The Art of Random Willy-Nillyness: CLOSED ~ Seventh Generation Review and Giveaway!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

CLOSED ~ Seventh Generation Review and Giveaway!




As many of you know, I am slowly but surely trying to go greener. I love reviewing green products because finding ones that I like makes it easier for me to be greener. So when I got the opportunity to review Seventh Generation products, I was thrilled.

Seventh Generation uses the natural disinfecting power of thyme to make its disinfecting cleaners work without harmful chemicals. Seventh Generation has lead the “responsible cleaning” charge for the past twenty years, and now they are introducing an EPA registered line of botanical disinfectant cleaners, including a multi-surface cleaning spray, bathroom cleaning spray and wipes. According to the company, these new products can supposedly kill over 99.99 percent of germs naturally and are effective against the Influenza A Virus, including H1N1.

Now it's Spring Cleaning time so these products came at a great time. We are slowly but surely cleaning every inch of the house and garage. The products I received to review were Seventh Generation paper towels, bathroom cleaner, multi-surface cleaner, a cleaning caddy and The Conscious Kitchen by Alexandra Zissu. Fantastic.
Now I have to admit that I am a disinfecting wipes addict. Yes, if you read my Clorox review, you know I am a nut about them so I was anxious to try the Seventh Generation disinfecting wipes. To my surprise, they worked pretty well. They cleaned up my kitchen mess in a snap. The bathroom cleaner and the multi-surface cleaner worked well too. The multi-surface cleaner was great getting our outdoor furniture really clean. I had to get used to the paper towels but they were actually surprising in that they held up really well to scrubbing. I would like them to be half sheets as I like using half sheets instead of whole sheets but basically they did a fantastic job.

Overall, I give these products a thumbs up especially if you want to cut back on chemical cleaners. They are gentle on the hands and gentle on the Earth. Since I live in a tiny town, it's hard for me to find them but when I do, I will buy them because I am trying to do my part! Besides cleaning products Seventh Generation also offers baby care products, feminine hygiene products, laundry and dishwashing products and more! These are really good products and you should try them if you want to "green" up your house!

Alexandra Zissu's book is chock full of wonderful tips that make sense and really promote healthy living. You have to check it out.

If you want to try and win your own cleaning caddy with all the goodies I received then you can enter my giveaway! YAY! The people at Seventh Generation and MyBlogSpark have been generous enough to offer one to my readers. You know the drill!!


Mandatory Entry

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Make sure to leave a separate comment for the entries you complete!
Deadline: Friday, May 7 at 11:59 pm EST. I will use random.org to pick the winners so everyone has a chance to win. **PLEASE leave an email if your blogger profile does not include it or you don't have a blog. I need a way to contact you.** Once a winner is drawn I will contact them and the winner will have 48hours to reply back before I draw a new winner. Giveaway is open to US residents only who are 18 years of age or older.




Disclosure: I received a sample product for review purposes. No other compensation was given and the opinions in this post are solely mine and are based on my experience with the product.

192 comments:

  1. Alexandra offer easy to follow ways to "go green" and protect the health of all your family members.

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  2. I learned that their feminine products are chorine-free.


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  6. Tell me if you have gone green or going green and how:

    I actually sold my car, and I share with my daughter. I invested in a bike and bike to local errands.

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  9. How am I going green? I have done a few posts about it on my blog recently and just hosted a GO GREEN GIVEAWAY. I gave away 2 sets of reusable produce bags.

    I bring my own bags everywhere, including produce bags to the grocery store.

    I recycle.

    I have cut way back on m y paper towel usage and use sponges/rags.

    I use a lot of Mrs. Meyers, Method, and Seventh Generation products for cleaning/laundry.

    I take shorter showers and turn off the tap while I lather up.

    I turn off the tap while I brush my teeth.

    In winter, my thermostat is usually set around 62. At 75 in summer.

    I buy local, all natural, and organic as often as possible.

    I started a Juice Pouch brigade with Terracycle (I posted about it on my blog today).

    I could go on and on. What a great giveaway. I love seeing others go GREEN!

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  10. I follow you on Twitter (@erinlynn76)

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  11. I am following your blog now (I'm Erin at The Mother Load)

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  12. I tweeted about it:

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  13. I learned that Seventh Generation proudly donates 10% of profits to support organizations that work for positive change! Cool!

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  14. Already a facebook fan (Henrietta Newman)

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  20. I am going green by using reusable bags and rags instead of paper towels! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  23. i learned they make diapers and feminine products- i thought it was just all cleaners!scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  24. I learned that The company derives its name from the Great Law of the Iroquois that states, "In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations."

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  25. we are going green by changing our cleaning products to green products

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  30. I had not heard of Alexandra Zissu so I went to that website and this is what I found out:
    Alexandra Zissu, an environmental journalist and dedicated locavore, walks readers through every kitchen decision with three criteria in mind: what’s good for personal health, what’s good for the planet, and what tastes great.

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  32. I learned that opening a window can help get rid of toxins in your home. We also havea lot of plants in our house to help with toxins.


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  33. I learned that green-proofing is kinda like eco baby-proofing...

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  34. I have switched over to reusable bags for shopping

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  38. I didn't know they had products for feminine needs!
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  39. I learned they talk the talk and walk the walk.... they donate! I love this company. That book looks very interesting!
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  40. It sounds crazy, but to lower the use of electricity I purchased clocks that I do not need to plug in. I also unplug the microwave, toaster, coffee machine.....
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  42. I posted/linked your giveaway. It's on the left side of my blog where my readers look for giveaways...daily.
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  45. I had no idea that they carried feminine products. I visit their website all of the time and never noticed.

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  46. I follow as wiscmom24 on twitter.

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  47. We are in the process if going green. We recycle, use our own shopping bags, collect rain water, and use energy efficient light bulbs.

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  48. I tweeted.

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  49. I learned the book teaches you how to eat locally, even in Winter.
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  50. I started a compost pile this year to fertilize our organic heirloom seed garden.
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  51. I learned that you can have healthy cleaning products

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  54. I learned that it is best to ask lots of questions when it comes to buying food...never really thought about it before!
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  55. I have since started to use reuseable bags instead of grocery store plastic bags.
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  60. I learned that you can figure out if a vegetable is genetically modified just from reading its PLU.

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  61. Our city just made recycling a lot easier, by supplying huge recycling cans...yeah! I am also growing my own veggies and herbs.


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  62. I'm an email subscriber.


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  63. I follow you on twitter.


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  64. I follow via networked blogs.


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  69. we find uses for old jars and containers.
    we use natural cleaning supplys.
    we recycle
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  70. I learned that Seventh Generation gives 10% of its profits to organizations that help women and families, and that promote sustainability.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  71. I'm a follower.

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  72. We're trying to go green by using more reusable products and recycling.

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  73. I blogged here:
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  74. I blogged here:
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  75. I blogged here:
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  79. I learned that the book addresses how to eat locally, even in winter--something I didn't think was possible.

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  85. I learned that their mission is to inspire a more conscious and sustainable world by being an authentic force for positive change.

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  86. We have made some progress in going green....recycling, using more energy efficient lightbulbs, carrying reuseable bags to stores

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  87. I am a follower through Google Friend Connect

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  89. I blogged here, entry #3
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  90. I blogged here, entry #2
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  96. I learned about all of the Seventh Generation products that are available. Had no clue there were so many more than the stores locally sell. Thanks for the fun.

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  97. A few of the ways we go green:
    - Have Nalgeen water bottles that we use all the time (the entire family)
    - Reusable bag addiction, rarely have plastic bags
    - Recycle
    - Cold water washing of clothing
    - Lunch bags and containers are reusable
    - Switched to low energy bulbs

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  103. I learned that Seventh Generation donates 10% of their profits to support organizations that work for positive change thanks clallen at ntin dot net

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  121. I learned that seventh generation makes Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Pacs. I didn't know that they did. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  124. From Seventh Generation site I learned that their Botanical Disinfectants Kills 99.99% of germs* naturally.
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  130. We have slowly started to be greener bu changing the light bulbs to more energy efficient ones, changed the shower heads to low flow to conserve water
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  148. I went to Alexandra Zissu, and found out that you can find out if something is organic just by looking at the price tag.
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  149. I have gone green by placing milk jugs in my tanks of my toilets to use less water when I flush.
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  153. I learned that it's a good idea to ask what kind of plastic your cheese or meats are being wrapped in at the deli!
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  154. have switched to trying to clean by steam as much as possible. I bought a steam cleaner for my hard floors and a HAAN Steamer for counters and bathrooms.
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  155. To date Seventh Generation has saved 374467 trees.
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  156. Alexandra Zissu book tells you how to use COOL (country of origin labels) to your advantage and to determine if a vegetable is genetically modified just from reading its PLU (price look up) code. Those are 2 things that I would like to know when I shop.

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  157. We are trying to go green by buying locally produced foods. Also by trying to find cleaning products that work the best.

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  163. I learned that Seventh Generation spray cleaners and disinfecting cleaners do not need to be rinsed. That is great news.

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  164. We are going green, but slowly. My husband isn't really anti green but he is in the mindset that "green" isn't as convenient. Right now we are recycling and driving one car instead of two.

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  169. I found out that at the 7th generation website A few months ago, the Environment News Service reported that Unilever was fined for polluting California air with fumes from its AXE Deodorant Bodyspray for Me thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  171. I learned that they make feminine hygiene products!
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  173. We are slowly going green by making small changes like switching out our light bulbs and recycling more!
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

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