We recommend washing rather then dry cleaning for the Baby Wrap. Use gentle wash cycle from cold to 40 degrees, or hand wash and use a good brand of gentle soap powder or liquid (with no bleach). If hand washing, rinse well to help prevent staining caused by oxidation of cellulose by the leftover soap build-up. Line dry your Wrap in the sun for best result. Machine drying could result in damaged fabrics due to over drying.
Our Bib are embellished with a lot of different fringe, pom-poms, tassels and other notions. These embellishments require special cares.
- Machine wash bibs with light colors or hand wash.
- Wash your bibs with a natural phosphate free detergent on a gentle cycle.
- Re-shape and hang or lay flat to dry with fringe facing up.
- If you hand wash, squeeze out water and hang to dry in a shady area.
- Iron well to get it back to looking new.
- Washing might change the look of the embellishments and trims.
- Never bleach or tumble dry.
BLANKET / COT SHEET
We recommend using cold machine wash on delicate cycle. Tumble dry low. Use gentle soap powder or liquid (with no bleach).
We recommend to avoid contact with water, direct lighting and heating sources. If the baby shoes do get wet, let them dry and tap them gently with a soft, neutral-colored cloth. Avoid over-exposure to direct lighting and keep them away from direct sources of heat such as radiators.
To remove small amounts of dirt or spots from your leather baby shoes, you can use a dry nubuck/suede sponge or napping brush to gently remove the dirt. If necessary, you can use a soft damp cloth (not too wet) and gently clean the shoes by tapping them with the cloth to remove any persistent stains. Once finished cleaning, allow the shoes the time to dry, but do not place them in the sun or near a heater. The shoes cannot be washed in a washing machine.
We advise not to use any leather sprays for baby shoes to avoid that young children are exposed to hazardous chemicals.
We like to think of it like the bottom of a shoe. It is understood it will be used, worn, and even get dirty. The top side is what we play on and see. For muddy, food chunks, or messy areas on the back, you can spot treat it just like the top. Use a soapy wet rag to clean specific areas. It's a sturdy material and can handle cleaning.
Food and dirt marks: We recommend a simple product like Mrs Meyers cleaning spray (or any other brand equivalent). Spray the mat down, and scrub with a wet washcloth. With dried-on or sticky foods, you may have to scrape or scrub pretty hard. Clorox wipes are great for sanitizing.Stubborn stains: Baby oil is our go-to for a magic cleaning. Rubbing alcohol may also help with certain stains, although we do not recommend using alcohol on printed mats (it can take off the ink). Greasy stains/shiny marks: Get a sponge sudsy with dish soap and scrub. Then, wipe it clean with a wet washcloth.
Ways to get the wrinkles out :
Laying the mat out flat in the sun for an hour or so can help release wrinkles. You can also steam the underside of the mat until the wrinkles release. Do not iron.