Charlie’s Soap giveaway

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We did our best to choose a winner randomly, but any Christian knows that Somebody is in control and there’s no such thing as random.  That’s why I was delighted but not a bit surprised to find that the winner of last week’s giveaway for a free copy of Natalie Wickam’s Pajama School is

Tracey, who said:

I would love to win this! I would also love it if anyone that reads this would pray for me as my husband and I consider homeschooling our little ones who are not yet school age.

Thank you to everyone who entered, and please remember to keep Tracey in your prayers.

Don’t forget to enter Natalie’s fun and creative film-making contest to win a free pass to the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, worth hundreds of dollars.  What a great homeschooling project!


Next up:  Charlie’s Soap

We’re thrilled to be using Charlie’s Soap again after a brief excursion into making our own.  Homemade was fun and easy, but as it turns out it does not work well in hard water, nor is it recommended for cloth diapers.  If you have either, get thee some Charlie’s Soap pronto.  It’s quite possibly the cheapest zero-residue laundry detergent on the market, getting things truly clean without a lot of fillers, fragrance or other fluff.

Charlie’s Soap is safe for HE washers, delicates, dogs, and nearly anything else you can think of.

Are you ready to try it?  Don’t let me stop you from ordering some right now (tell them I sent you), but do take a moment to enter this giveaway.  If you win, great! – you’ll have enough to share.

What’s up for grabs?

An all-expenses paid trip to laundry heaven.  This Laundry Powder Combo Kit contains 80 loads of Laundry Powder, a handy Sprayer of All Purpose Cleaner, a Portable Emergency Stain Treater, a gallon refill of All Purpose Cleaner, and a stylish non-woven reusable Grocery Tote sporting the Charlie’s Soap logo.  Retails for $51.92, and worth every penny.

How to enter

Visit the Charlie’s Soap website.  Poke around the FAQ page, full of truly helpful questions and answers plus a healthy dose of good humor.

Then come back and leave a comment telling us why you need Charlie’s Soap or what you’ll be washing with Charlie’s Soap if you win.  Be creative!

As usual, you can enter again each time you promote this giveaway:

  1. blog it. Leave a comment with the link to your post.
  2. facebook it. Leave a comment with your user-name.
  3. twitter it. Leave a comment with your user-name.
  4. become a fan of Charlie’s Soap on facebook. If you’re already one, that counts too.  Either way, leave a comment with your user-name to tell us.
  5. or really amp your odds of winning by doing all of the above! Just come back to leave a comment for each separate entry.

Ready?  Set?  GO!!!

Comments

  1. I am in need of a laundry change. THis would be great

  2. Just tweeted, user name handsdelight

  3. A big family means lots of laundry and with a baby on the way, having some on hand would certainly be helpful. I’ver head some many people say how wonderful this product is, I would love to see for myself.

  4. I have never heard of Charlie’s Soap, but it sounds amazing. I am always up for trying new products that actually work!

  5. I love Charlie’s soap. Pick me!!

  6. Sorry, I forgot the link! I love this stuff and got too excited 🙂

    Heather
    http://pagesbyheather.blogspot.com/2009/09/seriously-great-soap.html

  7. Just blogged about it! Thanks for the additional ways to enter.
    Heather

  8. It is easy to answer what’d I’d be washing…everything! We use it for our cloth diapers and laundry. You are right when you say how great it is. We bought 3 little bags with registry gift cards and a year later just started our 3rd bag. They do more than 80 loads each for sure!

    We’ve never tried the other cleaners and I’d love the chance to do so. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    Heather

  9. I have a front loading HE machine, a husband with serious sensitivities to the vast majority of laundry detergents and a baby due in seven weeks! Last week I discovered the one detergent I was able to use on hubby’s laundry that was available locally in an HE formula is no longer available at the one store that carried it. I’ve resorted to making my own but need a better solution before our little Tot arrives November 1!

  10. Would love to try this, as it seems I’m washing a lot more clothes now with a baby around…and half the time I need to pre-treat the baby clothes too!!

  11. i would use it to wash the ton of laundry that seems to accumulate daily in our house!

  12. We have a baby coming early next year that we’re going to cloth diaper. I’d love to see if this is the right stuff for our family!

  13. Ellen Christian says:

    I need Charlies soap to keep up with my kids clothes. They think they need to change clothes several times a day

  14. I’ll bew using it to wash the area rugs that my puppy has been mistaking for tinkle pads!

  15. Oh, yay! I was wondering if this stuff would work on hard water, and when I saw it was your blog this giveaway was posted on, I was delighted! 🙂

    We have super-hard water, and I will definitely be washing cloth diapers in this (along with our other laundry).

  16. Charlie’s Soap facebook fan.

  17. oh man, i am dying to try this stuff. I am cloth diapering my 3rd baby when she comes in December, and I have heard nothing but rave reviews about it!

  18. Became a fan on FB. http://www.facebook.com/home.php?filter=app_2309869772#/home.php?ref=home Can you tell I really want the Charlie’s Soap??

  19. Twittered!! Username is LCShelton!

  20. I really need this. I have been having trouble with stinky cloth diapers and have been looking for alternatives to my homemade detergent!! I also think it would be better for my teenager with eczema. As always, love to hear about you and yours-keep it coming!!

  21. I would love to try it on my cloth diapers and baby clothes! Thanks, Sandy

  22. Cherie Thomas-Wood says:

    I would give this to my step-daughter who has just become a first time mom. Her husband is a student so money is tight but they still need clean laundry lol!

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