Rockin' Green Funk Rock has temporarily changed it's packaging to Sport Rock. It's still the same great ammonia bouncer formula you love, just in a new package.
Do you have the funk? Stinkies? Ammonia problems? Diapers that make your eyes water? Have you considered a kryptonite lined diaper pail to contain the smell of your dirty diapers? Did fluffy or fido have an accident on your bunny slippers? Dealing with the dreaded toddler pee? You need funk rock!
This 100% natural compound is unlike anything you have tried before. It targets funk at the source and leaves no prisoners. Just 4 tablespoons is enough to de-funk up to 20 diapers in one sitting. Add a little to your pre-wash to keep the stinkies from coming back. That’s right, this 450 g (16 ounce) bag will keep the diaper funk away for over two months!
- Phosphate Free
- Enzyme Free
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Free
Other Rockin' Green Products
Ashley: a few days ago
I love this stuff! We were doing every trick in the book to keep our cloth diapers stink-free and nothing was working, until Funk Rock! 1 Tbsp on the prewash and they've been smell-less ever since. It hasn't affected the quality of the diapers. I also tried this on my dogs bed that our new puppy has been peeing on. I put 4Tbsp and let it soak and even my old dog with an amazing sniffer is happy with the results. I was hesitant buying it because of the price but the bag lasts a long time.
Elaine: a few months ago
We purchased this product over some others based on the reviews on well.ca. It fizzes as you put it into the soak but doesn't work very effectively. The diapers still have that funky smell even after using the prescribed 4 tbsp amount for 12 diapers. Not worth the money considering it is more expensive than some other brands out there.
Emily: a few months ago
I have been using this for two years to soak my cloth diapers every few weeks and it works great. It removed the residue from the detergent we were using (before switching to rockin' green), and they look and smell like new. They are now ready for baby number two! Yes, it's expensive but it lasts a long time (around 5 months), and is very effective.
Linz: a few months ago
We have a 3 month old in cloth diapers. We read somewhere that to avoid the stinkies, its recommended to add 1 tbsp to each load every time. So far, so good - our inserts & diapers all still smell good & fresh. (We wash with Nellies) Hope we can avoid the whole stripping drama by doing this...
~just wish it was cheaper, but we stock up when its on sale