May 10th, 2012

Eucalan Giveaway: Spring Cleaning in Four Scents

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With Spring in full force, there has been lots of spring cleaning going on. It seems like every day more of us are bringing in selections from our own stash clean-outs to pass on. I’ve packed up most of my sweaters, but before that, they got a little bath in Eucalan.

Eucalan has shared with us a Gift Pack and Getaway Gang to give away to you, but more on that later.

If you’ve never tried Eucalan, it is a no-rinse delicate wash that is available in four scents: eucalyptus, lavender, grapefruit, and unscented. It is great for washing your woolens, but it has many more uses! From your delicate handwash clothes to drapery, it’s a wonderful cleaning product that you don’t have to rinse out (so it saves on water too).

Check out this introductory video from Eucalan for more information:

Now for the giveaway! One random commenter will receive a Eucalan Gift Pack that includes 3.3oz bottles of each of the four scents, and one random commenter will receive a Getaway Gang that includes a sample size of each scent, plus a small sewing kit, Eucalan Lint Remover Sheets, and Eucalan Stain-Treating Wipes.

Leave one comment with your favorite cleaning tip by May 14th at 2:00pm EDT when we will draw the winner. And don’t forget to check out Eucalan on Facebook and their blog!

Good luck!

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Mary has worked at WEBS since 2005. She has been knitting since 2000 and also knows how to crochet, spin, and use a rigid heddle loom.
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  • Sarahknits

    I am not a great housekeeper, but I am best when I concentrate on one room per day. It makes the job more manageable. I also try to go to bed with the kitchen counters and dishes clean. Everything else…no comment! :)

  • Wagirl_98

    I love this stuff!

  • q.piper

    Got to say the “I can do anything for 15 minutes” approach from FlyLady has made a big difference in my approach to cleaning.  As in, I now approach cleaning a lot more often!

  • Karen

    When storing hats, mittens, scarves in a plastic tote use lavender stones at the bottom to keep the items smelling fresh and clean. It is also good for keeping moths away

  • Eileen

    My mother always said that sunshine is the best disinfectant. I live in a damp climate, so the sheer act of opening up the house come springtime and letting it flood with light is an important part of cleaning for me.

  • Megamarbles

    This is a wonder product. Doesn’tvdestroy the natural oils in the wool.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bethany-Sheldahl/100003612189332 Bethany Sheldahl

    Use baking soda and vinegar instead of toxic chemicals for everything

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bethany-Sheldahl/100003612189332 Bethany Sheldahl

    Oops! Didn’t mean to post again!

  • kimberlywiggin

    It’s not actual cleaning, but one thing I like to do is put a couple of drops of an essential oil on a cotton pad or in an oil diffuser to make a room smell fresh and pretty.  Eucalyptus is great during cold and flu season, and of course lavender is always relaxing.

  • Leslie

    Knit rugs – that way I have something to sweep the dirt under.

  • Heidi

    Spot clean often. I keep disinfecting wet cloths in the kitchen baths to clean counters and sinks,etc in between the days I do a more thorough cleaning job.

  • Kenyetta Davis-Richards

    I love to use white vinegar to eliminate odors! 

  • Nat

    I use those micro fibre cloths that don’t require cleaning solutions to work, just water. That gets kind of boring, so sometimes I add essential oils to my water squirter so make things smell nice as I work. My favourites are spearmint and lavender. Or, sometimes I use a bit of organic vanilla. 

  • Slmiller8

    Hmm, haven’t been able to think of a cleaning tip; what does that have to say about the state of my house?

  • SpiffyB

    Invite your friends over – then you _have_ to clean the house… :-)

  • Sheri N

    Rubbing alcohol on stainless faucets really makes them shine.

  • Hilary

    I like to use those little fuzzbuster lint vacuum things to sharpen up a piece.  As for household cleaning, I find the Resolve carpet cleaner works miracles for me

  • Esther Paris

    Couldn’t do a comment via my phone. First chance at laptop at 3 PM. Oh well. My fave cleaning tip is figuring out how to use Eucalan in the front loader. I just put the Eucalan in the “softener” compartment and simply do a “rinse and spin”. Easy peasy.