Win a FREE Self-Cleaning Hairbrush

Big news! In my search for clever self-cleaning products, I ran across this fascinating item, the self-cleaning hairbrush:

When I contacted the company, Q-Brush, for more information, they kindly provided me with two free samples--one to try out for myself and one to give away!

Well, I'm thrilled to say that I love this brush. As a hairbrush, it works fine, with medium bristle stiffness and a comfortable handle. The difference here is that once I finish brushing my hair, all it takes is a simple squeeze and pull action on the back of the brush to make the bristles disappear for easy cleaning--so simple it's perfect for a House That Cleans Itself.

To enter this drawing for your own FREE Q-Brush Self Cleaning Hairbrush, do the following:

• Send an email to with the subject line "Hairbrush Contest".

• In the body of the email, put your name and the address where you would like the brush to be mailed if your entry is drawn as the winner.

• Also in your email include the answer to at least one of the following questions:

What "kitchen mess" problem in your house would you love to find a solution for? (For example: Dishes that pile up in the sink, mail and other papers that end up all over the counter.)

What activities take place in your kitchen that aren't food related? (For example: Kids doing homework at the kitchen table.)

What solutions have you found that help your kitchen stay cleaner? (For example: I keep a package of granite wipes in an easily-accessible drawer.)

Deadline for entering is Oct. 31st, 2010; drawing will be held November 1st, 2010. Winner will be chosen at random and notified via email; winner's first name and state will also appear on this blog. (For example, "Congratulations to Mary from Virginia, winner of a free Self-Cleaning Hairbrush.") ONE ENTRY PER PERSON, PLEASE.

To learn more, or to get your own self-cleaning hairbrush, visit today.

1 comment:

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