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Dropps Fabric Softener Review & Giveaway

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There are two household chores I am guaranteed to do everyday rather I like it or not: dishes and laundry. Laundry seems to breed in my house and I love products that help make it easier. When I got the opportunity to try Dropps new fabric softener I was thrilled!

Dropps Fabric Softener ReviewIf you have never heard of Dropps, they first created laundry detergent in an effort to keep clothes looking better longer. In order to make the product smaller than traditional detergent jugs (and more convenient), they put just the right amount of detergent in small dissolvable pacs. These pacs just ‘drop’ into the washer. They have recently created fabric softeners with the same convenient dissolvable pacs.

Dropps fabric softeners are offered in three scents: Orange Blossom, Lavender, and Wild Orchid. I selected the Wild Orchid scent. The scent was delightful. The first thing I washed was a throw we keep in the family room. When I pulled it out of the dryer it was extremely soft and the scent put a smile on my face. For days the scent lightly lingered in the whole room. It was always a pleasant surprise to smell the freshness each time I entered the room. After a week, as I was putting it in the washer again, the throw was still just as soft and still carried the Wild Orchid scent! And trust me, this did not just sit there all week, it gets used often.

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I also received a sample of Dropps Baby detergent (to use with the softener) that is scent, dye, and enzyme-free; perfect for my little guys sensitive skin. I have three sons under the age of three (includes a newborn) and I am very cautious to what I wash their clothes in and always try to use fabric softener. My problem is 95% of the time, I miss the rinse cycle to add the liquid fabric softener. I am never near the laundry room and I have too much going on to remember to check on it. That means re-rinsing (with fabric softener) and wasting more water, energy, and time. With Dropps softener, the pac gets added at the same time the detergent does when you put the laundry in. That is a HUGE hit with me! That alone makes me feel a more ‘green’. Dropps is a very green and friendly product.

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To learn more about Dropps, you can visit Dropps.com, fan them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

BUY IT: Purchase Dropps at their online store, find a retailer near you, or on Amazon.com.

WIN IT: Two winners will win (1) 16ct Fabric Softener and (1) 20ct Detergent. The giveaway is open to US residents 18+ and will end on May 2, 2012, at 11:59 pm EST. The winners will be selected through Rafflecopter via random.org and contacted by email. The winners has 48 hours to reply to confirm their winnings or a new winner will be picked. If you have any issues entering or have any questions, please email me at contact (at) niftymom(dot)com.

*THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED*
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS

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I received the named product at no cost to conduct this review and was in no other way compensated. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. This review is brought to you by Karma Media.


21 comments

  1. Stephanie Brown Eversole on said:

    I love lavender, so I’d probably get the lavender-scented softener and the unscented detergent (so my clothes would just smell like lavender).

    • Amy Beth on said:

      Sadly, you don’t make laundry detergent in Orange Blossom, but, it was a ‘what would I want’ sort of question. If I had to choose an already available scent it would be the scent and dye free. I really don’t like clashing scents. :)

  2. Stacey on said:

    I believe Wild Orchid would be the i would choose. I love the fresh scent. I haven’t tryed these yet but i sure would love to!


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