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Black Diamond Granite Cleaner Review and Giveaway


The worst thing ever is to clean your home to a brilliant shine and oops! all the shiny surfaces are streaked. No matter how much you wipe, with some cleaners you can't get rid of that "hey look at me I was just cleaned (sort of)!" rainbow streak.  It's annoying.  And depressing.  Well, not with Black Diamond Granite Cleaner!  Seriously, it leaves NO streaks of any kind and marble, granite and tile are left with a clean clear and classy surface. Plus a big bonus, no rinsing required!

We tried out the Black Diamond Granite Cleaner on both shiny black granite tile as well as ceramic tile.  The pH neutral cleaner worked fantastic on both surfaces.  We were happy to learn that by using this cleaner, the factory finish is maintained and it will not harm any sealers.  It is also 100% biodegradable and safe for daily use on all your kitchen, bathroom and other counter tops and tiles like marble, travertine, limestone and quartz.  The scent is not overpowering or chemical-smelling at all, just lightly clean smelling.

Yep, I'm sold!  This cleaner is a keeper.  Now if I could only get a maid to come in the bottle.  Would you like to win your very own 32oz. bottle of Black Diamond Granite Cleaner?  Here's how!

The Giveaway portion of this post is now CLOSED.  Congrats to our winner..... Traci!!

Just follow these rules to enter the giveaway.  Be sure to leave your email in your comments if it isn't in your profile so we can find you if you win.  Thanks!  

MANDATORY ENTRY
*1) Visit Black Diamond's GetCleanersOnline.com and join their email list for special discounts, savings and coupons!  Sign up in the upper right-hand corner.

EARN EXTRA ENTRIES, complete as many or as few as you like:
*2)  Like @BrilliantSR8 on Twitter.  Leave a comment and include your twitter name. 
*3)  Follow @ArtsyChaos on Twitter.  Leave a comment and include your twitter name.
*4)  Like Black Diamond on Facebook.  Leave a comment with your facebook name (first name, last initial). 
*5)  Like the Artsy Chaos Facebook fan page.  Leave a comment and include your facebook name.
*6)  Follow Artsy Chaos with Google Friend Connect (in the right sidebar--->).  Let us know you follow.
*7)  Tweet this giveaway.  Leave the URL to your tweet!  You can tweet once daily if you'd like, just come back and leave a comment to let us know.  Or, if you'd prefer, share on facebook or another social networking site. Just leave the URL in a comment and let us know (once daily).

Sample tweet:
#WIN Black Diamond STREAK-FREE Cleaner!! @ArtsyChaos @BrilliantSR8 http://tinyurl.com/3foq2bd #giveaway #green

Good luck to everyone! 

Giveaway ends June17, 2011 at 11:59 pm MST.  Be sure to leave your email or  have it in your blogger profile so we can find you if you win.  Open to the US only, 18+.  Winner will be selected by a true random generator.  Winner must respond to winning email in 48  hours or a new winner will be selected.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com created by WebBizIdeas.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Tomoson Product reviewgiveaway Disclosure.   &
This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook and/or Twitter.

Comments

Traci said…
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com

Signed up for mandatory email ;)
Traci said…
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com


already a fan..

"liked you on facebook"
Traci said…
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com

"following" you on twitter!
Traci said…
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com

"following" brilliantSR8 on twitter!
Traci said…
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com

subscribed to goggle friend connect
Traci said…
Sorry I forgot to put my twitter name: trpaol

Thanks,
Traci
justsmileandwave.paoli@gmail.com
Amy K said…
Have tried for a couple days to sign up for their email. When I enter my address it says Server Error. Hope this still counts :)

akkauz at hotmail dot com
Amy K said…
follow @BrilliantSR8 0n twitter @AKAuz
akkauz at hotmail dot com
Amy K said…
follow you on twitter @AKauz
akkauz at hotmail dot com
Amy K said…
tweet
http://twitter.com/#!/AKauz/status/81685442898034689
akkauz at hotmail dot com
Amy K said…
gfc follower
akkauz at hotmail dot com
Amy K said…
(Not an entry...just a follow up to my required entry)
I finally received an email confirmation that my email sign up with thru. Thanks !!
janetfaye said…
I subscribed to Black Diamond's Email list.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com
Anna h said…
Hi I am a newsletter subscriber to Black Diamond's GetCleanersOnline.com
frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna Rietsch said…
I follow
Brilliant Lenses on twitter

shakerheights06 - twitter
frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna Rietsch said…
I follow Wendy Artsy Chaos
@ArtsyChaos on twitter - shakerheights06

frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna said…
I like Black Diamond on Facebook
frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna Rietsch said…
I like Artsy Chaos on Facebook
Anna Rietsch
frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna Rietsch said…
I follow you via GFC
frugalshakerheights at gmail dot com
Anna RIetsch said…
I tweeted
https://twitter.com/#!/shakerHeights06/status/81928013473775617

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