#FallTips Twitter Party Today from 3 – 4 pm ET with @MomCentral

This afternoon, I’ll be co-hosting the Whirlpool & affresh #FallTips Twitter Party, and I can’t wait! We’ll talk about how a seasonal changeover affects organization and cleaning tasks. And, of course, there will be prizes!

Here are the Party Details:

What: #FallTips Twitter Partyaffresh
When: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 from 3:00-4:00PM EST
Hashtag: #FallTips
Moderator: @MomCentral
Assistant Moderators: @DadCentral, @angievinez
Guests: @KitchenSci

Prizes: In total, eight people will win an Amazon Gift Code and affresh prize pack. There will be two winners before the party and six winners during the party.
How do you win before the party even starts? Anyone who tweets this from now until the #FallTips Twitter Party will be eligible to win one of two affresh prize packs.

For more information about the party, read this post from MomCentral.

Don’t know what a twitter party is or how to play along? Click here: What is a Twitter Party?

Hope to see you there this afternoon!




Affresh Follow-Up: 1 Month Later

affreshIt’s been about a month since I last posted about my experience with Affresh® Dishwasher Cleaner. I have been asked to post a follow-up and give my readers my thoughts and opinions about the product and see if I still recommend it.

Well, I can tell you: I certainly do still recommend it.

I did notice that toward the end of the month after using the Affresh, that the generic dishwashing detergent didn’t work as well anymore, and I had to switch back to the good stuff. But, immediately after I used the Affresh for the second time, everything went back to the way it was before: any kind of detergent worked really well on getting even the nastiest dishes clean.

And I’ve gotta say it again: Affresh Dishwasher and Disposal Cleaner makes my whole house smell amazing when it runs through the dishwasher. I just love it. Even if it didn’t work as well as it did, I’m pretty sure I’d buy it just to get that clean, fresh smell that lasts all day. 🙂

Because we don’t have a disposal, the pack (that costs just $5.99!) lasts me for 3 months. I think I can handle such a small price to pay when it’s saving me oodles of money in dishwasher detergent, and it’s keeping me from needing to run my dishwasher over and over and over again just to get the dishes clean.

I love how easy it is to use, and I would highly recommend it to anyone that owns a dishwasher. It has made a huge difference around here, and I actually love doing the dishes now!

Have you tried Affresh Dishwasher and Disposal Cleaner? What are your thoughts?

Remember: You can purchase Affresh at retailers nationwide including Sears, Best Buy, Lowe’s, Kroger and Food Lion, and www.affresh.com. The Affresh® tablets are also available via a subscription through the Web site to help consumers save time and money – which is an awesome idea, and a way to make sure you keep those odors from coming back. At just $5.99 for a package of 6 tablets (that’s a 2 – 3 month supply!), the affresh tablets are an excellent value for your money.

Disclaimer: I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of affresh and received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.