Thanks to everyone who entered our blog giveaway this month. We're thrilled to know so many folks are interested in exploring Eucalan's many uses for baby care and beyond! Here are our lucky winners:
Please e-mail email@example.com with your shipping information so we can get your prizes out as soon as possible! Stay tuned for more giveaways next month; we'll keep you up-to-date on Facebook, Ravelry and Twitter!
Here are some of our favourite baby care tips from our fans:
"My favorite baby tip is to take baby socks (before you clean them) and pin them together using a safety pin. That way you don't lose a sock." -Liz
"Best baby tip…just go with the flow and expect the unexpected. Plus keep wipes and diapers in your purse, car, and every level of your home, because new baby explosions don't wait for anything!" -Angie S.
"My favorite baby tip is do something nice for yourself while your baby is napping. Don't spend that precious time folding laundry cause laundry can wait. Take care of yourself instead and read, nap, watch a show." -Estella
"I've used Eucalan to spot clean my kids' wool rug. Love it for all their knits and soakers too – will try it next time we need a stuffed animal cleaned." -Rammy
"For the older baby or young toddler, I suggest a pack of Post It notes for desperation airplane or road trip entertainment. Easy to clean up. Love the scent of Eucalan. Thanks for the giveaway!" -DKW
"I use Eucalan on my baby items so they are not faded from normal detergents." -Victoria B.
"My favourite baby care tip is to give babywearing a good try – for many people (not everyone!) it's a great way to keep baby close and pick up on hungry cues before the baby cries! 🙂 I've been using Eucalan for several years now on our woolies. Love the stuff!" -Juliette
We'd like to share yet another use for Eucalan when caring for your little one: washing a teddy bear! Invariably, your child's favorite friends will need a bath – and Eucalan is the perfect way to gently clean and care for stuffed animals of every persuasion! Click here to view more helpful tutorials on the Eucalan YouTube Channel.