diapers and leave soft, clean diapers at your door. You're not washing constantly to keep up if your child is ill or even worse running out and having to get disposables at a premium cost.
What do I do if I am going on holidays? Can I pause the service? Can I take them with me?
Yes, you can take the diapers with you, they are actually really easy to take everywhere. We will simply arrange your holidays prior to leaving and give you a double order, so you have lots with you. Please contact us for tips on travelling, so you don't even know you have dirty diapers with you. If you can't take them with you, yes you can pause the service, no problem. We need to pause your service from you delivery day to delivery day, so if you are leaving at times that doesn't fit with your delivery schedule, contact us and we will work out pick-up times and locations. If you are wanting a credit for when you are away, all diapers and soakers both clean and dirty need to be returned, prior to leaving, with cleans in a separate bag. Then we simply start fresh when you return.
Don't diaper services use chemicals to clean?
Most do, but we don't. We use eco-friendly laundry soap and oxy-bleach. Our diapers are tested for residue and ph levels. Chemical stain fighters are only used as a last resort. If stains won't come out, 20% of stained diapers are recycled to charities and the rest are resold for home-washing.
Why do you only pick up once per week?
The best response is, it's a waste of fuel and energy, as most people are using cloth diapers to help our Earth. Plus, coming to you twice per week isn't a help, even to you. We want the service to be convenient and trying to remember different days instead of one scheduled day per week isn't convenient. Instead, we have pails that work hard to keep odour at bay, plus our fabulous Bear-spray and we can also give you an extra bag to switch mid-week if you wish.
Will I have to change more diapers?
No. Guidelines state that you should change your baby's diaper every 3-4 hours or more during the day (more often for newborns), so this remains the same