Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Dropps Laundry Detergent

A while ago, I was offered the opportunity to try Dropps Laundry Pacs and host a giveaway here at A Busy Mom of Two.

Dropps are 6x concentrated detergent that is premeasured and comes in a pac that dissolves right in the wash. It works in all temperatures and all washers, including HE. In addition, the detergent is enzyme free.

With the concentrated detergent and the use of the dissolvable liquid detergent pack, Dropps uses less plastic and water and it takes fewer trucks to ship, making them a conservation friendly product.

I must say, they definitely are convenient. I dropped them in the wash, turned on the water and filled the machine with my clothes - done. One draw back that I see is that you can't sniff the scent until the pac dissolves in the machine. I'm a detergent sniffer - I sit at the store and smell all the choices before buying my laundry detergent normally. I tried the Fresh Scent and the scent free variety - I preferred the scent free.

Have questions, you can find the answers to frequently asked questions here.

Thanks to the generosity of Dropps Laundry, I am able to offer the chance for one reader to win a 3 month supply of Dropps (3 - 20ct bags).

For your first entry, head over to Dropps.com and learn more about the product. Come back and post a comment with something you learned about Dropps.

For a second entry, subscribe to A Busy Mom of Two through e-mail or a reader and leave a comment letting me know that you subscribed.

For a third entry, follow me on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway. Be sure to come back and leave a comment with a link to your Tweet.

The giveaway will remain open until 7/13 at 6 pm. The winner will be selected using a random number generator. An e-mail will be sent to the winner and they will have 24 hours to respond or an alternate winner will be selected.

36 comments:

Jolene said...

I learned they have a baby formula! I think I need to get some of this! I have a little one on the way this November!

Roe said...

I learned that Dropps are suitable for front load washers! That's great!

Chief Family Officer said...

I love that they work in all washers, including front loaders, HE, top loaders, etc. I always passed by Dropps b/c I didn't know it could be used in HE washers. I love that it can be used in cold water, too!

- Marybeth I. said...

drops will not irritate your skin

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debbielynne said...

Dropps is easy peasy and comes in 3 scents. I think I'd like the fresh scent.

Sarah Eliza @ devastateboredom said...

I learned that they're phosphate and chlorine free! That's the first thing I look for normally. ;)

Sarah Eliza @ devastateboredom said...

Subscribed now! Looking forward to your posts...

Sarah Eliza @ devastateboredom said...

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Thanks for the giveaway!

Anne said...

Great that Dropps can be used in HE machines. Also super great for getting everyone to use the RIGHT amount of laundry detergent!

Holly said...

I'm never good at putting the right amount in my HE! I love the fact that it's premeasured. Makes it easy for my little ones to just drop it n and press the button...all by themself!

Effie said...

I like that they're making it eco friendly. effieloren(at)yahoo(dot)com

jane said...

I learned that I could use these in my front loading machine.

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Growing Small said...

Dropps will not irritate your skin - which is very important for my sensitive family :)

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Connie said...

Dropps enzyme free formula doesn't scrub out the color on your clothes.

Ki Ki said...

Dropps is phosphate-free, chlorine-free and NPE-free.

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trasmall said...

I learned that Dropps leave a lot less waste in landfills than traditional jug brands. Nice!

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nicsmall said...

Dropps can be used with High Efficieny machines, and cold water which also saves money!

Emily Toops said...

I learned that I can buy Dropps online at Amazon (although I hope to win some here too!)

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Cassidy said...

i learned that they have a scent and dye free one! this would be perfect for washing my babys stuff!

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Cassidy said...

im an email subscriber

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Martha said...

everything is pre-measured.mavans@scottsboro.org

ang b f said...

I learned that they have a formula safe for baby! I love the little packets for the dishwasher, they are quick, handy, and you use every last amount. So, I am so glad someone has made these for laundry as well! Good for the environment and you don't stand there holding a bottle upside down trying to drain just one more load worth out!

ang b f said...

Subscribed via email!

mamajil said...

I had never heard of this detergent, so I learned a lot. Sounds like a great product!

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Hey I am now following you on twitter!

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cblanchard76 said...

I learned the Dropps is eco friendly!!!

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Laura said...

I learned that they won't irritate your skin, which is perfect for my little one.

Laura said...

I am a subscriber via RSS.

Stacey said...

I like that they are pre-measured thus making them more cost effective. I tend to use too much laundry detergent thinking "more is better" even though I know that's not good for my front loader.

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Lauren S. said...

I learned that Dropps are phosphate-free, chlorine-free, and NPE-free; now I just need to learn what NPEs are!
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