Monthly Archives: May 2013
Defects are rare, but they do occasionally occur and we apologize wholeheartedly if you have received a defective Thirsties product. We stand behind our products and are happy to work with you to provide a resolution.
- Your product is under limited warranty for possible return for up to 1 year after the original purchase date.
- Defects include loose stitching, holes discovered upon arrival, broken snaps, etc.
- Staining, fading, holes that develop with use and potential build-up are all considered normal ‘wear and tear’ and does not suffice for repair or replacement purposes.
- Leaks are not considered a defect. Please search our database for detailed instructions in battling leaks or call us and we will be happy to troubleshoot with you to ensure successful cloth diapering.
- If your products were damaged by the use of additives or improper care, the warranty will be void.
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My first encounter with the PBS Kids‘ show Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood was this past fall when the TV show aired. I was so excited when I heard the theme song start and I recognized the tune from the beloved Mr. Rogers Neighborhood of my childhood. My four-and-a-half year old son loved the show from that first episode and we have been avid Daniel Tiger watchers since. I, however, have a bone to pick with Mr. Tiger, and perhaps you do too.
It all started out innocently; Brennan, my son, came dashing into the kitchen excitedly. “Mom! Mom! Can we make banana squirrel?” he asked. Maybe you’re thinking the same thing that I was thinking, “What on God’s green Earth is banana squirrel?” I asked him what he was talking about and this brought on an entire litany of actions and descriptions; the only thing that I could really make … Read More
How to Disinfect Your Diapering Products
Simply washing your diapering items on hot with a good detergent will routinely help to wash away bacteria. If you are able to put your laundry in the sun to dry, that will also help to kill most germs.
However, if your baby has an infection in the diaper area, your diapering items (diapers, covers, wipes, inserts, and liners) will need to be disinfected each time you use them until about a week after the symptoms disappear. Below are some remedies that may help. Please keep in mind that we are not scientists or doctors, and cannot diagnose or offer treatment for any medical condition. This is simply information that has been researched and compiled from various sources. Also, please be sure to check with manufacturer’s washing instructions and warranty information before starting any disinfecting routine.
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