Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Wet Ones Survival Kit {Giveaway - Ends 3/13} (CLOSED)

This giveaway is closed. Congrats to the winner listed below!




It's cold outside and warm inside. You know what that means...especially if you have kids. It means GERMS! We've had the worst winter this year for sickness in our house. My son went to the doctor for the first time (other than well check ups) when he was sick in December. And we have been back 5 other times since then. Ugh. I was sick after Christmas and ended up at the doctor for the first time in MANY years. It's been a germy winter.

One way that we can help combat the germs is with Wet Ones antibacterial wipes. Since Wet Ones come in 3 different packaging sizes, I can have them available wherever we go. I keep the canister in the house for quick wipes, the travel pack is great for the car and I can keep the individually packaged wipes in my purse, my son's lunch bag and more. I always make my son wipe his hands after we've been anywhere: store, friend's house, doctor's office, etc. So it's great to have these available in different varieties to have on hand everywhere.

Here is a handy guide to help you out this cold and flu season:



I find Wet Ones wipes to be useful for many different things. They help to keep my family safe and healthy. And using the tips above we can help ourselves and keep from passing germs to others too. Wet Ones are great because they are for every day use. This is something that I keep on hand all year round. With little kids, there is always a mess to clean up.

You can find Wet Ones in stores near you. For more about Wet Ones, visit http://wetones.com/. And Wet Ones would like to give one of you a chance to win a Wet Ones Survival Kit just like I received with Canister, Singles and Travel varieties of Wet Ones. All you have to do is enter in the Rafflecopter form below.

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*Disclaimer: I received this product to review. All opinions are my own.*

36 comments:

Erica Ardali said...

I remind them to wash their hand often.

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eclairre said...

I encourage thorough hand washing.

Mami2jcn said...

I remind them to wash their hands and give them vitamins.

I'm entering on the rafflecopter with my Facebook username Mary Happymommy.

Thanks!

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tristatecruisers said...

Having them wash their hands more :)

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rubynreba said...

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables.
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Amy W. said...

We are always washing our hands. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

puffpastryshop said...

We handwash with fun foaming soap.

katychick said...

we all get the flu shot
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lisa said...

good hand washing...=D
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Laura said...

We make sure that we keep a clean kitchen area so there are no worries of too many germs when preparing dinner!

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janetfaye said...

I make sure that we are eating fresh vegetables and fruit.

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Nikki said...

Hand washing is the biggest push! ngiraldi at gmail dot com

Nikki said...

Hand washing is the biggest push! ngiraldi at gmail dot com

Cathleen said...

Always wash hands

Lauren said...

We take alot of vitamins

sueparks2003 said...

Washing their hands well, not touching their faces (when possible), not getting real close to someone that is sick.
Gladys P
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rachwinga said...

be sure to wash and sanitize our hands!

Lori Sifuentes said...

We wash our hands often.

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ali said...

Eat good foods, stay active and don't keep them from germs and dirt so there immune systems build up. Works for us as adults my husband and I don't get sick.

Bianca Roman said...

I try to get my two year old son to either wash his hands or put antibacterial on them after he rubs his drippy nose!

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Shannon said...

We make sure we get plenty of sleep and wash our hands frequently


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Mami2jcn said...

I entered your Kroger giveaway with my FB username (Mary Happymommy)

Elena said...

We wash our hands and use wet wipes at school

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Entered your Kroger giveaway

Jennifer Lamont said...

Handwashing is a must, keeping a clean house (Disinfecting surfaces), and keeping hand sanitizer handy..

Karin said...

encourage drinking OJ / cranberry juice for vitamin C

Sandi Coughlin said...

I make sure they wash their hands often and use a tissue when they sneeze.
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Missy L said...

I'm obsessed with hand washing. If we're in a situation where that isn't possible then we at least sanitize.

Missy L said...

I also entered the Kroger giveaway

Momma Needs Coffee said...

I remind them to cover their coughs and sneezes and to wash their hands.I also use Lysol quite a bit.

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SavingsInSeconds said...

We wash hands like crazy. Also, getting enough sleep & drinking lots of water.
Dede

Tabathia said...

take vitamin c and other vitamins

Tabathia said...

entered krogers giveaway

Cheryl Free said...

Lots of handwashing ヅ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

Mari said...

We wash hands often and take extra vitamin c.

Jenny said...

I remind them to wash their hands