***This giveaway is now closed***
Andrea from Maia the Bee asked me to do a review of Shaklee's Basic H2. She gave me a sample to try and these opinions are 100% my own. She's going to give samples of this awesome product to 5 of my readers! And this wee little sample of Basic h2 Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate is enough to make 16 ounces of window cleaner, and 16 ounces of all purpose cleaner! Just add water!
I started by trying the window cleaner on a mirror in my kitchen that seems to attract dirt at an alarming speed. Here's what it looked like before:
And here it is after being cleaned with Shaklee Basic H2 concentrate, diluted to make window cleaner:
After trying the window cleaner, I started looking around my house for something to clean with the all purpose cleaner. I saw these crayon marks on my cabinets and thought to myself that there is no way this organic cleaner was going to be able to remove crayon from my cabinets. I was wrong!
And after light scrubbing with my basic h2 and water.
Not too shabby!
The best part? Shaklee products are super safe (apparently basic h2 is so safe you can use it to clean fruit and veggies!) so I can let me children do some cleaning, knowing that they aren't handling dangerous and toxic products!
Andrea is going to send samples of Shaklee's Basic H2 to five of my lovely readers. There are three possible ways to enter, increasing your chances to win!
Entry #1: Just comment bellow and tell us what you are excited to clean with Basic H2 Organic Super Concentrated Cleaner!
Entry #2: Follow Andrea's blog, The Adventures of Maia the Bee (leave a separate comment below to let me know that you did!)
Entry #3: Follow Andrea on Twitter (leave a separate comment below to let me know that you did!)
And please take a second to follow Andrea on facebook too.
The winners will be drawn randomly on Friday. Please share your email with me so that I can contact you if you win. Check your blogger account settings to make sure that you are displaying your email to blog authors when you comment, or leave your email address in the comment itself.