MomSpit: In a bottle






I'm big on carrying antibacterial with me everywhere I go, so I was just thrilled when I heard about MomSpit. The name, right up my alley. The stuff inside the bottle, a perfect concoction of no-rinse cleansers safe for my toddler and me. What I love most about this product (seriously) is the fact that when I pump it into my hand while I'm driving (because I do those kinds of things), it doesn't drip down onto my legs or the gear shift. It comes out as foam, ready to cleanse my dirty playground, grocery cart, gas pumping hands. Oh, it's good for the kid too for reasons previously stated (minus the gas pump thing. I don't make her do that. Yet). I haven't tried it on the permanent temporary tattoo that my husband placed on my toddler's arm yet, nothing seems to get that sucker off but I think I'll put MomSpit to the test tomorrow.

This alcohol-free moussing liquid comes unscented or in two lovely scents: lemon and white tea, and fig and green tea. The spit is offered in two different sizes; 7 oz. ($18.00) and 2 oz. ($9.00) or you can get a MomSpit Tag Team of both sizes ($25.00).








WIN IT!

MomSpit and MTW would like to give YOU a MomSpit Tag Team set of your choice!

To enter, just leave us a comment on this post and let us know what "fun" things you've had to clean off of your little one with your "mom spit"! We'll submit your comments to the fabulous ladies who put MomSpit into the bottle. Please don't forget your contact info, so we can get a hold of you if you win.

Winner will be chosen on Sunday, September 16th at 10:00 PM CST.

Good luck!

*See where MomSpit is available for purchase HERE.

37 comments:

Angie said...

OK - this my be kinda gross.

When my firstborn was first born, she was laying in bed right after eating, and I noticed dried milk on her upper lip.

Being that I was new to mommyhood, without thinking I licked my finger and wiped her upper lip. As SOON as I finished, I realize I hadn't yet brushed my teeth from morning breath. Ewwww...

Needless to say, I immediately jumped up and cleaned her off properly. Poor kid.

I need clean MomSpit!

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Kirsten said...

Well, there was that one mystery item on my granddaughter's face last week. We never did figure if it was dried food or well, you know.... :)

Anonymous said...

hmmmm....I have cleaned a couple faces this way before...I think it grossed me out more than it did them....Natalie
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Mama Zen said...

Lately, some of my nastiest clean-ups have been related to frogs . . .

jenna said...

I am frequently cleaning off food from my 2 year-old's face!

ellinghouse said...

most the time it's pretty harmless stuff, like the standard peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But, in rare occasions, I have cleaned off some "kitty cookies" after an incident with the litter if you know what I mean....that's probably been the worse...

Jen O. said...

I actually just yesterday wrote a post about my daughter's ubber-messy face. It was in terrible need of Mom's Spit. It was covered in sticky yogurt, then she laid down on the carpet, face first. When she got up, it was now not only caked in yogurt-stick, but also dog and cat fur!

Tamara said...

Momspit, what a great name. This would be great for our favorite snack in DisneyWorld. Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars. That chocolate covered treat melts so fast in Florida, that you have more on your hands and face then in your mouth. Momspit, would clean all of us up, not just the little one!!

vmkids said...

love this one. One of the yuckiest things to clean was roasted marshmallow!

redron said...

great stuff wish i had had it when my kids were little.

Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings said...

Mom spit... that likes the ultimate cleaner for everything, isn't it? Sorta like duct tape holds the world togehter. LOL!

With seven children, you can imagine the things I have had to clean off my kiddo's faces... dirt, dried food, dried snot, as well as a few unidentifable things... probably best I didn't know what they were.

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Brooke said...

Once I had to clean up the baby's poop from my 5 year old's face.

Qtpies7 said...

I'm with Laura, with 7 kids, I've done it all, and you probably don't want to know, lol. Most of the time it is dirt or food. But lots and lots of snot has been cleaned, too. Puke, poop, and I'll stop there.

lace said...

MomSpit. I love that name. Mostly I am cleaning dirt, sometimes it is food. Chocolate seems to be a constant on one childs face.

cyndimerritt@hotmail.com said...

I wish my Mom had this product around when I was a kid, instead of using the real "Mom spit". Thanks for offering this contest. ~Cyndi~
cyndimerritt@hotmail.com

kelli said...

I just let'em have dirty faces:)

When I have done this in the past my son says "can I lick you now?"

I would use this though if I had it.

Homemom3 said...

like Laura, I use my momspit for everything....getting hair out of the face, getting hair to stop flying, the dried food on my child's cheeks or chin, and who knows what else. I would much prefer to use something else.

Blogversary said...

Dried banana on my toddlers's face.

Julie said...

Hmmm . . . so many to choose from. Probably the mystery stuff that appears while we are riding in the car someplace and then all of a sudden when we arrive something weird has attached itself to his face and I need to clean it up. Momspit looks wonderful!

julieahudson[at]hotmail[dot]com

tevanderpool said...

please enter me

Brit said...

Let's see...marker, food, paint, dirt, dried boogers, and who knows what. I'd love to try the real mom spit instead of my own!!!

CrystalG said...

Boogers, dried food, unknown gross residue.

Aimee said...

As a mom - what haven't we cleaned off of our kids face? :) I can't narrow it down, so I'll just say EVERYTHING!!! ;)

Jilt said...

So I was making dinner one night, when Pumpkin comes in the kitchen holding what I think is a chocolate cookie. He's making horrible faces, sticking out his tongue, and drooling uncontrollably. He was also naked. I'll let you guess what I had to clean off his face and get out of his mouth - and it wasn't the chocolate cookie I thought it was... Nasty!

Lesha said...

I clean up food or dirt most of the time.. :)

Tiffany said...

Poptarts and whatever else they eat!!

Alexia said...

My handsome is only 16 months so I am just beginning with him *yipee* so far I've only used my wonderful spit to flatten his hair and get dirt off.

CPA Mom said...

Wish I had this yesterday when I had to clean off dried off stuff on my daughter's hands - turned out to be dried poop from when she wiped herself at daycare. YUCK! Goodness, I hope to win this one.

Donna said...

I've cleaned off many things off my 4 children's faces, but my 3rd child was forever getting into and eating odd (non-edible) things. I had to clean off desitin, bird poop, kitty litter and many other interesting things off her face. Gross!

Cecilia said...

Magic Maeker

Laura said...

I'm always cleaning dried up or spit up milk off of my son, and I'm sure that my "mom spit" is not helping him smell any better!!

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Divine Diva in NC said...

What an awesome name for a product!

I was hating to have to list what I have had to remove, til I saw snot, buggers, and unidentifiables listed. Now I don't feel so 'alone.'

The worst recent one was fly guts, where she smacked a fly on her face.

Thank goodness for my Purell antibacterial so that I can clean MY OWN hands after getting junk off of them.

I love the idea of your products, and would love to have some at our home.

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Anonymous said...

My kiswouldsure like this beter than my spit

Amy said...

THIS CONTEST HAS ENDED. THANKS FOR ENTERING! :)

Jason and Caryn said...

milk, emesis, stool, urine, dirt, the list goes on and on and yet i don't mind. the things we do for our little ones.
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Myrna said...

My daughter is pretty clean but food is the main thing.

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