Review and Giveaway: Eco Nuts Organic Laundry Soap

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Everytime I read it, I giggle just a little,

“Thanks for using Eco Nuts- you’d be nuts to use anything else!”

Truth be told, I’m nutty in so many other ways that perhaps the fact that I’m now using dried fruit shells (aka soap nuts) to clean my clothes shouldn’t surprise me or anyone else!

Why would you want to choose Eco Nuts soap nuts to clean your clothes?

  • They are completely sustainable, renewable, biodegradable and an organic alternative to chemical detergents and more expensive natural laundry detergents
  • They are gentle and chemical or allergen free. No concerns for sensitive baby skin, or those with eczema or other skin conditions.
  • They are mild and don’t leave residue, so they are suitable for washing cloth diapers.
  • They have antimicrobial properties, which makes them a great choice for those with septic or grey water systems.

Wondering how soap nuts actually work? They contain saponin, which is a natural cleaner that breaks the surface tension of the water to penetrate the fibers of your clothing- a fancy way to say that they are able to life stains and leave the dirt in the water to be washed away. They don’t foam up, because they don’t contain foaming agents. This was disconcerting to me at first, but I decided to get over it and see whether they worked anyways!

I received my trial of soap nuts from The Baby Bum Store, who recently began carrying Eco Nuts for all their cloth diapering customers in particular. I tried them out this past week and they’ve actually been worked pretty hard in a short amount of time.

I’ve used them in both cold and hot, regular loads, heavy blankets, and cloth diapers, all successfully. The real test happened today, with an incredibly yucky load of diapers which contained some toddler explosions. I double rinsed before I washed (even though I usually rinse only once), but was shocked and pleased to see that the diapers came out fresh smelling and clean, even though this was already the 5th wash my soap nuts had been through (and they are generally able to be reused for 5-7 washes).

Final score? Indescribably poopy diapers 0, Eco Nuts 1.

soap nutsWill soap nuts begin to replace my trusty natural detergents? The jury is still out on that one. I love how small and light they are to carry and store, and the fact that they’re entirely sustainable and that I can toss them in my compost. I was impressed with their cleaning ability, despite the lack of bubbles and pretty smells. You just might win me over, little soap nuts.

Would you like to give Eco Nuts Organic Laundry Soap a try?

Courtesy of The Baby Bum Store, I have one package of Eco Nuts, good for 50 hot washes or up to 90 cold washes, to give to one reader with very dirty clothes (because why else would you want to win them?).

To win a package of these little babies, here’s what you need to do:

(And remember, please leave a separate comment for each entry)

  1. Leave me a comment telling me the toughest laundry challenge that you’re facing.
  2. Visit The Baby Bum Store and tell me your favorite product that they carry (I bought some pocket diapers from them recently that I’m just thrilled with for the best price around!)
  3. Become a fan on my new Facebook fan page!
  4. Mention this giveaway on Facebook.
  5. Follow me on Twitter.
  6. Tweet this giveaway (include @keeperhome in your tweet)
  7. Subscribe to Keeper of the Home through email or RSS.
  8. Become a member of the Forum, or post a new topic or comment.

Someone is going to have some wonderful clean laundry soon. Good luck, all! Giveaway ends Friday, March 19 at 3:00pm.

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  1. I would love to try some eco nuts! My biggest laundry challenge is my husband’s work clothes. We works in a steel mill and his clothes are covered in the gray dust that sticks to everything, including the inside of the washing machine. Everything looks dingy.

  2. I’m not a Momma yet myself, so I have no need for cloth diapers…yet. But I will someday. My favorite thing in their store is the cow-print diaper! It’s on clearance though, so I might just have to buy it to have when I need it 🙂
    .-= angie´s last blog ..Menu…Wednesday? =-.

  3. Hmm. I have very boring laundry right now. I guess sometimes I have stink issues with cloth diapers, so that must be my biggest problem. Soaking with some vinegar usually works, or boiling the diapers (such a large chore, so I’ve only done it once – but it sure worked!).

  4. My biggest laundry challenge is getting everything washed, dried, folded and put away in a timely manner. There are 6 of us plus one is still in cloth diapers. It seems like the laundry is never ending.

    Thanks for this giveaway.
    .-= Jackie´s last blog ..Just a Name? =-.

  5. Toughest laundry problem? Ink. Hubby keeps leaving pens in his uniform pocket. He has dozens of pockets in his military uniform. I try checking some, but inevitably, I don’t check the time I should and we get ink leaked on everything in the load. I currently make my own detergent, but these soap nuts are intriguing! – Kathy

  6. My biggest laundry challenge has little to do with products and more to do with me and my {lack of} self-discipline and time. I tend to wash the clothes and then pile them in our bedroom rather than putting them away directly.

    We have cloth diapers and tots = lots of dirty clothes 🙂
    .-= Jenn @ Beautiful Calling´s last blog ..Reno-cation by Royale (Win Your Own $100 Reno-cation Here!) =-.

  7. Ha! Toughest laundry problem? A 10.5 month old who is continually trying new foods and feeding herself. So that’s clothing and diapers covered in chili (last night, anyway)!
    .-= Jessie´s last blog ..Brown Rice =-.

  8. I am about to start using cloth diapers. I think (in my mind!) that is the toughest laundry challenge so far! Thanks!
    .-= Michelle´s last blog ..I Love Lists =-.

  9. I love these–I have tried a different brand, but they still worked wonders! This is a great giveaway!
    Sarah M

  10. My toughest laundry challenges are probably glue, flour, pastels, and marker. Yes, they are all washable, but as a preschool teacher the sheer volume of crud that gets on my clothes in a single day is very hard to tackle.

  11. My biggest laundry challenge right now is my husband’s khakis. He has a desk job so I’m not quite sure how they end up so dirty but you would think he played in a sandbox all day with the smudges and marks on them. Once baby comes though I think diapers will trump that. I’m glad to hear that the soap nuts worked well on them for you. I have been thinking about switching but was hesitant because of diapers and didn’t want to have to use two laundry soaps.

  12. My favorite item are one-size pocket diapers. I’m currently torn as to whether I should use pre-folds or one size pockets as my main diaper but I think having several pockets on hand will be nice either way. I’m not sure which ones though as I’ve heard good things about both bumgenius and happy heinies, I plan on trying several types and seeing what works best on my baby.

  13. I’m a facebook fan!

    Also, on a non-giveaway not, whenever I try to comment I get a spam block notice. They seem to go through eventually I was just wondering if there was something I could do to stop that.

  14. My biggest laundry challenge is my husbands clothes! He is a farmer and his clothes generally have a combination of dirt, grease, corn dust, and manure at the end of the day. Thankfully he’s not too picky that they come out perfectly clean, as they will just get covered again!

  15. My biggest laundry challenge is my two toddlers clothes. They always manage to stain or tear whatever I put on them that is nice. 😛 (they love to help do laundry though!)

  16. My toughest challenge is stains. Natural solutions anyone? Also that my kids wear holes in all their pants so fast!

  17. I would love to win these! My biggest laundry challenge is keeping up with it all! It would be a breath of fresh air to know my “detergent” choice was a good one…one that I could compost after. Thanks for the chance!

  18. My toughest laundry challenge is getting all of the clothes put up after they’re washed and folded. We have a very limited amount of space and sometimes it alot of organization to get everything to fit where it belongs!

  19. My towels! First seems like we keep going thru the towels like crazy, they are also starting to come apart, thirdly, sometimes they smell like BO after they are used. I’ve tried several “solutions” for this, but they don’t always work.

  20. My favorite product from The Bum Baby Store is probably the Eco Nuts… never tried them, but I find them amazing and would love to! I’m glad to hear they work so well on diapers, so I may have to buy some before our baby arrives (due Friday!).

  21. My biggest laundry challenge right now is keeping up with it. It seems like everytime I turn around someone is running out of something and we just can’t do laundry fast enough, it’s ridiculous!

  22. My biggest laundry challenge is folding all the clothes. I usually keep up with them, but if I get off track they can sit for days 🙁
    Another challenge – I tried cloth diapers for 6 months with my second, but he then had an issue with gross, smeary diarrhea for a month and I got so tired of trying to scrape before throwing it in the wash. How much can you leave on them anyway??? I am expecting my third and am debating on what I want to do . . .
    I just recently got a whole bunch of soap nuts and I think that I like them. The clothes seem to be clean, but it is hard to tell when there isn’t anything really visibly dirty on them to begin with (like a poopy diaper!) They don’t smell or have stains though, so they must be clean! The company I ordered from ended up having really high shipping fees, making them not so frugal 🙁 I will have to look into this company to see if they are cheaper.

  23. My favorite product would be either a wet bag, or a package of wipes, getting ready for #3 and doing things more consistently cloth than we did with the other 2, these things are both on my list to get before October 🙂

  24. My biggest challenge is 2 kids in cloth diapers, one of whom has some pretty messy diapers several times a day. Add to that, we’re dealing with sick tummies around here & have LOTS of towels, blankets and PJs to wash throughout the day. It’s quite the laundry week!

  25. My biggest laundry challenge – keeping clothes looking new and not dingy. I’ve wanted to try these soap nuts for a while, so they are definitely my favorite thing on their website – although they have some excellent looking baby products.

  26. My toughest Laundry challenge is getting stains from food, spit up, dirt, and soon to be poopy diapers out! (We arestarting to cloth diaper in the next few weeks) Having three (soon to be four) kids four and under and a husband’s laundry to do is hard work! Stains and dirt everywhere! 🙂 I would LOVE to try the Eco nuts! They just might be what I have needed all along!

  27. My “dirty laundry” story? I have three boys who love to roll in the dirt! I have the hardest time getting the dirt out of the knees of their jeans. Where we live there is no grass , so grass stains are not an issue. My boys are “all boy”. So much. in fact, that the other day I was talking with my oldest (9) and explaining to him that he had a filthy face and hands and needed to go wash. His reply was, “But, Mom, I LIKE to look dirty!”

  28. Just visited The Baby Bum Stores website and I would have to say that my favorite product they carry is the BumGenius Flannel baby wipes. What a great price! That ends up being just less than a dollar a wipe! Best deal I have founf on their wipes so far!

  29. My toughest laundry challenge is keeping up with 11 children and their dirty clothes, plus cloth diapers!!!

  30. My toughest challenge lately has been diarrhea laundry- which is even worse than poopy diaper laundry because I find cleaning toddle underwear out to be much more difficult. ewww

  31. My toughest laundry challange? Having 4 very busy children who are enjoying this very muddy, dirty and messy spring weather! It is the season for really truly dirty gross clothes again. I would love to try the soap nuts. I have heard about them before but never tried them.
    .-= abbi´s last blog ..I shall thank Him =-.

  32. I think the soap nuts are my favorite item at the store because they re the most unusual, Id never heard of them before, while I am familiar with the est of their products!

  33. My continual laundry challenge is my youngest daughter who spills everything! Along with that come her eight siblings so we do at least 4 loads a day. I would LOVE to try the EcoNuts!!

    I subscribed on both FaceBook and Twitter also!
    .-= LisaAnn´s last blog ..Spring Cleaning =-.

  34. I tweeted about it!
    Briggymama ohhh new kind of eco-friendly “laundry detergent”-eco-nuts. learned about it @keeperhome and she’s having a giveaway woop woop

  35. The biggest laundry challenge I face is my Husbands eczema. Poor guy gets the worst sores from most soaps. I would love to give these a try and see if they help! We’re also going to be cloth diapering once our little one arrives this summer.

  36. The toughest laundry challenge right now is probably trying to keep enough homemade laundry detergent on hand for the amount of clothes that are washed, so the soap nuts could be really nice in that regard!

  37. My toughest challenge in the laundry department are my husband’s work clothes- greasy, filthy actually.

  38. My biggest laundry challenge right now, by far, is the mysterious brownish stains that show up on my toddlers clothes AFTER I’ve washed and dried them. I’m thinking they are milk stains, so frustrating.

  39. The biggest challenge I’m facing is getting my laundry clean, not just smelling good. My hubby has started singing on the praise team at church, and standing on stage with all those lights causes some major sweating. We keep the stains at bay with deodorant, but his shirts still smell! I have a strong sense of smell, and I can still smell a slight stench after I’ve washed his clothes. We’ve tried detergent after detergent. I find that commercial detergents seem to just cover up the smell. I worry that they aren’t really getting his clothes clean. Also, he has very sensitive skin, so I have to be careful what I use. And, we are hoping to have a baby this year, so I’m trying to think ahead of something that I can use for us and the baby.
    .-= Christy Sheffield´s last blog ..Welcome. =-.

  40. We have only done prefolds and covers so far, but I would love to try a one-size Bumgenius or Happy Heinys pocket diaper!

  41. I’m a fan on facebook, too. I’m having trouble with my comments showing up here, for some reason they keep being marked as spam. Hopefully you get this one.
    .-= Christy´s last blog ..Welcome. =-.

  42. Since last May, I have been making my own laundry detergent using Borax, Washing Soda, and Nath-Patha. My latest struggle is these suddenly appearing “oil stains” on many of our shirts. I’m wondering if the “new to us – used” washing machine is not efficiently using the detergent. So, I have been researching soap nuts and other homemade powdered versions. Our current detergent is just so frugal and get DH’s very muddy and/or greasy work clothes clean, I’m hesitant anything will work as well. I’d love to try these, if I can get them for free!!
    .-= Michelle´s last blog ..Miessence Monday: Organic Hair Products =-.

  43. I went Bum’s web site love the cloth diapers…..but have a ton!
    I have cloth diapered on and off for the past 12 years!
    My youngest is potty trained now (she’s 2).
    I pray that GOD will bless up again with more little ones~

    Peace In Christ,

    PS My comments are not showing up on your blog (they never do) I’m not sure why…..not even sure if you get them.
    Beacuse of that I rarely come to your blog~

    I hate typing up a comment and not being able to have a responce or other read it. I hope you can fix it? I’ve typed a few LONG comments and never knew if you go them?

  44. My toughest laundry challenge is stain removal. I have had a time finding a product that actually WORKS to remove stains the first time they go through the wash. I am so very tired of soaking items in OxyClean for days on end.
    .-= Lori @ The Davidson Den´s last blog ..Project 365: Week 11 =-.

  45. I’m very interested in the Happy Heiny Pocket Trainers for Potty Training. I’ve been saying for a long time that there ought to be something like that. Unfortunately, at $16 a pop, they are probably not a feasible option for me.
    .-= Lori @ The Davidson Den´s last blog ..Project 365: Week 11 =-.

  46. My biggest laundry problem is that my daughter gets nosebleeds fairly frequently, and the blood stains never seem to quite come out. There’s always a hint of a stain left behind.
    .-= Becky´s last blog this quote =-.

  47. My biggest laundry challenge is my husband’s work clothes. He works with metal. I think his clothes smell like garlic bologna! YUCK

  48. hard to choose the worst laundry for me right now 🙂 Probably muddy clothes – small price to pay for the return of spring! I make diapers and clothes for my grandchildren (september brings a new one) and like to wash the recycled fabric I use with safe and frugal detergent. Usually I make my own but I like to have several options in my bag of laundry tricks, and I’ve been researching these soap nuts for the past few months. This is a really great giveaway – and these ideas are why I already subscribe!

  49. My biggest laundry challenge is keeping cloth diapers smelling good in the winter time. In the summer, I can sun them, but I feel like they get so smelly even when I use vinegar in the winter. Ug!
    .-= Jillian´s last blog ..Payge Is TWO!!! =-.

  50. I want to try the Happy Heiny’s Hemp Stuffins, because my daughter is getting older and is still in diapers, and using prefolds to stuff the pocket diapers just doesn’t work under many of her clothes (too bulky). I realize it’s not a FAVORITE item, just an item on my to-buy list.
    .-= Jillian´s last blog ..Payge Is TWO!!! =-.

  51. Definately the clothe diapers in the winter. I miss the clean hung out diapers in summer. I would love to try the soap nuts. I have read all about them but was never adventurous enough to try them.

  52. i would have to say my toughest laundry issue is washing anything with dog hair on it, especially my dogs towels/bed. its so hard to get the smell and hair out completely.

  53. my favorite product from the baby bum store is the heiny one size diaper with the monkeys, it looks super cute but practical (for when we actually have children). the soap nuts would be a close second. thanks!

  54. Toughest laundry challenge: my 3 year old son’s filthy shirts. By the end of the day they are incredible! I still can’t figure out how he gets them so dirty.
    .-= Christy´s last blog wooden chairs =-.

  55. I liked that the BBStore had organic cotton reusable wipes. I’m going to tell my sister about those. However, I don’t have a baby right now, so I’m thinking my favorite thing would really be those econuts. I am actually getting ready to order some from a different company, but I’d love to get a chance to try these out before I order!
    .-= Christy´s last blog wooden chairs =-.

  56. While I enjoy using soapnuts, and will continue to, my biggest laundry dilemma is trying to figure out how to keep my diapers from reeking after one pee. They didn’t do it before soapnuts, why now?

  57. It’s a tie between the three year old that thinks his shirt was made to wipe his face with and the husband who tends to get grease on every shirt he wears.

  58. I have a 5 year old boy…..enough said!
    I could use all the help I can get, and I would love to try this earth friendly soap!

  59. I would love to give these a try. My biggest laundry challenge, honestly, is keeping up with it. We are currently renting a small (1000 sf ) apartment, and our w/d unit is apartment sized (those SMALL laundry baskets – bushel sized – that’s one FULL load in our machines). Our family, on the other hand, is not quite apartment sized. There are 6, soon to be 7 of us living here full time. And another one who visits her dad (my dh) every other weekend. We have a LOT of laundry, and the machines really need to be almost constantly going.

  60. We don’t have kids yet, so our laundry is pretty clean! Kitchen spills are the only real messes I have to deal with.

  61. I think my favorite item would be the HH dipes/trainers. They are my favorite CD!
    .-= Amy T.´s last blog .. =-.

  62. Would love to try these! Our biggest laundry challenge along with the regular dirt and stains that go along with 5 kids would be the towels I’m using to clean the dog’s feet after his morning walks. It’s muddy out there these days!

  63. @angie, You’d think with two young boys, my biggest laundry challenge would be grass stains or something, but it’s actually my clothes! I never wear an apron in the kitchen and I’m always getting stains just where my shirt hits the counter!

  64. as a green mum with choki and berry loving 32 yrs old i would love to try this nuts as i am all the time in on the look for a new really green laundry detergent

  65. My toughest laundry challenge has been grease stains on my husband’s pants!
    I can’t get rid of them!!

  66. My favorite product on The Baby Bum Store’s website has to be the Fuzzi Bunz. Those are my most favorite cloth diapers to use on my two little guys!

  67. My toughest laundry challenge is the BO in the pits- it gets down into the clothing fibers & won’t come out! I use a fragrance free detergent, but I have to use febreeze in the pits of shirts for one of my kids who has bad BO.

  68. I’ve been using soap nuts for over a year now, and I love them! But ECO Nuts are not the most frugal brand. I also make “soap nut soak”, a really easy way to make a liquid cleanser that can also be used as a dishwashing liquid ( for hand or machine washing), shampoo, body wash, or all-purpose cleanser.

    Just bring 8 cups of water to a boil, add 12-15 soap nuts and turn off the heat. Cover and let sit overnight. In the morning, remove the nuts and pour liquid into a container through a strainer. For washing, 1/4 cup is enough for a large load. Because it’s natural, it will go bad after a week or so if left at room temperature, so I just keep a week’s worth by the washer and the rest in the fridge. This method has made things so much simpler for me! 🙂

  69. My toughest laundry challenges are my 3 youngest kids- It seems like they can walk by a pile of dirt and it jumps to them. They are your typical active, inquisitive, dirt loving children which I don’t mind but it does make it very hard to keep clothing looking nice and unstained for when we go out.

  70. These sound interesting, indeed! My toughest laundry challenge is definitely my babies cloth diapers….really is there anything worse than that?!
    .-= Lindsey@ Mama Sews´s last blog ..toxicity =-.

  71. My toughest laundry issues deals with getting my husbands & my sheets clean. It seems like on my husbands side there is a permanent yellowing of any bedding that he lays on and covers up with. I don’t know if it’s really a stain, or just a result of use, but my side washes clean. And with the permanent yellowing, is my bedding really clean? I wonder about this… I haven’t found a laundry detergent or stain remover to get it off and truly get our bedding clean! I would love to try these eco nuts to see if they can really get my bedding clean!

  72. My biggest laundry challenge is my husband’s dirty work clothes – he comes home with red clay caked on his pants and sawdust hidden in every crevice imaginable!

  73. I took a look at The Baby Bum Store, and the Grandma El’s Diaper rash cream looked very interesting. My daughter struggled with diaper rash for pretty much the whole time she wore diapers, and no cream seemed to do much.

  74. my biggest challenge is finding something that is cost effective(we’re a family of 7), really works on grease and grime(i have an 8 yrold boy) and won’t irritate my daughter’s skin.

  75. My biggest laundry challenge would have to be finding a green a purple crayon melted all over my entire load! Not fun! But, with some different concoctions, got most of it out!:)

  76. My biggest challenge is wet towels and washcloths- I just can’t seem to get them all dried out before they hit the laundry basket, and then sometimes they sit for a day or two before being washed. We have a compost bin already and would love to try these laundry nuts!
    .-= Sarah S. Chicken´s last blog ..Procrastination =-.

  77. I had never heard of these…how interesting!

    My biggest challenge is plain old dirt. Muddy towels from wiping our dogs feet after walks, rags from dusting, socks that have been worn outside…they never lose that dirt stain no matter how much oxyclean I use! Oy vay.
    .-= Kait Palmer´s last blog ..Things We’ll Miss…And Things We Won’t… =-.

  78. My toughest laundry obstacle is that my son and husband are grease-monkies. My son races cars and my dh builds motors, so there is lots of icky laundry for me.

  79. I would love to try these. My current issue is the results of sandbagging and such as we are almost to flood stage here. Also, my husband works construction and during foundation time there is so much mud and rust and etc. I would definitely put these to the challenge.

  80. My biggest laundry challenge is having three little ones in diapers – 2 toddlers and 1 baby! Lots and lots (and lots!) of cloth diapers have to be washed every single day!!

  81. My toughest laundry challenge is trying to get my husband’s clothes clean. He’s a mechanic who comes home daily with lots of oil stained clothes.

  82. I am very interested in the soap nuts. My biggest challenge is getting dried an oil out of clothes. My boys do there own laundry and 95% of the time they will not treat the cooking oil on there clothes. It gets dried in and then they say “Mom can you get this stain out of my shirt. I need it tonight”. UGGGG!


  83. I’ve been wanting to try these! My biggest laundry challenge is two active boys and mud, mud, mud! I also have a little princess in cloth diapers whose diaper blow-outs are not so little. Plus, the kiddos all have very sensitive skin, so I’m curious to see if these would help.

  84. laundry challenge-my husband’s t-shirts, whites and colors, they’re always stained and we’re unable to get them really clean.

  85. went to the website and since we have no little ones i would definitely want the soap nuts, been wanting to try them for a while now actually…

  86. ooh, I’d love to try out soap nuts on gooey diaper loads. Or toddler poop accidents. or (today’s favorite) puked in pajamas. I’m sure they’d work well on everything life (and three children) throws at us.

  87. my favorite things on the site are the Cotton Babies inserts. I am still using the Fuzzibunz diapers I bought 6 years ago (a few are a bit newer, but most are that old. wow), but new inserts are always welcome!

  88. Well I work as a fish gutter for the moment. I come home everyday smelling like fish. I try and try to get the smell out with Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap. Sometimes it works other times…… Well what else can i say.

    Thank you.

  89. My greatest laundry challenge…four boys aged 8-15!

    I heard this week about even using soap nuts in a muslin bag w/ added mint or lavender and adding it to the shower head. I would love to give that a try as well!

    Love your blog!

  90. SInce all of my boys are out of diapers, I think I would choose the regular pads. But how amazingly cute are those diapers!!

  91. My biggest laundry issue? greasy stains and ring around the collar. Also, my husbands traditional antipersperant does not wash out easily with natural detergetns.

  92. My husband’s either greasy or dirty work clothes. He goes back and forth between working on farm equipment or working cattle which causes some really nasty clothing messes!

  93. the biggest laundry challenge is probably dealing with stains from kids clothing. If you don’t catch it right away, it might not be so easy to deal with later on!

  94. I would love to try these! I’ve been considering switching back to cloth pads, but have been trying to decide if I want to deal with the laundry aspect.

  95. From the Baby Bum store – I’d like to try the Bum Genius or Happy Heiny diapers. I’ve heard good things about both!

  96. Being a single gal, my biggest laundry challenges are my own messes (ie spilled coffee), but I love free (and natural stuff!)!

  97. My toughest laundry challenge is that I have so much laundry! I have four kids and we are always doing laundry.

  98. I went to their website and like the Happy Heiny Pocket Trainer for Potty Training – Snaps or No Snaps. We are going to attempt to potty train soon.

  99. I visited the baby bumn site and just love the selection they have! My little ones are out of diapers, but I was one of those moms who were addicted to trying out new diapers! I eventually just gave up all of the “fancy” diapers and used prefolds to get away from that compulsion. I do like that this store also carries cloth pads for mama! It is not that much of a step to take when you are also washing cloth diapers. Just throw them in with the diaper wash.
    .-= Stacy´s last blog ..Have you checked out the new Simple Living Media sites? =-.

  100. My biggest laundry challenge right now is my son’s cloth diapers. We are supplementing right now with formula as my production is a bit deficient :(. It has made for some…let’s say “interesting” diaper situations.

  101. At the Baby Bum Store, I think my favorite product – next to the soap nuts – are the Happy Heiny diapers…something I’ve wanted to try for a while.

  102. My toughest laundry challenge right now is keeping me cloth diapers stink free! I’d love give Eco nuts a try!

  103. I am due in 2 weeks and plan on using cloth diapers…I know those will be my hardest laundry challenge up to this point and would love to try these!

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