Sunday Funday Giveaway: Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent

I recently tried Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent for the first time. I have to say I am a huge fan! From the edgy package design, to the great scents, the specialized formulas, and the overall effectiveness, Rockin’ Green is definitely Rockin!! Watch out for a full review later this week, but in the meantime I thought it would make a great giveaway. 🙂

Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent comes in 3 options: Classic Rock, Hard Rock, and Soft Rock. “Rockin’ Green was designed for different water types, so it’s important to find the right formula for your area” (Rockin Green, 2013). Which one you use depends on how hard your water is. The general recommendation from Rockin’ Green is as follows:

  • <60 ppm should use soft rock
    <250 ppm should use classic rock
    And anything more than that should use hard rock

Now I will admit… those numbers didn’t really mean much to me at first. Turns out they are actually a water hardness level. You might already know if you have hard or soft water depending on the area you reside. Or you might have a hubby who knows. 😉 However if you don’t know you can typically have your water hardness level professionally tested for free by a pool/spa store, aquarium supply store, or water softener company, etc. The map below provides suggested formula recommendations across the US.

Want to try Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent to get the stinkies out of your diaper stash? Then be sure to enter this week’s giveaway for your chance to win a bag of Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent. Winner gets to select formula for their water hardness level. Winner will be announced Sunday, May 5. Winner will be notified via email and is asked to respond within 48hours in order to claim prize.

Good Luck All!

Sarah
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