Warm, Fuzzy & Safe with Dreft! $2 Coupon + Giveaway #DreftHypo

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Dreft. I received product free of charge, but all opinions are 100% mine. Hello Subscription may earn compensation via links in this post. Read the full disclosure
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Happy Fall Back Day! I’ll appreciate the extra daylight now that it’s getting so cold. BRRR!  This is my first time with a baby in such cold weather and I have loaded my house up with all sorts of bundling items (plus baby is adorable in them!).  I recently picked up this Gap shearling bundler on consignment for only $11! I wanted to make sure that I kept it in tip-top condition (what a find!) but also used detergent that would be gentle on my baby’s sensitive skin. Dreft is the #1 baby laundry detergent choice of pediatricians to be gentle and hypoallergenic on baby’s skin. When I had the baby my entire family asked me: Brandy, did you get the Dreft? Yes Grandma! (Don’t forget the $2 coupon on your next bottle of Dreft!)IMG_6874

Dreft has been trusted for over 80 years (my grandma’s own baby clothes were washed in it), Dreft has that amazing yet still hypoallergenic baby scent we all know and cleans all those icky things right out. If you haven’t had this tradition in your family, you can try it out with the $2 coupon to save on Dreft! (and oh, by the way, check out the “Wash Wisdom” section on Dreft’s website if you need baby laundry care info or a refresher!)

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You can enter the giveaway below right on my blog for the blogger Dreft prize pack – 2 bottles of Dreft; 1 set of Dreft wipes; 1 laundry stain remover; 1 to-go stain remover; 1 odor eliminator and fabric refresher + Little Me footie pajamas! Perfect for any baby this winter. AND, you have a second chance to win – attend the #DreftHypo Twitter Party!

Twitter Party Details:

Join us for a #DreftHypo Twitter Party on Thursday, November 6th from 9-10pm as we discuss the best ways to keep baby comfortable and safe from the cold this winter season with pediatrician Dr. Dyan Hes, a New York Magazine 2013 Top Doctor – and mother of two!

RSVP here: http://vite.io/DoubleDutyDivas and follow Dreft on Twitter!

Prizes include:

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Dreft is also great for cleaning up other messes! My kids do not have imaginary tea parties. These Dreft all purpose wipes helped clean it right up!  Enter the giveaway below, attend the prize party, and get your coupon for your next bottle! You can also connect with Dreft on Facebook!

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  • Katherine

    i learned how to treat spoiled diapers: presoak with Dreft, then wash in warm water

  • Jessica Lodge

    You should wash the car seat, stroller and playpen fabrics before baby comes home.

  • Dawn Monroe

    I read that you should always protest colored clothing before pre treating.

  • Cassandra Eastman

    The Removing Food Stains section was really helpful!

  • Cynthia C

    I found out that when you pre-wash your baby items before baby comes home, do not use fabric softener on these items. Fabric softener may reduce flame resistance when used on children’s sleepwear or other garments labeled as flame resistant.

  • Marilyn Nawara

    I didn’t know this…. don’t use fabric softener on children’s sleepwear or other garments labeled as flame resistant — may reduce flame resistance

  • Erica

    Keep a bottle near the changing table to pre-treat! Never would have thought of it!

  • s.w.

    Wash everything before the new baby comes and wash all baby clothing before storing them

  • Katherine

    I liked the tips for Hand me downs and storage especially the phantom stains

  • allisondownes

    Before you bring home the baby wash everything.

    Thank you for the nice giveaway.

  • shelly peterson

    I learned that No single detergent removes every type of stain

  • Paula C.

    Wash everything that baby will touch, before you bring them home.

  • Gina Gallagher

    You can use Dreft to be prepared for baby before he/she comes home!

  • Lisa

    It’s important to wash everything of baby’s before they come home from the hospital

  • Nancy

    From Wash Wisdom: Before baby comes home wash all items that could come into contact with baby’s skin with Dreft.

  • laurajacobson

    Thanks for the coupon! I learned that when you pre-wash your baby items before baby comes home, do not use fabric softener on these items. Fabric softener may reduce flame resistance when used on children’s sleepwear or other garments labeled as flame resistant.

  • Brandi Young

    I had no idea warmer water removes oil stains! Good to know as I have switched to a lot of hair oils, body oils and oil balms!

  • Dana Matthews

    Pretreat small stains by putting some dreft in a spray bottle…never thought about that!

  • Erin Ellis

    Wash* all of your baby’s fabrics (Clothes and anything else that could touch a baby’s skin) before storing them.

  • kelly mcgrew

    Keep a bottle near your changing table, in your diaper bag and by other places to quickly pretreat everyday smaller spots and stains.

    i love this tip! it really does help & cuts down on throwing out clothes that can be saved with just a little pretreating!

  • oddballhousewife

    I think the information on how to remove greasy and oily stains will come in handy for just about any mom!

  • Melissa Botelho

    Removing Food Stains you rinse as soon as possible with cold water to dilute the stain.Soak up to 30 minutes by adding 1 use Dreft and fill washer 1/3 way full