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TWIST Clean Review & Giveaway Ends 11/08/2009

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Meet TWIST – “Not a lot of people love cleaning.  We think it’s because a lot of people don’t love what they’re cleaning with.  Hi, we’re TWIST.  We make cleaning products we love.  And we bet you’ll love them too.  It’s lovey scrubby time.  We’ve made a complete collection of naturally spongy, scrubby cleaning marvels.  They clean dishes, respect the planet, and look good doing it.”

The generous people at TWIST sent me all of the items below to try!

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Naked Sponge
100% Biodegradable
Cleans and Wipes

Naked Sponge #55
100% Biodegradable
All Household Uses

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Loofah Scrubby
100% Biodegradable
Scours & Scrubs

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Euro Sponge #10
100% Biodegradable
Cleans, Wipes & Dries

European Sponge Cloth #20
100% Biodegradable
Can be used over and over again.  Cleans, wipes & Dries

DishDumpling_V7
Dish Dumpling
100% Biodegradable
Scours, Scrubs, & Cleans
Made with tough Agave Twine

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Loofah Sponge #50
100% Biodegradable
Scrubs, Cleans & Wipes
All Household Uses

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Bamboo Cloth
100% Biodegradable
Dusts, Polishes, & Dries
Made from Bamboo & Corn

What do you notice on all of the above items?  They are all 100% Biodegradable.  I try hard to use eco friendly products and TWIST makes it easier for us to apply those eco friendly cleaners with their 100% Biodegradable sponges, scrubbies, and cloths.

When I saw their ad I was a bit on the sheepish side.  Not that I thought they wouldn’t work but that I thought they wouldn’t work any better than what I am already using.  I was wrong.  Loofah’s scrub my pots better and didn’t scratch them a bit.

The Bamboo Cloth made my faucets bright and shiny.

The Sponges wiped my dishes clean.

I am thrilled to have these “tools” in my kitchen and bathroom.  My favorite that I luckily received 2 of is the Loofah Sponge.  I use one in the bathroom and one in the kitchen.  They are able to scrub that stubborn grime on one side and gentle to wipe  surfaces clean on the other.

You can even check out their website to find out how to build an eco bird feeder.

Win It!

TWIST is offering one of Networking Witches readers a TWIST Cleaning Kit.

Mandatory Entry:

Hop on over to TWIST and tell me what item you think would be most beneficial to you and why.

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Giveaway Ends 11/08/2009

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Unconfirmed Winner Gloria McKeller

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  1. I would love the dish dumplings. I have not found a dish cleaner I like yet!

    Comment by Jen @ Happy Little Homemaker | 17 October, 2009

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  5. I think the ravioli scrubby would help me a lot when it comes to scrubbing my brownie pans clean. I love my brownies. hehe

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    Comment by Chelsea Saulpaugh | 17 October, 2009

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  16. I LOVE the concept of the Sponge Blossoms. Space is precious so keeping things organized and neat would be super easy with these.

    Comment by Samantha | 17 October, 2009

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  19. I think the Ravioli Scrubby would really work well in our house ..

    Some raviolis are filled with meat. Others with cheese. Ours are full of clean. If you want to get technical, they’re actually a pastry of hemp burlap, stuffed full of biodegradable sponge. And they’re shaped like a jumbo ravioli. Perfect for baked-on food like, well, ravioli. Sorry. We couldn’t resist the perfect symmetry of this design story.

    Comment by Zoe Lee | 17 October, 2009

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  28. I like the sponge blossoms

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  39. i could really use the Dish Dumpling , i hate scrubbing pots and pans and this looks really great,
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  51. I think the Loofah Scrubby would be great to use on baked on dishes with out scratching them.

    Comment by Nancy | 18 October, 2009

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  53. I am already following you on Twitter as njhhb.

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    Comment by Sheila | 18 October, 2009

  56. i would like to try the bamboo cloth

    Comment by Laurie Murley | 18 October, 2009

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  61. The bamboo cloths are so cool! I think that’s my favorite thing on their site.

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  64. I like the soft clothes that replace paper towels….which paper towel are a huge waste and hard on the environment. Thank you for the opportunity.

    Comment by Tammy C | 18 October, 2009

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  68. The Bamboo cloth look nice. thanks.

    Comment by Tracy Heyer | 19 October, 2009

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  72. I would get the Dish Dumpling because scrubbing pots isn’t easy for me

    Comment by Karen P. | 20 October, 2009

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  78. Love their Dish Dumpling because it is a chubby little nugget of sponge power and it makes removing even baked-on food kind of fun.
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  82. The most beneficial items for me would be the Dish Dumpling because I hate the little bits of sponge that fall of normally, at least this will be natural if i end up eating some lol!

    Comment by spamgirl | 20 October, 2009

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  100. I love the Dish Dumpling! First of all, cute name. Second of all, it looks like it could take a beating with dirty dishes. 3rd and best of all it’s biodegradeable! YAY! @katierysz

    Comment by Katie Rysz | 20 October, 2009

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  106. i dont use sponges because i feel like they collect a lot of germs, but after looking at this site i’m really wanting to try the Ravioli Scrubby!

    Comment by Amy | 21 October, 2009

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  108. I like the Ravioli Scrubby, it would be great for my Teflon pans.

    Comment by Kathy K | 22 October, 2009

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  110. I like the Blossom Sponges I would use’em for the bathroom & kitchen..

    Comment by Ms. T | 22 October, 2009

  111. the dish dumpler mverno@roadrunner.com

    Comment by susan varney | 22 October, 2009

  112. I am obsessive about clean sponges, so I would like to try the Naked Sponge.

    Comment by Lori | 22 October, 2009

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  115. Loofah Sponge is most benificial because it cleans food

    Comment by Linda Lansford | 22 October, 2009

  116. All the items on the site are appealing but Sponge Blossoms are my favorite.
    They’re small but when called upon they rise to the occasion. Thanks for the
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    Comment by Pat | 22 October, 2009

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  118. I like the Loofah Scrubby, it would be great for cleaning the pots and pans, thanks.

    Comment by David | 22 October, 2009

  119. the Ravioli Scrubber
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    messy bowls and plates!

    Comment by Erin K Mize | 22 October, 2009

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  123. I love that they wont scratch my cookware

    Comment by marge mckoen | 23 October, 2009

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  125. I would like the Loofah Scrubby for my grill.

    Comment by Kelly Ann T. | 23 October, 2009

  126. I would love to try the Ravioli Scrubber ! I need this so bad for my dirty stovetop. Thanks,A.Anderson

    Comment by annette anderson | 23 October, 2009

  127. The Loofah Scrubby sounds like a good tool for the kitchen when it comes to washing dishes that have food stuck to them.

    Comment by Ruby | 23 October, 2009

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  129. sponge blossoms are neat!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

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    Comment by Janna Johnson | 23 October, 2009

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  131. The Eurosponges would be very useful in my house, and they look nice, too.

    Comment by Carol Wolf | 24 October, 2009

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  136. I like Loofah Sponge for washing the dishes.

    Comment by Damla | 24 October, 2009

  137. 1) I’m an e-mail subscriber.

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  139. Their Sponge Blossoms look so cool, would love to try them! Thank you!

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  143. Loofah Scrubby b/c i can never get that hard baked stuff off!

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  144. I would love to try the Dish Dumpling,looks perfect for doing the dishes. I also would like the Bamboo cloth. Everything looks awesome and using all the products would be neat!
    Thanks

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  157. I would love to have the Loofah Scrubby because I cook alot with cheese and it would make my life soooo much easier!

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  160. I’d like to keep some Sponge Blossoms in my kitchen to clean up small messes.

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  161. i like the dish dumpling, it would help me with the dreaded “pots and pans” chore. thanks clallen at ntin dot net

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  174. the sponge blossoms look great. They don’t take up much room to store a few.

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  177. loofah! Great for cleaning dishes without scrubbing
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  197. I would love to try the Dish Dumpling b/c it would help me with all that difficult scrubbing.

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  206. I would most love to try the Dish Dumpling.
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  216. I’d like to try the dish dumpling.

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  221. I think I would like the dish dumpling best. I love that it is made of natural products as opposed to the one I normally use.

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  225. I like the ravioli scrubber. It looks cute, is versatile, and seems like it should last a a while.

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  226. I think the Ravioli Scrubby would be great because I make a lot of baked meals and this seems like it would help clean the messy baking pans.

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  228. I like the Sponge Cloths because I go through paper towels like crazy.

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  233. the loofah sponge cuz it looks like it might actually clean well…

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  234. Ravioli Scrubby beacause I could use it on pots and pans.

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  235. I like the Loofah Scrubby. It is something I would like and use often. Thank you

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  236. The The Bamboo cloth would be perfect for cleaning surfaces in general. Thanks!

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  237. The Bamboo cloth, would be helpfull in cleaning the bathroom

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  238. I would love to have the Loofah Scrubby for those tough jobs (the broiler pan, my oven, the barbecue, etc.)
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  240. I like the sponge blossoms because they’re small and easily storable when not in use! Thanks.

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  241. We cook things that usually have a lot of grease and stick to the pan, the dish dumpling would be great to have!

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  242. I had a chance to try some of these, really great for cleaning

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  243. I like the bamboo cloths because I clean houses for a living and the cloth can be used for wiping and dusting.

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  246. I think the Loofah Sponge, because I can’t stand the smell other sponges leave and I like how this one works.

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  252. The Sponge Cloth looks very handy! I’m always needing a towel to wipe up some kind of spill or other.

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  253. I like that the sponge blossoms take up so little space.

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  255. I’d love the ravioli scrubby for cleaning my pots and pans.

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  256. I like the scrubbys.

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  257. The loofah scrubby would help me tackle my crock pot cooked on messes!

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  262. I think the ravioli scrubby would be good for getting off all the baked on stuff from my baking dishes

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  263. The Loofah Sponge sounds great for washing sinks out and washing dishes.

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  275. The ravioli scrubby sounds like it would be really useful for cleanups.

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  276. I’d like to try the Dish Dumpling because we go through a lot of dishes in this house.

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  277. Sponge Cloth.. I am always cleaning.

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  278. I think the Loofah Scrubby would be most beneficial because it would help me smooth out the bottoms of my feet. Yes, I know these things are intended for the kitchen, but…

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  279. I love the Ravioli Scrubby because I need something to help me scrub my burnt food of my pans.

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  282. I could really use the Dish Dumpling , I hate scrubbing pots and this looks handy.

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  283. I think the Ravioli scrubbie would work great for my baked on caked on messes in the kitchen!

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  288. I like the Dish Dumpling best because it takes off the baked off stuff off casserole dishes. Thanks

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  299. the Sponge Blossoms I think they are an awesome invention

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  300. I think the bamboo cloths would be really helpful when I’m cleaning. They look cool.

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  301. I think the Loofah Sponge would be great around here, since we cook a lot and need some loofah scrubbing power! Thanks!

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  305. I would like the Ravioli Scrubby to get rid of baked on food.

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  307. I think the Ravioli Scrubby would be most beneficial to me because its cute shape would encourage me to actually use it. ;0D

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