Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Smelly Towel Cleaner - A Capful in Hot Water Removes Odors! (with Give-away!) @SmellyWasher

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Smelly Towel Cleaner
 Smelly Towel Cleaner - a Smelly Washer Product
  • This Powder is Added to a Hot Water Laundry Cycle
  • Mildew and Musty Odors Are Removed 
  • Towels Stay Soft After Treatment
  • For Use in a Regular or an HE Appliance
  • Leading Cleaning Experts Recommend This Product
  • Made With All Natural Ingredients
  • Safe for Septic Systems
  • Made in the USA
  • One 12 Ounce Bottle Lasts for 24 loads
  • Website Price is $14.99 per Bottle
  • Visit SmellyWasher.com to Purchase
  • Connect With SmellyWasher on Facebook and @SmellyWasher on Twitter
I know I am not the only one who gags over the smell of a nasty towel.  My boys mean well, but if their towel misses the hook and lands on the floor it might stay there for a full day without anyone thinking they ought to pick it up.  Even when they do hang them up properly, the towels get a bad smell over time - even with regular washing.

Because I am very sensory and smells are especially hard on me, I either throw the nasty towels away or use bleach to get the smells out.  When I read that the Smelly Towel Cleaner used all natural ingredients and still got the odors out, I was eager to try it out.

The directions are simple enough.

Smelly Towel Cleaner
All I had to do was wash a full load of towels in hot water, and use one capful of the powder in place of my detergent.  Well, that is certainly easy.

I removed the cap and the protective foil and saw that the pale coral colored powder.  There is not a lot of scent - just a light citrusy smell like a powdered drink mix.  it is nice, but it was obvious that the product did not work by overpowering one smell with another.  It was designed to get to the source of the smell and eliminate it.  I did some reading on the website, and I was correct!  Smelly Towel Cleaner will work on the source of the odors that are in towels, clothes, and even in the washer itself!

I was ready to try it out.  After gathering up a load of towels from around the house I started filling the washer with hot water, dispensed a capful, and added it to the water.  When the washer tub was about half full, I added the towels.

Smelly Towel Cleaner
The directions say that for tough odors a user can allow the full washer to sit for up to two hours.  Our smells were not too gross, so I let it sit for about ten minutes.

The towels came out soft.  Even without traditional detergent or other additives there was no musty smell.  In fact, the towels had a rather neutral smell.

You will also notice that the colors stayed true.  I want to mention that this is only because these towels  had all been washed many, many times before this treatment.  The manufacturer warns against using the product on new towels and ones with bright colors like these until they have been washed enough times that color bleeding will not be an issue.

Smelly Towel Cleaner
So, now - if you would like to try this product, you can go to the website that I linked above in the bullet points and buy a bottle.  You will also see that they have a product that is designed to clean the smell out of washers, and another for dishwashers and disposals.  All of the products are all natural, and they do not have any chemical odors.  They are safe for septic systems and even people with sensitive skin report that they can use Smelly Towel Cleaner.

You might also like to try your luck in this giveaway opportunity.  I have been given permission to offer one bottle of Smelly Towel Cleaner to one lucky reader selected at random.  Use the Rafflecopter form to enter.
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Good Luck!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.