Thursday, April 21, 2011

Country Save

We have been using Country Save laundry detergent exclusively for almost a year now on our clothes & I can't rave enough about it.  Our clothes have never felt cleaner or looked brighter.  We have well water & it is some pretty hard water.  While using commercial detergents, our whites always ended up looking dingy & grey no matter what I tried until I tried Country Save.  I have been purchasing it from  They sell a 40/80 load box for $9.99 & as long as you buy any 6 items, your order ships for FREE!  In my opinion, the free shipping is awesome & well worth ordering from them, not to mention that 2 boxes lasted us almost 10 months.  I usually use 1T per load in our front-loader.  When buying special cloth diaper safe detergent, I was paying around $5/bag for the shipping which ended up running me around $17-18 for a 45/90 load bag.  Although you can use Country Save on your cloth diapers, which I have.  I have a major weakness, I absolutely adore scented cloth diaper laundry detergent.  I also have a confession, I smell my clean diapers.  Yes I do & I have a feeling that I am not alone.  My sisters make fun of me for doing so, but how are you supposed to know if they are clean....right?
On my last order to, I decided to purchase some Country Save liquid dish soap.  I had tried Bio-Kleen's liquid dish soap & don't really care for it.  It just didn't seem to cut through the grease.  I wanted to switch from the mainstream, chemical laiden dish soaps for some time & hate the "scent" that was being left behind on anything plastic I washed.  I'm not going to lie, I was a bit skeptical when I first tried Country Save's dish soap.  It worked amazingly!  All of our dishes were clean & no greasey residue was left on anything.  There also was no "scent" left behind on any of Barker's sippy cups or any of our other plastic food storage containers.  The dish detergent itself has a very faint, pleasant & mild baby shampoo~ish smell to it.
If you are looking to try a new "green" laundry detergent or dish soap, look no further.  Give Country Save a try.  I give it an A+++ in my book!  

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