Moxie Infographic 3.28.14As an Eco conscious mom, I’m always looking for ways to stretch the all mighty dollar. With laundry detergent, you don’t want to scrimp when it comes to quality. Children are notorious for getting stains. Luckily there’s Tide Coldwater Clean. As a family of 8, we’re doing laundry often. We’re going to select three winners to get a 10oz bottle to try for themselves. Enter by posting a comment with how you save on your laundry bill. Winner will be drawn June 1st 2014 on our Facebook page.

The scientists are P&G provided these facts to help us understand the impact of using cold water for washing laundry.
If everyone in the U.S. washed in cold water, the energy saved:
Could power the Empire State Building for 444 years.
Is equivalent to the energy produced at the Hoover Dam for 4 years.
Could power the streetlights of the “City that Never Sleeps” (New York) for 71 years.
If a household switched to cold water washing for a year, they would save enough energy to:
Watch TV for 1,363 hours.
Play Xbox 360 for 684 hours.
Charge an iPhone 4S 30,861 times.
Power an average new refrigerator for nearly 4 months.
By switching to cold water washing, Americans could reduce CO2 emissions by up to 11 million metric tons annually. By switching to cold water washing, consumers can save energy in a smart, practical way and save up to $63 per year. –Laundry. Review

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post but I did receive a sample product for review, however all opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own.

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