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Tropical Traditions Oxygen Bleach Review



I wanted to try this for laundry stains, but when I read the list of all that Tropical Traditions Oxygen Bleach Destainer and Deodorizer can do ~ I knew I needed to try this.

Here are a few uses that caught my eye: {Check out the link above to see the complete list and instructions.}

Laundry
  • In the laundry Oxygen Bleach is used to destain, deodorize, and whiten ~ even cloth diapers!
Kitchen
  • For stained plastic ware, dishes, dish rags and dish towels.
  • To keep your drains and disposals clear and smelling fresh.
Bathroom
  • For septic systems.
  • To scrub toilets.
  • For mildew stains on shower curtains.
  • To clean the bathtub and shower.
Household
  • To destain and deodorize carpets.
  • To clean mops.
  • For mildew removal. 
  • To clean and deodorize cat litter boxes and urine stains on upholstery.

So far, I have used it to whiten whites, scrub black sharpie marker and dirty handprints off the white hallway banister, scrub the bathroom sinks and to wash the white trim around the doorways and along the floor. Phew! nothing like reviewing a household product to get me motivated to clean! =)

My next big project was going to be the infant car seat that has been in storage uncovered in the dusty garage for quite awhile. I tried to sell it at a garage sale, then tried to give it away and then must have forgotten about it. And now I need it! However, the general recommendation is that a car seat has a life of 6 years ~ and we will hit the 6 year mark when baby is born, so I will have to buy a new one.

Do you have any marker stains on the wall? Cloth diapers that need freshened and destained? Whites that need whitened? What would you use this for? Let me know in a comment for a chance to win a 6lb container of TT Oxygen Bleach! {a retail value of $30 ~ on sale for $23}

Giveaway has ended ~ Congrats to commenter # 73
Matt4melis


Thanks to all who entered and to TT for sponsoring this review and giveaway!

For additional entries:
  • If you subscribe or follow my blog give yourself an extra entry.
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  • Tweet about this giveaway and leave me a link to your status.
  • Do you have a favorite Tropical Traditions product? One you would like to try? Share!
  • Blog about this giveaway for 5 entries.
  • Place an order with TT as a first-time customer ~ see my referral pageto read how. This is worth 10 entries, so please leave me 10 separate comments if you do this! Note: I am not paid for referring customers, but I will receive a free jar of coconut oil!
Your comment is your entry. You will then have 48 hours to contact me with your information or I will choose another winner.

This giveaway is open until Wednesday September 8th {I will select a winner using random.org the next day and update this post} and is only open to US residents.{TT will ship internationally, but not for giveaways.}

Thanks to TT for sponsoring this review and giveaway!

Disclosure: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

32 comments

Debbie said...

Wow--this cleans a lot of things. I would love to try it on marker stains and my mildewy shower curtain.

Debbie said...

I follow your blog.

Debbie said...

I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

Debbie said...

I love their Gold Label coconut oil in baked goods. I'd like to try the coconut flakes too.

Kendra B. said...

I follow your blog! I could definitely use this at our place, I've been looking for a chlorine bleach alternative for a while now! :)

Natayev said...

Hi,

Iwould love to try this one, before I will decide to buy it myself.

Nataliya.
natayev@gmail.com

Joesette said...

Wow, I'd love to try this on the laundry, but also around the house! I love products that can multitask!

Joesette
http://learningcurvey.blogspot.com/

Andria said...

I would love to try this!!

Andria said...

I subscribe. Thanks!

Mary said...

I would love to try this. The question for me is not where to use it, but where NOT to use it :)

Mary said...

I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

Mary said...

I love the Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - we use it in granola bars for extra nutrition - yummy!

Jsqueen said...

I would really love to try this!!

Jsqueen said...

I am a follower.

Jsqueen said...

I would like to try TT coconut oil. I have heard so many great things about it!

Moira said...

I have never heard of this before! We rent our home and I have a sink in the laundry room that I just can't get clean, I have tried everything. I would love to try this!
Shalom,
Moira

Moira said...

I follow your blog!

Moira said...

I follow and subscribe to Tropical Traditions allready, does that count?

Moira said...

I blogged about your giveaway!!

DelightfulLearning said...

Entry # 2 for blogging. :-) Thanks Moira!

DelightfulLearning said...

Entry #3 for blogging.

DelightfulLearning said...

Entry #4 for blogging.

DelightfulLearning said...

Entry #5 for blogging.

Lacy Dill said...

I would use this for my white clothes and bath mats...cuz they tend to get WAAY smelly!!

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Lacy Dill said...

Subscribed to the newsletter already!! Thanks!!
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Lacy Dill said...

Following thru GFC!!
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Mandala said...

Would use it for laundry and also for cleaning the bathtub. thanks!

Mandala said...

I also would like to try their Organic Coconut Peanut Butter

Mandala said...

Subscribed to Tropical Traditions Sales Newsletter

Flufferwuffer said...

I think I would use it in the litter box! My cats are stinky :P

DelightfulLearning said...

Congrats! You are my back up winner ~ I have already emailed you and looking forward to hearing back from you!

DelightfulLearning said...

I'm sorry, Mary, I had to choose another winner.