The Vital Baby Aquaint blogger challenge

Until recently I’d not heard of Aquaint – it’s basically a sterilising solution which kills 99.9% of bacteria but what makes this one special is that its 100% natural – no alcohol or nasty chemicals to sting sensitive skin or get into your system, meaning not only is it safe to swallow but its safe for you to use with your newborn. It doesn’t even need to be rinsed off.
At first I felt somewhat untrusting of it – how could something that was basically just fancy water possibly clean something thoroughly enough to make things safe for my baby girl to put in her mouth?  As I read more about it I started to see that it makes sense:
Aquaint is a revolutionary 100% Natural Sanitising Water that also kills 99.9% of Bacteria in seconds.  The water provides the base for it to be highly effective as a cleanser, and its only other ingredient, a NATURAL ACID (Hypochlorous Acid) which is produced in the human body to fight bacteria and germs, provides its anti-bacterial properties. Aquaint is endorsed by Allergy UK as an “Allergy Friendly Prodcut”.  Aquaint is that safe it passed offical UK Drinking Water tests, and is arguably the safest sanitsier on the market.
So myself and several other lovely bloggers were challenged to use Aquaint in as many different ways as possible . . .
1. Cleaning hands
No amount of alcohol gel or sanitising spray is a substitute for good old soap and hot water in my opinion however Aquaint is fab for those times when you’re nowhere near a sink – out on a picnic, in the park or even down on the farm.  We visited a couple of farms over the Easter holidays and it was great to have on hand (pardon the pun) for peace of mind between hand washing stops!
2. Potty training
We’ve been working hard on Chloe’s potty training for about a month now and the Aquaint has been an absolute god send – aside from the obvious hand cleansing I’ve also been using the full size bottle to give the potty a quick spritz once I’ve emptied it and rinsed it out.  It just gives me peace of mind.
3. Cleaning toys 
Amy is now at that delightful age where she’s able to grab and hold onto toys and of course this means they head straight for her mouth.  Now I’m not too fussy and don’t sterilise everything in sight however when we’re out and about and she’s using “shared” toys I am a bit more careful so the hand travel size is just fantastic for giving those toys a quick clean before she explores them thoroughly!
4. Cleaning p*ssy marbles
This is a pretty specific use and one I hope you don’t need!  Last weekend Ben and Chloe were playing with marbles on the tuff spot in the back garden when I suddenly realised they were splashing them in a puddle. Oh yes you guessed it. Chloe had managed to wee on the tuff spot and they were playing in it!  We quickly scooped the marbles up in the colander (nice), gave them a good rinse off and a thorough spray with Aquaint to make sure they were properly clean and safe to play with.

*Disclaimer – We were provided with Aquaint samples free of charge for the purposes of taking part in this challenge but all thoughts and opinions are my own*


  1. May 12, 2014 / 7:05 am

    Great review hun, it really is perfect for potty training isn't it? Love all the photos.

    • May 12, 2014 / 7:19 am

      Its absolutely ideal!

  2. Pam Francis Gregory
    May 12, 2014 / 7:33 am

    Looks like a great product. Thanks for the review.

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