Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Accessorize your Stash with LooHoo Dryer Balls! #giveaway

Welcome to the 2nd Annual Accessorize Your Stash in August Giveaway Hop, hosted by So Easy Being Green and According to Jenny!  Are you ready to accessorize your cloth diapers stash?  A great group of bloggers have come together to help you do just that – with Cloth Diaper Accessory Giveaways!
If you love cloth diapering, then you'll love hopping around to see what each blog has in store for you and your Fluffy Stash!

So Sew Mama will be giving a way a Deluxe Package of LooHoo Dryer balls to one lucky reader!
This starter pack is perfect for anyone. Even if you are new to using dryer balls, or are just wanting to add more to your stash! LooHoo dryer balls are made with 100% domestic wool! 
Winner can choose color preference on pack. 

This giveaway is open to US residents 18+ 
8/14 - 8/28
Please use the Giveaway Tools form to enter this giveaway.


Now that you've entered to win my Accessorize Your Stash Giveaway, you're not going to want to miss the fabulous Grand Prize for this Event.  It's full of all the accessories you'll want for your stash, including a Diaper Sprayer, Planet Wise Wet/Dry Hanging Bag, and Cloth Wipes and Detergent from BALM! Baby.
Accessorize Your Stash GP

ENTER the GRAND PRIZE


According to Jenny, So Easy Being Green, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Accessorize Your Stash in August participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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I am not responsible for sponsor prize and was not compensated for this post. All social media networks are not affiliated with these giveaways.

48 comments:

  1. We do a warm rinse or prewash, warm or hot wash with detergent, then cold rinse or wash. We dry inserts in the dryer with dryer balls or outside in the sun. PUL and TPU we hang to dry inside.

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  2. We're expecting our first, so we don't have a routine yet. But for our regular loads, we use 7th Generation free and clear, and use dryer balls.

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  3. I do warm rince, warm with detergent, then 2 cold rinses. Dry the inserts and wipes in the dryer, the rest go on the drying rack and go outside.

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  4. I don't have one yet since we still don't have a little one yet...I'm a little intimidated by that part actually...hoping it isn't too bad!

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    1. It really isn't that bad Brianna. It is usually determined by the type of machine. Front loaders are more difficult. But not rally hard. Once you get it, it's super easy.

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  5. I do a warm rinse then hot/warm wash cycle with tide original powder then a cold rinse or warm/cold cycle if I need that extra rinse. then hang dry!

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  6. pre-rinse, hot wash with detergent (usually rockin' green), rinse, repeat wash/rinse with no detergent.

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  7. I do a cold rinse, then a hot wash,with homemade detergent, and 2 cold rinses.

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  8. Wash in cold wash with about half the recommended amount of Country Save detergent, then in hot water (add some other laundry) with more detergent, and then into the dryer.

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  10. I do a warm prewash, hot heavy wash, and extra rinse. I use Soap nuts as a soap, and usually dry everything in the dryer.

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  11. Warm short cycle, hot wash with extra water, and extra rinse.

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  12. I do one cold pre wash then a hot wash then an extra cold rinse. We just switched to Charlie's laundry soap and I'm liking it so far.

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  13. My baby is due October 8th so I haven't started yet!! My plan after doing lots of research is to do a Warm Rinse, then a Hot wash/cold rinse on Heavy Soil with an Extra Rinse. I'm going to use Country Save. I am planning on drying prefolds, fitteds and inserts in the dryer and then air-drying covers.

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  14. 1 rinse/spin, 1 hot wash with 1 tsp Planet Ultra, 3 rinse/spins. All on extra water setting. I have an HE frontloader, so I need all those rinses to ensure the soap gets out.

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  15. I do an express wash no detergent. Then I do a super wash with Tide original powder and 2-3 rinses. Line dry!

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  16. Cold soak. Hot rinse with rng and two cold rinses.

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  17. #1 Rinse
    #2 Wash
    #3 Repeat
    #4 Hang out to dry
    #5 Tumble in dryer to soften(no heat)

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  18. Great review on the Loohoo drier balls.great product.

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  19. Cold rinse, hot wash cycle with detergent, extra cold rinse, hang on the clothesline if the weather is nice.

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  20. I'm a half and half handwasher and coin-op washer... usually more coin op in the winter when its harder to get things dry!

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  21. I do a cold rinse, then hot wash with Rockin' Green, then cold rinse, lastly I hang to dry if it is nice out or dry in the dryer with some wool balls. I would love to win these as a gift to my in laws!

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  22. Delicate cold cycle; hot heavy duty cycle with Charlie's Soap and sometimes a little Oxyclean; extra rinse and max extract!

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  23. soak,cold rinse, hot cycle, then 2 rinses, line dry

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  24. Warm rinse, hot wash, 2 rinses and dry inserts in the dryer with dryer balls and hang all covers, pockets.

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  25. I haven't perfected a wash routine yet since our new arrival is not here. Been doing a lot of research though!

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  26. Using an HE front loader with limited options we first do a normal wash (adding two gallons water manually) with no soap and no spin, then we do a normal heavy soil wash (adding two gallons water manually) adding thieves household cleanser for soap and no spin, then I do a rinse and spin (adding two gallons water manually) then hang dry. Sounds like a lot of work but not really. I also only use flour sack towels as inserts and soakers so they come so clean!

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  27. Warm quick wash, heavy duty hot wash with tide or homemade laundry detergent, line dry anything with PUL and either sun prefolds and inserts or throw in dryer!

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  28. I have a front loader with soft water. So, I do a delicate cycle for my "rinse" because it adds more water. Than, I do an eco heavy duty with my Ecos detergent. And I finish it off with a Whitest White. Every month or 2, I strip with Rockin' Green Funk Rock to keep everything fresh.

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  29. I don't have a wash routine yet but I'm planning to do a warm rinse, warm/hot wash, and rinse maybe twice? Then hang dry mostly.

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  30. 1-2 rinises. A hot wash, a warm wash, and 2 rinses. For covers rinse, warm wash, rinse.

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  31. I use, wash, dry, reuse LOL!
    Wash in cold water (works great for me) with detergent and baking soda (vinegar if Im out of baking soda). Oh and I rinse twice. Dry inserts in dryer with wool balls and line dry the cover. Works great.

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  32. I do a cool prewash, a hot wash, and 2 post rinses with cold water. I then hang everything outside to dry in the sun! :)

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  33. Cold rinse, HOT wash with detergent with TWO cold rinses, HOT wash with double cold rinse again. Dry in the sun or on low/air.

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  34. We don't have a wash routine because we haven't started yet. Considering that our laundry room is down 3 flights of outdoor stairs and across the property, and a load of laundry is 3.00, I guess we should figure something out.

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  35. Cold rinse, hot wash cycle with Rockin Green, another cold rinse. I put all of my inserts outside in the sun to dry.

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  36. I don't have one yet.. Baby isn't born yet!

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  37. I don't have one yet, no baby to wash diapers for yet!!

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  38. On my front-loader, I start with a warm pre-wash with 2 gallons warm/hot water extra. Heavy wash on hot with 1.5 TB Rockin' Green and 2-3 extra gallons hot water. Followed with 2-3 cold rinses with 2-3 gallons extra water in each load. It's exhausting!

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  39. I wash every other day. A prewash then I wash on hot with a double rinse. I use Tide original powder Then I dry the inserts in the dryer and hang my shells and covers.

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  40. I do a cold rinse, hot wash with Country Save, and a warm rinse, then hang to dry.

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  41. My comment disappeared. I do a cold rinse, then hot wash with Country Save, and a warm rinse. Then, I hang to dry.

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  42. We do a warm presoak with a cold rinse. Hot wash with Kirkland detergent and cold rinse. We line dry everything with PUL and if it's nice out we line dry everything but wipes. We also spray our pail with Bac-out with every diaper change.

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  43. I do a wash every day. I do a warm wash, then a warm cycle with detergent, then an extra rinse. I then line dry all of them.

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  44. The baby hasn't arrived so I haven't started my wash routine.

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  45. Rinse in toilet, rinse in the wash before washing with the others soiled diapers and then wash. Either hang out to dry or put in the dryer.
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  46. i wash twice a week. cold rinse, followed by a hot wash with Rock n Green. Most days I hang them outside to dry but every once in a while they go in the dryer. I would use the dryer more but I have a roommate right now he uses dryer sheets! She will be gone soon though.

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