Giveaway: EcoMom $25 Gift Certificate (4 Winners) #WinGiveaways

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by on March 21, 2011

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Nothing is more perfect for spring cleaning than new cleaning supplies and I’m excited about these all natural, non-toxic products available on EcoMom.com. I’m constantly looking for safe products to have in my house since I don’t want unnecessary chemicals around my children.

terracycle-all-purpose-cleanerEcoMom has a variety of natural and organic products available, including non-toxic cleaning products like TerraCycle’s, whose cleaners are derived from organic essential oils and natural plant and mineral extract. The All Purpose Cleaner is non-toxic, bio-degradable, and packaged in a waste stream bottle. Plus, it is safe for use on all surfaces.

The Bathroom Cleaner is also non-toxic, but is specially formulated to fight mold, grime and soap scum. This is a huge plus to me since many bathroom cleaners are not safe to use around children. The Window Cleaner is also non-toxic and hypo-allergenic, making it safe to use around children.

You can find these and many other eco-friendly products on ecomom.com.

WIN IT!

Thanks to ecomom.com, 4 winners will receive a $25 gift certificate to EcoMom.

1) Leave me a comment letting me know one of your best spring cleaning tips.

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2) Subscribe to Saving Cents with Sense in a Reader or Email . Once you confirm your subscription, come back here and leave me a comment. If you are already a subscriber (thank you!), just leave me a comment!

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4) Tweet: “I just entered to win a $25 @EcoMom gift certificate via @SavingSense http://bit.ly/gJLFh7 #wingiveaways”

Please make sure you leave a comment for each entry! This giveaway ends Monday, March 28, 2010  at 3:00 PM EST (noon AZ time). The winner will be chosen using random.org.

And don’t forget to enter this giveaways on these blogs as well:

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  • Cathy S

    I’m already an email subscriber & *like* your FB page! *This* looks like a TERRIFIC give-away! :) Thank you.

  • Kristi F.

    Throwing or recycling all unneeded papers and magazines is a great way to get rid of clutter and Spring Clean!

  • Holly S.

    I tackle one room at a time and carry all my supplies in a caddy.

  • http://wendyscouponchat.blogspot.com Wendy Johnson

    Best Tip: Take time to go to each room and make a list of what you want to do before you jump into the cleaning.

  • Holly S.

    I Like Saving Cents with Sense on FB.

  • Latoshia

    My best spring cleaning tip is to do one room a week – it may take you nearly all of spring to get through the house, but you don’t tend to feel overwhelmed or have large messes for days on end.

  • Latoshia

    I subscribe via email

  • Nancy

    Swifter dusters are awesome for dusting blinds!

  • Jessica

    I wash all my curtains and hang them to dry that way while I am cleaning the house has a nice fresh smell while I am cleaning and they air dry making less use of the dryer at the same time!

  • Kelly P

    Decluttering! It seems that so much accumulates during the winter (I have no idea why!) so before I start cleaning a thing I go through all the extra stuff and GET RID OF IT!!!!

  • Kaile R

    When putting away the winter clothes, donate the things you “might” wear next season. I never end up wearing them again and had them taking up space a whole year.

  • Kaile R

    FOllow on FB.

  • http://tgmagazine.wordpress.com Heather

    I guess the best spring cleaning tip I have is to “Just Do it”

  • http://tgmagazine.wordpress.com Heather

    I subscribe to your emails

  • http://tgmagazine.wordpress.com Heather

    I ‘like’ you on FB

  • Janice K.

    Wait for a nice day with the windows wide open and take breaks to play outside. Get the family involved too, then everything will seem less of a chore.

  • Janice K.

    I’m an email subscriber

  • Melissa B.

    I’m a Facebook follower. This is a great give-away! To make my Spring Cleaning easier, I have a donation bag, a trash bag, and a box for each of the kids’ toys with me in the room I’m cleaning.

  • Vickie Heydenreich

    In the spring, we start in 1 room andwork our way through the house!!

  • Vickie Heydenreich

    I receive your feed via daily email!!!

  • http://theworldaccordingtotinac.blogspot.com/ Kristina Cant

    Being organized is the key to spring cleaning.

  • http://theworldaccordingtotinac.blogspot.com/ Kristina Cant

    I subscribe via email.

  • http://theworldaccordingtotinac.blogspot.com/ Kristina Cant

    Shared giveaway via Facebook at facebook.com/kristina.cant

  • http://theworldaccordingtotinac.blogspot.com/ Kristina Cant

    Re-tweeted @evilgenius746

  • LeighP

    I subscribe via email and I am a Facebook follower

  • LeighP

    I start from top to bottom of the house and tackle one room at a time.

  • Heather Chandler

    I am a facebook fan.

  • Heather Chandler

    I receive your emails.

  • Heather Chandler

    Spring cleaning. I always start with windows. Clean windows make such a difference- plus the sun shines in and really shows me what indoors has to be cleaned.

  • phxbne

    fifteen minutes at a time

  • sheri grennille

    not so much a tip but how i roll; it’s more important to me to get my outside prepared for spring and summer than to do special cleaning. i can clean my grout in summer, but if i don’t prepare my outside beds, i don’t get as much produce from my garden.

  • sheri grennille

    i subscribe to your emails.

  • sheri grennille

    i like you on facebook.

  • Laura

    I tackle one room at a time, so I don’t get overwhelmed!

  • Kelly Sullivan

    Do something a little at a time so as not to be overwhelmed

  • Jennifer B

    I’m not good at spring cleaning but I am learning some good tips here! :)

  • Karen

    Try to schedule some cleaning time in small increments.

  • Karen

    I subscribe to your emails.

  • Adreanne

    My Spring Cleaning Tip: Recruit your little sisters to make it go faster lol!

  • Jill

    I am an email subscriber.

  • Adreanne

    I get your emails!

  • Jill

    I have to start with one room at a time or I just get overwhelmed with cleaning.

  • Jill

    Having the carpets cleaned is great for spring cleaning.

  • Jill

    Dusting to me makes every room seem cleaner.

  • Christy A.

    I try to stick to one task/room at a time so I don’t get overwhelmed and at least have a while task/room done instead of just a few things here and there.

  • Christy A.

    I like Saving Cents with Sense on facebook!

  • Christy A.

    I’m an email subscriber!

  • Francesca C

    Donate old clothes to help clear closet clutter. My family of 4 just donated 9 garbage bags full to Purple Heart. They even came to my house to pick them up.

  • Kelly P

    My favorite spring cleaning is to start in the closets and weed out clothes that no longer fit. We also put away the bulky winter clothing that we barely wear here in Arizona and pack the winter items under the bed. My 3 year old says its “our fashion show” when we try everything on :)

  • http://empressivesavings.com Emily Ward

    I like to get the carpets cleaned really good. It’s also a good time to empty out your closet.

  • Sunnie

    Going through closets, and good willing alot of stuff.

  • Sunnie

    Iam an email subscriber.

  • traci s

    my tip is to go thru all dressers and closets and get rid of what wont fit or be worn, that way you know what each person needs!

  • traci s

    i’m a email subscriber

  • traci s

    i am a member of the Saving Cents with Sense community on Facebook and shared this giveaway , traci smith

  • traci s
  • Trung Nguyen

    My best tip is to clean up a room in the house every week, turn by turn. That would make less work and less effort to spend.

  • Emily

    I, gulp, kind of like to clean. So sparkly! I’d love this giveaway!

  • Trung Nguyen

    email subscriber

  • Emily

    And I get your emails!

  • Emily

    And I like you on FB!

  • Trung Nguyen

    your FB fan (trung nguyen)

  • Trung Nguyen
  • Jimmi Pipkin

    My Spring Cleaning tip would be to keep windows open as much as possible to let your house air out and especially while your cleaning the fresh air makes you feel good and fell like making the cleaning FUN

  • Jimmi Pipkin

    I like you on facebook

  • Jimmi Pipkin

    I subscribed to the emails

  • Lynn

    Instead of waiting for spring cleaning, clean and organize on a daily basis. You would be amazed how much you can get done in just 20 to 30 minutes of concentrated time.

  • Lynn

    I am an email subscriber.

  • CJ Little

    Have some really good music playing…

  • allyson t

    my spring tip is to wash all my curtains and pillows in my living room and den. makes the house so much fresher!

  • Terri P.

    I tackle one room at a time

  • Beth

    Like u on F.B. one room a day make a list. I carry everything in a bucket. Wash blankets to pack away. Curtains come down get wash and hung out to dry. Pack away winter clothing and donate what we doing to need charity.

  • Kimbery Ames

    Send the kids and husband away for a day, clean like crazy, watch it get messed up in a matter of minutes.

  • Kirsten

    what a great chance to win — oh, pick me!

  • Kristi

    I vacuum out any gunk from the window sills before wiping them down

  • Kristi

    I subscribe via email

  • Kristi

    I like you on Facebook

  • Kristi

    If I twittered, I would twitter this

  • Carol A.

    I follow you on Facebook!

  • Carol A.

    I subscribe to your email updates

  • Carol A.

    I have a cleaning basket that I carry from room-to-room. It contains everything that I need to clean the room from top to bottom. I take one room at a time and move to the next room only when I am completely finished with the one I am working on.

  • tonya

    In my daughters room we box everything she does not play with. It goes to the basement for a couple of weeks then we donate what she can live without.

  • Lee Ann O.

    I recruit my entire family to help. All four of us from youngest to oldest tackle one room at a time and we get it done and have some laughs while working hard.

  • Lee Ann O.

    I subscribe to your emails!

  • christie B

    My best tip would be to do one room at a time.

  • christie b

    facebook fan too!

  • jess

    I tackle one room at a time and check it off my list. This gives me a little sense of accomplishments on a big job.

  • Dannielle

    I make a schedule for things that need to be cleaned daily, weekly and monthly :)

  • Dannielle

    I follow you on Facebook! :D

  • Connie

    Getting someone else to do it? Just joking (unless you are lucky enough to find someone willing).

    Do a little each day.

  • Brenda Faulkner

    Use the used fabric softeners sheets on window treatments to get rid of the dust and give the house a fresh smell!

  • Connie

    I am also an email subscriber.

  • shannon oelrich

    I agree one room at a time and i have a hard time not skipping around but you accomplish so much more or at least you feel like it if you do one at a time

  • shannon o

    I am an e-mail subscriber

  • Krista

    I try to tackle all the cleaning over weeks rather than all at once.

  • Krista

    email subscriber

  • Krista

    Liked your page on FB (monkeygirl savings) and shared giveaway.

    http://www.facebook.com/monkeygirl.savings/posts/201986223153981

  • Krista
  • Elena

    I’m not big on spring cleaning, but my best tip would be to small spurts of cleaning and not have it consume an entire day.

  • Elena

    I follow Saving Cents on Facebook.

  • Elena

    I subscribe via email.

  • http://www.angelasquarterhorses.com AQHorse

    All year: Boil a cup of water in the microwave and leave it for a few minutes then remove cup and wipe all surfaces inside the microwave – like steam cleaning.

  • http://www.angelasquarterhorses.com AQHorse

    I follow you on Twitter, and I tweeted about your giveaway.

  • Kristen

    Use newspaper instead of paper towels when washing windows…seems strange, but it smears less.

  • Sara K

    We pick a day and all work together at our house.

  • Sara K

    I like you on FB.

  • Sara K

    I’m an e-mail subscriber.

  • http://www.angelasquarterhorses.com AQHorse

    I ‘like’ you on Facebook, and I shared.

  • http://www.savingcentswithsense.net tina abbott

    hello, i am on your website, i already liked you on facebook and my best spring cleaning tip is to get rid of the clutter. Clothes that don’t fit and things you don’t use… have a garage sale. You get rid of the clutter and make new money to buy things you can use.

  • http://www.angelasquarterhorses.com AQHorse

    I subscribe via email.

  • m

    tackle cleaning a little bit at a time rather than all at once.

  • Karla

    I think it’s important to clean a little every day and not get discouraged if you can’t get a lot done in one day.

  • Karla

    I subscribe to the e-mail.

  • Leah Brislin

    I like to find one small thing to do every day that improves my home. It doesn’t seem like much at the time, but later they certainly all add up for a cleaner, nicer environment!

  • sandy

    I like to clean the bathroom while the kids are in the tub. So they’re supervised & I’m getting stuff done.

  • sandy

    I like you on FB.

  • Becky B

    My best spring cleaning tip is: Get the whole family to help! ;)

  • Becky B

    I suscribe to your email

  • Brooke

    I like to start in one room and work my way around the house until it is all done

  • Brooke

    I’m an RSS subscriber

  • Nina K

    my best spring cleaning tip is DONT WAIT TIL THE LAST MINUTE! its will seem like theres ALOT to do and can easily get frustrated

  • Nina K

    i’m an email subscriber

  • Nina K

    i like you on facebook

  • Rebecca W.

    Vinegar & baking soda are excellent non-toxic cleaners!

  • Rebecca W.

    Am an email subscriber!

  • bethany

    I subscribe to your daily emails.

  • Bethany

    I always use vinegar and baking soda cleaning mixtures. Saves money and is much healthier than traditional chemical cleaners.

  • Sarah

    I’ve moved quite a bit over the last few years, so that’s my big “spring cleaning”! Nothing makes you want to pitch a bunch of stuff more than the threat of having to pack it all up and then unpack again. :P

  • Anne Loyd

    My best spring cleaning tip is to have a donation box ready while you clean because it is a reminder to think about whether you really need to keep something or not.

  • Anne Loyd

    I subscribe to blog emails.

  • Anne Loyd

    I like you on Facebook as Anne Loyd,

  • Anne Loyd

    I shared this giveaway on Twitter as Anneliz702.

  • Lindsay

    Decluttering is my best cleaning tip for any time of year!

  • Lindsay

    I subscribe to your RSS feed!

  • Lindsay

    I like you on FB and told my friends about your giveaway!

  • Cassia

    One of my best tips? Just do it I guess. I’m not a very good spring cleaner though. :)

  • amparo

    keep up daily….

  • Beth

    I got my 3 & 6 yr old excited about cleaning out their closets and organizing it back with their input.

  • Beth

    I subscribe by email.

  • Denise P.

    Get the whole family involved – make it fun

  • Denise P.

    Email subscriber

  • Mindi

    My spring cleaning tip is to make a checklist so you can actually tell you are getting somewhere! You can look at your paper and see what you have already accomplished!

  • Mindi

    I subscribe in a reader!

  • Mindi
  • Mindi
  • Vicki Wurgler

    get rid of clutter-donate or save for your own garage sale- do one room at a time

  • Vicki Wurgler

    e-mail subscriber

  • http://thespanglyprincess.blogspot.com/ Lynda Del

    My best spring cleaning tip is to clean in 15 min increments so that you don’t wear yourself down with cleaning jobs.

  • http://thespanglyprincess.blogspot.com/ Lynda Del

    I’m a subscriber via RSS Feed (Google Reader).

  • http://thespanglyprincess.blogspot.com/ Lynda Del

    I LIKE you on Facebook. ID: Lynda Castillo

  • http://thespanglyprincess.blogspot.com/ Lynda Del
  • Nicole

    I always make a To-Do list before I start so I don’t forget anything. :-)

  • Nicole

    I tweeted!!! :-)

  • Nicole

    I’m an email subscriber!

  • emilysmom

    I clean one room at a time from top to bottom. I love the extreme clean feel.

  • emilysmom

    I am signed up to receive email.

  • emilysmom

    I follow you on fb.

  • Rose

    Vinegar and Baking Soda in the kitchen sink with hot water to clean out all the smells and make it like new.

  • jeannine m

    Mine is to tackle the biggest mess first

  • jeannine m
  • jeannine m

    Like you on fb (jd drenchek-scvao)

  • Cindy

    I clean the oven and windows in the Spring. I can then open the windows.
    The giveaway looks great. I would love to give it a try.

  • Milian O

    My best cleaning tip is : Vinegar. It has so many uses all around the house.

  • Milian O

    I’m an email subscriber.

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  • Julie

    I almost never clean the floor, but I swept and mopped the kitchen and bathroom thoroughly as the start of my spring cleaning, and it made a huge difference in how clean everything felt.

  • Emily L

    I put on music that I can dance to. That way, I move quicker and stay active!

  • Terry

    Those clothes taking up space in your closet or drawers that you haven’t worn in a year – get rid of them! Donate them.

  • Tara

    I don’t do anything special for spring cleaning other than the semi-annual rotation of out-of-season clothes–and going through the closets and cabinets to find things to sell at yard sale! Figuring out a special goal for what to do with yard sale money makes it so much easier to “let go” of things!

  • Tara

    I’m an e-mail subscriber!

  • Tara

    I also am a fan of Saving Cents with Sense on Facebook!

  • alla

    Clean one section at a time. Throw away everything that’s not needed anymore.

  • alla

    I’m an email subscriber.

  • alla

    Tweeted about your giveaway.

  • Debbie P

    Spring cleaning tip – use a steam mop for cleaning tile floors.

  • Debbie P

    e-mail subscriber

  • Debbie P

    Facebook fan

  • angie

    Cleaning Tip: Turn up the radio, open the blinds to let the sun in….and just start cleaning.

  • angie

    i subscribe to email.

  • Jennifer h

    get the family involved-it’s their home too! :)

  • Jennifer H

    google reader

  • Dawn

    I tackle one room at a time and take everything down that can be washed in the washing machine. Even the sofa covers.

  • Cindy

    I agree with Dawn….Tackle ONE room at a time. So, you don’t get overwhelmed! :-O
    I want to win this giveaway…HOPEFULLY…I’m doing this correctly?

  • Geri

    Biggest tip..have a garage sale.

  • Crystal K.

    In the spring I like to try to clean under and behind things that I generally try to leave alone during daily/weekly cleanings – like the fridge or the couch!

  • Crystal K.

    I subscribe to your RSS feed.

  • Crystal K.

    I tweeted about this giveaway.

  • http://thefrugalreport.blogspot.com Amanda Talbert

    My tip is make a list every year so you know what you usually do for major spring cleaning!

  • http://thefrugalreport.blogspot.com Amanda Talbert

    I subscribe in Google Reader

  • Niecey Docherty

    My best spring cleaning tip is take it one room per week so you don’t get burned out. get the whole family involved.

  • Niecey Docherty

    I subscribe to your rss feed in google reader
    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Elizabeth B

    I make a list of spring-cleaning to-dos and then each day I try to do at least 2 items from the list. It makes it feel like I’m at least getting something done around the house, even if I’m crazy busy with little ones! :)

  • Elizabeth B

    I subscribe via RSS

  • Elizabeth B
  • Natalie Foxwell

    I’m already an FB fan! This looks like a TERRIFIC give-away! Thank you.

  • kristy m

    I clean as much as possible in 15 minutes then move on to a different room

  • kristy m

    I follow on fb

  • Thabal

    Spring cleaning is not my thing. I clean the house every time I get some time, even 5 or 10 minutes. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Thabal

    RSS Subscriber to your blog.

  • Thabal
  • Dawn T

    Spring Cleaning is the best time to go through and get rid of everything you don’t need anymore…. recycle, donate, or garage sale! Then once the clutter is gone there is less to clean!

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