Sunday, February 28, 2010

(CLOSED) Pimp Your Stash #19 - Thirsties *New* Booty Luster ENDS (03-05-10)

This week's Pimp Your Stash Winner will receive a (2) Bottles {1-8oz & 1-4oz.} of Thirsties New Booty Luster and is sponsored by Thirsties! Booty Luster is a fabulous new product that makes changing diapers a breeze! Simply spray onto your babe's bum during a diaper change and wipe clean with Thirsties Fab Wipes!

This weeks mandatory question for your first entry is "Do you use cloth wipes? If so, what's your preferred wipe solution or bottom spray?"

Guidelines for Entry
-In order to participate in our weekly contest and validate all extra entries you must first answer the weekly question.

-Please, be sure to be logged into your email account when you post your comment for us to be able to contact you if you win (that is with the option called OpenID). If you have a blog, be sure to be logged into the account linked to your blog for an easier way to contact you....

-Each contest runs from Sunday 12am to Friday 9pm.

-Winners are chosen using, notified on Saturdays and winners name also posted on Blog.

-Winners have 7 days from contest end to claim their prize.

-Participation is open to mamas and papas worldwide! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join in the fun, however we are not responsible for lost packages and prizes that do not reach their destination will not be replaced.

-How to earn extra entries:
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--- Please post a separate comment for each extra entry and let us know which you've chosen to do in that comment ---

Good Luck!!


Andrea said...

I use cloth wipes and and I make my own solution with water, almond oil, dr.bronner's tea tree oil soap and sometimes EOs. It works great for us and gets him really clean

Heidi Maxwell said...

For our breast fed girl we use just a washcloth with warm water. For our toddler, we use Punkin Booty Bits wipe solution in a spray bottle along with a warm washcloth.

Beccalynn said...

I use my own hand made cloth wipes and I use a solution in a spray bottle made of Honey Cubes and water. It smells AMAZING!

Blessed Mamma said...

We just purchased cloth wipes and bought a premade solution to add to add water called "Baby Bits" wipes solution. I haven't tried the combo yet, but I'm looking forward to it.

If I like the cloth wipe thing, I'll probably make some additional wipes and try to find a good recipe with tea tree oil to make my own wipes solution.

Lisa said...

I use my own wipes. I was using these bits before I tried Booty Luster. Now that is my favorite!

Tami said...

i use cloth wipes - we make our own solution with water, some body wash (something organic), lavender oil and tea tree oil. it smells great and i use it to give our little on a wipe down in between baths!

Kris said...

I use cloth wipes too... and well... really... I just use warm water. We used to make a solution with water, baby wash & baby oil. But she has such sensitive skin that water ended up working better for us. I wouldn't mind trying this though... esp for the new little one :-)

mrscamacho said...

i just started! I have FB and Thirsties wipes. love!

becken (at) gmail (dot) com

Jill said...

We've just been using kissas and warm water on poos and patting off pee for now. We've tried a couple of free solution samples, but soaking them in it just left them there, cold. Couldn't figure out a GOOD spray bottle to use. Read yesterday someone used their 'cleanser' bottle from the hospital after having the baby. Mad at myself for throwing it away!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I do use cloth wipes. I have a bottle of Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion concentrate that has lasted almost a year! I put a few drops in the wipes warmer and add warm water then drop in the wipes. Love it!

Kara said...

We use homemade cloth wipes and I was making my own solution with water, a dash of olive oil, a dash of baby soap, and a dash of baby oil - BUT - that got old quick, so now I just wet the wipes under the sink. I would love to find a solution that works for us! We do use California Baby for when we're out!

Also, Just became a fan of Thirsties on FB!

Gwen Johnson said...

I use cloth wipes. For pee diapers I just use warm water. For poop diapers we use California Baby diaper area wash.

manamakeri at hotmail dot com

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Unknown said...

I use cloth wipes and make my own solution using Dr. Bronner's lavender or almond castille soap.

Jill said...

We do use cloth wipes but so far no solution, just warm water. I'd love to try the booty luster!

tina reynolds said...

I did not with my first a little with my second and I am planning a lot more with my third thanks


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