~Skoy Cloth Review and Giveaway~

I try my best to decrease my carbon footprint on the earth.  I always have twice as much recycling as I do trash, I use cloth diapers and wipes, and cloth napkins.  I know there are a few other things I can do, and using less paper towels is one thing I’ve been working on.  That’s why I was excited to try Skoy Cloth!  Skoy cloth is made from 100% natural cotton and wood-pulp cellulose.  It’s chlorine free, non-toxic and best of all reusable!


I received a package from Skoy and was pleased that the packaging was minimal.  Just a tie around the cloth and a card explaining the use and care.   Skoy cloth comes in a package of assorted colors which are made using water-based inks.  I have been using Skoy cloth for everything!  Here’s how I used it in my kitchen:

Washing dishes, wiping countertops, cleaning the microwave, andcleaning my stainless steel appliances

Skoy cloth is easy to use, and so much better than a paper towel!  You wet the cloth before using it and squeeze out the excess water.  Now, you would think wetting it, it wouldn’t be absorbent, or it would leave streaks, but it doesn’t!  I usually use paper towels to clean mirrors and windows, so I thought I’d try cleaning my bathroom mirror with Skoy cloth.  I think the pictures tell it all!  I wet the Skoy cloth, sprayed the mirror with homemade glass cleaner, wiped it with the Skoy cloth, then let it dry!  Voila!  Clean mirror, no streaks, and no fuzzies from a paper towel!
Dirty mirror (eww, gross!)

Clean mirror (yay!)

So here’s the good part!  Skoy cloth sent me an extra set to giveaway!  Here’s how to enter!

MANDATORY ENTRY: **CLOSED**
Must be a public follower of Chase’s View on Google Friend Connect- leave me your email in the comment if it is not easily accessible through your profile.  
Go to the Skoy website and tell me something you learned! 

EXTRA ENTRIES (leave a comment for each entry):
Tell me how you would use Skoy cloth (worth 1 entry)
Like Chase’s view on facebook (worth 2 entries)
Follow Chase’s View on twitter (worth 1 entry)
Grab my button and place it on your blog (worth 2)

Giveaway will end Friday 3/4/2011 11:59PM CST
Winner will be chosen via random.org
Winner will be notified via email and have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen

34 comments:

Abbie said...

Love that this is a product made by moms! Moms that are using their time at home while their kids are at school to help their families and the rest of us.
So great.
Following with GFC.

Abbie said...

I think these would live in my bathrooms. I seem to only use paper towels in those areas anymore!

Abbie said...

Liked on Facebook entry #1.

Abbie said...

Liked on FB entry #2.

Abbie said...

Following on Twitter. @alenlund

Melissa said...

I am a GFC follower, Melissa Harris. I went to their website and was amazed to know that 1 Skoy cloth is equal to 15 rolls of Paper Towels. Plus I can clean it in my dishwasher! maeg.harris(at)gmail(dot)com.

Melissa said...

I would use it to clean the kitchen, bathrooms, my car, anywhere that I would normaly use a papertowel or any other rag.
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Melissa said...

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I grabbed you button:) ~!

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I grabbed you button:) ~2
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Saving Mama said...

I follow you on GFC (staciefrost). I love that this is made my MOMS!! Thanks for entering me!
Stacie
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Saving Mama said...

If I win, I would use my Skoy cloth in my bathrooms and kitchen! Thanks for entering me!
Stacie
savingmama at live dot com

Saving Mama said...

I like Chase's view on facebook (Stacie Dennis Frost). Thanks for entering me!
Stacie
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Saving Mama said...

#2 I like Chase's View on facebook (Stacie Dennis Frost). Thanks for entering me!
Stacie
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Saving Mama said...

I follow you on Twitter (@savingmama42). Thanks for entering me!
Stacie
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Saving Mama said...

I posted your button on my blog! Thanks for entering me! http://showmethedeal.blogspot.com/
Stacie
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Saving Mama said...

I posted your button on my blog! Thanks for entering me! http://showmethedeal.blogspot.com/
Stacie
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shala_darkstone said...

Hi, I learned that after a SKOY cloth has passed its prime, it can be used as a rag for heavier cleaning.
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shala_darkstone said...

I'd use the Skoy cloth mainly in the kitchen to clean the counters.
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shala_darkstone said...

I like Chase’s view on facebook (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
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shala_darkstone said...

I like Chase’s view on facebook (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
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shala_darkstone said...

I follow Chase’s View on twitter (@shala_darkstone).
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Madeline said...

I follow you on GFC and learned you can use them with household cleaners - I had no idea.

madelinemiller at gmail dot com

Madeline said...

I would use Skoy cloth all over my house for cleaning! I have the worst time getting my counters to not have a film on them - maybe this would do it.

madelinemiller at gmail dot com

Madeline said...

I like you on Facebook (Madeline Doms Miller).

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Madeline said...

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Madeline said...

I follow you on Twitter (@MadelineMiller).

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