Sunday, January 18, 2015

Rockin' Green Soap Laundry Detergent Review & Giveaway

Product was received to facilitate this review.

If you are looking for an eco-friendly way to wash your family's laundry Rockin' Green laundry detergent is a product for you to consider.  Rockin' Green products are made with biodegradable ingredients.  They do not contain any enzymes, phosphates, optical brighteners, SLS, or parabens.  Another environmental benefit is the recyclable packaging.  This makes it an ideal products for vegan families and all those who are trying to decrease their footprint.  

Rockin' Green is also great for anyone with skin sensitivities.  Although they have scented products that are gentle and are made from distillations of natural essential oils and never artificial scents.

There are several formulas of Rockin' Green each formulated for your water hardness level.  They have a map that may help you choose which formula is for you.  You will pick either the Hard Rock, Classic Rock or Soft Rock. Once determined you only need to use 2-3 tbs of the detergent, so each bag can last up to 90 loads of laundry.

We received several samples of their Classic Rock laundry detergent.  I chose to use each on a load of towels, socks and miscellaneous.  The scents were Motley Clean, Smashing Watermelons and Lavender Mint Revival.  Each has a slight fragrance when opening the package, but I didn't notice any lingering scent on my clean laundry. I used warm/cold water for each load.  When done the laundry was clean and fresh with it's usual softness.  If I had to pick a favorite scent I would choose Lavender Mint Revival.

Learn more about Rockin' Green eco-friendly laundry detergent by visiting their website or connecting with them via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube or Instagram.

The Giveaway:  Thanks to Rockin' Green one lucky winner will receive several samples of Rockin' Green Laundry Detergent.  Enter via the rafflecopter form below.

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Disclosure:  Confessions of a Frugal Mind received product in exchange for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

83 comments:

  1. I'm trying to be more frugal this year, so I'm trying to unplug things that aren't in use and turn the lights off.

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  2. I use cloth diapers because it is eco-friendly. We also sold our second car to reduce our impact on the environment.

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  3. I am composting this year to be more eco-friendly.

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  4. We are reducing the amount of electricity we use by limiting the number of devices in use at once. We also walk when we need to get anywhere that is local,

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  5. I'm still using cloth diapers after almost 3 years :-) But I'm also trying to line dry clothes more to save on electricity!

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  6. I am trying to be eco-friendly by recycling as much as I can; )

    Jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

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  7. I agree with Julie. Recycling and reusing are at the top of my list this year. Also, reuseable shopping bags are now mandatory so that is good!

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  8. We are using reusable bags at the grocery store(Laura DeLuca)

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  9. Recycling, using reusable bags, and buying products with less packaging.

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  10. We've stopped watering our lawn as often to save water.

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  11. Using less electricity, water, recycle bags

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  12. I'm using eco friendly light bulbs and trying to limit my laundry to once a week.

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  13. We already recycle, and have tried composting in the past (vermin). I really want to find a sealed composting solution. I hate having so much trash.

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  14. We recycle almost everything plus we always bring our own bags to the grocery store.

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  15. I am trying to recycle more and cut down on buying paper plates.

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  16. maybe more reasicaling

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  18. I recycle everything possible and compost kitchen waste.

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  19. We recycle everything we can, and reuse items when possible.

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  20. I am trying to use more glass instead of plastic.

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  21. I do most of my shopping on foot or by bike.

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  22. I reuse a lot of items instead of just throwing them away such as plastic bottles.

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  23. We are continuing to recycle all that we can. I only wash full loads of laundry and use cold water for most of the loads.

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  24. We recycle and save as much water as we can.
    Brittney House

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  25. We are trying not to buy anything(except food) new.

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  26. We bought a washer and dryer that uses less water and is more energy efficent!

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  27. We are recycling and reusing everything as much as possible

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  28. I take reusable grocery bags to the store with me every time. I really enjoy doing it

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  29. We're trying to switch from compact fluorescent bulbs to LED.

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  30. We are trying to cut down on our water usage this years by watching the shower times

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  31. This is one of the best green cleaning products I've ever tried! Smashing Watermelons is my favorite scent, but it doesn't linger on the clothes. Everything comes out clean and fresh! I love Rockin' Green!

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  32. I'm trying to phase out plastics and toxic household cleaners from my home.

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  33. I'm switching lightbulbs to LEDs and installing wasterwise and flow control on the faucets, shower heads, and toilets. Getting my family to recycle is the most current project.

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  34. I am trying to recycle more consistently and trying to get my hubby to do so. I'm also buying some reusable bags for produce--all those bags are so wasteful!

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  35. I am trying to use less cleaning chemicals.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  36. banning plastic bags and trying to cut down on buying products with excess packaging

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  37. Trying to remember our reuasbale bags!

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  38. I love shopping locally at the local farmer's market.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  39. Recycling and reusing is something I do but would like to do better.

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  40. We use this brand for our cloth diapers and it is amazing!

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  41. We are trying to be eco-friendly this year by continuing to use the water in the rain barrels to water the garden, we have a composter, and we try to re-use/re-purpose/recycle as much as possible.

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  42. We are being eco friendly by recycling.

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  43. I'm trying to use less throw away items like paper plates and paper towels.

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  44. I am making my own non-toxic homemade cleaners.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  45. We are trying to be eco friendly by recycling and unplugging things were not using. Would like to do more

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  46. We have been changing over to organic laundry detergent, bamboo clothing and sheets, organic hair and beauty products, more organic meat and produce, the list goes on.

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  47. I'm trying to compost my coffee grinds.

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  48. We cloth diaper and I am trying out some non-toxic homemade cleaners.

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  49. I recycle and reuse as much as I can.

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  50. BY using rain water in our garden and making our own compost from waste veggies, fruits, egg shells.

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  52. I'm trying to conserve energy by air drying my clothes, keeping the lights off and being more conservative with our heating and cooling
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    entered as Ashley C

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  53. We are getting new electric strips that we turn off, so things plugged in do no use energy.

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  54. We're trying to use reusable diapers instead of only disposable ones

    cc_girly(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  55. We are recycling more!

    annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  56. We're still using cloth diapers, an unpaper towel home, composting and using EO's to clean with.

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  57. I am trying to use less paper goods

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  58. Every plastic that enters the house will be reused in some manner, at least once

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  59. this year my goal is to start recycling more

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  60. I am using less gasoline this year and carpooling as much as possible!

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  61. We always recycle and will continue. We also are outdoorsy and practice leave no trace.

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  62. We do plenty! Nothing stays plugged in continuously (only the fridge & oven, do, though), recycle, my husband walks to work so we don't depend on using our car that much (it's a 10 min walk), compost our food, and we have gotten my parents to start recycling as well.

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  63. I recycle whatever I can and gift or donate unneeded items. I do my grocery shopping on the way home from work so I don't have to drive unnecessarily.

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  64. We are buying no more plastic water bottles this year at all. It's one of our resolutions.

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  65. I am trying to be eco-friendly by recycling as much as I can this year.

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  66. I am trying to recycle more instead of just throwing everything away.

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  67. We are making a big effort to recycle all we can and to live a more frugal lifestyle

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  68. I have been recycling a lot more. I signed up for our recycling program and now I have one of those big containers and the city picks it up every other week.

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  69. This year I want to reuse old clothes either into quilts or refashion and wear them again. I also need a better solution to dispose of hazardous waste. The disposal center is not on a bus route and my items are piling up, especially CFLs.
    MPaula

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  70. I bring my own reusable bags to the grocery store and I don't use bags for my loose produce. I try to reuse things whenever possible and I want to start recycling more this year.

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  71. I am using only non-toxic products when it comes to cleaning as well as for our gardens. I always recycle but am doing more of it this year.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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    1. The winner was just selected and has been announced in the rafflecopter form.

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