Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Natural House Review and Giveaway!

Hi neighbors!

Beautiful day here.  We had dinner and then the family played volleyball!  You would not believe the competition that goes on.

Now, I have to tell you I really like this new product.  The Natural House probiotic cleaning products are great!  I received Sinky, Flushy and Trashy to try out.  This is a new method of cleaning the dirtiest areas of your house.  The all natural cleaners utilize a non-toxic, probiotic cleaning agents.  Are you concerned about the type of products you use in your home?  Here is a natural household cleaning product.

Sinky
Flushy
Trashy
From Natural House:
Here's a little more info about why our all-natural cleaning products are superior to those currently on the market!
  • Our products use an eco-friendly cleaning method of probiotics that create a beneficial, odor eating ecosystem to naturally drive out and digest odors at their source.
  • Natural House's plant-based ingredients are eco-friendly, non-toxic and biodegradable to naturally fight the toughest problems you face in your house. 
  • Our products, Sinky and Flushy even break down and digest fats, oil, grease, and solid waste to ensure your disposal, pipes, drain lines or septic tank run smoothly.
  • Our cleaners contain good probiotics which continue to scour, clean, consume odors, grime, grease, and germs, and they continue to do so until your next weekly treatment!
  • We earned the coveted Retailers’ Choice Award” at the 2011 National Hardware Show!
So how exactly does probiotic household cleaners work?

  • The surfaces in your house are like a garden. If you don’t seed with good plants, weeds will grow. You have the same choice with your household surfaces: sanitize for a moment with harsh chemicals leaving your surface open to recontamination or seed with probiotics to continuously weed out the bad micro-organisms.
  • Traditional cleaners “clean” a surface for a moment in time; the second the rag is finished wiping the surface, that surface is almost instantly polluted once again with ambient dust, dirt, and micro-organisms.
  • Natural House probiotics creates mini-ecosystem on a microbial level that produces enzymes which break down odors, dirt, fats, oil, grease, food scraps, waste and toilet paper products on a continuous basis between applications. This creates a natural, clean, balanced environment that is safe for even the most sensitive members of your natural house.
  • The action is in the foam!  When using your Natural House products be sure and let it foam first to release the cleaning agents before going to the next step on the package directions.
The short and skinny of it is this... our natural probiotic cleaners keep on cleaning long after you've stopped!  



Before I go very far let me tell you, we live in an older home, and have experienced some plumbing problems lately.  The sink really has had an odor recently.  After using Natural House Sinky, the odor is gone.  GONE!  You just take one of the little packets, drop them in the drain and then run hot water over them until it dissolves.  You do this once a week.  Works great!
Sinky packet.
Place in drain.
Run hot water until the packet dissolves.


The Flushy packet, you just drop in the toilet and wait for it to dissolve and start bubbling.  Then you use a toilet brush to scrub the toilet and then flush!  You're all done!  I have seen improvement here too!
Flushy packet.
Drop in toilet.
Packet starts dissolving.
Begins bubbling and foaming.
Scrub with a toilet brush.
And flush!  Probiotics keep working!


Last but not least is Trashy!  We have a large family, so we have two trash cans in the kitchen.  1 for trash and the other for burnable items. Of course we also have a container in the back for recyclables.  Anyway with eight people in the family we go through a lot of trash.  And trash cans never smell nice.  I don't know how many times someone spills food down inside the trash can.  You know, the bag fell in and instead of pulling it up they just keep pouring trash in.  And no one ever knows who did it!  Anyway, spray Trashy into your trash can and the probiotics begin working.  It has a fresh minty fragrance.  My trash can never smelled so good!  As with the other products use once a week.  


You can purchase these natural household cleaning products on the Natural House website or on Amazon.  Be sure to connect with Natural House on Twitter and Facebook.


Here is a quick video you can watch about how Natural House probiotic natural household cleaners work:






At the Fence recommends the Natural House natural household cleaning products to all my neighbors.





Now one of my neighbors will receive a months supply of all three Natural House products. (Sinky, Flushy, Trashy)













22 comments:

Darlene said...

I am concerned about harsh chemicals as I have well water and I don't want all them chemicals going into the ground.

owen.darlene@gmail.com

karenmed409 said...

Yes, I am concerned.. I don't like the vapors from some cleaner I have used before.
karenmed409 at comcast dot net

Colleen M said...

We are trying hard to change to more natural cleaners that are less toxic to us and our environment. I like to use cleaners that I don't have to worry about harmful chemicals.

Amy W. said...

I've recently started to be concerned. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

dor said...

I am very concerned ... esp. javex. Looking for options and this product sounds perfect.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

ksceviour said...

yes,I am starting to get alot more concerned about harsh chemicals!
ksceviour at hotmail dot com

Renfie said...

I am concerned to an extent. I don't like the idea of harsh chemicals around the house, but I also understand that strong chemicals are useful in killing viruses. I like natural products, but the harsher stuff has it's place.

renfie.fields@gmail.com

CherylS22 said...

I'm concerned about using harsh chemicals in my home, but sometimes it is necessary. I try to keep it to a minimum.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Donna said...

I am concerned for my children's health as well as mine. I have severe asthma that is easily irritated by chemicals/cleaners.

Kim said...

I am concerned and am currently switching over to a green way of cleaning. I have always used things like vinegar, salt and lemon to clean up with. So I am pretty happy that more companies are taking the green situation more seriously. ut_oh_its_kim@hotmail.com

latanya said...

I am concerned especially since we have a baby in the house.

Shelly said...

yes, I am concerned

crown_of_glory38 said...

I am concerned about using harsh chemicals in my home because I have a 15 month old & don't like using them around her or me.
Stephanie Mago-Eagle
SAnneEagle71@yahoo.com

Toni said...

i don't like using harsh chemicals anywhere in my house, i try to use natural cleaners
tmarie56@hotmail.com

Robyn said...

I have almost quit using chemicals in my home. I use a microfiber on windows/mirrors, I try not to use toilet chemicals, but we get rings. I am VERY interested in these natural cleaning products, especially the toilet!

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com

phoinexpeace@gmail.com said...

Using harsh chemicals in my house is a concern of mine and I have recently started switching to safer brands.

Aileen said...

Looks like a real interesting product. I'm all for using less chemicals to clean the house. arobimom at gmail dot com

Barginmom said...

Yes I am concerned, I try to use natural products when I can, but that does not always work for me.

KD { Mom of 3 Dolls } said...

I don't like using harsh chemicals in the house. My hubby's starting to do the same in the house. Now I need to get the outside chemical-free or at least non-toxic!

mary brown said...

Since I have asthma I'd rather not use smelly chemicals to clean, but I've always wondered if the natural cleaners really worked.

Jodi Kershuk said...

Very concerned. I have children and pets and hate using them. I try to clean with vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda. That "just cleaned" chemical smell is too much.

Misusedinnocence said...

I am definitely concerned and would love to try this.

misusedinnocence@aol.com