The Smell of Clean is Worth the Change #CambiateaPineSol

Cambiate A Pine-Sol

I don’t know about you but I love a good giveaway — especially when it includes a free trip. That’s why I am happy to help spread the word about Pine-Sol’s newest sweepstakes, “Cambiate a Pine-Sol Sweepstakes.” The Grand Prize is a VIP trip for two (2) to the People en Español Festival in San Antonio, TX from 8/31/2013 – 9/1/2013.

You are automatically entered for the grand prize when you enter daily for a chance to win People en Español subscriptions which will be awarded weekly through the month of June. Make sure you enter daily by visiting for your chance at winning.

I’m also happy to spread the word about their contest because I trust Pine-Sol when it comes to cleaning my home. The original scent reminds me of the time when I was a child, watching my mother clean practically everything from the floors, the walls to the kitchen and the bathroom. It was (and still is) a product my mother used for many years. And now that I have children of my own, I trust and use Pine-Sol for all of my cleaning needs. I’ve tried other scents Pine-Sol has to offer like Lemon Fresh and Lavender Clean and while they all smell divine (and clean & disinfect alike), I always come back to the original scent. It’s what I’m used to and what I continue to clean my home with.

Pine-Sol Cleaning Bottles

What I love about Pine-Sol is that it comes in a wide array of fresh fragrances. All Pine-Sol cleaners eliminate dirt and grime, and leave your home smelling fresh and clean. Providing a deep, clean smell that you can see, smell and touch, Pine-Sol Cleaners are everything you need. Friends and family will feel the power of Pine-Sol once they walk into your home.

I dare you to take the time to experience the power of clean with Pine-Sol products and discover how its powerful smell can help transform your home. Trust me when I say you’d want to switch your cleanser to Pine-Sol. Not only because of the wonderful scents that are available but because it will leave your home disinfected and sparkling clean. To me, the smell of clean is worth the change.

For more easy and effective cleaning tips that will help transform your home, be sure to visit

Translation: Cambiate (Change) A (To)

Remember, enter the Pine-Sol sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip for two (2) to the 2013 People en Español Festival presented by Target. There will also be FOUR weekly winners of a free six month subscription to People en Espanol. Visit www.

There are two ways you can enter:

1. Enter online at **
2. Mail a postcard, including name and complete address to: Cambiate a Pine-Sol Sweepstakes, c/o The US Sweepstakes & Fulfillment Co., 625 Panaorma trail, Suite 2100, Rochester, NY 14625

**Limited to one online entry per person or email address per day.

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Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Pine-Sol Latino. However, all opinions expressed are my own.


  1. Claudine Sweet says:

    I’ve tried vinegar and baking soda and coke and borax and every combination. Vanilla seems like a really expensive cleaning agent. I can’t believe I am wishing for that diesel smell I originally had. The PineSol smell persists… next solution?

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