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Green Baby Giveaway - Win a FREE Bottoms Up Washable Cloth Baby Wipes Kit!  

post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
One of the best ways to green your baby care is to use reusable baby supplies over disposables. Cloth diapers, borrowed or thrift store baby clothing, and more. Reusable options are the green way to go. In fact you can even use reusable baby wipes. Some parents balk at this idea thinking it'll be too weird or hard, but it's neither. Reusable baby wipes can be an easy choice - not to mention all that money you'll save (hundreds per year).

If you've always wondered about the ease of reusable baby wipes vs. traditional toss away wipes this is your lucky day because we're giving a couple of Green Options members the chance to try an awesome reusable baby wipe kit for FREE!
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WHAT YOU CAN WIN:

Two lucky Green Options members will each win a very cool Bottoms Up Washable Cloth Baby Wipes Kit thanks to Bottoms Up. This handy eco-friendly kit is non-toxic, safe, easy and comes with everything you need to keep your baby clean and fresh; diaper change after diaper change.

If you've been nervous to spend money on reusable baby wipes before, this is a great chance to dive in and give these reusable baby wipes a try (no worries, you'll love them).

ABOUT THE PRIZE:

Learn more about the Bottoms Up Washable Cloth Baby Wipes Kit.
 
HOW TO WIN:

Leave a message on this thread telling us if you've ever considered reusable baby wipes - why or why not? Are you excited to try them now?

GIVEAWAY DURATION: 

Giveaway starts ASAP and ends on April 7, 2010 - Midnight Pacific Coast time.

RULES:
  1. Green Options members may enter one time. If you're not an Green Options Member sign up to join our community then enter.
  2. Giveaway is open to North America Green Options members.
  3. On April 8, 2010, we'll draw a random winner from all eligible entries (you must enter as noted above in HOW TO WIN).
  4. We'll contact the winner to collect the following information - full name, valid email, valid mailing address and phone number. If you're not comfortable giving Green Options this information, please don't enter. In order to ship your prize to you we need the above info.
  5. IF YOU WIN: To avoid ongoing emailing back and fourth you will need to reply with your info within 5 days of being notified that you won. If you fail to respond within 5 days Green Options reserves the right to choose a new winner. Please set your email account to accept emails from Green Options AND make sure you check your messages here at Green Options.

GOOD LUCK!

Learn more about our giveaway sponsor - Bottoms Up.
post #2 of 19
 I've used microfiber wash/cleaning cloths as wipes, but never specifically purchased any reuseable wipes. I'd love to try them, because I've never purchased anything marketed as Green other than cleaners.Would be kind of nice to not have to caution my hubby to 'not grab the poopy cloth' that looks just like the other cleaning cloths.
post #3 of 19
Yes, I've considered using reusable wipes.  In fact, I've decided that's the route we'll go once the little one arrives.  I just need to decide which ones!
post #4 of 19
i haven't but my daughter-in-law does great for the enviroment
mverno@roadrunner.com
post #5 of 19
I used disposable everything with my first two babies, but I am finally changing things with our new baby on the way!  I've already bought most of my cloth diapers, but I definitely need some wipes and this sounds like a great kit!
post #6 of 19
I started cloth diapering my 3 month old about 2 weeks ago. I had never thought about cloth wipes until I was a week into it. It would make a lot more sense and make things easier. This kit looks like a great kit to get me started.
post #7 of 19
I have been considering it, but have not yet purchased any.  I am new to CD and when you use a disposable wipe, you are left with the wipe.  It seems like it would be easier to just toss in a reusable wipe.  Then I have to figure out some sort of wipe solution/spray. I also am trying to figure out the best material to use as well. This seems like a great starter kit.
post #8 of 19
I honestly never thought about using reusable baby wipes, but now I'm intrigued! We are expecting baby #1 in August, and I am trying to be as eco-friendly with everything as possible. This Bottoms Up kit seems like a perfect addition.
post #9 of 19
I have been using cloth wipes and LOVE them!!  I love cloth diapering and this would be so nice to have with my 6 month old. 
post #10 of 19
I've used cloth wipes with all my 5 kids. I'm currently using them with my twins and would love to try some new ones :)
post #11 of 19
I have been looking into reusable wipes since they are much cheaper in the long run than the disposables.
post #12 of 19
 I've never considered reusable baby wipes because I didn't know they existed before. I'm excited to try them now.
post #13 of 19
Thread Starter 
Hey there green folks. I randomly drew two winners. Each of our winners will be getting a super cool Bottoms Up Washable Cloth Baby Wipes Kit - and those two are...

Jennifer who says, "I have been looking into reusable wipes since they are much cheaper in the long run than the disposables."

Julie who says, "I've used microfiber wash/cleaning cloths as wipes, but never specifically purchased any reuseable wipes. I'd love to try them, because I've never purchased anything marketed as Green other than cleaners.Would be kind of nice to not have to caution my hubby to 'not grab the poopy cloth' that looks just like the other cleaning cloths.

Congrats to Jennifer and Julie - I'll be contacting you soon with more info. Thanks to everyone who entered and a big thanks to our sponsor Bottoms Up. If you'd like to learn more about Bottoms Up check out the following links...

post #14 of 19

I really want to try reusable wipes.  My daughter has very sensitive skin.  The cloth wipes (even the sensitive skin ones) have chemicals and perfumes in them that irritate her skin.  I have been researching reusable wipes for a few days now.

post #15 of 19

i get some useful software from leawo giveaway activity

post #16 of 19

Our son is due in August and we've already received our cloth diapering system.  We are now researching options for reusable wipes.  We're trying to decide if I should buy them or simply make my own.  I know a few people that cloth diaper, but I don't know anyone that uses reusable wipes.  We think it is the perfect choice for us as we are concerned not only on the disposable wipes' impact on the environment, but also the impact the chemicals will have on our son.  

post #17 of 19

I have Never used cloth wipes but would really like to try and know better way to start by entering in this Giveaway :) I Cloth Diaper and love it but really would like to try Cloth Wipes with the cutest  Cloth Wipes Kit and look's easy to use too ;) <3

post #18 of 19

im very excited to try these reusable wipes not only does it help the environment but it will help save on cost as well my little one is due in may and im trying to get everything ready from clothes to cloth diapers, ect.

post #19 of 19

I am due on monday and I have been planning on using cloth diapers but never gave any thought to the wipes, until today when I looked up how much we could save using cloth wipes over the diapering years! Wow about 800 per kid and if I am gonna be washing diapers why not wipes too? So now the quest to figure out what type of wipes to get:)
 

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