mutant pollutants review

Mutant Pollutants Review & Giveaway!

Mutant Pollutants

Mutant Pollutants sent me a set of their new mutants to review. But what are they? Well, besides adorable!

Mutant Pollutants are the freak creations caused by a pollution spill in a sucker factory! The creatures inside morphed into these scary creatures! Some are metallic, some glow and some don’t look very scary at all.

Each package of Mutant Pollutants come with three creatures. You can choose the two you want – but the third is a mystery and a fun surprise. Your creatures will have suction cup style feet, they might stand up straight or sideways or just be a little off. Each mutant has it’s own fun style and personality. They are for ages 5 and up, but I didn’t see any small parts, so I’m sure smaller kids (that act just a bit older) could play with them too. I love how cute these creatures are even for being mutants, and they aren’t very scary at all.

My favorite part of the Mutant Pollutants is the message behind them. They are a great way to teach kids what could happen if things get polluted. While they wont exactly create their own mutants by not recycling – but they can make an impact by helping keep our environment clean.

Want a set of Mutant Pollutants of your own? Read how you can win some below!

How can you win?

Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me what you do recycle! If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked below!

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Becky is an interior designer, an adjunct professor, a foodie, a product reviewer and a gluten free blogger in Detroit, Michigan. Week99er is a family friendly site featuring products, events and recipes for your family. Contact her at [email protected]

45 thoughts on “Mutant Pollutants Review & Giveaway!

  1. We reuse what ever we can and buy in bulk to save on packaging. We collect rain water to water the garden and live stock also.

  2. We recycle anything we can! Plastics, paper and cardboard, glass, even metals when possible. I also try to repurpose anything I can imagine to use differently so that we throw away s little as possible.

  3. We recycle whatever we possibly can. Whatever the truck (on garbage day) doesn’t take, we take up to the recycling center.

  4. My kids use both sides of their paper, and they make sure to turn off the water during brushing their teeth to conserve, not to mention they are both in scouts and know how to make a compost pile and take their recyclables to a recycle center.

  5. We can recycle everything in our neighborhood so we do. Today we had the largest pile in front of the house for the recycling crew – more than anyone else on the block (and dare I say the neighborhood).

  6. We use a recycling bin for paper, plastic, and glass even though we live in the country and it costs us extra to have this picked up every months. We take aluminum in to be recycled and we reuse what containers we can 🙂

  7. We recycle pretty much everything. I have even been known to bring home empty plastic/glass drink containers from vacation in order to recycle them. I guess I’m a little obsessed but my family of four only throws away one bag of trash per week most of the time and that makes me feel good.

  8. We are lucky enough to have a recycling bin provided by out garbage company that we can toss ANY recyclables into without sorting. We recycle everything from cans and bottles to laundry soap containers and plastic bags.

  9. Lately we just recycle aluminum cans and plastic bottles with deposits. We used to recycle newsprint, magazines, bottles, tin cans, etc. Local companies only want certain high profit items anymore.

  10. We sort everything that can be recycled and take it to our local drop off location. We also purchase as much recycled materials as possible.

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