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all Free Clear Laundry Detergent Review & Giveaway


To help new moms manage, all® Free Clear is teaming up with Kerry Colburn, author of How to Have Your Second Child First, to create a forum at www.facebook.com/alllaundry for first-time moms to share tips and seek out advice from other moms who have been there before. There, both first time and experienced moms can help each other save time and money, while still showering their newborn with all that it needs. The all® Facebook page will also provide money saving advice and a downloadable coupon.


all® Free Clear is the number one free clear detergent and is pediatrician and dermatologist recommended for sensitive skin. It is free of perfumes and clear of dyes, and gently lifts away tough baby stains. Importantly for new moms on a budget, all® Free Clear costs fifty percent less than Dreft®!

When I had my first child, I bought everything under the sun. If it was cute, or said "for babies" I just had to have it. By the time I had my second child, I had learned what I really needed and what I didn't. I learned that the same product packaged two different ways, was still the same product. I discovered all Free Clear because I have sensitive skin and don't like perfume and dyes in my detergent. I realized fast that all Free Clear was the same thing as the other brand of "for babies" laundry detergent and started saving my family money by buying only one detergent for everyone. all Free Clear is a great detergent that gets our clothes clean and fresh without irritating mine and L's sensitive skin. It all saves me time because I don't have to separate L's clothes from everyone elses.

How to Have Your Second Child First: 100 Things That Are Good to Know the First Time Around is a great book I wish I had had when J was born. It highlights a lot of tips that may seem like common sense, yet when you're holding your first born, nothing makes sense. These tips help you save money, time and your sanity. "You don't need a changing table"! Yes, it's cute and matches the furniture, but you don't need it. I have never bought one and have never regretted it. "You can leave your baby with other people". I still have a hard time with this even though J is 4. But the few times we have, dear Hubby and I have really enjoyed our time quiet time together. "Dress your baby in whatever is easiest". We got a ton of super cute baby clothes for our son's shower. Adorable outfits with with matching accessories. Let me just say, everything is cuter on the hanger. I learned fast to dress the boys in was easy for diaper changes and spit up messes. They don't always match but they don't mind either.

WIN IT!

One lucky Oh My Baby reader will win their own copy of How to Have Your Second Child First and coupons for free all Free Clear laundry detergent. Leave me a comment by July 2nd, 11:59pm EST. US Addresses only. Good Luck!

To Enter: (this is mandatory)
Leave me a comment telling me a tip to help save money or time with a new baby. You don't have to have a baby to have advice.

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I received this product free of charge for review on my blog. It was the only compensation I received. All views and opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

39 comments:

Rachel said...

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I follow your blog #2.

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I follow your blog #1.

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Rachel said...

My advice is, don't take anyone's advice...confusing, right? Everybody has the way they did things, but you know what is best for your baby! Trust your instict!

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A tip to save time is to have diapers everywhere in the house cause you never know when you are going to change them jk{dot}gorcery{at}gmail{dot}com

Katy said...

I follow your blog #3

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I follow your blog #2

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I follow your blog #1

Katy said...

I suggest using the store brand formula- we started out with Enfamil & later switched to Sam's Club brand. It has saved us so much money & seems to work just the same.

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Rachel C said...

My advice is not to buy all the "baby stuff" unless you really think you need it. So much of it just takes up room in the house and you hardly use it, and then they grow out of it!
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Wehaf said...

To save money - use cloth diapers. The cost upfront is higher, but you save way more money overall.

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jakiesmom said...

we saved alot of money by getting his cousins hand me downs...i now only add a few key pieces to his wardrobe each season
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Night Owl Mama said...

BY DIapers in bulk and never buy them unless you have a coupon!! Save money :D WE love all free in clear it's perfect for children with eczema too!

Champagne Wisdom said...

What a great giveaway! I could definitely use this with baby #2 on the way AND a 5 year old with allergies!! Favorite tip - can you save money with a baby?? Haha! I try to scavenger as many yard sales and consignment shops as I can - as well as Ebay and diapers.com - you can definitely save money that way!!

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Champagne Wisdom said...

Follower - entry 3 :)

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Champagne Wisdom said...

New follower - entry 2 :)

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Champagne Wisdom said...

I'm a new follower - yay!

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Champagne Wisdom said...

Instead of a blog, I tweeted (I have 576 followers) :)

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wigget said...

sign up for various newsletter from popular baby product brands since they usually send samples and/or coupons

Anonymous said...

my money saver tip is to use cloth diaper and wash clothes at home, Only use the wipes and disposables away from home!

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Anonymous said...

use diaper coupons in conjunction with store sales & gift card promos- I've been able to get name brand diapers for $3 a pack many times!
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bluerose_shelnut said...

My advice on saving money...CVS. Since we've discovered extra credit back, it's been amazing at the free HBA items we've got. (We just got a CASE of name brand diapers for $7 between sale and coupons).
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SH said...

Stock up on diapers & wipes while there cheap ! no last minute runs to the store

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