Smelly Towel Cleaner – Review & Giveaway (closed)

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A few months back, I had the opportunity to review Smelly Washer, a natural cleaner which claims to get rid of mold and mildew in your washing machine. Smelly Washer is coming out with a new product, Smelly Towel. It does the same thing that Smelly Washer does, but is for your towels. We’ve had all of our towels 5 1/2 years as we got most of them when we got married. I admit, they are super stinky but I don’t exactly have the budget to go and buy all new towels. I notice the mold and mildew smell most after I’ve showered and the towel is wet again. I don’t exactly feel clean using a towel that I think is clean but smells horrible. Towels and clothing can build up mold and mildew from overuse of detergents and softners, washing your clothing in low temperatures, and washing in a washer that already has mold spores.

Pros: I love that this product is all natural and gentle enough to use on clothing and towels. I’ve used it in multiple loads and have to say it is quite gentle. You use it in place of your regular detergent, and only have to use a tablespoon which means the 12 ounce bottle will go a long way.
The smell is a really nice citrus and is not overpowering but makes my towels smell great. I like that it is easy to use and I don’t have to take any extra steps. When I reviewed the Smelly Washer, I noticed that there were directions to get rid of mild and mildew in towels but there was a long soaking process involved where there isn’t with the new Smelly Towel Cleaner,
I think the packaging is fun and innovative, and I’m excited to be using a product that really works.

Cons: The detergent itself is a crystal like powder. I did have clumps at the top of my bottle which didn’t help with measuring it out. They were easy to break up however, so that seems like a minor con.
I also noticed with my towels that were extra stinky that I had to soak and wash them a few times before I noticed the smell was completely gone.

Price: I’m not 100% sure of a price at this point as this is a fairly new product and will be available to buy soon.

Where to Buy: Coming soon to Smelly Washer

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The product reviewed in this article was a sample provided to me by Smelly Washer. Smelly Washer did compensate me for my video review.  These views and opinions are my own.

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    What are the ingredients of SmellyWasher Cleaner?
    Our cleaner is made from 100% all natural citrus based ingredients.
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    Is Smelly Washer Cleaner safe for septic systems? – Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn’t harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

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    Jennifer T. says:

    What are the ingredients of SmellyWasher Cleaner? – Our cleaner is made from 100% all natural citrus based ingredients.

    I think it’s great that it’s natural.

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    I follow you (second statement for second following entry)
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    I follow you!
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    You need to clean your washer. DUH. Sounds obvious huh.

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    What are the ingredients of SmellyWasher Cleaner? – Our cleaner is made from 100% all natural citrus based ingredients.

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    I liked this one since I was wondering the exact question: Will this work in my washer?- Smellywasher is guaranteed to remove odor from all front load and top load clothes washers.

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    How often do I need to use SmellyWasher after cleaning my washer?

    – The frequency of use depends upon the amount of detergent used, if fabric softener is used and the temperature of water generally used after cleaning your washer. That being stated – many customers like to do maintenance cycles. If any type of maintenance cycle is done only a half-teaspoon of SmellyWasher is needed in a normal hot soak to remove any residue.

    I think Smelly Towels was MADE for me!

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    A FAQ I checked out was that Smelly Washer used to be known as PureWasher but the names were switched as they removed dyes and scents from their product to be considered a green product.
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    Do I add SmellyWasher to the detergent dispenser or directly into the tub?

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    AshleyOhio says:

    FAQ: Will Smelly Washer Cleaner remove mold from the door gasket?

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    Sorry, forgot to put one of the FAQ’s- Will this work in my washer?

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    Its funny that you posted this today. I was getting out of the shower today and realized that my freshly washed towel STUNK. I was just coming to your site to find the review about the other product you reviewed, and you had this new one! I’ll just say this:

    I NEED THIS PRODUCT. Really!

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    Erin Davis says:

    What are some tips for using the cleaner?
    Thanks!

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    I follow your blog through Google Friend Connect and follow you on Twitter (not sure which you meant by “follow”) Thanks!
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    Is Smelly Washer Cleaner safe for septic systems? – Smelly Washer Cleaner has been extensively tested as safe for use with septic systems as it doesn’t harm the bacteria necessary for breakdown.

    That is the FAQ that most interested me.

    Thanks for the chance!
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