Monday, November 11, 2013

Skoy Cloth Review and Giveaway


My family and I are in the transition of trying to go green. We already do a lot of things that lessen our carbon footprint, but there are only so many things you can do. That is where Skoy cloth comes in handy. Being able to use Eco Friendly products make it easier to be green.

I love the fact that their products are reusable. Sometimes paper towels seem necessary, but Skoy eliminates the need altogether. They also offer scouring scrub sponges, which work wonders on harder to clean surfaces, especially dishes with dried on food. I usually keep away from sponges because they tend to hold bacteria, creating a funk in my sink. Skoy cloths are easy to disinfect, just pop into the microwave!

I am in the process of Fall cleaning/organizing, so I have had numerous opportunities to try out Skoy. I absolutely love them. Especially the cloths. They are bright and cheerful, and easy to use/clean. I have tried them out on my counters, hardwood floors, and even a couple windows. I can't wait to post the before and after photos! Until then, onto the giveaway!

Skoy is offering ONE lucky US reader a similar set as to what I received. You can't win if you don't enter, so make sure you do! Good luck! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Living the Paisley Life is not to be held responsible for product shipment. Prize will be sent by the company.

48 comments:

  1. We recycle, turn off lights when not in use, use CFL light bulbs, turn off the water when brushing our teeth, etc. :)

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  2. Recycle, use CFL bulbs, compost.

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  3. We use dryer balls, recycle, conserve energy :) jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

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  4. We recycle all bottles, papers, etc. We turn off/unplug things that are not in use, us reuseable bags at the grocery store, and watch our water use!

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  5. I recycle and try to buy used and donate items instead of tossing them.

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  6. Working on eliminating paper towels and napkins in our household!

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  7. Recycle, organic eating. I use coconut oil, breast milk and garlic yo cute everything.

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  8. We use cloth napkins and pyrex containers instead of plastic baggies.

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  9. Reuse,Reduce,Re craft. Turn off lights and electronics when not in use.

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  10. We always try to walk and ride bikes everywhere. Obviously, it doesn't always work out, but we really try to cut down.

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  11. we recycle anything and everything.

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  12. I recycle at home and at work, and we've started using LED bulbs.

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  13. I recycle at work and at home, and we've started using LED bulbs.

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  14. I recycle at work and at home, and we've started using LED bulbs.

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  15. Recyle, compost, cloth diapers, reusuable sea pearls, replaced all cleaners and shampoos (pretty much anything you buy at the store) and drugs (for health!) with oils, aromatherapy, and things like baking soda, vinegar, etc...

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  16. I do recycle cans, bottles, newspapers. We conserve electric, and water. I use refillable water bottles. I have a High Efficiency Washer.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  17. Most definitely, I try to watch the Kilowatts. (power surges shut off at night is one way) We try hard to keep the electric down and watch our water consumption. We recycle too. Happy Holidays.

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  18. We recycle and use eco-friendly (mostly homemade) cleaners. Still relatively new on this journey though!

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  19. recycle, use old cotton clothes as rags/towels... use less ziplocks but reusable containers...

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  20. We recycle, use eco-friendly cleaners, use energy efficient lightbulbs, and I reuse anything that I can.

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  21. Recycle, turn off water when brushing

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  22. We recycle and are try to conserve on water by taking shorter showers

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  23. we recycle, cloth diaper, use cloth paper towels, and turn off water when not in use

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  24. I recycle everything possible, I try to buy used, and I make all my own earth-friendly cleaners.

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  25. I bring reusable bags to the grocery store.

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  26. I save my dryer lint and stuff them into paper towel tubes and use them as fire starters for the fireplace. they work great!

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  27. We used to cloth diaper our munchkin!

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  28. I left blog comment on: Radius Toothbrush Review.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  29. reusable shopping totes eclairre(AT)ymail(DOT)com

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  30. I recycle as much as I can and I also try to reuse and repurpose items.

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  31. We recycle and reuse extensively.

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  32. I reuse grocery bags as trash liners, as well as try to conserve water as much as possible.

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  33. We recycle and enjoy repurposing things we already have.

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  34. I commented on http://livingthepaisleylife.blogspot.com/2013/11/tender-aromatic-applewood-pork-loin.html#comment-form

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  35. recycling
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  36. We are now recycling and trying to buy more products out of recycled materials.

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  37. I try to be more green by using all-natural cleaning products.

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  38. I use mostly all natural cleaning products that I make!

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  39. We try and reuse as much as possible, such as recycling old clothing into new items. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

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  40. We do all sorts of things.....reuse containers and such that are not recyclable, recycle everything that our area takes, up cycle items, compost, use reusable shopping bags, all of our appliances are energy saver models, we use cfl lightbulbs, grow lots of fresh produce in our garden, and many other things.....the area I have the most trouble with and want to change is paper goods, specifically paper towels so I would absolutely love to win this skoy set to help me cut down on the number of paper towels we use, thanks for the chance to win,

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  41. One of the things we do for green is we drive an electric car.

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  42. We reuse cereal boxes for art projects.

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  43. We recycle & reuse containers for storage, as well as keeping lights & TV turned off when not in use.



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  44. COmmented as Angela Snoozy on post:

    Oh my, it has been too long...

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