Thursday, January 26, 2012

Robby Wash - Review and Giveaway

I've used different forms of laundry detergent in my wash before, ranging from powders and liquids to concentrated packs.  The newest, a first for me, was the Robby Wash from Oransi.  The Robby Wash laundry detergent ball has launched in the U.S. with several money-saving benefits:

10 ounces of Robby Wash ball replaces 75 lbs. of traditional laundry detergent.

One Robby Wash ball lasts up to 12 months.  The ball itself will last three years.

One Robby Wash ball will save more than $100+ over 120 washes.

The ecofriendly, hypoallergenic and safe Robby Wash ball is only $2.95 and lasts one year.  It also includes refills and a tube of stain remover. 

Granted, I haven't had the Robby Wash for a year, so I can't vouch for its longevity.  But I'm all about saving money on laundry, especially since I have to wash clothing for a family of eight people.  In the few weeks that I've had the Robby Wash, I've found that it is easier to mess with than big containers of detergent, it doesn't cause a mess, it takes up little room in my washer, my clothes come out as clean as they would with any other detergent, and it seems to be quite cost-effective.  With the Robby Wash costing $32.95 and the indication that it lasts a year, that's quite a bit of money saved!

The Robby Wash ball works by using a unique and patented worldwide technology to clean your laundry effectively.  Its activated macromolecules are gradually released through the wash, dissolving dried-in stains by generating ions which activate the water molecules.  This increase in pH enables the activated molecules to penetrate deep into the fabrics and attach themselves to the stains.  As the motion of the drum agitates against the clothes, the stains come away easily from the fabric and dissolve in the water.

Although there is a tube of stain remover included with the Robby Wash, I prefer to use a regular trigger-spray remover.  After pretreating and sorting my clothes as usual, I place the clothes in my washing machine and then place the Robby Wash laundry washing ball amongst the clothes.  There is no need to add any additional soap or detergent; The capsules inside the Robby Wash do the work.  The Robby Wash ball can even be kept in the washing machine between uses as long as it's not buried in clothes because it needs to be in a well aerated place.  It also it not meant to be used in the dryer.  New pellets need to be put in the Robby Wash when you notice the existing pellets starting to decrease significantly because it needs to be full for optimal use.  There is a tab on the ball to refill with the pellets when it's time to do so.  For me and my family, the Robby Wash has made the chore of laundry even easier.

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40 comments:

ababe28 said...

I have asthma, so I'd love to try one of their air purifiers.

Aleksandra Nearing said...

I'd like one of their blenders. Thanks!

Jennifer said...

My son has asthma and allergies, so the Oransi Finn Air Purifier would be a godsend!

tammy said...

i'd like the L'Equip Dehydrator 528

pinklady705 said...

I would like PowerPro Wide-Mouth 10-Cup Food Processor
from BLACK AND DECKER

2liv2laf2luv at gmail dot com

tammy said...

they have a no commute policy ia their factory to reduce their carbon footprint

Nancy said...

I'd like to try the Blendtec Extreme Blender!

nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Nancy said...

I learned that their shipping weight is 52% less than comparable brands.

nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

katychick said...

Hoover vacuum cleaners
tcogbill at live dot com

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

I'd love the Hoover Platinum Collection Cyclonic Bagless Upright.

Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

VickeC said...

55 Pint Bucket-Free Dehumidifier

VickeC said...

Energy Efficiency.
The greatest impact to our environment related to the use our products are in the energy usage associated with their operation. With that in mind, we are proud to report that all of our HEPA based air purifiers meet the strict Energy Star Guidelines. We know of no other manufacturer that can make that claim.

Catie said...

I really want to try the Oransi Fridge Purifier!

lgothard said...

we would love to try the espresso machine

lgothard said...

I looked at the site and couldn't believe the amount of energy saved. I will have to show my husband

sarah shult said...

I would love Platinum Collection Cyclonic Bagless Upright
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Teh Doll said...

Oransi Finn Air Purifier
dollhousecreation(at)gmail(dot)com

jenzen69 said...

I would love the Omega Vert Juicer VRT350HD

jenzen69 said...

Theit employess work from home. Here is the benefit

Here is an example of the impact to our environment with just 50 people:

Number of People: 50
Average Round Trip Commute: 30 Miles
Total Yearly Reduction in Vehicle Miles Traveled: 547,500 Miles
Total Yearly Reduction in Air Pollution: 465,543 Pounds
Total Yearly Reduction in Gasoline Usage: 26,071 Gallons

Heather! said...

I would love the DoubleUp Grill and Panini Maker!

Thanks!
h4schaffer at gmail dot com

Heather! said...

I learned that all their air purifiers meet RoHS standards...even BEFORE the US follows Europe with the restrictions RoHS recommends.

h4schaffer at gmail dot com

Jaime said...

CMBL800 Commercial Blender
copperllama at yahoo dot com

tweetyscute said...

I would love the TurboBlend VS Blender

Theresa J

Anne N. said...

like to try the PRSJ600 Pro Slow Juicer

bison61 said...

20-Inch Cool Touch Griddle

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

longsgl said...

I would love the Breville 2 Speed 800JEXL Centrifugal Juicer

Rachel said...

Oransi Finn Air Purifier
rachel.flavin@gmail.com

Wendy Rozema said...

I would like the blendtec blender!

Melissa said...

I would like to try the 30 Watt 34 oz Citrus Juicer.

~April~ said...

I would love to have their 6-Quart Round Crockery Cooker, Stainless Steel/Black...

ababe28 said...

Total Yearly Reduction in Air Pollution: 465,543 Pounds

ababe28 at hotmail dot com

Mare/TommyGirl said...

the Kuvings Silent Juicer looks like it would come in handy.

Breanne said...

I'd like to try the Oransi Finn Air Purifier

Couponsforme2 said...

Like that it has no phosphates

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Marci (joyfulheart26@hotmail.com) said...

their espresso machine!

eclairre said...

The air purifiers!

sleepy headed mom said...

I would love to try the nostalgia ice cream sandwich maker.

sleepy headed mom said...

I learned that Oransi developes smaller lighter products for less use of materials.

Tawnya said...

I would like to try the Oransi Ionic Refrigerator Air Purifier – Fridge Air Purifier

http://www.amorwares.com/products/oransi-ionic-fridge-air-purifier

Tawnya said...

I learned their air purifiers are certified to meet the RoHS standards