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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Smelly Towel Odor Remover Review & Giveaway! CLOSED

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Spon­sored by Tomoson.com

Spon­sored by Tomoson.com
 

Smelly Washer must have heard about my stinky Tow­els and sent me their solu­tion called Smelly Towel!

Dif­fer­ence Between Smelly Washer & Smelly Towel:
Smelly Washer Cleaner is for an empty washer and Smelly Towel is for a washer with tow­els and cloth­ing in it. In short, Smelly Towel Cleaner was made specif­i­cally for tow­els and cloth­ing. Its gen­tle for­mula is designed to remove odor-causing mold from tow­els and cloth­ing.  It’s citrus-based for­mula leaves your tow­els and cloth­ing smelling like they are new!

Why Tow­els Build Up Mold, Mildew, and Odor:
Overuse of deter­gents, using fab­ric soft­ener and/or using only low water tem­per­a­tures for wash­ing will cause odor in your washer.  The odor-causing residue and mold spores are trans­ferred to tow­els and cloth­ing and are impos­si­ble to remove until the washer has been cleaned. Tow­els are more plush than cloth­ing there­fore absorb more mold spores.  Also, tow­els are used near the face and when wet so odor is noticed more.

 

Smelly Washer’s new prod­uct called Smelly Towel was made specif­i­cally for tow­els and cloth­ing. Its gen­tle for­mula is designed to remove odor-causing mold from tow­els and clothing.

It’s citrus-based for­mula leaves your tow­els and cloth­ing smelling like they are new!

 

Overuse of deter­gents, using fab­ric soft­ener and/or using only low water tem­per­a­tures for wash­ing will cause odor in your washer. The odor-causing residue and mold spores are trans­ferred to tow­els and cloth­ing and are impos­si­ble to remove until the washer has been cleaned. Tow­els are more plush than cloth­ing there­fore absorb more mold spores. Also, tow­els are used near the face and when wet so odor is noticed more.

What I liked about Smelly Towel Cleaner

•Up to 24 treat­ments per bot­tle
•Easy to use
•All Natural


How to Use – Wash a full load of tow­els or cloth­ing with hot water and add 1 level cap (1 TBSP) of Smelly Towel Cleaner in place of Deter­gent. More extreme cases may need to soak for 2 hours to com­pletely remove odor.

 

***Read Bot­tle for full direc­tions – may fade del­i­cate gar­ments and new coloured tow­els if care is not taken. ***

Thanks to Smelly Washer for let­ting me review this phe­nom­e­nal product!!

 

I fol­lowed the direc­tions and washed a load of tow­els with just this cleaner in hot water. After tum­bling through the dryer my tow­els were clean, soft and smelled very fresh almost like new! Thanks to Smelly Washer,  I am overly impressed with their amaz­ing new prod­uct called Smelly Towel, and will be order­ing a whack more in the future! I sin­cerely rec­om­mend both of these great prod­ucts (Smelly Washer & Smelly Towel) to ANYONE!! These great prod­ucts can be pur­chased inex­pen­sively through the Smelly Washer website!

 

The extremely kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Smelly Washer has offered to give away to one lucky Cool­Canucks reader, their very OWN Bot­tle of Smelly Towel!! It is amaz­ing and you will love the results!

 

To Enter:

Manda­tory Entry – ***This is a MUST!! Those who don’t ful­fill the very first entry will be dis­qual­i­fied! Also, any com­ments such as ‘enter me’ or ‘love to win’ will be deleted.***

 

Let me know why you would love to try this Smelly Towel Odor Remover prod­uct!!  

 

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————

 

*****EXTRA ENTRIES: (Optional, these are there for you just in case you would like more chances of win­ning!!)********** Leave com­ments all in one com­ment box, or in sep­a­rate boxes, that is totally up to you! Note: All entries left in one box only counts as one entry so your choice!****************

 

**NEW – I entered a con­test on Face­book thru Key­stone Canada Beer to win a BBQ. Go there and vote for me, and then come back here and tell me which # you were when you voted! Get 5 extra entries just for vot­ing for me once – and leave 5 comments!!**

Instruc­tions on how to vote:

You just have to type in my name, (Heather Clouston-Diotte) and when you find me – you MUST click on “Yep, that’s unsmooth’ for the vote to count.
Here is the linky:

http://apps.facebook.com/keystone_light/leaderboard.php
 

When u first get there you will see a page that has blue writ­ing at the bot­tom that says some­thing like vote for the most unsmooth moment. You just click on that and u should see me, if not – there is a search for friends box on the right – and then under my name there is a but­ton that says ‘yup, thats unsmooth!’ – u just click that for the vote to count – thats it!

 

SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side of blog) via email. (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment please.

 

Fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect – this is also on the right hand side of my blog.

 

Fol­low @coolcanucks on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

 

Tweet this con­test! Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! *NOW UNLIMITED TWEETS DAILY!!* and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link*

(Please note, there is a NEW Retweet but­ton added below this post – you may also use that for a quick and easy tweet – be sure to leave me the sta­tus link though!)

 

NEW!! Become a Fan of Cool­Canucks on our Face­book Page! 2 entries, leave 2 com­ments! Leave me your FB name please!

 

Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

 

Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

 

Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments


Sub­scribe to Cool­Canucks RSS Feed! + 2 leave 2 comments


Pur­chase Smelly Towel for the dura­tion of the give­away and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me in a comment!

 

**Give­away open to both US & Canada and expires on Sep­tem­ber 27th, 2010**

 

A HUGE thank you to Smelly Towel for spon­sor­ing us with this GREAT Con­test here at CoolCanucks!!

 

 

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    August 27th, 2010 at 12:57 pmyour but­ton is on my blog http://www.redfuzzycow.blogspot.com #4

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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Smelly Towel Review & Giveaway!!*CLOSED*

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

 

Smelly Washer must have heard about my stinky Tow­els and sent me their solu­tion called Smelly Towel!

Dif­fer­ence Between Smelly Washer & Smelly Towel:
Smelly Washer Cleaner is for an empty washer and Smelly Towel is for a washer with tow­els and cloth­ing in it. In short, Smelly Towel Cleaner was made specif­i­cally for tow­els and cloth­ing. Its gen­tle for­mula is designed to remove odor-causing mold from tow­els and cloth­ing.  It’s citrus-based for­mula leaves your tow­els and cloth­ing smelling like they are new!

Why Tow­els Build Up Mold, Mildew, and Odor:
Overuse of deter­gents, using fab­ric soft­ener and/or using only low water tem­per­a­tures for wash­ing will cause odor in your washer.  The odor-causing residue and mold spores are trans­ferred to tow­els and cloth­ing and are impos­si­ble to remove until the washer has been cleaned. Tow­els are more plush than cloth­ing there­fore absorb more mold spores.  Also, tow­els are used near the face and when wet so odor is noticed more.

 

Smelly Washer’s new prod­uct called Smelly Towel was made specif­i­cally for tow­els and cloth­ing. Its gen­tle for­mula is designed to remove odor-causing mold from tow­els and clothing.

It’s citrus-based for­mula leaves your tow­els and cloth­ing smelling like they are new!

 

Overuse of deter­gents, using fab­ric soft­ener and/or using only low water tem­per­a­tures for wash­ing will cause odor in your washer. The odor-causing residue and mold spores are trans­ferred to tow­els and cloth­ing and are impos­si­ble to remove until the washer has been cleaned. Tow­els are more plush than cloth­ing there­fore absorb more mold spores. Also, tow­els are used near the face and when wet so odor is noticed more.

What I liked about Smelly Towel Cleaner

•Up to 24 treat­ments per bot­tle
•Easy to use
•All Natural


How to Use — Wash a full load of tow­els or cloth­ing with hot water and add 1 level cap (1 TBSP) of Smelly Towel Cleaner in place of Deter­gent. More extreme cases may need to soak for 2 hours to com­pletely remove odor.

 

 

 

***Read Bot­tle for full direc­tions — may fade del­i­cate gar­ments and new coloured tow­els if care is not taken. ***

 

I fol­lowed the direc­tions and washed a load of tow­els with just this cleaner in hot water. After tum­bling through the dryer my tow­els were clean, soft and smelled very fresh almost like new! Thanks to Smelly Washer,  I am overly impressed with their amaz­ing new prod­uct called Smelly Towel, and will be order­ing a whack more in the future! I sin­cerely rec­om­mend both of these great prod­ucts (Smelly Washer & Smelly Towel) to ANYONE!!

Although you can­not yet pur­chase Smelly Towel, you can cer­tainly win it before it hit’s the mar­ket! The extremely kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Smelly Washer has offered to give away to one lucky Cool­Canucks reader, their very OWN Bot­tle of Smelly Towel!! It is amaz­ing and you will love the results!

 

*****Let me explain on how to enter here as alot of peo­ple are not fol­low­ing the rules, and their entries are sim­ply being deleted! I am sorry to say this but, if you can­not fol­low my rules here, then your com­ments are sim­ply deleted. It’s not hard to do these 3 easy things!!*****

 

1) First check out the Smelly Washer web­site, and then come back here and tell me why you need to have this new Smelly Towel product!

 

2) You MUST ALSO SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side) via email! (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment and SAY I SUBSCRIBED VIA EMAIL!

 

3) And thirdly for any entries to count, fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect!! TELL ME THAT YOU FOLLOW COOLCANUCKS VIA GOOGLE FRIEND CONNECT IN A COMMENT! SORRY FOR THE CAPS, BUT ALOT OF PEOPLE DON’T KNOW HOW TO FOLLOW OR READ RULES AND I HAVE TO GET THEIR ATTENTION SOMEHOW!!!!!

 

******************If you don’t do the top 3, then your com­ments will be DELETED, plain and simple************************************

 

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————

 

EXTRA ENTRIES:

 

Fol­low @coolcanucks  on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

 

Tweet this con­test link­ing to @coolcanucks and Smelly Washer! Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! *Do this ONLY MAXIMUM of ONCE a day, and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link*

 

Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

 

Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

 

Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments

 
Sub­scribe to Cool­Canucks RSS Feed! + 2 leave 2 comments

 
Refer a friend to Cool­Canucks Forum – do not sign your­self up and cheat, I can check IP’s! Tell me who the refer­ral is, and earn 10 extra entries at once!

 
Pur­chase any­thing from Smelly Washer for the dura­tion of the give­away 
 and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me what it was in a comment!

 

**Give­away open to both Canada & US and expires on April 6th, 2010**

 

A HUGE Thank you to Smelly Washer for host­ing this great Giveaway!!

 

 Con­grats to #235

 

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  •  Sue E
    March 8th, 2010 at 2:54 pm 

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