Monday, March 31, 2014

[CONTEST] Win a Bone Soap Dispenser from Monster Wash

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED. Thanks for participating.

Monster Wash was started in 2013 by ARTmuffin. He wanted to offer an alternative to the cheerful flowers and fish commonly found on soap dispensers. Using his artwork, he designed a line of collectible soap dispensers, and Monster Wash was born. They are horror themed, collectible soap dispensers for horror fans and for the love of the genre. Since you all are a bit skull obsessed, Monster Wash is giving away a Bone Soap dispenser to two lucky Skull-A-Day fans!



PRIZE INFO: Winners will receive one free Monster Wash soap dispenser with the "Bone Soap" skulls design on the front. Liquid soap is not included. They come empty, so you can add your own desired soap.

HOW TO ENTER: To enter this contest, comment below with an answer to this question. If you had a pile of dirty bones to wash, how would you wash them? For example, I'd probably sit outside and wash the dirt off with a garden hose. Then, scrub them carefully with a toothbrush.

CONTACT INFO: The winner, chosen at random, will be contacted via email by one of the Skull-A-Day editors within 7 days of the end of the contest. If that winner doesn't respond, another winner will be chosen. With your comment, please INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS!!! Entries are only valid with this information.

WHERE TO ENTER: All entries must be made on this blog post, on Skull-A-Day.com. You CANNOT enter this contest by commenting on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

CONTEST CLOSES: 11:59:59 PM Eastern USA Time Friday, April 4, 2014.

NUMBER OF WINNERS: Two

PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world.

IF YOU DON'T WIN: Don't fret, Monster Wash is currently having a sale. You can buy a 3 pack (including Bone Soap, Zombie, and Suds of Cthulhu) for $18. Head over to Monster Wash, to get that deal. To get an update on when other designs will be released, check out their Facebook page.

19 comments:

Paula said...

I would take them into the shower with me! paulahaupt@gmail.com

Chris Baptiste said...

Soak 'em overnight, then scrub away with a brush and some mild water.
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Kataclysmic2000 said...

A little bleach, A little love, a lot of boiling hot water.

Tish said...

Dermestids ;) then soap

Rochielle Buckler said...

I would put them in my tub with those flesh eating beetles to get them nice and clean. Then a little soap and water. Email is lrochielle@yahoo.com

Krista Dagger said...

I always soak them overnight in hydrogen peroxide and then gently scrub using an old, soft toothbrush and mild soap.

PMac said...

Soak in a bucket of monster wash bone soap first of course. macdougall@bendbroadband.com

MeezerCatMom said...

Soak them overnight, then gently scrub with my homemade "bone cleaner" using a soft toothbrush and my Monster Wash Bone Soap dispenser!

Chan Bliss said...

I'd take the pile of bones outside put them in the sun and wait. A year later I come back and collect the nice clean sun bleached bones. chanbliss@gmail.com

Mary Bielfeldt said...

I would plan a tea party with some Dermestid Beetles. We would enjoy a cup of tea and they could munch away on the bones as a filling lunch. I would stick to scones with my tea.

Jeska Lapin said...

Wash them?! Absolutely not. I work in the film industry as a Prop Master and Set Decorator and artfully have to paint replica bones to achieve such authenticity. So nope. Keep em as is! :)
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Mehnai said...

I really don't know if I would dare, real bones scare the c... out of me... but I love fake ones though and everything that has something to do with them!!
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thbtbt said...

Boiling them until the meat falls off always seems to work for me. But to get that extra white shine, whitening toothpaste does wonders! (thbtbt@gmail.com)

ryan said...

I actually have had to wash a number of animal bones for art projects. I usually boil them first, then as you said use a hose and a toothbrush on my patio. Luckily I live in the country and no one is around to look at me strange.

mianna said...

Put them right next to an ants nest and come back in a month.
Then simmer 'em with a bit of H2O2. Depends on what you want to do with the bones
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denise said...

Depending on how dirty or fleshy...I'd put them in a bucket for a few days or more and let the bacteria that's created eat it all away. Rinse and repeat until all dirt/flesh is gone, then let dry out in the sun.

highbury said...

I would gently massage away the flesh and rot with a touch of bleach, a dab of lye and a sprig of lemon peel, leaving only the freshly-scented, pearly white bones!

david said...

Soak 'em in a lye solution for a bit-then toss 'em in the dishwasher for a good scrubbin.' Finish them in a bleach/water solution to make the white pop !!!

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