Take the Scott Naturals 4 Week Test Drive! Go Green and Win Scott Naturals Product and a Ford Fusion Hybrid Sedan!!!

5:12 AM Posted by Kimberly@PrettyPinkMomma

As you know April is Earth Month!  Earth Month is a time to for everyone to reevaluate what they  can do in their everyday lives that overall can make a huge impact on the preservation of our planet.  I must admit that my family and I could make some improvements when it comes to going green.  Over the next 4 weeks we will be taking the Scott Naturals 4 Week Challenge.  During the challenge my family will be using the Scott Naturals hybrid paper products which include: bath tissue, paper towels, napkins and flushable wipes.

Scott Naturals Launch Story

According to a recent poll, one third of consumers believe eco-friendly products don’t work as well as “regular” ones. That’s why Scott Naturals is on a mission to get people to rethink their notion of environmentally friendly products. As the world’s first line of “hybrid” paper products, including bath tissue, paper towels, flushable moist wipes and napkins, the Scott Naturals brand combines the green benefits of recycled fiber with the quality people want, making it easy to take a green step forward. If every American pledged to use Scott Naturals for four weeks, it would save two million trees. Starting on April 4, as part of the “Take the 4-Week Test Drive Sweepstakes,” Scott Naturals began challenging Americans to test out its line of hybrid paper products for four weeks and enter for a chance to win a new hybrid sedan.

The Scott Naturals Pledge

Between April 4 and September 30 you can go to www.ScottBrand.com/Naturals and make the pledge to participate in the 4 Week Test Drive.

By taking the pledge you are automatically entered for a chance to win a Ford Fusion Hybrid Sedan!

Check out this sweet ride that could possibly be yours just by taking the Scott Naturals Pledge!

National Wildlife Federation Partnership
As part of the 4 Week Challenge promotion Scott Naturals has partnered with the National Wildlife Federation and will be making a donation of up to $25,000 in support of the NWF.  

Here's how it works:
Please take advantage of Facebook and Twitter, you can use the #ScottNaturals or #ScottTestDrive hashtag, to share this link with everyone you know so that we can reach our goal of a $25,000 donation to the National Wildlife Federation


Easy Tips for Going Green

In celebration of the Scott Naturals 4 Week Challenge each week I will be blogging about a different green theme.  This week I have chosen the theme Easy Tips for Going Green.  I especially thought that this topic was a great choice because my family and I are looking to make some small changes that can make a big difference.  I spent some time researching easy tips for going green and I came up with a list of tips that I felt were fantastic ways to go green that will seamlessly fit in with your everyday life.  Without further ado here they are:

  • Shop for paper products made from recycled fibers.  By purchasing products made of recycled fibers it reduces the virgin fiber demand.  This will result in reduced tree harvesting, which saves 17 trees per ton of recycled fiber.   
  • Bring your own reusable bags with you when you go grocery shopping.  There are lots of great compact bags that you can carry with you in your purse and only pull them out if you need them.  They quickly fold up and aren't much bigger than the size of a coin purse.
  • Unplug electronics and appliances when not in use.  Electronics and appliances use power even when they are turned off.  By unplugging the electronics not in use you can save power and money!
  • Shop at locally owned markets and buy organically grown meats, dairy and produce.  By buying from local markets not only are you supporting your local farmer but because the products are retained locally it saves fuel on transport of products to the markets.  Also, when buying organic no pesticides are used, therefore less energy is used.  Not to mention they are healthier for you.
  • Don't buy bottled water.  Bottled water is a waste in many ways.  The plastic bottles are made from polyethylene, which comes from petroleum, a non-renewable resource.  Each plastic bottle also requires water to cool it down during the process of its creation.  A large percentage of plastic water bottles are not recycled so they end up filling our landfills.  Instead of bottled water you could purchase a water filter and drink filtered tap water in a reusable water bottle.  
  • Recycle.  By now most everyone has access to a recycling center.  It only takes a quick second to rinse out an item that can be recycled and put in your recycling bin.  If your garbage service doesn't provide this service you can store recyclable items in a container and take them to your local recycling center.
  • Re-Use.  Many items that we use everyday can be re-purposed or re-used.  For example, plastic tubs of margarine can be used to store art supplies or children's craft supplies.  Many items can serve other purposes if you take the time to think about it.
  • Learn about Free Cycling.  Free Cycling is a popular trend that is taking over.  Instead of taking old items to the dump you can place an ad for free with many local free cycling online classifieds.  There are online services dedicated to free cycling.  Another option is placing an ad on Craigslist for others to find your free items.  Its like they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure!  Free cycling helps to keep our landfills from filling up with items that still have some life left to give.
  • Start composting.  Composting is also great option now available in most areas through the local garbage service.  By combining food scraps, coffee grounds, greasy food containers, etc with your yard waste it saves on what is going into the landfill.  Plus it creates a useful product from organic waste.  There are great benefits to using compost like enriching the soil, remediating contaminated soil and it prevents pollution.
  • Use energy saving lightbulbs.  Using energy saving light bulbs not only reduces the amount of electricity that you use but it also helps keep your electric bill lower.
  • Collect rainwater to water your plants with.  Indoor plants definitely need to be watered but you can save water by gathering rainwater in a bucket or pail and then using the rainwater to water the plants.
  • Pay bills online and opt to receive electronic statements via email.  By doing this you can significantly reduce the waste of paper in the process.  This not only reduces the waste of paper but the fuel it takes to deliver the paper mail or statement to you.

    If you have any other simple and easy tips for going green I would love to hear more ideas.  Please leave a comment with your ideas and they may be featured in a future post.


    Win It!

    In celebration of Earth Month and the Scott Naturals hybrid paper products, Scott Naturals is offering one Scott Naturals kit to a Pretty Pink Momma reader each week over the next four weeks!  Each kit includes Scott Naturals Tissue, Scott Naturals Towels, Scott Naturals Napkins and Scott Naturals Flushable Wipes. 

    How to Enter:   GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED Visit www.ScottBrand.com/Naturals and take the pledge to participate in the Scott Naturals 4 Week Challenge.  Comment back on this post telling me that you took the pledge and also please leave one of your easy tips for going green.

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    *I received a Scott Naturals 4 Week Test Drive kit for review and a stipend from TheMotherhood.com and Scott Naturals for my participation in this 4 week promotion. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.  Please refer to my disclosure policy or email me if you have any questions.*
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    1. ky2here said...

      I'd already taken the pledge. Turn off the water while showering so you can soap without the water rinsing too quickly. You'll clean yourself more efficiently and save plenty of water.

      ky2here at msn dot com

    2. ky2here said...

      I also clicked the URL.

      ky2here at msn dot com

    3. ky2here said...

      Here's my first tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/ky2here1/status/57743754848780288

      ky2here at msn dot com

    4. ky2here said...

      And my second tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/ky2here1/status/57743990950342656

      ky2here at msn dot com

    5. Jackie said...

      I also clicked on the link
      jackievillano at gmail dot com

    6. Anonymous said...



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    8. AbstractRose said...

      I took the pledge and the link you have didn't work. This one might http://www.scottbrand.com/community/landing/

      I could go greener by shredding my junk mail into the compost bin that I have for gardening. Yeah, and it would feed the worms too.

    9. tatertot374 said...

      I took the pledge and my best tip is to leave the totes in the car for shopping
      thank you

    10. traciet said...

      I took the pledge! I always use cloth rags instead of paper towels! tracietrump@yahoo.com

    11. traciet said...

      Clicked on the link! tracietrump@yahoo.com

    12. Anja M. said...

      I took the pledge and my best tip is to use tupperware or plastic containers instead of plastic bags.

      anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

    13. Anja M. said...

      I clicked on the URL.

      anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

    14. Anja M. said...

      I shared on Twitter. @anjathisandthat

      Click here to see my tweet.

      anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

    15. Anja M. said...

      I shared the unique URL on Twitter. @anjathisandthat

      Click here to see my tweet.

      anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

    16. Kiara said...

      I took the pledge. My tip is to wash your laundry in cold water.

    17. Ashley said...

      I took the pledge. My tip is to always turn off the lights when you leave the room.

      hewella1 at gmail dot com

    18. Ashley said...

      I clicked the url.

      hewella1 at gmail dot com

    19. scarlette10 said...

      I took pledge and we no longer use water bottles but have re-useable bottles

    20. melsywsou said...

      I took the pledge. We make sure that most of our cleaning products are natural.

    21. Andrea said...

      I took the pledge! We go green by making our own cleaning products using baking soda, vinegar, and water!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    22. Andrea said...

      I clicked on the URL http://www.ScottBrand.com/4WeekTestDrive!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    23. Andrea said...

      Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58015167740526592
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    24. Andrea said...

      Donation tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58015303849877506
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    25. sohamolina said...

      took pledge
      tip: recycle

    26. sohamolina said...

      clicked on this URL http://www.ScottBrand.com/4WeekTestDrive

    27. sohamolina said...


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    29. crystletellerday said...

      i took the pledge and i recycle crystletellerday@yahoo.com

    30. sohamolina said...


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    32. Andrea said...

      Contest Tweet!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    33. Andrea said...

      Donation Tweet!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    34. PAIGE said...

      I took the Pledge. Our family will only use Green light bulbs.

    35. Jessica said...

      I took the pledge. My tip is to walk or ride your bike whenever possible
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    36. Jessica said...

      I clicked on the link
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    37. Jessica said...

      I tweeted
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    38. Jessica said...

      I tweeted the donation link
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    39. littlelatina said...

      enter me thanks

    40. sksweeps said...

      I took the pledge. My easy tip for going green is to get a small worm composter and put all your green kitchen scraps in to make good worm compost!

    41. sohamolina said...


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    43. BethElderton said...

      I took the pledge and I use my reusable shopping bags everywhere, not just the grocery store.
      bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

    44. Jessica said...

      4/14 daily giveaway tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    45. Jessica said...

      4/14 daily donation tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    46. Andrea said...

      Contest Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58633986024554497
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    47. Andrea said...

      Donation Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58634139586400256
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    48. Jessica said...

      4/15 daily giveaway tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    49. Jessica said...

      4/15 daily donation tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    50. sohamolina said...


    51. Andrea said...

      Contest Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58940515198046208
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    52. Andrea said...

      Donation Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/ampaetka/status/58940662657204224
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    53. Anonymous said...

      took the pledge.
      and I agree with you - bottled water is such a waste in every way - my other big pet peeve - please pick up after your dogs when you walk them!

    54. s8r8l33 said...

      I took the pledge and I wash all my laundry in cold water.
      s8r8l33 at yahoo dot com

    55. s8r8l33 said...

      I also clicked the URL

    56. s8r8l33 said...

      tweeted #1

    57. s8r8l33 said...

      tweeted #2

    58. Jessica said...

      4/16 daily giveaway tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    59. Jessica said...

      4/16 daily donation tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    60. Erica C. said...

      I took the pledge! An easy tip for going green is bringing your own bags to the grocery store.

    61. sohamolina said...


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    63. purplelover04 said...

      took the pledge and i use a water saver shower head .

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    65. Anonymous said...

      I've pledged.

      My tip for going green is to not be a scardey cat by listening to everything that companies tell you to sell you stuff. Use hand towels instead of paper towels. Use cloth napkins and handkercheifs instead of paper napkins and kleenex... there was nothing wrong with reusing things before, why does everything need to be single use now!??! Germs? Get serious...

    66. Bohemian Gypsy said...

      I took the pledge. Pyrex glass bowls with lids make nice containers for left overs, instead of using plastic ones. It's better for you and the environment and the glass bowls can be washed safely in a dish washer.

    67. Alicia said...

      Took the pledge. I do my best to plan out my shopping trips so I can make a loop rather than doing a lot of back & forth.

      Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

      bloggyig at gmail dot com

    68. Nancy said...

      I took the pledge. All those facts were enlightening! My tip is to find new uses for old items so they don't end up in a landfill.

      nancymeyer1 at gmail dot com

    69. Kitty Cardero said...

      I took the pledge. My green tip is to wash your clothes in cold water only.

    70. Kitty Cardero said...

      clicked on the URL

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    73. Aisling said...

      I took the pledge and my tip is to remember to take your reusable bags to the store by writing "BAGS" at the top of every new grocery list you make. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

    74. amyd said...

      pledged,green tip create a compost pile

    75. amyd said...

      clicked on the url above

    76. Jessica said...

      4/17 daily giveaway tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    77. Jessica said...

      4/17 daily donation tweet
      jjak2003 at gmail dot com

    78. lyndseyluvsjj said...

      I took the pledge and my best tip for going green is to use the nice spring air to dry your clothes until they are almost dry and throw them in the dryer with a dryer sheet for about 5 minutes. They still smell fresh, aren't stiff and you used 90% less energy :)

      lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

    79. lyndseyluvsjj said...

      I clicked on the link.

      lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

    80. Andrea said...

      Contest Tweet!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    81. Andrea said...

      Donation Tweet!
      andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

    82. clynsg said...

      I took the pledge earlier today, and, because I live in the country and driving is a necessity, I make every effort to combine errands into as few trips as possible.

      cgclynsg0 @ gmail dot com

    83. susan1215 said...

      I took the pledge and I turn off the water when I brush my teeth to save water

      s2s2 at comcast dot net

    84. susan1215 said...


    85. susan1215 said...

      I clicked on the link

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    87. shiloh said...

      Took the pledge, and take your own bags to the grocery.
      spiersrp at gmail dot com

    88. SalanderServant said...

      I took the pledge. Recycle like a madman. On average, I end up bringing 8 bags to my recycling center weekly from my home and workplace.

      fatally_flayed at yahoo dot com

    89. SalanderServant said...

      Clicked on the URL you listed.

    90. SalanderServant said...

      Tweeted for the NWF here: http://twitter.com/#!/Fatally_Flayed/status/59794357754134528

    91. SalanderServant said...

      Tweeted the giveaway here: http://twitter.com/#!/Fatally_Flayed/status/59795054872629248

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    94. nightowl said...

      I took the pledge. One of my easy tips for going green is to simply take shorter showers.
      winit6 at hotmail dot com

    95. nightowl said...

      I clicked on this URL http://www.ScottBrand.com/4WeekTestDrive

      winit6 at hotmail dot com

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      winit6 at hotmail dot com

    98. s8r8l33 said...


    99. s8r8l33 said...

      DT #2

    100. kelley c said...

      I took the pledge and my tip is to compost. It is great for the environment and your garden.


    101. Move Over Betty said...

      I took the pledge! My tip is making a paste using baking soda and a bit of hot water to remove crayon, pen, and marker off my walls! It's like magic! Now that I have kids, no chemicals in my home. :)

      moveoverbetty at gmail dot com

    102. Move Over Betty said...

      I clicked on the URL. (And entered a contest while I was at it!)

      moveoverbetty at gmail dot com

    103. Move Over Betty said...

      I tweeted:

      moveoverbetty at gmail dot com

    104. Move Over Betty said...

      I tweeted the unique URL:

      moveoverbetty at gmail dot com

    105. purango said...

      I took the pledge. My tip is to use an environmentally friendly reusable bottle instead of buying bottled water. garrettsambo@aol.com

    106. brianpiero said...

      Thanks for the giveaway...took the pledge; we just went a littler greener at our place by replacing some very old shower heads in our bathrooms with new low flow models !

      senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

    107. brianpiero said...

      ...clicked on link for 4 Week Challenge promotion @ Scott Naturals for daily pledge/donation:

      senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

    108. brianpiero said...

      Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/brianpiero/status/59856386758164480

      senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

    109. brianpiero said...

      National Wildlife Federation tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/brianpiero/status/59856869254103040

      senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

    110. Betty C said...

      I've taken the pledge. Take a shower instead of a bath. Bathing takes as much as 10 times as much water as a shower.

    111. Betty C said...

      Clicked on this URL http://www.ScottBrand.com/4WeekTestDrive.

    112. Betty C said...

      Tweet - http://twitter.com/willitara/status/59867723328520192

    113. Gianna said...

      I pledged..
      I grow my own fruit, veggies and herbs.

    114. Gianna said...

      I went to http://www.ScottBrand.com/4WeekTestDrive

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