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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Classy Kid review and giveaway

CLASSY KID


Two of the most important things to a mother when shopping for great products is ease and safety of use and clean up. Classy Kid product can fit into each of these categories. I thought the classy kid items were great and fit the need for both the child the item is intended for and the parent of that child.


For example the Keep Me Coloring Germ Defense Placemats serve many arenas. For safety so that the food the young child is eating is kept away from the dirty surface of the table. Secondly the coloring of these placemats helps to serve as a boredom buster. These great mats are like waterproof coloring paper. No need to worry about either the crayons or the mat moving since the mat will stick to the table and the shape of the crayons allows them to stay in place.







The Keep Me Clean Disposable Bibs are really nice. They are long enough to keep the child clean. The great bibs are also great for traveling. The Keep Me Clean Disposable Bibs have a crumb pocket which is great for runaway dtoplets. The bib holds securely in place so that the child may eat without getting messy and the parent can enjoy a relaxing meal time without worry of the bib falling down. When you are ready to toss the bib there is no need to worry as the bib is composed of environmentally degradable soft, waterproof material.
There are four other products that Classy kid, Inc. included in the great green and clean collection are:

  1. Public Potty Protectors which are great for little ones who are potty trained. The great potty protectors cover the seat allowing a layer of protection. The Classy Kid Inc, created the great public potty protector so that nothing intefers with pottying and makes the child feel as if he is sitting on paper toweling.

  2. Changing Table Cover which allows us to protect even the youngest of them. So many times while out in public the babies diaper will need to be changed. The great thing is that there is now a diaper changing station in most public places. The problem is that we are not always for sure that the changing table is clean. The changing table covers by classy kid Inc helps to ensure the safety.
  3. Keep Me Tidy Diaper Sacks are perfect for those natural bombs. The bombs that happen in your little ones diaper. Traveling with little ones can be most challenging when it comes to diaper changing. Now you have the perfect bag to take along on the trips to place that not so new diaper in. The great diaper sacks created by Clean Kid Inc, are safe, biodegradable and stops the spread of borne disease causing germs

Buy: You can buy these great products at various online sites as well as a variety of stores. To find the perfect location for you check here.

The great people at Classy Kid Inc, wants one of Annies Home reader a great collection of their wonderful products which include the Keep Me Coloring Placemats, Keep Me Healthy Potty Protectors, Keep Me Clean Disposable Bibs, Keep Me Clean Changing Table Covers, Keep Me Tidy Diaper Sacks.

For your chance to win: You must visit the Clean Kid Inc, website and share a germ defense fact with me

For extra entries:

  • tell me what you do to help provide a germ free environment for your child
  • grab my button and place it on your blog let me know where it is in comments (2 entries)
  • subscribe to Annies Home feed (3 entries)
  • follow me on twitter or blogger (2 entries)
  • twitter about the giveaway (3 entries)
  • blog about the giveaway (5 entries)
  • remember to leave extra comment for each entry
  • contest will run from now til April 21, 2009
  • open to everyone

100 comments:

  1. Fact: Four out of five of all illnesses are spread by touch.

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  2. We love using wipes for on the go cleaning.

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  3. I follow on twitter (entry 1).

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  4. I follow on twitter (entry 2).

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  5. I tweeted (entry 1). http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1442629603

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  8. Fact. Unfortunately it’s hard to get kids to scrub for 15 seconds, let alone wash at all.

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  9. tweet 1 http://twitter.com/misaacmom/status/1442856957

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  10. I learned 4 out of 5 illnesses are spread by touch.

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  11. I use hand gel and keep dispensers around the house to prevent germs in our house.

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  15. 90% of moms are concerned about germs, which kinda makes me wonder why the other 10% aren't.

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  17. The #1 thing we can do to stop germ transmission is to wash our hands!

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  18. I tweeted!
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  19. I follow on Twitter #2
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    Germs found in public can cause debilitating and even deadly illnesses.

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  23. I learned that 90% of moms are concerned about germs.

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  24. I follow #1

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  26. I learned 4 out of 5 illnesses are spread by touch.

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  27. The most important thing we can do to prevent germ transmission is wash our hands.

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  30. We use wipes, hand sanitizers and good ole soap and water to wash our hands and other things we touch.

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  31. I learned that 4/5 of all illnesses are spread by touch. Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I am always washing my hands. I also use wipes.

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  33. Fact: You can help by protecting them from acquiring germs in the first place. Fact. University of Arizona 2004 study.

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  34. I follow annies home. Great giveway, thanks!

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  35. I just try to keep my home as germ-free and clean as possible

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  36. Fact:The #1 thing we can do to break the path of germ transmission into the body is wash our hands for 15 seconds..
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  37. To help my kids stay germ free, we wash hands after playing outside!
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  38. i subscribe entry 1
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  41. "There are more germs per square inch found on restaurant tables than on ATM buttons, bathroom changing tables, or elevator buttons." EWWY!!

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  42. I always carry antibacterial gel in my bag and make my nanny charges clean their hands after handling shopping carts or door handles.

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  43. I am very much impressed by your blog, you can find more Changing Tables that suites your budget.

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  44. Four out of five of all illnesses are spread by touch.

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  45. Four out of five of all illnesses are spread by touch. That's enough to make me a germaphobe.

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  46. I carry around a tub of disinfecting wipes - and use them regularly!

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  47. 4/5 of all illnesses are spread by touch. Eww.

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  48. We wash our hands ALOT, & carry wipes for when we are somewhere we are unable to wash our hands.

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  49. we try to instill good hand washing practices, especially before meals

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  50. I always carry disinfectant wipes and no-water antibacterial soap for after she is done playing at the park or with other kids. Also am teaching her to wash her hands before meals.

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  51. four out of five illnesses are spread by touch
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  52. We use clorox wipes in restaraunts to help eliminate the chance of my kids getting sick.
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  53. The #1 thing we can do to stop germ transmission is to wash our hands!

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  54. That a person becomes healthier by building up their immune system through exposure to germs is a myth. Although I still think there is a ring of truth to it. My kids are sick much less often than friends' kids, who are sticklers for sanitizing their kids hands and every surface they touch.

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  57. To reduce the germs in my kids' environment, we carry disposable placemats for restaurants (not as cool as the Classy Kids ones though) and use a shopping cart cover for those dirty buggies!

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  61. 90% of moms are concerned about germs!
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  62. Four out of five of all illnesses are spread by touch. thanks for the giveaway! yyeres(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. I learned that 90% of moms are concerned about germs.

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  64. I try to keep hand sanitizer in purse to help keep germs at bay

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  65. i can't say more than Wash..wash..wash your hands to help stop the transmitting of bacteria. Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  66. One fact is that: Four out of five of all illnesses are spread by touch.

    Makes you want to wash your hands, huh? :)

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  67. Something that I do to help provide a germ free environment for my child is pretty simple - to sanitize EVERYTHING. Toys gets sanitized often and thankfully we're past some of the "putting everything in your mouth" stage!! That was rough!

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