Friday, April 5, 2013
Glow Bug Cloth Diaper Giveaway
There are so many different cloth diaper companies out there. Glow Bug is a cloth diaper company that sells their cloth diapers in a bulk amount. Their diapers come in 12 pk of either boys or girls designs with 18 cloth inserts. •Each set of 12 diapers are packaged in a free wet bag!!! •Two sets of cross-over snaps through the waist band for a perfect fit around newborn tummies •Double rows of snaps with square tabs for a trim fit through the hip •2 hip snaps to prevent "wing droop" •Four size settings fitting babies from birth through potty training (7lbs-35lbs) •Coordinating coloured snaps for every print •Waterproof flaps in the front and the back of each diaper to prevent leaks •Double gusset through the leg for an extra barrier of protection •NEW SlimDry™ fabric keeps baby’s skin dry without the bulk •Two openings in the pocket makes it easier to get the absorbent inset in and out •Snap-in inserts to keep it in place while baby’s on the move $150 each set or 6 pk gender neutral for $75. The best detergent to use on cloth diapers are Little Love Buns or Rockin Green Preparing the Diapers before Use We recommend washing and machine drying the diapers and inserts before you use them to remove any residue from the manufacturing and shipping process. Make sure you are using Rockin Green Detergent or another non-residue soap for prepping the diapers. Please note that “natural” or “eco-friendly” detergents do not mean that they are good for cloth diapers! The detergent must be one that leaves no residue and suitable for your type of water. The only brand we trust 100% is Rockin Green and you can find it here, at many local baby boutiques where cloth diapers are sold and online. Do not use any bleach, liquid softeners, dryer sheets, dryer bars or natural oils while washing and drying the diapers. I love that it has the removable insert. Some cloth diapers don't have that option. The front snaps are great to adjust the size. These diapers should fit babies to potty trained. That is great! No changing sizes every couple months. We still buy disposable diapers but I love having my cloth diapers. We spend around $40 a month on disposable diapers. But if we had of started out buying cloth diapers when we brought the baby home I can't even begin to explain how much money we would have saved. This would save your pocket book every month. I think everyone should try cloth diapers for at least 1 month. I think it would change your outlook. Check out Glow Bug Diapers http://www.glowbugclothdiapers.com/#!home/mainPage Facebook Twitter and Pinterest a Rafflecopter giveaway Five Lil Bass In Tow was not monetarily compensated for this review. I was sent 1 diaper to test and write my honest review.
Posted by Frugal Free at 9:19 PM