Hard water can be tough on your home, your skin and your wallet. Find out if you have hard water with a FREE Hard Water Test Strip from Whirlpool. This freebie will be available while supplies last.
Do I have hard water? Do I need a water softener? Morton Salt will send you a FREE water test strip to help you find out if you have any hard water issues. Just run the test strip under water to evaluate your water hardness. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
Those living in Washington DC metro area can request FREE poison help materials. These include magnets, stickers, tip cards, brochures and posters. This offer will be available while supplies last.
Aqua Science is offering a FREE well water test kit to determine whether or not your water needs treatment. Testing includes pH, TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), Hardness, Iron, Iron Bacteria, Manganese, Copper, Nitrates, Sulfides, and Tannins. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
The Energy Trust of Oregon is giving away FREE Energy Saver Kits with products to help you reduce utility costs. This offer is available to Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista customers for a limited time only.
Illumination Nation is a sampling program recently launched by Kichler to get some of their newest products in your hands in exchange for your honest reviews. As a program member, you will be periodically invited to select lighting and ceiling fan products for your trial at no cost to you. Click here to sign up.
Fill out the form here for a chance to test FREE kitchen, bathroom, wine and other household products. This offer will be available until 6/8/17 or until all the available spots have been filled. Those selected will be asked to provide a shipping address via an emailed form when this promotion is completed.
Enter the Garden Tool Set Sweepstakes to receive FREE set of five T-Tag Plant Markers. Make sure the check the “free gift” box at the bottom of the form. Offer is good through 5/31/17 or while supplies last.