Friday, October 20, 2017

Charlie's Soap Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. I receive complimentary products for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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Charlie's Soap is hard to describe. It's hard to categorize. When put up against the other consumer detergents and soaps, there really is no comparison . . . to read more about Charlie's Soap click here

I was sent a few products from Charlie's Soap company which you can see in the pictures provided.

I was sent the following products:

I got some full size products and a few sample sized bottled products. The kitchen & bath spray is really wonderful and gets all the grease and stains off counter tops and especially your stove top where it gets used the most and dirty the most.

 I love that the Laundry Packets get rid of odor smell because I work in food area and sometimes when I come home my work clothes smell like horrible and I can get the smell right out with this and that is incredible. The bleach is great and gets all the stains out and freshens your whites like brand new. My new go to Oxygen Bleach from Charlie's Soap!

We mainly use this to clean our grill and it works really well and gets everything off even the grease & grime, so it's perfect for those types of things.

Buy It: Head over to Charlie's Soap to see all the other products they have to offer.

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  1. I like their products are environmentally friendly. Thanks.

  2. I would be happy to try the Laundry Liquid. I learned that there is no need for fabric softener with this product.
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  3. I am interested in their laundry pre-spray. I like how pure the ingredients are.

  4. I like that they offer their products in different sizes.

  5. I like the Charlies Soaps Kitchen & Bath 32oz 2pk,couter tops. I especially like that you can use it on granite

  6. Would love to try the prespray. Thank you