Friday, April 1, 2016

Three Bluebirds Giveaway!

This past Christmas I went full eco-geek and gave out dish cloths to my friends and family as gifts. But these weren't just any kind of dish cloths, they were Three Bluebirds eco-friendly Swedish dishcloths.


So, so pretty. And useful! Just one towel can replace a sponge (ew) and paper towels for up to nine months. These cloths absorb twenty times their weight, clean streak free, and are 100% biodegradable. You can clean them in your washing machine, the top rack of your dishwasher, or even in your microwave as many as 200 times.

Yes, seriously. I test drove one before giving them out as gifts and was converted. It absorbed spills better than paper towel and cleaned up nicely in my dishwasher. And they're just so pretty

But, here's the catch: they are pricey. At a bit over $7 for each cloth (plus shipping), they're a bit out of many people's price range, cute or not. I took advantage of a sale and a free shipping on 10 or more deal at Christmas, but might hesitate to pay that much otherwise.

So why am I telling you this? Because I'm giving away this Three Bluebirds cloth on Earth Day (April 22)!


Here's how to enter the giveaway:
Comment on the blog (not on social media) with one way you or your family shows your care for the Earth. You can enter as many times as you want. I'll choose a comment at random on the morning of April 22 and will contact the winner that day.

I'll be posting earth-care related blogs every Friday in April, so keep checking back all Earth Month!


8 comments:

  1. We work really hard at home with recycling, not using more than we need, reducing the amount of water used, etc.

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  2. I love this! I know it would get use at home. What I'm pondering now - could I get our co-workers to abandon paper towels for this?

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  3. We have stopped using paper plates at home and started recycling more we also use a lot of chemical free cleaners

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  4. We recycle paper products and plastic. We also have a compost pile that we use to fertilize our garden.
    Katie Hakman

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  5. I sell and use Norwex and also quit using paper products. Love to better our environment and ourselves.
    Robin Montgomery

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  6. We have a giant recycling bin that is full every week at the curb. I just invested in some Norwex clothes and am excited to see how well they work. Isaac is in scouts and really took to heart the lesson about picking up your environment. Now when we go walking he picks up random trash to be thrown away. He even got Mae to do the same.

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  7. Thank you to everyone who participated. Happy Earth Day!

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