***Competition now Closed***
Thanks to everyone who took part in this fab comp and a Big Thanks to @my_ecoegg too.
The Five Winners are...
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Have you heard of the Ecoegg?
The ecoegg laundry egg is the revolutionary new way to wash your clothes. It completely replaces washing powder or liquid and is just as effective but will save you so much money, the new alternative to laundry detergent
When I was asked if I would like to review the ecoegg laundry egg I was really keen to try it out. Eco friendly and lasts up to 720 washes seems to good to be true. Priced at only £19.99 this gadget will save me a small fortune, maybe as much as £216 or more!
Sounds pretty cool right?
I know that what you are thinking is that this sounds great but 'How does it wash?' You don't want to waste £19.99 if it doesn't get your clothes clean do you. So I tested it out and I can honestly say that I will be buying this product in the future once my present ecoegg has finished. My whites came out beautifully white and clean, I was pretty impressed.
How to use - The ecoegg is easy to use, you just fill the egg with the special scientifically formulated, patented cleaning pellets and it is these pellets that are the secret to the Ecoeggs amazing cleaning power. Then place the Ecoegg into the drum of the washing machine along with your laundry - no other liquids or powders are required.
Temperature - The Ecoegg will work at temperatures up to 60 degrees Celsius. However, the Ecoegg is just as effective at 30 or 40 degrees, if desired.How long will it last - There is enough to last the average family for 3 years’ worth of washing if you do 4/5 loads of washing per week.
Bottom line - Do I like this product?
Yes, I think it is fabulous. The only downside to it is that it has no fragrance so doesn't give your clothes a perfumed smell. The way I got around this was to use fabric softener.
So would you like to try an Ecoegg out for yourself?
Well, you can because I have 5 to give away to my readers, all you have to do is answer this question by leaving me a comment below:
Q) On average, how many washes does the Ecoegg laundry egg last?
You can earn 4 extra entries by:
1) Tweeting this "#Win An Ecoegg Laundry Egg with @mamamakes here http://goo.gl/mPZBD Five winners will be picked!"
2) Like my Facebook page 'The Syders'
3) Subscribing to my RSS feed.
4) Follow @my_ecoegg on Twitter
Leave a separate comment for each of your entries. Please do not forget to leave your Twitter ID or email address so that I can contact you if you win.
Competition Closing date is Wednesday 18th April 2012 at 9am. I will pick five winners from each of the entries and each will receive an Ecoegg Laundry egg worth £19.99.
Open to UK residents only