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Ever Bamboo Natural Bamboo Charcoal Products Review and #Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

        You know, I have always been very big on how my home smells.  I don't know if it comes from the fact that my mom always had candles burning throughout our home growing up or the fact that I inherited my sensitive nose from my father.  Either way, I started by burning candles constantly when I lived in my first apartment (and then later my first home).  Then, once I had kids, candles became a rarity and only up high and I opted for other alternatives.  This was all of course before I learned about the green friendly options available as well!


        What a lot of people don't realize (including myself in the beginning), is that most air freshening items don't actually destroy the odors.  They only mask them temporarily and even some can contain potentially hazardous chemicals.  As much as I like the pleasant smells of most air fresheners, I also want to get rid of the bad smells not just cover them up.

        Not only am I sick of having my litter box in my bedroom and all the smells that come along with it but the new house we are purchasing has that musty smell in the finished basement.  So I recently started looking into different "smell" options and fixes.  This is how I discovered Ever Bamboo - an all natural bamboo charcoal.

        "Bamboo charcoal is produced from the rapidly growing moso bamboo. It has countless tiny holes that give the resulting bamboo charcoal its revolutionary abilities as both a deodorizer and dehumidifier."  Ever Bamboo offers a variety of products which can deoderize and dehumidify a wide range of places and articles.  I was sent over a few items to try including their Large Room Deodorizer + Dehumidifier, Drawer Packets, and the HEI Bamboo Charcoal Face + Body Bar.

        All products are unscented and recyclable which you know I love!  With the bamboo packets, you can easily mix the spent charcoal granules into your garden soil or planters and it is safe for both the plants and you.  You can even recharge the charcoal packets to extend their shelf life up to a year by placing them in the sun (on your deck or table outside) every 30-60 days.

     We put the Large Room deoderizer in our master bedroom/bathroom to help with the litter box smells while we are in the process of moving and plan to use it in the basement in the next month at the new house.  We thought this worked just fine as we noticed no smell from the bag of charcoal and a reduction in the smell coming from the litter box!

        The drawer packets have been placed into a few of our drawers that always seem to carry and hold any musty smells on our clothes from the washer.  And finally I used the face bar every few days to wash my face which was weird at first because the bar is essentially black which takes some getting used to.  However the charcoal seemed to pull out impurities better than regular soap while leaving my face quite soft.  I didn't feel like I had a build up OR after washing feeling squeeky/dry.  This felt great!

Available to Purchase/Cost: $9.99 Drawer Packet http://everbamboo.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/bamboo-charcoal-drawer-deodorizer
$14.99 HEI Bamboo Charcoal Face + Body Bar (2 Pack) http://everbamboo.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/hei-bamboo-charcoal-face-body-bar-60g
$19.99 Large Room Deodorizer + Dehumidifier http://everbamboo.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/bamboo-charcoal-room-deodorizer-500g
Coupon Code: 20% off for orders over $20 online by entering coupon code "purifybynature" (expires on Feb 15, 2014).
Recommendation:  Depending on your need for air freshening (and beauty), I would recommend giving these a try.  If you aren't one who loves the over powering smells of candles or outlet plugins then this is for you!  Although some of these products can be considered a little on the pricey side, I think they are well worth the cost since you are using something which is not only natural but can be used longer AND is recyclable after your done with it in a way to use it for something else!
Facebook: Ever Bamboo 
Twitter: @everbamboo

Giveaway:  Ever Bamboo is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a 4 pack gift set including the Shoe Deodorizer, Mini Deodorizer + Dehumidifier, Closet Deodorizer + Dehumidifier, Room Deodorizer + Dehumidifier to try of their own!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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70 comments:

  1. I would say wet socks that dried under covers (not hangged)

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  2. My worse smell is my son's boots after work..
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  3. rotten food or animals is the worst

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  4. The worst smell is my teenage son's socks!

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  5. Well........a 2 day old dead skunk on the highway!

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  6. Kitchen garbage in the heat of the summer when you threw away a raw chicken package a few days before.....ugh!

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  7. There's nothing quite like a rotting potato.

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  8. The worst smell would be the old, sweaty smelly shoes!!!

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  9. I would like to try this product also and see if it works

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  10. Oh the worst is a full chocolate milk bottle left in the car for a couple days ;(

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  11. MY SOCKS & WALKING SNEAKERS. NO MATTER HOW OFTEN I WASH
    THE SNEAKERS I HAVE TO LEAVE THEM OUTSIDE.
    jimpat34@wowway.com

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  12. I despise the smell of rotten food!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  13. My wet dog stinks!!

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  14. Old Gym Sneakers is the worst smell to me!

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  15. Morning breath and rotten veg. like potatoes or onions they are the worst!!

    Nothing on here needs to be fixed !!

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  16. Rotten food smells horrible!

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  17. A tupperware container forgotten in the back of the fridge for a few months smells really rank!

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  18. cat pea is the worst smell.
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  19. Oh in a house of men, boys dogs and babies there is such a list! Probably the worst is the morning poo after chili night for my little guy!

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  20. Some of the worse smells in my travels are the privies along the Appalachian Trail.

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  21. anything that involves the word moist. can you think of anything pleasant with a moist smell?

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. Football player gear is the worst after practice.

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  23. Having a baby who just started solids, I would have to go with the, ah, side-effects of broccoli. For that matter, steaming the broccoli in the first place smells horrific! All day it lingers!

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  24. Ugh....stale sweat...like finding a sweaty shirt that's been sitting in a gym bag for a few days...yuck.

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  25. Wet clothes and rotten food are the worst smells.

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  26. Sour milk is the worst smell ever

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  27. For me, it's cabbage boiling, mushroom soup, and rotten potatoes. Now, there's a nasty odor menu for you.

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  28. worst smell is rotten food in the garbage disposal

    JOSEPH GERSCH

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  29. Stale cigarette smoke and rotten food are the worst smells!

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  30. A dead mouse is pretty bad. I had one die behind my fridge once.

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  31. Food that is spoiled is the worst to me.

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  32. Teenage boys rooms, moldy things and hard boiled eggs

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  33. the cat litter boxes or rotten potatoes are the worst

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  34. My cat after puking up fishy smellying wet food! Yuck!

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  35. People's hair and body odor, poop, feet, and rotten meat Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  36. I lovethe giveaways and the shamrocks on the side Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  37. My husband's clothes after he's worked on the farm all day :)

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  38. when someone throws up is the worst ever

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  39. The worst smells are oranges in the bottom of a bowl that have gone bad.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  40. I would say a bathroom with mildew and kitty litter and dirty toilet smell.

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  41. I'm a hunter and fisher and some of the things we use for bait are pretty awful. Catfish bait is bad

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  42. Frozen rotten potatoes that find their way into your house to thaw out! WOW!!

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  43. A sippy cup that was lost for a few days that had milk in it is the worst.

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  44. Keeping the stinking garbage can with a clean smell.

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  45. The bathroom after my guy's done in there

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  46. Oh, I have a list: kid shoes, meat trays in the trash and the catbox.

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  47. The worst odor in my house is stinky pets and litter boxes.

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  48. the smell of linen coming out of the dryer

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  49. The kids wet tennis shoes are pretty bad.

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  50. My hubbys steel toe boots, after he spends 10-12 hours in them at the shipyard!!

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  51. I can stand most things. Skunk is the one smell that makes me ill

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  52. Milk that has been aged over a year. Never again.

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  53. Mold and mildew are quite awful! Especially in food! Thanks so much for the chances to win.

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  54. The worst smell for me are old rotten boiled eggs.

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