Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Bring in the New Year with Green Works

Congratulations: Night Owl Mama, Steph, Andrea, and Mary
Bring in the New Year with Green Works
Is your New Year resolution to become more eco-friendly? Search no more.

From their site:

renewable resources

A natural resource qualifies as a renewable resource if it is replenished by natural processes at a rate that's equal to the rate of consumption by humans. The plant and mineral-based ingredients in Green Works® cleaners use materials that come from a resource that is renewable.


A biodegradable material is something that has the ability to safely and relatively quickly break down biological into the raw materials of nature and disappear into the environment. Much of the ingredients used in Green Works® natural cleaners are biodegradable helping to minimize the impact on the environment.


Petrochemicals are chemical products made from raw materials of petroleum. Green Works® natural cleaners minimize the use of petrochemicals and are 99% petrochemical free.

not tested on animals

Animals were not used to test the safety and efficacy of Green Works® natural cleaning products.

Four lucky readers are going to get a chance to win 5 coupons for the Green Works products of your choice (up to a $3.99 value).

GIVEAWAY: Visit GreenWorks and tell me what your favorite cleaning product is to be entered to win. You must leave your email address to be eligible. Four winners will be picked Thursday morning (they will receive 5 coupons for FREE Green Works products) and you must forward me your mailing address by 7 pm Thursday evening or a new winner will be drawn. Extra entries can be earned if you leave a cleaning tip. There is no limit to the amount of entries.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Green Works. I received coupons in exchange for offering this giveaway.

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