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Natural House Surfy

Hey Neighbors!

I am not sure how many of you remember, but awhile ago I did a review and giveaway with Natural House for Sinky, Trashy and Flushy.  Each of these products worked very well and are natural household cleaning products.  Now Natural House has another product they are allowing me to share here with my neighbors At the Fence.  It is called Surfy.  It is an all surface cleaner and like all Natural House products you can feel good about using it around your home.


I received Surfy and was able to use it around my home.  Surfy worked well, cutting the grease and grime on my stove top.  Afterwards, I used Surfy on my kitchen garbage can lid.  Somehow the lid never stays clean, and it is a major source of germs I am sure.  You can see by my pictures how well Surfy worked.  The part I like best though is because Surfy is Probiotic, it continues to clean even after I am done.  And Surfy can be used all over the house, from kitchen counter tops, to appliances and even bathroom surfaces.






Here is some information about Surfy from Natural House:
Benefits of using Surfy:

  • Industry-First, Cutting-Edge Probiotic Cleaning Product.
  • Convenient spray top nozzle for quick and dispersed application
  • Naturally digests odors at their source leaving a fresh botanical scent
  • Probiotics create a beneficial, odor eating ecosystem on any and all surfaces
  • Active ingredients keep working to maintain germ and odor free surface
  • Contains no VOC’s or other harmful chemicals Keeps dangerous pathogens off any surface
  • Leaves no Dulling Residue
  • Scrubbing action scours dirt and lifts germs and grime, while driving out odors at their source
  • Eco-Friendly, non-toxic, biodegradable

 Are any of my neighbors interested in trying Surfy?  You can purchase them directly from Natural House.  Oh, and be sure to follow them on Twitter and "like" their Facebook page so you can stay informed about new products as they come out.


One neighbor (US only) will receive a bottle of Surfy.


Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive Surfy from Natural House for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  Quotes are taken from the Natural House email or website.



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Comments

Darlene said…
I would use this on my stove and overhead fan as they always get greasy.

owen.darlene@gmail.com
Marisa said…
Definitely on my stove and kitchen counters.

madmegid at yahoo dot com
Anne N. said…
the kitchen sink
This will definitely come handy in the kitchen. The stove always takes a beating when dinner is made!
Unknown said…
The kitchen, definately the kitchen.

danellejohns at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
I would use it to clean kitchen counters

Claudia.
I would use it on my kitchen counters
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com
Anonymous said…
I will use it on my kitchen countertops
jednc @ hotmail .com
Christie said…
my kitchen neeeeeedddsss this badly.
Tamar said…
Looks like my kitchen and everything would be great for this.
Hotsnotty2 said…
I would use it to clean the kitchen counters

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com
rubynreba said…
I would like to use it in my bathroom.
pbclark(at)netins(dot)net
llinda29 said…
I will clean the kitchen
Unknown said…
I would use this on my bathroom counters. I use loose powder make up and sometimes it gets messy

rugerpuppies at hotmail dot com
kitchen and bathroom crystletellerday@yahoo.com
tavernie said…
In the Kitchen!
ptavernie at yahoo dot com
bbrittbrat1398 said…
in the bathroom!
BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com
Caryn said…
My kitchen and bathroom countertops

caryn9802 at yahoo dot com
Cheri said…
Definitely in the kitchen! suilecpep at hotmail dot com
Karen said…
I will use it in the kitchen. Thanks for the giveaway.
mverno said…
use it on my stove first of all
mverno@roadrunner.com
Unknown said…
I plan on use it on the stove and the sinks
Unknown said…
Kitchen, my stove!!
jessica.goodwill@yahoo.com
wins4me said…
The kitchen sink
lp23 said…
I would most likely use it in the kitchen.
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my bathroom
vmkids3 at ms dot com
Karen said…
The stove for sure !!

ktgonyea at gmail.com
laurasloves said…
I would use it on the stove and refrigerator.
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com
Whitney said…
I would definitely use this on the stove and around the kitchen!
walindeman @ gmail dot com
Scott D said…
Stove and countertops!
Martina M said…
I live with my brother and he loves to leave a mess after he "cooks" enough said lol
corey1971 said…
I would use it all over my kitchen. (Corey Olomon)
cman said…
Sink and counters.
Unknown said…
our kitchen. it is scary.

danielle b

ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com
dvice12 said…
I'd use this is my kitchen
Anonymous said…
I'd probably use it in the kitchen.

Tim Moss, yupbucket@hotmail.com
Amber said…
in the kitchen
Iliana Reyes said…
I would use this all over from my stove to bathroom!

rocky.mart@yahoo.com
Charlene Kuser said…
I would use this in my bathroom

CharlieGurl57@aol.com
Carolyn said…
I'd use this in my kitchen.

cmkrieger at gmail dot com

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