Earth Rescue Eco-friendly Cleaning Products exclusively at Walmart #ERDetoxTheHome

I know many people love Spring cleaning, for me it is all about the Fall. When I put the families stuff away for the winter I want to make sure it is all clean. The more I clean now, the less I need to clean when I take it out of storage.  Plus with the kids being back to school, I can give the house a good cleaning. Boy the summer months do a number on our floors. Especially living near the beach, sand everywhere! 

Having four kids (three who still live at home) and 3 dogs and a Macaw, I am always worried about what I am using to clean. I make sure to read labels and try to make the right choices when possible. We have many cleaning issues and sometimes I find it hard to find Green (eco-friendly)  products that clean well and do not cost a fortune. Lucky for me I was sent Earth Rescue Eco- Friendly cleaning products to get my home clean and Fall/winter ready. 

Earth Rescue products are

–          100% naturally derived ingredients

–          100% readily biodegradable

–          100% VOC free

–          100% solvent free

For me Fall is more than back to school. It is back to routine and back to “normal” 🙂

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Earth Rescue sent me EVERYTHING I needed to clean up and get organized. Laundry soap, window cleaner, bathroom cleaner and more. They also sent clothes pins, sticky notes with Sharpie, Sponges and a shoe organizer. So now my house is pretty organized. 

These products cleaned my house with ease. Everything smells wonderful and it feels good knowing it is safe for my children and pets. Plus these items are so affordable. I could not believe how inexpensive they were at Walmart, many less than $3 each. 

Earth Rescue products featuring eClean® formula technology are currently available in retailers in the USA and Canada.

For more information check out Earth Rescue on Facebook 

 

Earth Rescue is available in Canada exclusively at Walmart 

Giveaway time!
I have a wonderful prize pack for one of my Canadian readers to win. The complete line of Earth Rescue cleaning products plus organizing items to get your home clean and organized.  Fill out the form below for your chance to win. Good luck! 

 

 

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Disclosure- I received product for review purposes. All opinions expressed are honest and my own. 

Comments

  1. carole b. says:

    I only use eco friendly products

  2. I am trying to be more eco friendly by buying biodegradable products. Using old tore up clothing as cleaning clothes and using cloth diapers and wipes.

  3. Because I have senisitive skin and b/c my husband and I watch a lot of healthy living documentaries.

  4. karinespace says:

    I recycle pretty much everything I can

  5. Judy C (Cowan) says:

    I just bought a steam mop today and we are trying to find products with less chemicals in them to use

  6. We are more eco friendly as we recycle, also I like using earth rescue eco friendly cleaning products. I love their glass cleaner, it has no smell.

  7. doreen lamoureux says:

    I am bringing used clothing to a clothing bank tomorrow. 🙂 I use old napkin holders and tea towels as cleaning rags.

  8. I use baking soda as my cleaning agent

  9. Holly Messana says:

    I try to buy eco friendly cleaning products and make sure I buy stuff that doesn't have a lot of non recycable material

  10. i make most of my own cleaners

  11. Cheryl Grandy says:

    I try to reuse or recycle as much as possible, as well as encouraging other to recycle.

  12. i reuse and recycle everything i can!

  13. we recycle,use coldwater in the laundry,and hang the clothes on the line whenever possible

  14. I am trying to be more eco friendly by composting in my backyard and growing a veggie garden. We recycle everything we can and try to avoid buying things that are over packaged!

  15. I'm careful about what products I purchase & make a valiant effort to only purchase items that are in totally recyclable packaging. We contribute very little garbage to the landfill.

  16. Karin Dollery says:

    I try to recycle as much as possible and I make sure I get rid of my used batteries at the proper depot.

  17. Joce Lyne says:

    we r recycling…and teaching the kids how to recycle as well 🙂

  18. Victoria Ess says:

    I'm really vigilant about recycling and composting, and using reusable containers and cutlery all the time.

  19. We are doing everything we can really. We recycle everything we possibly can (glass, plastic, paper, metals), we turn off lights when we aren't in rooms, we use cold water to wash our clothes with eco friendly washing products. My dad has a big compost in his back yard so we take all of our compostables over to his place.

  20. Florence C says:

    I use eco friendly products. I recycle whatever possible and also compost. I am down to 1/2 bag of garbage most weeks.

  21. Louise Gilbert says:

    I try to buy only biodegradable products

  22. Monique L.S. says:

    I am trying to use natural cleaners in my home. I recycle everything I can, and try to pass on products we no longer use so someone else can use them instead of going to the garbage. Also by not using the car as much.

  23. Teresa Claire says:

    I haven't used chemicals for housework in a long time. This sounds like a great company…thank you!

  24. angela mitchell says:

    One thing I have recently started doing is using a laundry ball in the washing machine so I don't use detergent anymore.

  25. caryn coates says:

    I am trying to only use eco friendly products.

  26. hmrcarlson says:

    We recycle as much as we can, turn off lights when not needed and use reusable containers.

  27. I am switching to eco friendly products. I have been wanting to try Earth Rescue too. I make my own deodorant and my own face wash too. I even have all natural doggy soap for my chihuahua. 🙂

  28. I started using a rain barrel for watering my gardens and I recycle.

  29. I only buy cleaning products that don't contain chemicals and am trying to switch my beauty products to more eco friendly ones too!

  30. Jo Ann Moffatt says:

    I am very big into recycling. My blue bin is always about 3 or 4 times as full as my garbage bin.

  31. Reduce, Reuse & recycle 🙂

  32. Doris Calvert says:

    We recycle, use eco cleaners, use natural remedies in our yard

  33. I recycle everything I can.

  34. Dayna Wilson says:

    We recycle everything we can, and we leave our heat off as long as we can.

  35. I use eco friendly products, recycling and grew some of our own food this year too!

  36. I have designed my life on walking or transit not a car

  37. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I collect the water from my dehumidifier for watering my plants, I have only the minimum of light on, heating at a minimum too, I recycle a lot, collect compost, try to use natural cleaning products.

  38. We use a lot of baking soda and vinegar for cleaning around the house

  39. I am trying to be more eco-friendly by using homemade cleaners.

  40. Nena Sinclair says:

    I recycle or reuse everything possible!

  41. I like to.use vinegar for cleaning

  42. I like to make my own products and use ecofriendly, sustainable products when it comes to beauty, haircare, and deodorant. I also use reusable bags and such. I said my name was Jessica @ OrganicallYou but that is too long so I will just put Jessica
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  43. Making my own cleaner and I recycle as much as I can

  44. I reach for the eco-friendly logos now when shopping for cleaning products

  45. Michelle K says:

    I recycle everything I can

  46. I use biodegradable products
    thanks

  47. we recycle & reuse as much as we can & last year we bought an E bike

  48. Darlene Schuller says:

    We only use eco friendly laundry/cleaning products.

  49. I am trying to recycle and reuse as much as possible.

  50. Wendy Lange says:

    Our family recycles, conserves water, composts, uses reusable containers for lunch, and hold yard sales rather than throwing things out.

  51. recycle and/or reuse anything possible.

  52. I'm an avid recycler, donate used clothes and shoes and bags, and try not to waste water

  53. Jennifer P. says:

    We try to use "green" cleaning products, we wash all our laundry in cold water and hang it to dry, we recycle, I walk to pick my daughter up from school instead of driving (haven't quite got organized enough to walk in the mornings, yet!), and we use craigslist for buying and selling when possible to limit "new" purchases and encourage "re-using".

  54. I use less toxic cleaning products

  55. missbobloblaw says:

    We try to upcycle as much as possible, and we reuse plastic shopping bags.

  56. Recycling everything, buying organic and hanging up laundry to dry.

  57. valerie godin says:

    We recycle and use vinegar to clean

  58. We recycle and compost!

  59. Beth Gallinger says:

    We try to conserve water.

  60. I make my own cleaners, fabric refreshers etc..

  61. tara crawford says:

    always giving my clothes to the goodwill etc. so old clothes that cant be donated like shirts i cut into rags to clean house with home made house cleaners

  62. This is a cool contest giveaway, great idea!

  63. Audrey Skinner says:

    I recycle and use eco-friendly cleaning products as much as possible.

  64. Margaret Thompson says:

    I have allergies, so am always looking for inexpensive and GOOD cleaning products. I also require products that do not really hard scrubbing. Hopei win so I can sample these ones.

  65. Rhonda W G. says:

    I just had my carpets cleaned with a non-toxic kelp cleanner!

  66. lots of composting and recycling

  67. I am trying out those balls in the dryer so I am not using sheets all the time.

  68. Sarah Stickney says:

    recycling more

  69. Belinda McNabb says:

    We reduce, reuse and recycle where ever we can'

  70. Patrick Siu says:

    i recycle everything i can

  71. Brenda Penton says:

    I've been switching to LED lightbulbs, using eco-friendly cleaning products or using homemade cleaners.

  72. debbie jackson says:

    we are composting and using eco friendly soaps

  73. I recycle almost everything.

  74. I use laundry ball in washer, balls in dryer instead of dryer sheets, old cotton clothes for rags, take things to thrift store we no longer use… This sounds like a great way to eco clean

  75. Julie bolduc says:

    I use a eco laundry ball

  76. I try to recycle everything I can

  77. Lori Bazan says:

    I stopped buying bottled water, and have been re-cycling so much more than in the past!

  78. I am recycling and composting as much as possible!

  79. I recycle and try to use eco friendly products.

  80. Any and every way we possibly can! Recycling, buying as many products as we can from dish detergent, laundry detergent to everyday chemicals and sprays.

  81. pat galas says:

    i try and use green products when ever i can

  82. Judy Bickford says:

    I'm trying to buy more food in their natural state–less prepared and processed. The garbage is biodegradable with no plastic packaging.

  83. I have been looking for more ways to go green and clean this sounds like a great start!

  84. I'm trying to be more eco friendly by composting throughout the entire year, not just in the spring and summer.
    My recent post Friday Wrap-Up,October 18th

  85. Jennifer L. says:

    I don't buy products with chemicals in them. This means using a lot of vinegar and baking soda for my cleaning.

  86. buy products with minimal packaging

  87. SueSueper Sue says:

    I tried some natural laundry soap and liked it. Bought some more when it was on the special rack last week.

  88. I sometimes use more natural alternatives such as vinegar, baking soda etc for cleaning

  89. Karen Medlin says:

    reading more labels on products before I purchase. We donate our clothing and furniture locally instead of filling our landfills. The kids are really good about putting any recyclables in the right bins.

  90. I am trying to keep friendly by buying glass or steel containers to store food instead of plastic.

  91. trying to recycle. thankyou, ken

  92. recycling

  93. Debbie Kennedy says:

    all the kids lunches are packed in reusable containers – no more plastic bags or wraps

  94. I have four grown kids, and one grand-baby, every Christmas I make them gifts that are all eco-friendly, we call them "love" gifts and share with them the future….It helps everyone and gives a gift to our earth

  95. using our cities green bin program, no longer using harsh chemicals for cleaning
    My recent post When Frosting Gets Sweet with The Dollop Book of Frosting

  96. Darci Paice-Bailey says:

    we use lots of cleaning cloths vs product

  97. We compost, re-use, recycle, car-pool

  98. I use natural cleaners and the three r's-reduce, reuse 7& recycle. I also compost

  99. I always wash my clothes in cold water and I have a low flush toilet

  100. penny1029 says:

    recycle, upcycle and use products that are eco friendly

  101. michelle hebert says:

    ive been making homemade cleaning product and using that plus i have a steam mop

  102. Jeannie Lam says:

    We are starting to clean counter tops with vinegar and lemon with some baking soda. We are also using cloth diapers.

  103. I hate waste, and I'm also a bit sensitive to some chemicals, so it's in my best interests as well.
    My recent post Welcome to a Blueberry World

  104. Kelly Oinonen says:

    I use strictly biodegradable products, as well as recycle everything possible in the house!

  105. buy products that I can recycle

  106. Wanda Bergman says:

    I am using spiky laundry balls in the dryer instead of dryer sheets.

  107. Kristy Short says:

    I am making a real effort to recycle more

  108. I use natural cleaners in my home as we are allergic to fragrance. We have taught our 6 year old how to recycle, turn off the lights when you leave a room and really think about if we need an item or is it just a want.

  109. I recycle and try to use eco friendly products. Wash in cold water

  110. clean with vinegar and compost!

  111. ive been buying all natural cleaners

  112. trying to use more eco products

  113. Viv Sluys says:

    We are trying to be more eco-friendly by cleaning up the playground, by re-using/re-purposing things instead of tossing or recycling them, composting, cloth diapering, hang drying when possible and walking instead of driving when we can

  114. im using biodegratable laundry soap

  115. Using products without chemicals including deodorant…just bought one made of mineral salts! It's awesome!

  116. cheryl hodgkins says:

    We recycle all papers and plastics, use newspaper instead of paper towels for cleaning windows and do not buy bottled water to name a few.

  117. Pat Drouillard says:

    vinegar

  118. I try to recycle as much as possible.

  119. I try to upcycle,

  120. I try to by eco friendly products and try to be aware of my families usages

  121. We buy certified organic food and have put in a smart thermostat to help reduce our energy use in our home.

  122. Christina S says:

    I try to use all natural products, reduce, reuse, recycle as much as I can!

  123. I recycle as much as I can!

  124. I’m trying to reduce, reuse and recycle whenever possible.

  125. Tara Gauthier says:

    We don't use chemicals for house cleaning..make all our own cleaners.

  126. Neil Anderson says:

    We are very eco friendly, our dryer neverclothes line and racks inside or on the porch work well , vinegar and water as a cleaner and peroxide works well day

  127. Would love to try these products!

  128. Go Green is the way to go. Use products that are friendly to the environment.

  129. Debbie Bramer says:

    This would be great to try.

  130. Christy Martin says:

    I try to use an eco-friendly multi-purpose cleaning product for my everyday wiping down of surfaces. I also try use products that offer refills in order to make use of existing packaging.

  131. fahlinstar says:

    I have been trying to waste less and repurpose more!

  132. i recycle everything that can be recycled

  133. I set up a clothesline, and do not use cleaning chemicals!

  134. I sort and recycle garbage the best I can and love to go thrifting which is also recycling and upcycling! Starting to clean green etc with more homemade recipes.

  135. truckerofbc says:

    We wash in Cold Water only

  136. Brittney House says:

    We recycle as much as we can!

  137. We use wool dryer balls, have switched some of our cleaners to greener versions and use re-usable produce bags
    My recent post Fox Bedroom for My Son

  138. elaine bolduc says:

    I use eco friendly products to clean my house

  139. 4seasonsmom says:

    i am trying my best to go for the eco friendly options when available

  140. Sallee Glickler says:

    I use wool and aluminum laundry balls, make my own laundry detergent, and have reduced my paper waste

  141. Donna Pyszk says:

    We are trying to recycle more. Re-use plastic bottles. Do more dishes per load to save water …etc.

  142. S.Jackson says:

    For health reasons we do not use any products with chemicals…..especially because we have grandchildren that visit us daily

  143. kim walker says:

    i try and make good choices with everything i purchase. I buy large sizes and refill bottles, I use eco friendly soap, laundry detergents, and i recycle 🙂

  144. I try using something eco-friendly ever month

  145. eco friendly says:

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