Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is PayPal safe to use?
PayPal protects your financial information with industry-leading security and fraud prevention systems. When you use PayPal, your financial information is not shared with the merchant. Once your payment is complete, you will be emailed a receipt for this transaction.
2. Can I order from another Province and have the product delivered/mailed to another location?
Yes we offer shipping to anywhere inside Canada. Within the surrounding area we will deliver it personally to save you additional fees. All orders from outside the province its best to order via phone, to avoid any confusion. Simply use the online ordering and once your cart is ready to go phone in and tell the representative what products and how many you would like.
3. Do I need a cover with my Pocket Tot, Easy Fit, or Tini Fit?
No, the Pocket Tot, Easy Fit, and Tini Fit are all perfect alone. That isn't to say if you wanted to use one you couldn't!
4. Can I use my Swimmi as a Diaper Cover?
Yes the Swimmi can be used as a diaper cover, it isn't recommended to use the same diaper for both uses however.
5. How many diapers do I need?
Newborn babies will generally go through 8-12 diapers in a 24 hour period. Since you don’t want to be doing laundry every single day (to reduce laundering costs and to avoid wearing out your diapers too quickly), we recommend that you have at least 24 diapers – enough for a non-stressful rotation. If you are using a diaper that needs a wrap, you should probably have at least 6 wraps.
Once your baby is a little older, at approximately 6 months, you won’t have to change diapers as frequently. At this point, you can have fewer diapers in your rotation and still not have to do laundry too often. We recommend about 18 diapers, and 4 wraps (where applicable).
6. Why should I choose organic cotton?
Organic cotton is hands down the greenest and most sustainable choice when it comes to cloth diapering fabrics. Organic cotton is grown without the use of fertilizers or pesticides. Growing cotton organically is environmentally sustainable: it protects water quality, conserves biodiversity, and reduces soil erosion. Not only that, organic cotton is very soft, very absorbent, and entirely free of toxic chemicals – all very desirable qualities in a fabric that will be spending a lot of time in direct contact with baby’s tender skin!