I began using cloth diapers in 2011 with my oldest daughter. I was frustrated that most had a feature I liked but not another, and most brands were way out of my price range! I started designing my own diapers, which allowed me to combine all of the features that I loved into one affordable organic cloth diaper. I founded Wink and began selling on small online marketplaces. Overwhelming customer support and grassroots marketing allowed me to expand into larger markets and retail locations within the first year.
Throughout the years, I've had opportunities to work with some amazing charitable organizations such as The Rebecca Foundation and La Leche League, as well as many fellow work at home mom-marketers and bloggers. I enjoy teaching cloth diapering classes and educating communities about cloth diapers. I personally used Wink Diapers with all three of my children from newborn through potty training. I've been blessed with the opportunity to turn something that I'm passionate about into my life's work, but I also get to spend every day at home with the most important thing in my life, my kids. Wink has grown tremendously, but as a work at home mom, I am still committed to a personal, customer driven philosophy.
Our mission is to offer affordable, safe, and practical solutions to families seeking cost-effective natural products.
As a former cloth diapering mom myself, I understand that diapers can be a significant investment. I offer a 12 month warranty on all products. There are so many types of diapers out there. Learning the in's and out's of cloth can be overwhelming. With our diapers, you can focus on what works for you without worrying about quality or risk. You can contact me personally with any questions about our products or cloth diapering in general. I love to chat with other parents about their cloth experience!
What you put on your baby's skin is important. That's why we use organic fabrics made of sustainable materials such as Bamboo and Hemp. Our waterpoof fabric is TPU. Unlike PUL, which is chemical bonded, TPU is heat bonded. It contains less chemicals, and is made using a safer, more environmentally friendly process.
Many of our products are manufactured here in Greensboro, NC. Although, in a competitive marketplace, providing affordable products makes it necessary for us to use some international manufacturing as well. We only partner with manufacturers that utilize fair trade practices, including minimum wages, safe working environments, and environmental sustainability such as the prohibition of GMO's. All our fabrics are certified to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 and the CPSIA.
We are committed to the cloth diapering community, local business, and raising awareness about how affordable and easy cloth diapering can be. If you have a blog, store, organization or event that needs donations, publicity, or are interested in partnering with us in any way, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strive to continue the reach and knowledge of cloth diapers and education of communities to further reduce waste, environmental impact, and enable families to raise their standards of living.