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GIVEAWAY: Household Traditions Dishwasher Detergent! (US/CAN) -CLOSED-

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I've been using Household Traditions Powdered Dish Detergent for over a week now and it's been working great!  I don't even need to use a rinse agent!  Dishes come out clean and unspotted.  That's all I ask for. :)

There are no:
chlorine
phosphates
fillers 
fragrances

It's nice having a non-toxic way of getting the job done.  It also won't clump and it can be used in hard or soft water.  You can get 5lbs. of Household Traditions Powdered Dish Detergent for $19.99.

Before using this I had a habit of keeping bowls and pans in the dishwasher because the first run through didn't do the job.  I re-washed a bowl for a week and a half once...lol  Why didn't you just hand wash it you ask??   l a z y
Anyway, as I'm writing this I realize that since I've been using Household Traditions I haven't had to do that anymore!  And believe me, it's not because I've been pre-washing. :)

Tropical Traditions is giving away 5 lbs. of Powdered Dish Detergent! Open to US and Canada.

Here's how to win:

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Giveaway will end Thursday July 7th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.   All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over. Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.
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Comments

twocuff said…
I'd try the coconut flour chocolate cake!
shirley said…
We will try the Chocolate Coconut Oil Hard Shell.
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lewalk said…
World's Best Movie Popcorn, yum!

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janetfaye said…
I would like to try Whole Wheat Bread recipe.

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WalkerMommy said…
http://twitter.com/#!/walkermommmy2/status/84115103288541184
Just Coupons said…
I'd like to try the Homemade Peanut Butter Cups!!
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Mary Alice said…
Would love to try the cocoanut cream pie!

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Pat said…
I like the Gluten Free Coconut Flour Waffle recipe.
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Anonymous said…
I would love to try the coconut pancakes!

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cheryl1972 said…
I subscribed to Tropical Traditions newsletter

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cheryl1972 said…
I'd love to try the homemade peanut butter cups!

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BeautyToLove said…
-I would love to try the Garlic Ginger Coconut Rice Recipe

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Thank You!! :)
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Anonymous said…
I'd like to try the Homemade Peanut Butter Cups. annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com
Anonymous said…
I'd love to try the Mexican Beef & Summer Squash Casserole recipe.
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Gianna said…
Tropical Traditions - Recipe - Inside-Out Coconut Peanut Butter Cups.
lilyk said…
The Slow Cooker Lamb Roast Recipe looks very tasty!

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