Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Reuseit Review and Giveaway


Reuseit is a company with a whole host of wonderful reusable products! They carry Produce bags, snack bags, cloth diapers, lunch boxes, and much more! :-) 

Reuseit sent me a Klean Kanteen Sippy Cup! Our daughter is constantly chewing on everything. Which includes her sippy cups. A sippy cup might last her a month without leaking. Usually she chews through the top sooner then that tho and it's leaking by two weeks. I wanted to find something that was way more durable. I've had this sippy cup for about a month now and it still looks brand new! :-) Also if my daughter did happen to eventually chew up the sippy part, it gets lost, or broken you can purchase the Sippy Cup Adaptor Kit from Reuseit as well and tada you have a brand new sippy cup again! ;-)

The other thing I always hated about the plastic sippy cups was no matter how much you scrubbed them they still smelled as though they had rotten milk in them. *EW* This sippy however comes clean and smells fresh after every wash! 

I've had it leak a few times just a little and it's usually because I haven't put the lid on right. However like any sippy cup it isn't meant to be turned upside down and pounded! ;-)

Buy it: Would you like to purchase your own Klean Kanteen Sippy cup? Check out Reuseit and see what fun colors they come in! ;-)

Win it: One (1) of Mama's Sew Sweet Baby readers will win a $25 Gift Certificate to Reuseit

Enter using the Rafflecopter Form below! :-)





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5 comments:

Robin said...

We use cloth bags when buying things, but most importantly we don't buy things we don't need. Reuse, repurpose then recycle. Thanks for the giveaway! cokelush at gmail

Michelle P. said...

I am going green by repurosing my husband's old shirts into shirts for my baby.

nicolesender said...

i recycle newspapers into starter plant pots.
nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

Chrystal @ Happy Mothering said...

Our latest switch is to only eat organic chicken and grassfed beef.

Sarah Hull said...

I am going green by composting, buying local, organic produce through a CSA and cloth diapering!

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