Giveaway: AppleCheeks Diapers

Tuesday, May 19, 2009
As you know (if you read my previous post...), today is Lincoln's 5th month birthday!  I thought this would be the perfect day to announce another giveaway opportunity for one of you lucky readers.  What's on the plate?  AppleCheeks diapers!

AppleCheeks are a new type of cloth diapering system out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  Creators Ilana Grostern and Amy Appleton Venu sent Lincoln and I a diaper, 2 inserts, and booster to review a few weeks ago, and we have been using it in our rotation ever since! 
 
How it works
AppleCheeks diapers are unique in that they can be used either as a pocket diaper with an insert stuffed inside, or as a cover with the insert folded and laid on top.  The opening for the pocket is "envelope" style--instead of opening at the back end of the diaper, AppleCheeks open across the middle, creating an extra wide opening that is super easy to stuff.  While I was impressed with the ease of stuffing, I admit I was dreading the first "messy" (you know what I mean) diaper because I did not want to have to touch said "mess" to remove the insert for washing.  So, when said "mess" did occur, I decided the best course of action was to run a little experiment.  I left the insert inside, tossed it in the diaper pail, and when wash day came around, tossed the whole set into the washer.  Lo and behold, the insert washed itself out!  No touching involved at all!!  This is a HUGE plus for me.  I hate having to touch soggy inserts, so if I can just let the machine take care of that for me, BONUS!  I did search the website to see if this was the recommended way to manage the insert removal, and couldn't find any validation there so I asked Ilana via e-mail.  Sure enough, that is what they were designed to do!  That is GREAT engineering, if you ask me!

The Details
AppleCheeks is a 2-size diaper system.  Size 1 fits babies 7-20lbs.  Lincoln was sent a size 2, which is designed to fit babies 18-40 lbs.  Although Lincoln is only (ha!  only...) 16.9 lbs, we went with size 2 so that he'd be able to wear it longer.  It actually fits him great.  The diaper can be adjusted in size via a series of snaps, so we just set it at the smallest size and were good to go.

There are 10 gorgeous colors to choose from--we went with the Cherry Tomato, but it was a close call between that and St. Lucia...In addition to
our Cherry Tomato cover, we were sent 1 Hemp insert, 1 Bamboo insert, and 1 Bamboo booster to review.  The inserts themselves are flat and to use them, you tri-fold them (like a prefold--or, in non-diaper terms, like a letter).  The first way we tried these was using the Bamboo insert laid inside the cover.  I was skeptical that we'd be able to reuse the cover, thinking that the pee would soak through the insert and onto the fleece lining, but I was wrong!  When I went to change Lincoln, the only thing that was wet 
was the insert.  So, tossed that in the pail and went
on to experiment #2--the hemp insert stuffed in the pocket, with the bamboo booster laid on top.  I love how soft the bamboo is, and how absorbent the hemp is, so I figured that was a perfect combo.  Worked great!

The Website
The AppleCheeks website has some very helpful video tutorials for how to use the diapers.  In addition, there is a very extensive FAQ section, detailed care instructions, a contact form if support is needed, and a toll-free contact number.  I have e-mailed Ilana several times and always received a prompt response, so I can see that customer service is a priority!

Favorite Features
Not having to remove the insert for washing, the flat inserts (quick dry time), and the super softness of the bamboo!

Would I change anything?
This is the tough part--there are so many GREAT things about these diapers, how to come up with something to improve upon?  One thing I would love to see is a greater variety of color selection.  The colors available are beautiful, but maybe a bit limited.  

Note:  I know the color of the diaper I have is called Cherry Tomato--but, check out the incredible match to the red Hibiscus from our yard in the picture above.  They almost blend together, the colors were so identical!

What can you win?
Ilana and Amy at AppleCheeks have generously offered to give one lucky reader of Our Lincoln Log an envelope cover in the color of your choosing, plus 2 inserts and 1 booster (you pick the fabric!).   All you have to do to enter is follow the rules below:

Mandatory Entry Method:
Take a peek at the AppleCheeks website--locate their FAQ section and come back here and tell me one thing you learned about AppleCheeks diapers!
(This method must be completed for any subsequent entries to count)
BE SURE to leave your e-mail address so I can contact you, or have your profile set to public so I can find your e-mail--either way will work!

Bonus Entries:
You can earn additional entries by completing any or all of the following.  Please leave a seperate comment for each entry!:
1.  Follow @AppleCheekDipe on Twitter and tweet this giveaway!  Be sure to link to your tweet. (1 extra entry)
2.  Become a fan of AppleCheeks on Facebook and let me know that you did (or if you already were!).  Please leave your Facebook name so I can find you! (1 extra entry)
3.  Sign up to receive the AppleCheeks e-mail newsletter (on their website) and let me know that you did. (1 extra entry)
4.  Follow my blog (see right hand column of blog...), or if you already do, let me know!  (1 extra entry)

You can also do either one of the following:
5.  For bloggers:  blog about this giveaway!  Leave a link back to this post and to AppleCheeks website. Leave the permalink to your post in the comments!  (3 extra entries)
OR
6.  For non-bloggers:  send an e-mail telling at least 3 other people about this giveaway!  Include a link to this post and to AppleCheeks website in your e-mail, and be sure to CC me! (ourlincolnlog AT gmail DOT com).  Let me know you did so in the comments!  (3 extra entries)

AND, bonus daily entry method!
You can earn one extra entry PER DAY by coming back here and telling me one additional tidbit about AppleCheeks diapers~this can be anything from an answer from the FAQ, to their history about how they came to be, to your favorite color of diaper.  Please include the words "daily bonus entry" in your comment =]

❀ This giveaway is now closed!!  Thanks to everyone for entering.  I will post the winner later today! ❀

The fine print:  This contest will close on Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 at 9:00 AM.  Comments will close at that time and a winner will be chosen via Random.org.  Winner will be announced here and contacted via e-mail within 24 hours of contest closing.  Winner will have 72 hours to reply.  If winner does not reply within that time frame, a new winner will be chosen.  This giveaway is open to US and Canadian shipping addresses.  Please refer to all rules and policies here.

213 comments:

  1. I did not know this - A poopy smell on your diapers is usually as a result of a combination of detergent buildup and urine.

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  2. Tweet - http://twitter.com/Upstatemomof3/statuses/1849992502

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  3. one of the detergents they mention is claudia's choices, and i have never heard of it. maybe it is a canadian brand?

    lucycontest at gmail.com

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  4. tweet:
    http://twitter.com/lucy8180/status/1850080499

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  5. I learned that every diaper comes with complete cleaning instructions. Sweet.

    keribethmason AT gmail DOT com

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  6. I learned that they recommend stripping as necessary and that that requires 4 washes with no detergent after one with a small amount. I've heard about washing with no detergent, but I've never heard 4 cycles. Hmmm...I need to try that.
    YiddishBitterRose at gmail dot com

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  7. Bonus:

    I am now an official fan of AppleCheeks via facebook.

    Facebook name...keri chronister mason.

    Double Bonus:
    Following your blog, my dear!

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  8. tweet: http://twitter.com/ReizaM/status/1850306367
    YiddishBitterRose at gmail dot com

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  9. I learned Due to the milling process, these fabrics will create lint during washing. Sometimes this lint will compact into balls in between the layers of the flat. This is an esthetic issue only and does not affect either the absorbancy of the product, nor your baby's comfort.

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  10. I follow applecheeks on facebook

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  11. I learned that there is an 18 month warranty on snap defects and they do not recommend using a wet pail system for dirty diapers (which is good b/c I don't use a wet pail!).

    Jackie808@hotmail.com

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  12. I am now a fan of applecheeks on facebook (jackie buccigross)

    Jackie808@hotmail.com

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  13. I signed up to receive their email newsletter.

    Jackie808@hotmail.com

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  14. I follow your blog : )

    Jackie808@hotmail.com

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  15. I learned that their sizing system consists of two sizes only, making sizing your baby a cinch! Our Size 1 diaper fits from approximately 7 - 22lbs, and our Size 2 diaper fits from approximately 18 - 35lbs. Thanks for the giveaway!

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  16. I follow applecheeks on twitter and tweeted this giveaway

    http://twitter.com/annasmama0702/status/1851152749

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  17. I'm a fan of apple cheeks on facebook

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  18. I subscribe to the apple cheeks newsletter

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  19. I follow your blog

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  20. Something I didn't know: A poopy smell on your diapers is usually as a result of a combination of detergent buildup and urine. In order to rid your diapers of this buildup, please follow our stripping instructions.

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  21. tweeted http://twitter.com/momof3munchkins/status/1851227610

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  22. I'm already a FB fan- Michelle Tolsma

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  23. I learned that if you have a problem with your diaper during the warranty period, you just contact AppleCheeks™ support using our contact page. All returns must be accompanied by an original sales receipt. Upon receipt of your request, we will contact you with information as to where to send your product. Products that are returned for repair must be clean and odour-free.

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  24. I already follow applecheeks here is my tweet
    http://twitter.com/coconutsx21/status/1851624268

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  25. I just signed up for the newsletter

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  26. I just blogged the giveaway
    http://coconutsx2.blogspot.com/

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  27. I blogged the giveaway
    ENTRY #2
    http://coconutsx2.blogspot.com/

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  28. I blogged the giveaway
    ENTRY #3
    http://coconutsx2.blogspot.com/

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  29. If you have an HE washer you should wash the diapers on the Heavy Duty setting.
    mdv36@hotmail.com

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  30. you can store your diapers as long as five days between washes- crazy!

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  31. I know a lot of people say that they leave their diapers soaking, but the Apple Cheeks website says that will ruin the diaper. So that's good to know.

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  32. I tweeted here:

    http://twitter.com/dazzledbydiaper/status/1853043089

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  33. I am a fan of AppleCheeks on FB - my name is dazzledbydiapers

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  34. I blogged here #1:

    http://dazzledbydiapers.blogspot.com/2009/05/applecheeks-diapers-im-dying-to-try-ya.html#comments

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  35. I blogged here #2:

    http://dazzledbydiapers.blogspot.com/2009/05/applecheeks-diapers-im-dying-to-try-ya.html#comments

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  36. I blogged here #3:

    http://dazzledbydiapers.blogspot.com/2009/05/applecheeks-diapers-im-dying-to-try-ya.html#comments

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  37. Bamboo retains twice as much moisture as cotton


    apeak AT hotmail DOT com

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  38. I'm an email subscriber

    apeak AT hoymail DOT com

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  39. Sometimes the water-resistent substances in diaper creams that make them so effective as barrier creams can cause a buildup on your cloth diapers and cause them to repel liquids. If this happens, you need to strip them.

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  40. I am a fan of applecheeks on facebook (sarah bird)

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  41. I signed up to receive applecheeks email newsletter.

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  42. I learned that the more diapers you have and use, the longer they will last. Which makes a lot of sense...hmm, maybe I should expand my stash. :)

    girottih@yahoo.com

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  43. I follow your blog.

    girottih@yahoo.com

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  44. I emailed 3 people about this!

    girottih@yahoo.com

    (1st entry)

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  45. I emailed 3 people about this!

    girottih@yahoo.com

    (2nd entry)

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  46. I emailed 3 people about this!

    girottih@yahoo.com

    (3rd entry)

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  47. You can bleach them in the sun to get the stains out!

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  48. I learned that the Apple Cheeks warranty covers snap defects for 18 months.

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  49. I receive the Apple Cheeks newsletter.

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  50. Diaper cover shouldn't be in direct, hot sun when trying to do natural bleach from the sun.

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  51. Already following AppleCheeksDip. Tweeted,
    http://twitter.com/momof3dolls/status/1861121462

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  52. Already FB fan of AppleCheeks.

    FB name: Khrystina Dollmann

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  53. Blogged,
    http://momof3dolls.blogspot.com/2009/05/lincoln-log.html

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  54. Daily Bonus Entry: The snaps have a 18months warranty.

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  55. I liked this info.
    Q: How can I get my diapers white again after they have been stained?
    A. Staining is a byproduct of the purpose of your diapers and while they are esthetically undesirable, the general mantra is that if they smell clean, they are clean! However, we understand that some people do not want their babies sporting stained diapers, so here are our recommendations:
    • The sun makes the best natural bleach! Simply hang your diapers in the sun for an hour or two and watch stains disappear. You should avoid placing your AppleCheeks™ diaper covers in direct, hot sun.
    • Oxygen bleach products (do not use OxyClean as this is a harsh product that will eat away at your diaper's elasic) are gentle bleaching agents that effectively remove stains. Dissolve 1/4 cup of oxygen bleach in hot water in a bucket and soak your diapers for two hours, then wash and dry as normal.

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  56. I follow them on twitter
    tweet http://twitter.com/Jinxyisms/statuses/1861152639

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  57. I'm a fan of AppleCheeks on Facebook
    Christy Lowery Wiggins

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  58. I Signed up to receive the AppleCheeks e-mail newsletter

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  59. I learned that it's suggested that you wash and line dry your applecheeks diapers before the first use!

    flowers7886 at yahoo dot com

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  60. Warranty Info...

    • Snap Defects – 18 months
    • Elastic Defects – 60 days
    • Sewing/Workmanship Defects – 60 days

    This is great!

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  61. I'm an AppleCheeks facebook fan... Jill Lollar Jacobs

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  62. I learned WHY I shouldn't use diaperrash creams- they can gunk up the diaper making it repel moisture instead of absorbing. ANd what to do- strip the diaper by washing 4x w/o detergent after once with a little. It makes sense, but I didn't know. :-)

    Fentonslee at gmail dot com

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  63. i signed up for AppleCheeks newsletter!

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  64. I follow @applescheeksdipe on twitter and tweeted...

    http://twitter.com/momwithboyz/status/1861740316

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  65. I blogged #1

    http://blogginggiveaways.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks-diaper-giveaway.html

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  66. I blogged #2

    http://blogginggiveaways.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks-diaper-giveaway.html

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  67. I blogged #3vol

    http://blogginggiveaways.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks-diaper-giveaway.html

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  68. I follow @applecheekdipe and tweeted the giveaway

    http://twitter.com/fentonslee/status/1861789547

    Fentonslee at gmail dot com

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  69. I found out where I can purchase these adorable diapers! http://www.acornsoaks.com

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  70. Blogged about your giveaway.
    http://fentonslee.blogspot.com/
    Fentonslee ap gmail dot com

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  71. I know i know...i'm giving away a diaper on my site, too, but i want to win one for my twin!

    so, I learned that these diapers are made entirely in Canada!

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  72. i'm a follower on twitter and tweeted here: http://twitter.com/monkeygiveaways/status/1864075967

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  73. I didn't know you shouldn't use OxyClean on them!

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  74. I learned that they sell storage sacs which contain odors better than a wet pail.

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  75. daily bonus entry: I love the raspberry sorbet color : )

    jackie808@hotmail.com

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  76. Daily bonus entry: I love the color selection...especially the coriander.

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  77. daily bonus entry:

    AppleCheeks makes Storage Sacs to store dirty diapers in that can be washed right along with the diapers.

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  78. I learned that the sun makes the best natural bleach if there is staining.

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  79. I blogged here:
    http://emilyisland.blogspot.com/2009/05/thursdays-exhaustion.html

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  80. Can I count this as blogging about it - http://mymomsview.com/index.php/2009/05/sugar-sweet-baby-review-giveaway/comment-page-5/#comment-19834

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  81. I hope so - http://blogs.drgreene.com/contests/2009/04/30/motherhood-begins-now/

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  82. Pretty please!! - http://blogs.drgreene.com/contests/2009/04/30/motherhood-begins-now/

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  83. daily bonus entry:
    the applecheeks diapers come in 2 sizes - size 1 for 7-22 lbs and size 2 for 18-35 lbs.

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  84. FAQ - Didn't know you should wash inserts 3x before using!

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  85. I signed up for the newsletter :).

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  86. I sent an email. dwlammy at gmail dot com.

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  87. I sent that email to three friends.
    Devin Weishuhn Lammy (for the facebook entry - I forgot)

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  88. I hope that email puts me in the winner's circle :).

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  89. Bonus entry - I really love the periwinkle

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  90. I am just learning about cloth diapers in anticipation for my new baby in June so I learned alot just by reading your post. At the site, I learned about stripping which is something I hadn't learned yet. I love the colors!

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  91. Daily bonus entry-A poopy smell on your diapers is usually from detergent buildup and urine!

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  92. Daily bonus entry: I learned a baby 0-3 mos. needs an average of 14 diaper changes a day.

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  93. learned that AppleCheeks™ reusable diapers come with full customer support

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  94. Daily Bonus Entry:

    I learned that AppleCheeks come in 2 sizes and my son would need a size 2.

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  95. barbara-anne baumstarkMay 22, 2009 at 9:01 AM

    i have never heard of you company before but i would be interested to learn more about it

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  96. Neat giveaway, thanks!
    I learned that they are a two-size diaper, LOVE systems like this where you don't have to buy xs, s, m, l, xl! One size for 7-22 lbs and one size for 18-35 lbs.

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  97. I joined their mail list on the AppleCheeks website. THanks!

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  98. Daily bonus entry:

    One of my favorite colors is the coriander.

    girottih@yahoo.com

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  99. I am a new mommy and new to cloth diapers! :P I hope I win!!! I learned about the 18 month guarantee

    carverland at gmail dot com

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  100. i follow applecheek diapers on FB at becca keller carver

    carverland at gmail dot com

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  101. i follow your blog now

    carverland at gmail dot com

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  102. i follow applecheeks on twitter and tweeted @beccachats

    carverland at gmail dot com

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  103. I've always wondered how many diapers you would need to start... they say 10-12. Good to know! Thanks.
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  104. Extra daily entry
    I really like the sailors blue color

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  105. They recommend using the Heavy Duty cycle on an HE washer

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  106. I am a Facebook Fan of Apple Cheeks

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  107. daily bonus entry:
    according to their website, I will save 300 lbs of wood by using applecheeks on my little one : )

    jackie808@hotmail.com

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  108. I learnt that they are designed and manufactured in Montreal.
    capitalmom@gmail.com

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  109. I learned about the two-size system (and also that they are an "envelope cover" instead of a pocket diaper, which had me confused before cruising around their site).

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  110. I learned that AppleCheeks hemp/cotton or bamboo/cotton inserts or boosters should be washed THREE TIMES on hot and dried once before you use them.

    And this is the best tip ever...
    The sun makes the best natural bleach! Simply hang your diapers in the sun for an hour or two and watch stains disappear.

    mnlefty at gmail dot com

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  111. I'm now following "AppleCheeksDipe" on Twitter and have twittered about this contest:
    http://twitter.com/TheMinnesotan/status/1889980080

    mnlefty at gmail dot com

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  112. They recommend washing in hot water.

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  113. I already follow them and I tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/leatherbustiere/status/1890213552

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  114. Already fan of their facebook group!
    Karen Robison

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  115. I learned that in order to prevent leaks, they recommend adding absorbency with the 3 layer one-size hemp inserts and boosters.

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  116. I'm already a facebook fan: Jill H Johnson.

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  117. I already follow on twitter, and here's my tweet: http://twitter.com/jillybean986/status/1890319207

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  118. Signed up for the newsletter!

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  119. Im following on twitter and tweeted: http://twitter.com/LauraCh
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  120. Im following your blog: laura
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  121. I signed up for the newsletter, thanks!
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  122. Daily Bonus:

    i like the Sailor's Blue

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  123. Daily bonus entry:

    I found out that using disposables for one baby uses up 300 lbs. of wood! Wow!

    girottih@yahoo.com

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  124. Daily bonus entry -
    I learned that in ideal conditions it would take 250 - 500 years for a single throwaway diaper to decompose. Yuck! That's a great reason to use cloth!

    ebickell (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  125. Daily Bonus: Apple Cheeks has two great sized wet bags that will help keep soiled diaper smell odor at bay!

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  126. I learned about their warranty:
    • Snap Defects – 18 months
    • Elastic Defects – 60 days
    • Sewing/Workmanship Defects – 60 days
    It is really great that they offer this, it makes me more likely to use their product because of the guarantee.

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  127. Follow AppleCheeks on Twitter & tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/gordy93/status/1897140116

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  128. Signed up for the newsletter.

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  129. Blogged:
    http://lee-annwantsfreestuff.blogspot.com/2009/05/our-licoln-log-giveaway.html

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  130. Blogged:
    http://lee-annwantsfreestuff.blogspot.com/2009/05/our-licoln-log-giveaway.html

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  131. Blogged:
    http://lee-annwantsfreestuff.blogspot.com/2009/05/our-licoln-log-giveaway.html

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  132. Daily bonus entry:
    I love the periwinkle colour.

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  133. They have Applecheeks sacs for the disposal of the diapers.
    Thank you fro the giveaway!
    valuedcustomer(at)live(dot)com

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  134. I follow your blog.
    mdv36@hotmail.com

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  135. AppleCheeks™ comes with a three-pronged approach to customer service.

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  136. I signed up for their newsletter under apsychreviews at gmail dot com

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  137. I've learnt that you have to wash your diaper once and your inserts three times prior to use.

    coccinelle@michelf.NOSPAMcom

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  138. and i blogged (3) with the permalink here: http://monkeys-on-the-bed.blogspot.com/2009/05/didnt-win-apple-cheeks-more-diaper.html

    thanks Kelly! :)

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  139. daily bonus entry: didn't know i was supposed to wash my inserts 3x before using! oops! they should be good to go now!

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  140. Blogged ya: http://chil-koffs.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks.html
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  141. #2
    Blogged ya: http://chil-koffs.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks.html
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  142. #3
    Blogged ya: http://chil-koffs.blogspot.com/2009/05/apple-cheeks.html
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  144. Daily bonus entry: Favorite color is Cherry Tomato. Although, Sailors Blue is a close second!
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

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  145. That sometimes diaper rash creams can cause your diapers to repel and it can cause leaks. You need to strip your dipes if this happens.

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  146. I learned that for my new baby I need approximately 12 Envelope Covers 36 Inserts for the cover insert system.

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  147. I'm a fan on facebook. Virginia Nickelson

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  148. I'm following your blog.

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  149. I love the Coriander color!

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  150. I learned that you should hang dry the covers

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  151. Signed up for their newsletter@

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  152. Today I learned that the inserts come in bamboo or hemp. Two sustainable, natural and absorbent fibres! Great idea.

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  153. daily bonus entry:
    i learned today on their site that each diaper comes w/ a full set of cleaning instructions (always a good thing) : )

    jackie808@hotmail.com

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  154. I learned that they also sell storage bags!

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  155. I learned the recommend we wash the diapers on HOT! YAY!

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  156. I follow Apple Cheeks on Twitter & tweeted
    http://twitter.com/fraase/status/1906735309

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  157. I am a fan of Apple Cheeks on FB (Mel Fraase)

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  158. Daily Entry Bonus: Size 1 diapers fits a baby up to 20 lbs....WOW!!! With Size 2 overlapping at 18 pounds, you really do only need the two sizes.

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  159. Daily bonus entry:

    Apple Cheeks are both designed and manufactured in Montreal, Quebec, Canada!


    girottih@yahoo.com

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  160. daily bonus entry--

    my favorite color is st. lucia!

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  161. daily bonus entry
    Q: How do I store my dirty diapers?
    A: We recommend our AppleCheeks™ Storage Sacs for storage of your dirty diapers. We do not recommend a wet pail system as this can damage your diapers over time and lead to mould problems. See our care instructions for more infomation. AppleCheeks™ Storage Sacs are leak-proof, and, when sealed with the toggled drawstring, do an amazing job at keeping odours IN the bag! We recommend purchasing more than one Size 2 Storage Sac so that when one is in the wash there is another one for your dirty diapers. Our Size 1 Storage Sacs are the perfect size for day trips!

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  162. daily bonus entry - I also love the Applecheeks in red!

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  163. daily bonus entry:
    i also learned from their that a poopy smell on diapers could be a result of a combination of detergent buildup and urine. In order to rid your diapers of this buildup, you should follow their stripping instructions.

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  164. "Unplugged" bonus entry!

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  165. Daily bonus entry: I also like the Coriander color.

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  166. daily bonus

    I also like the St. Lucia

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  167. daily bonus entry: I learned that the 3-Layer One Size Hemp Inserts can be used in the diapers to prevent leaking at night!

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