Edited to add: Boy, the qualities of Borax must be under appreciated! I drew numbers and Laura, Lanita, and Sharilyn, your entries were randomly picked for the coupons. Congrats!
Borax and I have been good friends for a long time. I originally bought it to make my own detergent, and since then I’ve found it to be helpful in adding to the wash when clothes are especially dirty, and I even tried using it to clean my bathtub. (That one wasn’t my favorite use. But it was worth a shot.) With hard well water here, it’s been a clothes-saver.
Borax is a natural mineral from the earth. It’s the common name for sodium tetraborate. (If I can remember that long term my husband would be impressed. I’m not counting on it though.) Nothing is added to it; it’s just cleaned, dried, and boxed. It naturally softens hard water by attaching to some of the compounds and settling to the bottom of the machine – and then draining out. All that to say, I didn’t know all of this. But 20 Mule Team Borax sent me a box to try out (it’s identical to the box that I already was using…) and they also sent me three coupons to give away to my readers to try.
Want one? Leave a comment here, like this post on Facebook, and comment on my facebook page to win three chances. Three winners will be drawn at random on Thursday at noon CT.
I’ve always wanted to try it, but always forget. 🙂
It does work very well. I use it to give my clothes an extra boast for a cleaner wash………. Roxanne
mememememememe please. I liked the FB entery and made a comment. Jill Sims
I liked your facebook post too. This is also my comment. Didn’t know all those interesting facts about it either.
I love Borax. I have been using it to make my laundry soap for over 5 years now. Thanks for the opportunity to get some more. I am ALL out of it!
Thank you, Adrienne!!!