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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Tropical Traditions All-Purpose Cleaner Review & Giveaway!!

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012


I was one who was sold on all of Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions prod­ucts since my very first review with them which was for their awe­some  Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions Gold Label Vir­gin Coconut Oil.

Since then, I also reviewed and fell in love with their Dish Liq­uid which is Coconut oil based. Both of the prod­ucts I reviewed from Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions totally exceeded my expec­ta­tions, and from that point on I knew I wanted to review more of these awe­some products!




This time around I was ecsta­tic to receive a bot­tle of their hot sell­ing Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions All-Purpose Cleaner. Again, this prod­uct cer­tainly did not dis­ap­point and worked as excel­lently as I expected it to.

This fan­tas­tic Non-toxic house­hold cleaner can be used for kitchens, bath­rooms, laun­dry, for wash­ing your car or even can be used as dish wash­ing liq­uid! Wow!! I was so sat­is­fied with it’s per­for­mance in and around my house! It claims to cut grease and oil as well, although I did not test it out on that as of yet. I did use it all over my kitchen coun­ter­tops and appli­ances and it left a clean and shiny fin­ish! It floored me when I sprayed in on stub­born mildew stains in my base­ment bath­room shower stall too! I let it sit for about 15 min­utes and then gave it a good wipe, and voila! Stub­born gross mildew stains came off like a charm! I am super pleased with this prod­uct, and is safe to use around young chil­dren and pets!!




Here are some of the handy uses for this phe­nom­e­nal product:


Safe & non-toxic, this solu­tion is for all your household/commercial clean­ing needs! Replace all of your harm­ful, toxic clean­ers with House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner! This envi­ron­men­tally safe botan­i­cal mix­ture con­tains no harm­ful deter­gents or sol­vents, no per­fumes or dyes, and is easy to use! House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner is an enzyme-based botan­i­cal for­mula that can cut through the tough­est grease or dirt, and is com­pletely non-toxic.

Spray House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner on counter tops, stove tops, ovens, refrig­er­a­tors and sinks and wipe clean. For more dif­fi­cult areas, let sit for a longer period of time. May also be used as a dish­wash­ing liq­uid in the sink or dish­washer. Put in soap dis­penser or foamer and use for hand soap. Cuts grease, wax and oil.


Spray House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner in the bath­tub, sink and toi­let. Wipe and rinse. Also spray on soap scum, mold and mildew; leave on for sev­eral min­utes, then wipe and rinse clean.

Use 1–2 oz. House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner in 1 gal­lon of water when wash­ing car.

  • Exte­rior: For bugs, tree sap and tar, spray directly on the area. Let
    sit for a few min­utes, then wash off with water and a clean cloth. Works great
    for remov­ing grease, dirt & oil!
  • Tires: Spray directly on tires. Let sit sev­eral min­utes, then gen­tly
    scrub with a brush and rinse clean.
  • Engine: Spray directly on cool engine. Let sit for up to 30 min­utes,
    then wipe or spray clean.

Spray on fruits/vegetables, then rinse clean.

Pre-spray stains and spots with House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner. Use 1–3 ounces in wash cycle. Heav­ily soiled or large loads: Pre-spray stains and spots. If espe­cially greasy or soiled, allow to soak for at least 30 min­utes or even overnight if nec­es­sary, then wash as nor­mal. Works great for remov­ing blood, grease, wax, dirt & oil!

Spray directly on sur­face and let sit for sev­eral min­utes. Scrub with a brush and wipe clean with a damp cloth. Repeat if necessary.

Other Uses
House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner can be used on car­pets, walls, and floors. May also be used as car­pet sham­poo. (Sub­sti­tute car­pet sham­poo with House­hold Tra­di­tions All Pur­pose Cleaner when cleaning.)



I give Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions All-Purpose Cleaner a huge thumbs up, and rec­om­mend that every­one have a bot­tle of this handy at all times!


♥→I received prod­uct for review.  The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way.  Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts.  Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥


Buy It!! It is Avail­able online at ($6.99 for 32 oz.)

Win It!!  Enter my sweep­stakes give­away below for a chance to win your own 32 oz. bot­tle of All Nat­ural House­hold Cleaner! Open to Cana­dian and US res­i­dents. 

How to enter: All entries must be sub­mit­ted using the Raf­fle­copter form below. After you com­plete the easy manda­tory entry, you can do as many bonus entries as you’d like to increase your chances of win­ning. I will be check­ing for dupli­cate entries to make sure it’s fair, and no cheat­ing will be tolerated!




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CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Tropical Traditions Coconut oil based Dish Liquid Review & Giveaway!!CLOSED

Thursday, December 15th, 2011



If you are any­thing like me, you hate doing dishes to begin with, but we all have to or nobody eats in the house unless you invest in thou­sands of paper plates. I am rel­a­tively picky when choos­ing my dish soap, and it has to be one that cuts through grease and actu­ally cleans my dishes!

I had done a review last year for Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions Coconut oil, and really enjoyed my jar that was put towards a whack of things like into bak­ing, used in skin care prod­ucts, etc! I was amazed with their coconut oil, and for all of the things that one can actu­ally use it for!




This time around I requested to review their Dish Liq­uid which is Coconut oil based!

House­hold Tra­di­tions Dish Liq­uid is free of:

•Petro­leum Sol­vents
•Res­pi­ra­tory and Skin irritants



The deliv­ery time was spec­tac­u­lar! I received my dish liq­uid within just a few days, and I was def­i­nitely impressed!  I did a load of dishes with it as soon as it arrived and really liked it to be hon­est, and it did not have a both­er­some or over­whelm­ing scent. I found that this House­hold Tra­di­tions Dish Liq­uid was just as they claim it to be, low suds­ing, safe on my skin, and cleaned my greasy dishes left in my sink from the night before! My dishes were squeaky clean! What more could you ask for? Another thing  that I noticed was how soft my hands were after using this prod­uct. Usu­ally after doing dishes my hands feel itchy and dry so I have to use a lot of hand creams and lotions, but I did not have to do this with Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions dish liq­uid. I was very pleased with the results and I will con­tinue to use this prod­uct in my kitchen.  Just like the other Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions prod­uct that I have tried, they have the best dish soap in my per­sonal opin­ion as it is top qual­ity and no excep­tion to the other prod­uct reviewed by their com­pany! I would have to give a huge kudos to another great prod­uct from Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions! This com­pany rocks!!




Another thing that I just recently noticed on the Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions web­site is that they have a Free Coconut Recipes sec­tion that were all kitchen tested, tried and true! It’s so astound­ing when you see the thou­sands of uses there is for coconut oil! It is used in bak­ing, house­hold clean­ers, cos­met­ics and so much more!






Thanks to the very kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions, 1 very lucky Cool­Canucks reader has the chance to win one quart of their won­der­ful dish liq­uid as well! SWEET!!!!!



To Enter:


1) Head on over to Trop­i­cal Tra­di­tions and let me know what you would love to try from there, and then please leave a com­ment here!


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



♥→I received prod­uct for review.  The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way.  Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts.  Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥





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