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November 14, 2010

Dapple Baby Cleaning Products.

How many of us moms like to clean? Yeah I know what you are thinking...Your thinking Im crazy asking you if you LIKE to clean. I guess I should ask who likes to clean with cleaners that are safe for your baby and your family? I think I have a few more yes' with that question. While searching for safe cleaners for baby and family I found a company called Dapple Baby. Here is a little from them:

At Dapple, we know that babies come with their own unique cleaning challenges – whether it’s trying to get rid of the milk, odor, and film you find on baby bottles, or keeping baby’s toys and hands clean without harsh chemicals. Created with input from leading pediatricians and a team of chemists with expertise in green cleaning technology, each one of our products is specially formulated to solve a different baby-related cleaning problem, with natural-based ingredients that are baby-friendly – and designed to address the specific issue at hand.

Dapple Baby carries some neat and unique products. They have their Dapple Baby Laundry, Dapple Baby dish soap and dish washer powder, and Dapple Baby toy wipes and spray.

I was sent a travel pack of toy wipes to try out and use. I typically will use some spray bottle that I got from the store that is not really child friendly and smells horrific, or I will use baby wipes. One night I was doing some deep cleaning and putting some toys away for the winter and decided to go to town and do some deep cleaning. I busted out my pack of toy wipes and took a good smell. I was pleasantly surprised that my nose didn't fall off and that my stomach wasn't churning from a nasty smell. I actually think these wipes smell pretty good for a cleaner! I also love that these are a natural, organic baby friendly cleaner.

I decided to clean my sons tool work bench that he had attached earlier in the day after eating some left over Halloween chocolate. Its kind of hard to tell in the picture but the white faucet and knobs as well as in the sink and on the top flat area with the lines on it were smeared with chocolate. (there is also some of his lovely art work inside of the sink created with crayon...)


I started with the clean side of the tool bench and worked my way around to the dirty side. The wipes gave the bench a nice and fresh look. When I got to the sink I got out a new wipe and went across the flat area. It took the dried on chocolate off really easy. I had to use a couple of swipes across the faucet because of the bend and hidden places. It didn't do much as far as the crayon marks but I was over all very happy with how they did on the sink! I then went on to wipe down his ride on car and slide that I was going to put in storage for the winter. They were not to dirty but I was watching where I was cleaning and did notice a difference after I was finished.

My husband HATEs smelly things. So when I get a new dish soap or detergent in the house that smells I get comments about it. When I opened these wipes he did give a comment but it was more like 'they still smell but not as bad.' lol

If you are looking for some baby friendly cleaners check out Dapple Baby. Their laundry detergent is even cloth diaper friendly.
You can go HERE to find a store near you that sells Dapple Baby Products.

Have you ever used the Dapple Baby products? What did you think?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I know this is a super old post, but I just wanted to comment that I LOVE the Dapple dish detergent. I use it for our bottles and the suds rinse away so nicely, plus it really does seem to do a better job on the milk residue!