Saturday, September 15, 2012

Green Family Giveaway! Enter to Win A Seventh Generation Cleaning Pack! #gbgreenfam


Welcome to the Green Family Giveaway Hop hosted by the Formula Mom!

Over 40 blogs are participating in this giveaway, each offering eco-friendly prizes worth $20.00 or more!

I am excited to giveaway some of my favorite cleaning products...compliments of Vitacost.com!


This package includes :

* 42 oz bottle of Seventh Generation Automatic Dishwashing Gel
* 25 oz bottle of Seventh Generation Dishwashing Liquid
* 32 oz bottle of Seventh Generation Toilet Bowl Cleaner
* Winners choice of Seventh Generation 70 ct. Chlorine-free Baby Wipes OR 35 ct. Disinfecting Wipes

What do I love about Seventh Generation products? They are bio-degradeable, free of dyes, non-petroleum based (why is petroleum bad? Click here if you don't already know), free of harsh chemicals, phosphates, toxic fumes, and are chlorine free! Not only do these products prevent unnecessary chemical exposure to our bodies, but they help protect our precious water supply!

Call me crazy, but I love cleaning my house with Seventh Generation products. No obnoxious smells while keeping my family healthy and loving the environment at the same time.

Want to win this household cleaning package? Simply enter via the Rafflecopter form below. The first entry is mandatory, but the more you complete...the better chance you have of winning!

New to Vitacost.com? Click here to get $10.00 off of your first order of baby products, nutrition, beauty, pets, home, and much more!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


...and now for the GRAND PRIZE!

Glow Bug Cloth Diapers is the grand prize sponsor for the Green Family giveaway. One lucky reader will win a complete cloth diaper stash! The stash includes 24 cloth diapers with inserts featuring the newest prints! The winner will be able to choose from either a boy set or a girl set.
Enter the Grand Prize Giveaway!

**Also, be on the lookout for my review on these fabulous diapers on Sept. 19th!**

Disclosure: All opinions above our my own and were not paid for. Formula Mom, Leettle Baby, and all of the other Green Family bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that fail to fulfill their prizes.





161 comments:

  1. We use old fashioned water & Vinegar on a lot of surfaces & use a lemon half dipped in baking soda for cleaning & deodorizing surfaces ie refrigeration. :)

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  2. We use water & vinegar, and kirkland dish soap & water. We also use baking soda and apple cider vinegar

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  3. We use a lot of vinegar and baking soda for cleaning as well as Bac Out for diaper and pet odors.

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  4. Right now I have method and Meyers. I use plain old vinegar a lot too

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  5. I use Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent

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  6. I use vinegar and baking soda debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  7. I use seventh generation dish soap and eco-friendly detergent (Eco Sprout, Rockin Green, Charlies Soap) I would love to switch all my cleaning products and am working on it. I recently got some Meyers all purpose cleaner for my house

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  8. I use baking soda and vinegar for a lot of things. I also use Dr. Bronner's soap in laundry and cleaning and Ava Anderson hand cleanser.

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  9. I love Seventh Generation, Mrs. Meyers, and Method. Unfortunately I had to leave all my wonderful (yes, I'm weird) cleaning products in PA after we moved since the moving truck wouldn't take them! :(

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  10. We have used seventh generation, method and babyganics.

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  11. We use seventh generation, dr bronners, and mrs. meyers

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  12. Yes. For the most part I use vinegar, baking soda, lemons, and tea tree oil.

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  13. i have been using seventh generation products for awhile now

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  14. ai use Seventh Generation and The Honest Compant

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  15. I use Seventh Generation and Ecover. My 2 faves!!!

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  16. We've actually been using Seventh Generation since we found out I was pregnant with our daughter now 6mo old unfortunately we can't always find them or find all the products in our area. But we love them and buy them when we can find them

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  17. I use a baking soda a lot for cleaning. I also make my own laundry detergent.

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  18. We have some Seventh Generation stuff that we like a lot. We also use a lot of homemade stuff with baking soda and vinegar.

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  19. I love Meyers and I encourage people in my life to use vinegar and baking soda in different ways to clean.

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  20. I know there are better ones to use, but I use seventh generation and method right now.

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  21. Vinegar, Dr. Bronner's & Seventh Generation!

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  22. I like to use Bon Ami products. Also love good old course salt, lemon, and vinegar. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. We use Seventh Generation products and Dr. Bronner's products, because we don't want scary chemicals around the children!

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  24. We don't currently, but with a baby on the way I'd like to start!

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  25. I make my own with fels naptha, washing soda and borox. I also love Rockn Green

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  26. We don't use anything yet, but I'd love to!

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  27. I've used Meyers and seventh generation before. I'd also like to try making my own.

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  28. I generally use Method or vinegar/baking soda. I use EcoSprout on the diapers!

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  29. I haven't used any eco-friendly products yet, but I really want to! I usually use the old vinegar and water old reliable method.

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  30. I use Shaklee cleaning products, but would love to try these.

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  31. We use seventh generation and method cleaning products in our home

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  32. We do for the baby's area. Method and 7th Generation.

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  33. I've been using Simple Green products.

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  34. I use only eco-friendly cleaning products in my home, and have for years. Vinegar and baking soda are my top home remedies, but I do use Seventh Generation dish soap and bathroom cleaner, and Ecos laundry detergent.

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  35. I sometimes will use eco-friendly, sometimes not. I'm trying to get better and convert to use more eco-friendly products, or learn how to make my own. I'd love to try these products!

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  36. we use water & vinegar for cleaning and some all natural Melaluca products
    jenny lloyd

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  37. i don't currently use, but I am always looking for new things to try these sound great

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  38. Only sometimes Eco friendly. Try to use soap and water or vinegar, but sometimes need to use chemicals for the tough spots.

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  39. We use Seventh Gen and Ecos depending on the product!

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  40. I use Seventh Generation products and I use Rockin Green Laundry Detergent for my cloth diapers.

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  41. I use some 7th generation products and really like their cleaners. I also use Charlie's Soap for laundry along with baking soda and a little vinegar for our towels

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  42. We use a combination of Biokleen and Seventh Generation products.

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  43. I use some local homemade stuff

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  44. I use some. Right now I use a lot of baking soda, and borax, but I'd like to use more.

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  45. I buy "green" products as much as possible - no fave brand

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  46. no right now I am not using any eco-friendly cleaning products

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  47. I use Seventh Generation, and just regular vinegar and water.

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  48. Yes, and I also use vineger and water.

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  49. I use Econuts for laundry and clean a lot with vinegar.
    jbang0331(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  50. We use vinegar and baking soda for many cleaning purposes and Charlie's soap for all our laundry.

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  51. i love my Seventh Gen products! But I also use vinegar and water for some things too.

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  52. I like Earth's Best and Seventh Generation.

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  53. We have made the switch on laundry detergent to a green one. I've noticed a difference. We have not switched over many of our household cleaners because we have quite a stockpile of them (I went a little crazy with the coupons and cleaning when I was pregnant). I would love to try these products because I have read so many great things about them and they would be oodles and oodles safer for my family!

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  54. I'm sad to say we are still using non eco-friendly cleaning products. working on slowly making the switch.

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  55. I'd love to try 7th generation. Right now we use a mix of make your own vinegar based products and traditional cleaners

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  56. I like to use vinegar

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  57. I like to use many eco- friendly cleaners- I really love method cleaners! And we use an eco- friendly detergent too! I love ecos.

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  58. I am not sure how eco-friendly the cleaners are, I make alot of my own homemade cleaners though...Mostly vinegar and water, sometime cream of tarter and baking soda though too.

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  59. I currently use mostly simple green but I really want to try this line!
    Sarah at realtorsd.com

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  60. I create my own with white vinegar and water

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  61. I use Seventh Generation, Method, and make my own.

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  62. I try to use baking powder and vinegar wherever possible.

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  63. I generally use whatever my husband picks up from the store, but I am trying to switch to more eco-friendly products. Currently, that means making my own from vinegar and baking soda.

    The Happy Wife/Danielle Garcia
    Ldsmom2201 (at) yahoo (dot) com
    http://juanshappywife.blogspot.com
    Twitter: The_Happy_Wife

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  64. We use 7th generation, rockin green, and greenworks.

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  65. I've used vinegar to clean windows and green works products

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  66. I am brand new to eco-cleaning. I just like to use really hot water and mild soaps and vinegars.

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  67. i havent but i have been wanting to try seventh generation

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  68. I've tried green works cleaners and would like to try out 7th gen.
    Kimberlie

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  69. i already use seventh generation products, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  70. I use vinager & baking soda a lof. Sometimes I use green products, but I would like to use them more frequently. Steph S.

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  71. We use a lot of vinegar and baking soda for cleaning

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  72. Yes...we use Method and Mrs Meyer's.

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  73. We use vinegar more than store bought green products for cleaning because it's cheap!

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  74. I only use green laundry detergent. i would love to try these.

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  75. We use seventh generation and babyganics.

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  76. I like the Kirkland enviro. friendly products. My favorite is the all purpose cleaner. I keep a bottle with a solution in every bathroom and in the kitchen and laundry room.

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  77. have not really started to use these yet
    jenhedger at hotmail dot com

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  78. We do not currently but would love to start!

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  79. I'm slowly greening our products, here and there as i go.

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  80. I absolutely love Mrs. Meyers products, and Method products.

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  81. we have never used eco friendly stuff in our house

    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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  82. Right now we are using Ecos for our laundry

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  83. I use seventh generation's line of home cleaners. I also like natural house for the toilet and drains and rockin' green for laundery

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  84. to be honest no we dont use eco friendly products right now,but i would love to try some!!!

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  85. With little ones we do try to use eco-friendly and child safe cleaners too!

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  86. I try to use baking soda and vinegar, but when I'm lazy and don't feel like scrubbing I just buy products from the grocery store.

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  87. We are working on using more eco friendly cleaning products.

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  88. We don't but are trying to. Thanks for the giveaway!

    -Rachael Henzman

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  89. Mrs. Meyers, Method and 7th Generation

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  90. Water & Vinegar works great!

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  91. currently using method and seventh generation dish soap

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  92. We use a lot of Seventh Generation products, and also some by Ecover.

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  93. 7th Generation, Ecolover, EcoNuts!

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  94. We use Seventh Generation and Shaklee.
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  95. I use vinegar, baking soda and hot water for almost everything. Add a few drops tea tree oil for disinfecting, sometimes castile soap for large surface areas, the occasional lemon juice and salt... I do keep some Green Works products on hand for when my hubby does the housework, and these will come in handy for him!

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  96. i use vinegar and baking soda

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  97. I use a little bit from a bunch of company's including seventh generation

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  98. I use vinegar, water, baking soda... and some Seventh Generation as well when I get it on sale at the store.

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  99. I do not currently use green products, but I have been wanting to switch.

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  100. I don't use eco friendly cleaners routinely. I've tried a few here and there.

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  101. We haven't tried any yet.

    mmacaluso333@yahoo.com

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  102. We have tried seventh generation detergent and use vinegar.

    Savewish@yahoo.com

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  103. I use some Seventh Generation, Eco Sprouts, and my own mixtures.

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  104. I use vinegar and baking soda...sometimes peroxide...and 7th gen laundry detergent... is soooooo much better on my kiddos and my "picky" skin...lol..

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  105. i currently use shaklee products

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  106. I've been wanting to start making my own cleaning products.

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  107. I use mostly homemade stuff but I use 7th generation dish detergent and meyers hand soap.

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  108. We've never used eco friendly cleaners before!!!!!

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  109. i try to use eco friendly stuff whenever possible, or i try to make my own cleaning supplies.

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  110. We use only eco-friendly cleaners... lots of Seventh generation, some Ecover, Bac Out, Soup Nuts for clothes, and some home made remedies. I really love the convenience of SG's cleaning wipes. We use those all the time! :)

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  111. I use Dr. Bronner's for a lot of things.

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  112. Yes, I use Seventh Generation, Method, and Ecover, as well as homemade stuff.

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  113. We use Bac Out and Seventh Generation.

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  114. Baking soda and vinegar usually. Homemade laundry soap.

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  115. I used a lot of vinegar for cleaning around the house, but I'd like more types of cleaners (such as those from Seventh Generation).

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  116. We use Mrs. Meyers and love it!

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  117. I already entered this great giveaway but wanted to invite you to join my Natural Living Linky Party! I know my readers would love it too.

    http://www.naturallivingmamma.com/2012/09/27/september-28th-natural-living-sales-and-giveaways/

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  118. I use 7th gen dish soap, Nellie's laundry detergent, and jaws cleaners. I won them all in eco-friendly giveaways! <3

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  119. We use econuts, vinegar, seventh generation and Dr. Bronners.

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  120. I'm still trying to find the right brand for our family.

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  121. We cloth diaper in our house, so Bac Out is a big helper. We also use a lot of baking soda/vinegar and lemon solutions for cleaning toilets, bathtubs, kitchen counters etc.

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  122. I currently use cleaning products from homemade recipes that bloggers and friends have posted. But I am still partial to Clorox Greenworks.

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  123. Right now we are trying out a few different products. Mostly I use just plain dish soap and water. I also use vinegar quite a bit. I'm allergic to bleach and most other cleaners. So its difficult for me to purchase cleaners.

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  124. I don't use as many as I should. I have been trying to use more household products.
    beh2351@frontier.com

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  125. I use vinegar nd baking soda alot, also use seventh generation as well, lemon I use alot too!

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  126. We use Green Works and some bumGenius detergent.

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  127. I use Seventh Generation cleaning products.

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  128. We use a lot of water and vinegar solutions. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  129. Yes! We currently use Melaluca products and love them.

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  130. We use Seventh Generation Products!

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  131. Method hand soap. 7th generation dishsoap

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  132. We've been using The Honest Co products now. :-D

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  133. Don't know the name but I buy the Eco laundry detergent from Costco

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  134. We use A Happy Green Life Natural Laundry Wash and Green Works for the kitchen.

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  135. I have never tried them but have always wanted to!

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  136. I have been trying to use more vinegar and baking soda but haven't bought anything green yet.

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  137. We use California baby products. Never tried anything else good in our house. But would love to start.

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  138. I use Seventh Generation Baby Wipes and diapers, but I have not used their cleaning supplies yet. I look forward to trying them.

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