year-round, outside in the summer and in the basement in the winter.

  19. eclairre says:

    I use vinegar as a softener., too.

  20. Haylie says:

    For most stains that have been washed in, leave out in the sun for a few hours. The sun helps fade stains away.

  21. Stef C says:

    I’ve just placed my first order w/ Earth Berries and I’m excited to try them!

  22. Jen M says:

    I wash in cold water on a delicate cycle and don’t use dryer sheets. My laundry’s always clean and fresh!
    jenyasha87 at hotmail dot com

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