Friday, January 22, 2010

Smelly Towel Review & Giveaway


I recently had the chance to review SmellyWashers new product, Smelly Towel. A natural product designed to make your laundry smell fresh by killing mold spores. All you have to do is add a cupful of Smelly Towel to your laundry in place of your regular detergent and you are good to go. Smelly towel is a pink powder that comes in a 12 oz bottle. As soon as I opened the bottle I was trying to place the smell. Its kind of a fruity citrus scent.

This came just in time. My husband has been coming home from work with his clothes having a sulphur smell. Right away I knew I was going to put Smelly Towel to the test on his uniforms. Since the smell was very strong, I followed instructions on the bottle and soaked his work clothes for 2 hours. After the cycle was done his work clothes smelled normal again. I now use Smelly Towel on all his work clothes as well as my towels.

SmellyWasher is giving one lucky reader Frugal Housewife reader a bottle of Smelly Towel. To enter you must be a US resident 18 years or older. Winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Entries close 1/29/2010.


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54 comments:

Jennifer said...

Sounds interesting.. Jennifer jk(dot)gorcery(at)gmail(dot).com

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Jackie at 3littleones said...

sounds cool - Jackie Buccigross - jbuccigross@gmail.com

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Diana D said...

I am a subscriber. Would love to try the product. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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Anonymous said...

I would really like to try this on my washcloths. They always seem to get weird black stuff,mmm I wonder what that is?

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rubynreba said...

I'd like to try this - thanks!
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Jessica said...

Wow. I have never heard of this.

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Christine said...

I would really like to try this.
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Lori said...

Sounds like it could be good with cloth diapers!
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Cindy said...

Sounds like a great product!

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Erica said...

My fiancée's clothes smell awful too, this would be great for me to use when we're married! Thanks!
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Desiree said...

I had a problem with my husbands workout clothes being smelly and started using oxyclean. We are almost out and I would love to see how this works.

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RR said...

I'd give it a try.

lauralearussell said...

Would love to try this one out.

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Laura's Leaner Life said...

Looks interesting - thanks for the chance!

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CherylS22 said...

I'd love to try this product. Thanks!
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Linda said...

I have smelly towels and would love to try this product on them. Thanks