Product Review and Giveaway: purECOsheet

Life with a new baby has been really busy and at times INSANE.  But I have to say that this 3rd one has been easier than I had imagined.  Simeon has been a very laid back kid and is not demanding, except when absolutely necessary.  He’s always got a smile for me and I could spend hours just tickling him and soaking in his cuteness.

One mystery I’ll never figure out, though, is the formula for how laundry multiplies when you add another person to the household.  You’d think that it would just go up by a load or 2 a week.  Not a chance.  It’s like it’s this strange equation that involves numbers and exponentiation.  I don’t even wanna try to wrap my brain around it!

And as you know, doing laundry for kids with skin sensitivities is not a walk in the park, either.  I grew up on that “April fresh scent” which has gone from a benign sweetness that makes your clothes smell fresh and clean, to a headache-inducing stench that lasts on your laundry for weeks on end.  That’s not to mention what it does to your skin or the inside of your dryer’s drum.

When I was approached by purECOsheet about doing a product review for their reusable dryer sheets, I jumped at the chance!  I am always in need for something that is reusable and easy, but at the same time something that is going to be safe and gentle on my family’s skin.  I also use these when laundering the fabric for my shop, Snickerdoodle Stew, and I am confident it will be safe for whoever wears the garments made by me!

PurECOsheet is a set of fabric dryer sheets that are reusable.  You can use them on any fabric, in any load, and they take care of all that staticky mess that happens when you don’t use a dryer sheet!  Their product is 100% hypoallergenic, and perfume, dye and chemical free. You can even use it if you have eczema or allergies…even on the baby’s laundry!  You can use these even if the fabric says not to because there are NO CHEMICALS involved in this product!

These are amazingly easy to use.  You throw them in the dry for 3 uses, then wash them with any old load of laundry.  Then use them for 3 months and wash them again.  Repeat!  It’s so easy!  I just leave them in my dryer when I switch the loads out.  My kids could even do that!

The generous people at purECOsheet have not only provided ME with a set of these amazing dryer sheets, but they want one of Allergic to Air’s readers to have a set, too!  All you have to do is enter with the Rafflecopter link below!  The giveaway starts Monday, December 4 at 12 midnight (EST) and will end Sunday, December 9 at 11:59pm (EST)!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Don’t wanna wait to grab this amazing product?  PurECOsheet is offering a 10% discount to Allergic to Air readers when you use the code ALLERGICTOAIR with your purchase!

I was not paid for my endorsement of this product.  I was supplied with one set of purECOsheets for my review.  The thoughts shared in the above review belong to me.  And caffeine. 

 

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4 Responses to Product Review and Giveaway: purECOsheet

  1. Ashley B says:

    So, I’m assuming that since there are no chemicals, they are cloth diaper safe? Does the company say anything about that?

    • Jessica says:

      Here’s what the website says: “You can use purecosheets with all your baby’s clothing. If you read the back of a box of traditional dryer sheets, it will warn you NOT to use their product on children’s clothing. Since our product does not reduce the clothing’s flame resistance it is safe for use on any fabric, including your baby’s favorite pajamas. Cloth diaper manufacturers will also instruct you NOT to use chemical based dryer sheets on your cloth diapers because it makes them less absorbent (and no one wants that when it comes to diapers…).” So they tell you why the CD manufacturer’s say not to use them, so I’m guessing that means it’s OK to, since they don’t have the chemicals in them that would mess with the absorbency.

  2. Beth Baker says:

    I love reusable stuff for around the house: it just makes so much sense! Awesome.

    p.s. I wouldn’t use them on my cloth diapers. I made some wool dryer balls and I use those.

  3. Jenni says:

    Ooh these sound like a great upgrade from my plastic made in China dryer balls! I have seen wool dryer balls but I’m a vegan, so I’m glad there’s a third option!

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