Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Lets Spend Laundry Day With a Buncha Farmers! And maybe even WIN a GIVEAWAY!

What is all this hoopla about Buncha Farmers?  You've heard of it right?  The company that makes the all natural laundry soap and stain stick.  Seems like every where I turn, some cloth diaper mama (or a heard of 50 of them) is ranting about these mystical and almost magic like stain fighting powers of this all natural stain stick made by Buncha Farmers.  Every time I read a post online about someone having a cloth diaper stain issue or just a laundry stain in general, all of sudden there's a mama talking about Buncha Farmers, followed by another and another and another who are in love with this stuff.  Well....I had never tried it until recently.  Although, we've had our fair share of cloth diaper stainage and I am known to get more food on my shirt than in my mouth so I'm no stranger to laundry stains.  But for some reason, I kept reading all of these wonderful things, but had never tried it.  And I've even seen the Buncha Farmers Stain Remover Stick sold online and never bothered to order it.   So I thought......well duh!  I should try this stuff!  So I did!

And it was magical!  Ok, no so it wasn't actually magic but darn close.   This stuff was amazing and spectacular and NATURAL!!  Holy smokes Batman!   I love natural products.  I wasn't as much of a stickler before my kiddo came along but now that shes here its totally changed my outlook on the types of products we allow into our house.  I'm trying little by little to convert to as many natural products as we can.  Its a slow process but well eventually get to 100%.  And now, our stain fighting power in our house is natural and oh so awesome!

We tried both the Buncha Farmers Stain Remover stick and their All Natural Laundry Detergent.  They are both all natural and biodegradable, wont harm septic tanks and HE compatible.  The All Natural Laundry Detergent was awesome!  The smell is just fantastic, like aromatherapy.  Its all natural stuff and I'm not sure which ingredient is responsible for the smell but to me, it smells like lemongrass.  And I love lemongrass!  So that was like the cherry on top for me.  A friend of mine came over and I actually made her smell my laundry detergent.  Can we say proud weirdo?  She obliged and agreed that it smelled fantastic.  And even better than the scent was the fact that it got out clothes clean and my baby girl's diapers!  The diapers are the make it or break it for me.  If a soap can't get her diapers clean and smelling fresh then it gets the boot.  And this stuff is staying.  It comes in a tub and its in a granule form.  Its not really a powder, more like itsy bitsy soap crumbles.  Its easy to measure out and doesn't take a whole lot for a large load so my tub should last me quite a while!

I tested our stainer remover stick on a couple of stains on Emma's diapers.  I've been trying to get these stains out for a while now with no luck.  We've got super hard water and heavy iron content in our city water so we get rust stains on our clothes and on Em's diapers so I was super eager to give the stain remover stick a go with the diapers.  Viola.....all gone!  No more stain!   I also tried our Buncha Farmers Stain Remover stick on our Halloween costumes!   Mr. Bee was Willy Wonka and Emma Bee and I were oompa loompas.

 Emma Bee had orange makeup all over the collar of her shirt and I couldn't get it to come out.
I tried our stain remover stick on it......

Photo not edited for your viewing pleasure.  
This is a genuine before and after shot!  

Like I said.....its kinda almost sorta like MAGIC!   See what happens when you chuck out the nasty chemicals and go for the all natural all good stuff?  Stuff gets done and it gets done right!!

So I'm sold.  I'll be keeping our house stocked up on this stuff for sure!  It sure makes laundry easier when I don't have to treat stains multiple times or put our clothes through multiple wash loads in order to get them fresh and clean.  Saves water and energy too when I can run it once and count on our laundry being clean the first try.  And no nasty soap residue building up on our diapers either!

Be sure to check out Buncha Farmers online.  You can purchase the stain remover stick and natural laundry detergent on their website along with some other all natural products.  
You can also find Buncha Farmers online at Nicki's Diapers and Kelly's Closet too.

You can also WIN a Buncha Farmers Stain Remover Stick right here because the fab folks at Buncha Farmers are offering one to one lucky reader!

Giveaway ends 11/18/2014.  Open to US only.  Must be 18+ to enter.  One winner will be randomly selected.  Winner will have 48 hours to claim prize.  If prize is not claimed, a new winner will be randomly selected.  Good luck!

Enter using the Rafflecopter form below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I was provided with a sample product free of charge to facilitate this post.  I was not compensated for this post and was not compensated for hosting this giveaway.  All opinions are my own.  This post may contain affiliate links.  The Bee Hive Buzz is not responsible for prize fulfillment and is not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.


  1. If I won, I would keep this! With 4 kids, I could use a stain remover! Thank you!

  2. If I were to win this giveaway I would keep it for myself. I am always looking for solutions to the stains my family can make on their clothing.

  3. I would keep this for myself. :)

  4. Definitely keeping this! I want to give it a try!!

  5. Keep it. I've been dying to try it!

  6. I'll keep this, definitely be useful for my diaper laundry & kids clothes!

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  8. If I give it to my roomie and she let's me use it,,,, am I keeping it or giving it away? ;)

  9. I will keep it for me. I have heard great things about it and want to try it.

  10. I would keep this! I really want to try it out!

  11. Wow, the stain stick sure looks effective! I am always looking for good laundry solutions. My family is a bunch of pigs ;) Thanks for the info.