Monday, February 7, 2011

*CLOSED* Sweet Cheeks Laundry Review & Giveaway

The Winner Is....


Do you have the stinks? Do you have to double or triple rinse? Does it feel like it takes all day to wash a load of diapers? Is your water bill outrageous because of all the extra rinses? Do you spend a ton of money on laundry soap for diapers? Do you have to strip diapers because of soap build up?

Well, I have the answer for you! My Posh Nest has an amazing cloth diaper wash by the name of "Sweet Cheeks". I know once we find something that works, we stick with it. But I was offered the chance to step out of my comfort zone and I am glad I did. The WAHM behind Sweet Cheeks sent me a 45/90 (HE) bag of Cucumber Melon scented diaper wash. The cost is only $7 a bag plus shipping!

The first wash made a believer out of me. Cold rinse to get the 'stinkies' out. Hot wash with 1 teaspoon of Sweet Cheeks. The directions say 'Final cold rinse IF YOU LIKE, but Sweet Cheeks is clean-rinsing. It isn't necessary. Okay...throw them in the dryer. I smell them as they go in the dryer. NOTHING! No smell. Let's see what they smell like when dry. Again, NOTHING! No smell at all!

I thought, 'Okay, well maybe it is the initial use'. So, two diaper loads later, still no smell. I decided to try my luck. My oldest son, due to medical issues, has nighttime enuresis (bed wetting). I washed a load of his bed linens in Sweet Cheeks. They are clean with no urine smell. I am so happy! I took his comforter to the laundry mat to wash in a front loader. Again, completely clean.

I will be using Sweet Cheeks diaper laundry soap on a regular basis. It comes in many different yummy scents like Monkey Farts (I don't know if I will use this, my little monkey does enough of that on his own. LOL), Sweet Clementine, Butter Cream Cupcake and many more.

Lucky for one of you, Sweet Cheeks wants to give one I Heart Fluff reader a free bag in their choice of scent!!

Just fill out the form below to be entered:

Giveaway ends Sunday, Feb 15. Winner will be announced on 2/16.


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