December 12, 2012

Trophy Tuesday! 15% off Ruby Moon Detergent plus a Giveaway!

 Trophy Tuesday!  Who doesn't LOVE free cloth diaper detergent?

You might remember Heather's post back when she added Ruby Moon Detergent to Cloth Diaper Outlet's line up.  She's a fanatic about truly trying and testing her products, especially cloth diaper safe detergents, before she agrees to carry the line and offer the product to her customers.  After all, it's important to know a product works and how it works before being able to confidently recommend it.
So, for a couple months now, Cloth Diaper Outlet has been using Ruby Moon at home on their cloth diapers and selling it successfully to it's customers.

This week, we're giving you a chance to win a bag of Ruby Moon Detergent and a chance to save 15% off Ruby Moon when you buy it this week only.

Ruby Moon Detergent, a cloth diaper safe detergent was crafted especially for delicate skin and keeping your diapers tremendously clean. Our zero build up formula never leaves a residue on your diapers and can eliminate your need to strip your diapers and hassle with a complicated wash routine!

Ruby Moon Cloth Diaper Detergent is
• All Natural
• Vegan/Cruelty Free
• Biodegradable and Good for the Environment
• Works in all water types
• Phosphate, Enzyme, Optical Brightener, Fabric Softener and Soap free

Each bag contains enough cloth diaper detergent for 45 loads of diapers in a top loader and 90 loads in a HE washer. No other cloth diaper safe detergent will leave your diapers this fresh and odor free so easily!

Win It!  Enter via the Rafflecopter form below and you could win a bag of Ruby Moon Detergent from Cloth Diaper Outet!

On Sale!  Shop for Ruby Moon this week only and save 15% off the purchase of Ruby Moon Detergent at Cloth Diaper Outlet! a Rafflecopter giveaway

December 11, 2012

Winner of our Kawaii OS Diaper Giveaway is...

Time to announce another Trophy Tuesday winner!  Last week we gave you all a chance to win a Kawaii OS Pocket Diaper with snaps from Cloth Diaper Outlet!

There were a lot of entries for this popular pocket diaper, proof that many of you love Kawaii diapers.

According to Rafflecopter the lucky winner is Amy L.D.  Congrats!  Please check your email with instructions on how to claim your prize.

December 10, 2012

Confession: I'm a Cloth Diaper Snob, are you?

I swear the longer I use cloth diapers the more convicted I am that I am turning into a Fluff Snob

Definition: The Fluff Snob is known by her impeccable taste in cloth diapers. She finds herself drawn towards diapers that she feels are better than average. She may be drawn to a particular brand of diaper, style or even the kind of fibers that are used. Her loyalty to that diaper is steadfast and she will not bend or waver to enticing offers to use anything else. 

My particular area of weakness is the fitted diaper. You know the kind that is usually made with fabric, and sometimes they’re hybrid like a cute Toyota Prius, and include a hidden layer within the diaper to add absorbency. They require a cover but if the diaper is made well and you live in a warmer climate it can be worn coverless to show off that cute tushy!

It never fails, I see a blog offering a fitted diaper giveaway or even an all-in-one (AIO) giveaway and I find myself compelled to enter. If I come across a pocket diaper giveaway, I turn my nose up at it and won’t enter. The crazy thing about this is that the majority of the diapers that I own are pocket diapers! In fact up until the birth of my second child the only experience I had with cloth diapers were pockets. Now, I’d rather use a prefold and cover than have to stuff a pocket diaper. 

So that’s my Fluff Snobbery confession. What’s yours?

Elizabeth (aka Bert) is a stay-at-home-mom and contributing writer for She Thinks Media. She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband, Ben, her son Buggie, and daughter Lady Bug.  When she's not trying to convince Buggie to expand his interests beyond Thomas the Train or put his pants back on she's writing about her experiences as a mom on her blog, First Time Mom (FTM). After all, Bert maintains there's a first time for everything, even if you  have more than one child!