Free Stuff: nappy and fridge magnet


Free Babylove Nappy

Got a baby? Babylove is giving out a free sample of their product. Using their DriWeave technology, Babylove nappies are designed to maximize liquid absorption, which keeps your baby dry while minimizing skin contact meaning less irritation that can lead to itchiness and rashes.


Free fridge MagnetFree Fridge Magnet

The Chlorine Chemistry Division of the American Chemistry Council and industry likes to make sure that customers understand that the products that make modern living possible are safe for you and your family as well as being safe for the environment. With this in mind, they are giving away some important information about The Chlorine Tree and safe drinking water and when you order the free material, they will throw in a free fridge magnet reminding you and your family about keeping things clean and safe in the kitchen.


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