Seventh Generation Review & Giveaway

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Seventh Generation Cleanhouse Challenge Review & Giveaway 

Are you familiar with Seventh Generation products?  Whether you are or aren’t, you may soon be in love with these wonderful cleaning items.  I have used Seventh Generation baby wipes and diapers before.  I was always extremely pleased with the quality, care and the fact that it is safe for my children.  The products I recently reviewed proved no different! :)

Here’s an excerpt from the company about the cleaning agents I received:

Seventh Generation’’s three new specialty cleaners (Wood, Granite/Stone, and Stainless Steel) are all USDA Certified Biobased Products made from non-toxic, biodegradable formulas. These surface cleaners are made with a unique blend of plant-based ingredients and organic coconut oil to deliver strong performance without containing harsh fumes. The 18 oz. bottles are available online for $4.99 each.

The Hand Care Dish Liquid is a USDA Certified Biobased Product with fragrances from essential oils and botanical extracts. The formula is non-toxic, biodegradable and contains Advanced HerbaVera™ Moisturizing Technology, so it’s gentle on both your hands and the earth. Available online in 18 oz. bottles for $3.49 each.

The Natural Laundry Detergent Packs are a USDA Certified Biobased Product containing no dyes, synthetic fragrances, nor optical brighteners. They are effective in hot or cold water and are available for purchase online in two sizes: 30 Count – $9.99 and 50 Count – $14.99.

My thoughts on these particular Seventh Generation products…

With the spray cleaners, I was pleasantly surprised at how shiny and beautiful each surface looked when I was done.  There are no overpowering smells, greasy feeling on my skin or the countertops/tables and it is safe for families & our environment.
The dish liquid is probably my favorite for a few reasons.  It cleans very well – I did not feel like I had to use a ton just to get my dishes clean and it left no residue.  I tried the free & clear variety, which means there’s no dyes or scents.  It also has the above mentioned Advanced HerbaVera Moisturizing Technology which your hands will thank you for.
Last, but certainly not least, I bring you my thoughts on the detergent packs.  I have sensitive skin as you may have read on my site reviews in the past, so this was a product I was looking forward to trying.  I received the Mandarin & Sandalwood variety.  It is such a pleasant scent.  My clothes felt just as clean and nice against my skin as if I had used another popular consumer product, if not better!  I also love that these come in convenient packets I can just throw in my washer.  No messy measuring or doubts about the right amount to use. They are even HE compatible! A big plus in my household. 

Heard of the Cleanhouse Challenge?

One last thing I’d like to tell you about is the
Cleanhouse Challenge.  A few different sites are hosting this fun challenge which you can participate in here.  This is an interactive game that allows you to explore a virtual house and discover coupons, prizes and tips on how to keep a greener and healthier home. After you tour each room, you’ll be rewarded with coupons for your favorite Seventh Generation products, as well as Facebook badges that will showcase your expertise in keeping a home green.  If you complete the entire house, Seventh Generation will donate $10 (up to $15,000) to 350.org, an environmental organization focused on solving the climate crisis.

With all of that great information about the challenge and products, are you now ready for the amazing giveaway I get to offer you?! :)   Seventh Generation is sponsoring a prize package for one of my awesome readers.  The winner will receive the same products that were all mentioned in this review.  Please enter via the form below.  I’ve tried to keep it simple & fun for you. All entries are not mandatory, but please keep in mind – the more you complete, the better chance you have of winning.  If you have any questions, please let me know via the contact me tab on my site.   Thanks! :)

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Disclosure: I was provided products for honest review purposes.  All opinions are mine and true to my experience.

Coupon Queen that Saves the Green is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  Giveaway open to US residents. Upon giveaway completion and winner notification, potential recipient will have 48 hours from time of email sent to claim prize or a new winner will be chosen & prize will be forfeited.  Again, any questions – do not hesitate to email me via the contact tab on my site.

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  1. Ann Fantom says:

    We recycle our plastic, glass, metal, cardboard, and newspapers. We also compost everything we can.

  2. EMMA L HORTON says:

    RECYCLE GLASS, PAPERS AND PLASTICS

  3. chris adams says:

    we recycle all we can and also turn lights off when we leave a room

  4. Karen A. says:

    I recycle glass, aluminum & tin cans, plastic and newspapers. I reuse all my junk mail as scrap paper instead of buying a lot of new paper.

  5. I make my own dish soap.

  6. Deborah Rosen says:

    I compost food scraps, paper and yard waste to enrich my small organic garden.

  7. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    We recycle now more than ever before…anything that can be recycled, does.

  8. We have all energy efficient bulbs.

  9. Elena says:

    I recycle cans and electronics

  10. Suzanne M says:

    We recycle all plastics, aluminum, and paper in our house.

  11. Denise S says:

    I recycle aluminum cans.

  12. Josie Welch says:

    I recycle aluminum cans.

  13. renee walters says:

    I recycle and turn off lights.

  14. Debbie Jackson
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    I compost and recycle aluminum
    debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  15. I always turn the water off when I brush my teeth.

  16. We recycle, turn off lights when we leave the room, and turn the water off when we brush our teeth and in the shower.

  17. we use coconut oil based cleaning products when we can

  18. Ashley C says:

    I make our own laundry detergent :)

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

  19. paige chandler says:

    I installed all new green light bulbs

  20. Ciara B. says:

    try to recycle, turn off all fans/lights when we’re not in the room. we keep the thermostat on 78 whenever we’re home and turn it up to 80 when we leave.

  21. Jean F says:

    We recycle all that we can!

  22. carol says:

    I always turn the lights off.

  23. Jessie says:

    Sleep during the night and leave all my lights off for at least 10 hours

  24. Casey Everidge says:

    turn the lights off

  25. kjasus says:

    we unplug anything when not in use

  26. Hailey says:

    We reuse everything and not get caught up in American consumerism!

  27. Stephanie Larison says:

    We buy the green energy light bulbs

  28. Lisa Hackney
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    I don’t believe in using pesticides or insecticides in or around our home.

  29. Ellen S. says:

    I take short showers.

  30. Julie says:

    turning the lights off though my teenage daughter finds it hard to r emember to do this 😉
    we don’t buy bottled water
    thanks

  31. Kristy Thiel says:

    we try to recycle as much as possible!

  32. amy kureczka says:

    I buy “gree” products, recycle many items and try to conserve energy. Hope I win!

  33. Lizaura German
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    I recycle all plastic bags

  34. Leslie Jacobs says:

    I air dry my laundry and use a rain barrel for watering plants!

  35. Shannon says:

    We cloth diaper our kids!

  36. brittany m doerfler
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    we recycle pop cans

  37. danielle august says:

    we recycle anything possible
    we also reuse items for other purposes
    have energy effecient light bulbs
    unplug appliances not in use

  38. Monique Stapley
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    We compost, turn off lights, and recycle cans.

  39. We recycle and try to use reusable products over disposable ones whenever we can.

  40. Sarah says:

    Recycle/reuse everything I possibly can

  41. Bunnie Kelly says:

    I recycle religiously.

  42. Danielle Porter says:

    We reuse everything we can, and we also have our pool pump set up on a timer!

  43. Linda Lansford says:

    I recycle and buy used

  44. Laura Ray
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    turn off lights when i leave a room :>)

  45. Tamar says:

    I recycle!!!! everything pretty much

  46. Jennifer says:

    We ride our bicycles wherever possible- whenever!

  47. Jackie says:

    I wash almost all of the laundry in cold water, and only wash full loads.
    Thanks!

  48. Jessica Rose
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    We turn our old newspapers into paper logs for fuel.

  49. alyce poalillo says:

    Recycle everything I can, take bags to the grocery store, drive only when necessary, turn off all electrical things when not in use, keep the heat setting low

  50. Caryn S says:

    Instead of paper towels, we use reusable cotton cloths in the kitchen and bathroom

  51. Nicole D. says:

    We compost and recycle!

  52. Samantha Meyer
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    I use biodegradable trash bags :)

  53. Marie Darrer says:

    Compost, recycle, reuse…all we can!!

    Em Darr

  54. Use cloth diapers for my baby. Better for baby and our planet :-)

  55. MARIANNA says:

    use rainwater to water plants

  56. deana c says:

    I recycle all that I can!

  57. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I use energy efficient light bulbs, recycle everything that can be.

  58. Lori Williams says:

    Bring my own reusable tote bag to the grocery store for small purchases.

  59. Theresa D says:

    We recycle and use reusable grocery bags.

  60. Molly K says:

    We recycle anything that we can.

  61. JoAnn F says:

    We recycle!!!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

  62. we recycle to be more green.

  63. Use totes when shopping

  64. I use cloth diapers for my son.

  65. Samella M says:

    i try to turn out all the lights that are not being used

  66. Debbie ritenour says:

    Brick in the toilet tank helps us save water!

  67. Russell Moore says:

    We had an energy evaluation done by the power company, then installed a new thermostat that programs the a/c for most effecient power usage.

  68. Laura S says:

    I recycle and shut off the water when brushing.

  69. Liz B says:

    We buy as few baby things as possible.

  70. Jennifer Reed says:

    We recycle regularly.

  71. caitlin tate says:

    use vinegar to clean

  72. cheryl bowman says:

    turn off water when i brush my teeth

  73. clynsg says:

    Although not a fanatic about it, I do recycle and reuse whenever possible, turn off lights, delay turning the furnace or AC on, etc.

  74. carol lewis says:

    We have chickens and ducks and goats so they can eat any leftovers or bits of veggies. I turn off lights, use natural products as much as possible, eat organic when we can, things like that.

  75. Unplug electronics when they are not in use.

  76. We combine errands and carpool to save gas.

  77. Susan Smith says:

    We have energy efficient bulbs and recycle

  78. kelly g says:

    we recycle paper, cans, glass and plastic

  79. Sarah Harding says:

    We recycle and don’t leave lights on

  80. Beth Palacios says:

    Our family recycles and carpools to work/school.

  81. Chrissy Nestor says:

    I turn light’s off whenever I’m not in the room, it not only is green but it also help’s with utility bills.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

  82. kathy pease says:

    I catch water in rain barrels to water my garden

  83. Angela Neynaber says:

    We recycle all of our glass, plastic and paper.

  84. Lisa Garner says:

    One green thing I do is use a low flow shower head.

  85. susan smoaks says:

    i carpool to save energy and money too!

  86. Amy DeLong says:

    recycle
    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

  87. tina page says:

    recycling
    growing my own food and canning it for winter

  88. vivian says:

    recycle cans nespapers ty.

  89. SHAYNA
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    WE RECYCLE AND BRING TOTE BAGS TO THE STORE INSTEAD OF USING PLASTIC BAGS :)

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  90. Virginia Rowell
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    I turn off all the ceiling fans.

  91. Kaitlyn Ortega says:

    I always run full loads in the washer and dishwasher to conserve water and electricity.

    missysweepsalot at gmail dot com

  92. Melanie Montgomery says:

    I conserve water.

  93. AEKZ2 says:

    We recycle everything that we can

  94. Kari C. says:

    We recycle most al items in our home!

  95. shirley zolenski says:

    We do recycle at least

  96. Saver Sara says:

    I keep the lights turned off

  97. Mya Murphy
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    I recycle everything!!!

  98. Jennifer Jozwiak says:

    i recycle as much as I can & unplug things when they aren’t being used.

  99. Laurie Emerson
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    says:

    We recycle and always unplug everything before we go to bed at night if it is not being used.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  100. Robert Pyszk says:

    To recycle when you can

  101. we recycle and my boyfriend is good about turning off lights when he leaves a room, i’m still working on that 😉

  102. Thanks for the giveaway…we wash our dishes by hand, then use the leftover grey-water & rinse-water to water our plants & trees outside.

  103. We recycle and conserve energy

  104. Gianna says:

    I reuse and save what I can.

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