Mighty Fix Review + 70% Off Coupon – February 2018

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Mighty Fix is a subscription box from Mighty Nest. Each month they send you one new product to try and you get free shipping from Mighty Nest as well.

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Mighty Fix February 2018 review

About Mighty Fix

The Subscription Box: Mighty Fix

The Cost: $10 a month

COUPON: Use code MIGHTY7 to get your first box for $3 plus free shipping!

The Products: “The easiest way to discover safe alternatives that are healthier for you, your family and the planet. For $10/month receive one product every month, a simple solution every healthy home needs.”

Ships to: U.S. (free for 48 continental states), Canada & Australia (for an additional shipping cost). Find more info here.

Mighty Fix February 2018 Review

Mighty Fix February 2018 note

Mighty Fix February 2018 booklet

Each Mighty Fix box includes an info card telling you about the featured item and how what they chose to send you helps your house be “greener,” and you be “healthier”! This month’s featured items are Meliora Cleaning Products – all-purpose home cleaner refill and a reusable glass bottle with pre-loaded cleaner. The back of the card always has a DIY recipe associated with the monthly product. Meliora (meh-lee-OR-ah) is Latin for “better.”

All-Purpose Home Cleaner, 16 oz. – Retail Value $7.99

This 16 oz. reusable glass spray bottle came with one tablespoon cleaner pre-loaded in the glass container. The nozzle has two settings stream, and spray. I added 16 ounces of warm water, which dissolves the flakes faster than cold water. I closed the spray bottle and vigorously shook the flakes and the water till it dissolved. The bottle was slightly heavy after adding water, but I quickly adjusted to the weight. The nozzle settings produced a steady flow of the product which covered a medium-sized area. If I go a couple of weeks without using, the soap solution may separate, it’s advised to shake the contents. Also, after adding water, use within six months.

All-Purpose Cleaner Refill, two bottle refill – Retail Value $2.99

This all-purpose cleaner is unscented and contains no preservatives, fragrance, or dye. The all-purpose cleaner intends to clean any hard surfaces in my home such as countertops, cabinets, or sink. The soap flakes are versatile and there are a variety of DIY recipes found here and here. I received the cleaner in travel size (0.5 ounces) that provides for two bottles. Their website also carries a 4-ounce canister good for eighteen bottles of the all-purpose cleaner.

The all-purpose cleaner is vegetable soap flakes made of sodium cocoate, glycerin, organic cocos nucifera, (coconut) oil, and water. I sprayed my kitchen counters, cabinets, and toilet with the all-purpose cleaner, and it rid my counter top, cabinets, and toilet of grime and dirt. It was refreshing not having the harsh chemical smell and being able to get my home clean with friendly ingredients. I quickly threw out my cleanser I had and replaced it with this month’s product.

From Meliora Cleaning Products:

Coconut Oil is the base vegetable oil used for our soap. Using only coconut oil results in a long-lasting, hard bar that is great for cleaning. 

Sodium Cocoate: This is the chemical name of saponified (that is, ‘made into soap’) coconut oil. It’s the chemical that grabs onto both dirt and water to do the cleaning.

Glycerin: This substance is chemically a type of alcohol and is naturally created when the oil is converted into soap. Glycerin is known for skin-softening abilities and is an effective solvent, meaning it can dissolve substances such as stains and dirt. 

Organic Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil: There is a small amount of coconut oil left in the soap after conversion to sodium cocoate. This is because we use sodium hydroxide, or lye, in the conversion process and leaving excess oil ensures there is no remaining lye in the finished product. Some soapmakers refer to this as ‘superfatting’ and more oil remaining results in a softer, more moisturizing bar. Our coconut soap bars have only a small amount of excess oil, so they are not the luxurious body bar type and more of a ‘get the job done’ bar.

Water: Water is used in the soapmaking process as a substance that dissolves lye and then is a medium so the lye can reach all of the oil to react. After being used in this process, the water is allowed to evaporate from the soap over a period of several weeks, and the resulting dried bar has very little water. There is only about 5% water remaining in the finished bars, thus making them more shelf stable than a liquid soap that would require a preservative due to the high (about 60%) water. 

Verdict: This was a useful Mighty Fix and I enjoyed cleaning my home with this non-toxic cleaner. I appreciate having a refill of the cleaner, that was smart to do. It’s amazing how I just went along with using harsh chemicals even the ones that were supposed to be non-toxic was not 100%, and I never took the time to investigate which brands were truly non-toxic. This subscription is the best at delivering eco-friendly, non-toxic, sustainable products to your home without the hassle of doing your investigating. They’re the best! This subscription always sends quality products that are above the cost of the subscription except for this month. It delivers on sending healthier alternatives for my home and personal use. This subscription doesn’t send the same item each month to everyone that subscribes, so keep in mind that if you choose to subscribe your item may be different from what I received. Also, readers have mentioned in previous reviews that they already received a product I was reviewing.

The Wrap Up:

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Coupon – Use code MIGHTY7 to get your first box for $3 plus free shipping!

Value Breakdown: The box cost $10 with free shipping, and I received products valued at $10.98.

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Written by Nich Baviera

Nich Baviera

Nichelle has been obsessed with subscription boxes since 2012, when she received an email to subscribe to PopSugar Must Have Box. Since then, she has subscribed to Glossybox, Allure Beauty Box and GoodeBox which is now called GoodeBeing Box. She currently subscribes to: Birchbox, FabFitFun, Essence Beauty Box, PopSugar Must Have Mini Box, and Play! by Sephora. She is an avid admirer of PopSugar, so much so that she had an office tour of their San Francisco headquarters in April of 2015.

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  1. I just got this last month. 🙂 I wonder if there is a cheaper way to do the refills, I’m not familiar with natural ingredients too much, but it seems like there might be another way.

    • This was my Feb Mighty Fix, and I will use it, but I’d already switched to zero waste cleaning supplies anyway. I definitely won’t complain about having another glass spray bottle. I plan to refill mine with simple vinegar and water, which is my preferred cleaning solution. I add a few drops of essential oil to mask the vinegar a bit. If you prefer a soap-based cleaner like what Mighty Fix sent, dilute castile soap with water instead. Castile soap is cheap and widely available in bulk. As far as I can tell, the biggest difference is this product is coconut oil-based, whereas castile soap is olive-oil based.

      Don’t mix castile soap and vinegar together though. As described in the gray box above, this product is basically saponified coconut oil. Castile soap is saponified olive oil. Vinegar has the opposite effect, “unsaponifying” the soap, reverting it back into an oil or fat.

  2. I’m pleased to know that this item is still among the fixes that are sent out; I just renewed my subscription for another year and am keeping my fingers crossed with the hope that I, too, receive it soon!

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