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GIVEAWAY: Robby Wash Laundry Ball Pack! (US) Over 120 Washes! -CLOSED-

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This ball is COOL!  All you do is throw it into your washer and BAM...clean clothes.  I admit opening up the tray and poring in liquid detergent isn't the biggest task in the world, but just throwing in a ball has spoiled me rotten!!  The Robby Wash Ball will last for 12 months on average or over 120 washes!!  
The ball itself will last for 2 -3 years.

I tried out the Robby Wash Fuchsia Landry Ball Pack from the green home products company Oransi.  The Fuchsia one is for cold water loads and there is a Blue Washing Ball that is for loads using temperatures above 90F.  The pack comes with the washing ball, a stain stick and 3 extra packets of pellets!


How it works (from the website)
The Robby Wash ball uses a unique and patented worldwide technology to clean your laundry even better than the powder laundry detergents it was independently tested against.  Its activated macromolecules are gradually released through the wash, dissolving dried-in stains by generating ions which activate the water molecules.  This increase in the pH enables the activated molecules to penetrate deep into the fabrics and attach themselves to the stains. As the motion of the drum agitates the clothes, the stains come away easily from the fabric and dissolve in the water.  Of all the systems on the market, Robby Wash's effectiveness is tested, proven and guaranteed.

The eco-friendly Robby Wash ball can be used in both front loading high efficiency washing machines and also standard top loading machines.  It is also hypoallergenic so it works well for sensitive skin and baby laundry!  It contains no phosphates or chlorine.  I have different sensitive skin issues in my household so I've had to swear off certain brands.  No one has had any problems since I started using the Robby Wash Ball.  I've been using it for about a month now so it's safe to say that MOST of our clothes have tangoed with the ball. :)

The ball also guards against oxidation and discoloration caused by chlorine in the water.  It also eliminates odors.  I highly recommend the Robby Wash Ball!  I've recently used Purex, Kirkland Brand, Tropical Traditions, and Tide.  I receive the same quality and NO mess. :):)  The two rules you need to remember when using the ball is that the load and the ball need to be full to work effectively.  OH and oversized machines will require 2 balls.  See more details here.

You can get a Robby Wash Fuchsia Laundry Ball Pack for $32.95 with FREE shipping!  Since the majority of our laundry is done with cold water this ball is a HUGE money saver for us!  I used to easily spend twice that in a year!!  When I buy the Blue washing ball it will be a LONG time before I have to buy laundry detergent!!  Oransi has some other great eco-friendly products.  Keep in touch with Oransi on Facebook and Twitter to find out about sales and more giveaways!

One reader will win their choice of a Fuchsia or Blue Robby Wash Laundry Ball Pack! US only, No PO Boxes.  Entries will be verified.

a Rafflecopter giveaway Giveaway will end August 1st at 11:59 pm.  Sponsored by Oransi.  I received a product for review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. Winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours after the giveaway ends to respond before another winner is picked. 

Comments

paige said…
The ionic fridge air purifier looks cool. I would love to try this laundry ball!
Anonymous said…
It looks interesting.

bclark103@yahoo.com
Nicole said…
id love to try thier UV air purifiers

mrsnaweiss/at/aol.com
Heather Irwin said…
I would love to try the Finn purifier
Angela said…
I would love to try the air purifier!
Heather Irwin said…
I would love to try the finn purifier
Anonymous said…
the v hepa finn since we have allergies in our family

sheri r
palittlemidget said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
Anonymous said…
their uv air purifiers look interesting!

courtney kroyer-warren
ckwarren1@yahoo.com
palittlemidget said…
finn uv air purifier
Jennifer said…
ionic fridge air purifier
jenniferwinchester@ymail.com
I would like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier
Hannah.Reed said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
Sarah G said…
I would like to try any of the air filters.
Gina he said…
like many others here, i would love to try the air purifier. I have had severe asthma since i was born and would love to have something to help more.
costana said…
http://www.oransi.com/finn_air_purifier_p/ovht9908.htm. Due to pets!! Costana78@gmail.com
God's Provision said…
i'd love the air purifier
Anonymous said…
Dorothy Walters
dottiewalters@q.com
I would like to try the ionic fridge air purifier
Candace M. said…
I like the air purifier.
candyo0217@hotmail.com
Carole said…
Oransi Air Purifiers cfingram @ gmail . com
sarah said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
sgsarah64@aol.com
I'd love to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
eksummit (at)gmail (dot) com
shirley fin said…
the ionic air purifier

abile27 at yahoo dot com
Tia Wallner said…
I'd like to try the air purifier
aLilLacey said…
An air purifier would be nice. We live in an old house and i've got old house allergies!
MomLovesDeals said…
I'd like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier.
Julie Y said…
I ' d like to try the Uv àir purifier
Anonymous said…
I would love to try. Thanks
Renee J.
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pmj said…
finn air purifier
pjames330 at aol dot com
Helen said…
The HEPA Air filter
Anonymous said…
I would like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier rkmarsh at aol dot com
wyguymom said…
Finn uv air purifier
amy honious said…
i would really like to try the ionic fridge deodorizer. better than baking soda, i'd say!
Michelle said…
v-hepa Max Air Purifier
Kimberly said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
Kims2312@verizon.net
Jenny Stanek said…
I would love an air purifier!

Orangestar17@hotmail.com
Jennifer said…
I'd like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier!
puffpastryshop said…
Fridge air purifier.
corey1971 said…
v-hepa Max Air Purifier (CoreyOlomon @ gmail dot com)
Jammie Morey said…
I would love to try the v-hepa Max Air Purifier
Karen Hewitt said…
I think the air purifier would be the way to go
Tara Oliver said…
I'd love to try the fridge air purifier as well!
Maria K said…
Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
Renfie said…
I'd like to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier.

renfie.fields(at)gmail.com
Ashley Lyle said…
robbie wash laundry ball would be super useful
Wild N Mild $$$ said…
I;d like the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com
Allison Downes said…
I'd also love to try out the
v-hepa Max Air Purifier

lola_violets_2010[at]yahoo[dot]com
Christine said…
I like the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier.
Thanks for the chance!

raceracegirl at yahoo dot com
Kenzie said…
It looks easy enough for my six-year-old to do laundry.
Kenzie said…
I forgot to say we would need the refrigerator deodorizer.

knz.taft at gmail dot com
RJ said…
The v-hepa Max Air Purifier
Anonymous said…
loveTO try this
Michelle Bender said…
i9nic air purifier
Heather! said…
I really want the Oransi Fridge Air Purifier!
Thanks!
h4schaffer at gmail dot com
bettycd said…
Love to try their air purifier
Jolene Johnson said…
I want to try the fridge purifier!
taznjade at gmail dot com
Ruby said…
I wud like to try Finn UV Air Purifier
daniellehall30 said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
chris0855 said…
I would love to try their air purifier!
Rhiana said…
I am a big fan of natural cleaning, so I'd love to be able to try out the laundry ball. Right now I am making my own powdered detergent.
sksweeps said…
I'd love the v-hepa Max Air Purifier

sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net
stephanie said…
I would like to try in of the air purifers.
Rusty said…
I'd love to have a Finn UV Air Purifier. rustysrambles(at)gmail(dot)com
Katie R said…
I want to try the Finn UV Air Purifier

dancehottie1621 at aol dot com
Chrissy Nestor said…
I like the Finn UV Air Purifier
Ashley said…
I'd like to try any of the air purifiers.

mrs.marcus2 at yahoo dot com
Sylphie said…
The Oransi fridge air purifier looks really neat.
sylphie@rocketmail.com
ferriz said…
the fridge purifier.

dani marie

ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com
CAJUNMAN12 said…
I would like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier
Damian Jarreau
Anonymous said…
I have never heard of something like this what a great idea. Time saver is always my kida thing.
eclairre said…
ionic fridge air purifier
AKmissesYOU said…
I like the finn uv air purifier!!!!

--Kriegova
Breanne said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
sottovoce said…
I would like to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier next. :-) Thank you.
Robert Pyszk said…
I would like to try the

Finn UV Air Purifier

:D
Anonymous said…
The Finn UV Air Purifier!
Nancy said…
Next I'd like to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Teresa Thompson said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
Mrs. Lindner said…
I got asked to review the fridge purifier, but the air purifier or these laundry balls really look awesome!
mommysap said…
Hepa Max Air Purifiier, my son has asthma, that would be amazing!
Stacie said…
I'd like to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
amy mccool said…
Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
Rachel Gilligan said…
I would love the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier. I bet that would be an awesome product.
Aisha P aka Dvine lovin said…
Finn UV purifier for my bedroom..
Amanda Frye said…
I would like to try one of the Air purifiers!!
Tara Brooks said…
i'd love to try the Ionic Fridge Air purifier.

taralorraine@hotmail.com
Kat said…
I'd like to try the Finn air purifier.
samf36 said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
ladyspy79 said…
I would like to try the Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
k. said…
I'd like to try the Finn UV air purifier.
Marianna said…
I'd like to try the Finn UV air purifier
Anonymous said…
The Air purifiers are nice! amandalilly@hotmail.com
Anonymous said…
the fridge purifier is neat
chelsey said…
The uv air purifiers look awesome.
Lilpeach said…
The air purifiers look great, as all the posts show, but I'd certainly be really glad to try either of the wash balls. Sensitive skin, plus a hubby whose workout clothes can get (phew!) really stink, I'd love a cleaner that would effectively tackle both problems!
MizVickik said…
the finn UV air purifier
Miz Vickik
kathy pease said…
id like to try the v-hepa Max Air Purifier
Cweller75 said…
I would like to try the Finn UV Air Purifier v-hepa Max Air Purifier

cweller75@gmail.com
susansmoaks said…
i would like the
Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
susansmoaks at gmail dot com
Sarah Yurga said…
Finn UV Air Purifier
Giveaviews.com said…
i want to try the max purifier next
shanta spradlin said…
Ionic Fridge Air Purifier
Gianna said…
Finn Air Purifier.
Miranda Ward said…
ionic fridge air purifier

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daveshir2005 said…
I also like the Finn UV Air Purifier

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