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September 24, 2007

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definitely call the company. give them the lot number and date of manufacture from the box or bag and they will certainly send you coupons for at least one replacement. we use pampers cruisers for the same reason, they are pricey but work, and when something goes wrong, you betcha I let 'em know!

I have had a lot of luck with calling the manufacturer direct. Just look for their 800 number on the package. When you call, they may ask for the lot number. I have gotten a full set of dishes, a replacement floor from Pergo, coupons for food products, etc. The floor took a lot of follow-up calls but it was eventually taken care of so it does pay to call the manufacturer.

"Tyffanye"! Ha! You are a hoot!

ALWAYS contact the manufacturer- Huggies sent me coupons for two free cases when I was only complaining about a small package. They don't want to piss you off.

I had a box of Huggies that the side tabs didn't work. I called Huggies directly, didn't need to load up 5 kids to take them back to the store, and they sent me a check to cover the price of the diapers and coupons. Plus I kept using the diapers - they worked fine with a little duct tape!

Yes, I save all my receipts and since I am at Target every Friday (I am sure they have a 12 step program for this) it would have been no big deal. If they wouldn't have taken them back, that would have been the end of the line. If I came across another box then I would definitely call the company.

Funny you should mention returns and how you're treated:

http://shesjustanothermanicmommy.blogspot.com/2007/09/you-fucked-with-wrong-marine.html

Not happy and NOT returning to that store - EVER.

Thanks for the laugh. Yes, I would write the company and get a new pack of diapers. I wouldn't tell them you were 2/3 of the way through though. Enjoying your blog lately.

I would just call the manufacturer and don't bother with the store that sold them. I bet they'll have you throw those away and they'll send you coupons for a free pack.

Yes, I would return them.

Yes, I email companies. I even emailed Nigel Marvin wanting to know why he didn't make an Odie O Ben Say Tops toy to go with his extinct sea animal book. Because the stress that caused me....

Yes, I always email the company when there's a defect in their product. I had a problem with P*mpers diapers busting open during the night (after having no issues with the same size, on the same child, for months). They sent me a free bag (coupon) plus coupons for all sorts of shit.

I just recently had a package of K*tex pads that were cut wrong. Five of the pads were butchered and unusable. I emailed them, and got a free package of pads (coupon) and coupons ... guess... for all sorts of useless shit.

It's definately worth the time to report it. They will track the production code, and if necessary, pull that line off the shelves.

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