Attention GYD Readers: Take this survey & enter to win a green cleaning giveaway!

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Green Your Decor Reader Survey + giveaway! In order to make Green Your Decor a great green destination (and hopefully your favorite on the web 🙂 ), I’d love to learn about you and your likes and dislikes. Green Your Decor is growing every day, and I want to continue to give you awesome, original content and present you with sponsors who are relevant to your needs. This brief survey should only take you a few minutes, and in return, you will be entered to win a Get Clean® Healthy Home Pack from Shaklee.

Our sponsor, Karen Hurd of Go Healthy Go, offered up this awesome prize package to help you green your home cleaning regimen. The pack includes:

  • Basic H2™ Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate, 16 oz. (1)
  • Basic H2™ Organic Super Cleaning Wipes, 35 Wipes (1)
  • Scour Off™ Heavy-Duty Paste, 9 oz. (1)
  • Dish Wash Concentrate, 16 oz. (1)
  • Fresh Laundry Concentrate Fragrance Free HE Compatible, 32 oz. (Liquid) (1)
  • Soft Fabric Concentrate, 32 oz. (1)
  • Soft Fabric Dryer Sheets, 80 sheets (1)
  • Spray Bottles (3)
    • Windows and Mirrors (1)
    • All-Purpose (1)
    • Degreasing (1) – NEW!
  • Laundry Measuring Scoop
  • Super Microfiber Window Cloth
  • Dropper for measuring Basic H2™ (1)

This should be more than enough to get you started cleaning your home without harsh chemicals and additives. So click here to take the Green Your Decor reader survey and enter for a chance to win! The survey will be open until Wednesday, February 11, 2009.

Thank you!

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3 comments… add one
  • Lisa January 29, 2009, 9:08 am

    I have heard of this company- and I just checked out their website. Looks great- but where are the ingredients list? I really am way beyond trusting a company’s claim on healthy-safe-eco friendly. I know it’s super negative, but there’s too much greenwashing going on right now and consumers have a right to know. So an ingredient list would be nice…

    Lisas last blog post..Mmmm Chocolate That’s Good for the Planet!

  • Lisa January 29, 2009, 9:17 am

    Here’s an article written by Canadian Ecoholic writer- Adria Vasil. A little blip on why we should be wary of no ingredients lists:

    Lisas last blog post..Mmmm Chocolate That’s Good for the Planet!

  • Karen M Hurd January 29, 2009, 2:04 pm

    I can supply an ingredient list for you. I understand about greenwashing, and I agree. Shaklee created the first organic cleaner in 1960, so they’ve been doing it for a while. Coconut is one of the ingredients in the Basic H2, and raspberry oil is in the Scour off, a type of clay is in the Nature Bright. Obviously, some info will be proprietary. Contact me at karen {at} gohealthygo {dot} com . Put “Get Clean ingredient list” in the subject line and I will get you the info that I have.

    Karen M Hurds last blog post..The Problem with Liquid Vitamins

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