Saturday, 21 May 2016

Ecoegg Review & Giveaway

As a family of 6 our washing machine and dryer are constantly running, I spend about £240 per year on washing detergent! I have been trying out the Ecoegg laundry egg and dryer egg to see how they compare to my normal detergent. Ecoegg have just won the prestigious Queens Award of Enterprise for 2016.
We were sent the 210 wash spring blossom laundry egg, this should last roughly a year, priced at £9.99 it will save me over £230 per year. The egg comes in 2 pieces with 2 different types of pellets, tormalline ceramic pellets which weaken the adhesive forces between dirt & fabric and mineral pellets that naturally ionize the oxygen in the water. This penetrates into the fabric and lifts away the dirt and grime. I liked that the ecoegg locks in posrotin, so there in no chance that the pellets will come out. The ecoegg is suitable for washes up to 60 degrees and you must remove the egg when the cycle has finished to allow the pellets to dry. Our washing came out spotless and the spring blossom scent is really nice, not to strong. After about 72 washes you need to add a new packet of the white pellets as they naturally wear down, the grey pellets will last the whole 210 washes. You can also buy pellet refills for £7.99, so you can keep using your ecoegg forever. The Ecoegg is supported by allergy UK and the national eczema society, so perfect if like my children you have sensitive skin.
The spring blossom dryer eggs are the ideal partner for the laundry egg and they can reduce your drying time by up to 28% The dryer eggs are just £9.99 and come with 2 lots of the fragrance sticks so you can change them part way through use. You just need to push a fragrance stick inside of the dryer egg. The eggs works together to speed up drying time, soften your clothes and fragrance your laundry. I tested out the drying time of a normal load, which I would need to dry for around 1 hour and they were dry within 45 minutes. The fragrance on the clothing is really nice too. You can by fragrance stick refills so you can keep on using your dryer eggs.

I think these are a fab idea and they can save you lots of money without compromising on your wash quality. Would you like to win a washer and dryer egg for yourself? Just fill out the widget below and do take a moment to read the terms and conditions before entering.
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3 comments:

  1. David John Evans3 June 2016 at 22:23

    These are outstandingly amazing, can't fault them have saved loads of money on not having to buy washing powder.

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