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1.    Adjust the rise snaps on the front of the diaper.

2.    Tuck an insert or pre-fold into the front and back flaps.

They can also be used with a disposable insert, flat, fitted, or pre-fold and are compatible with many different brands.

How do your Pocket Diapers work?

1.    Adjust the rise snaps on the front of the diaper.

2.    Tuck an insert through the opening under the front flap of the diaper. 

How do your All-in-one Diapers work?

1.    Adjust the rise snaps on the front of the diaper.
2.    If you are using a smaller rise setting, you can tuck the extra insert length in the front or back for extra absorbency (depending on how your baby wets).

How many diapers do I need?

Start by multiplying how many times you change your baby in a day by how many days between washing. Newborn babies need to be changed 10-12 times per day. Most toddlers are changed 6-8 times per day. Covers can be wiped and reused multiple times if they aren't soiled. You will probably need a new cover for every 3rd diaper change after the first month or two. Newborns will likely need a new cover at each diaper change because they soil more frequently. We recommend washing every 1-3 days. Washing every day can wear your diapers more quickly. Washing less frequently than every 3 days can allow bacteria buildup in your inserts.

We recommend starting with:
6-12 Hybrid Covers
24-36 Inserts
24-36 All In Ones
18-30 Pocket Diapers
24-36 Inserts

Most people also start with:
24-36 cloth wipes
Cloth diaper safe rash cream
A diaper sprayer
A diaper pail
washable pail liner
1-3 travel wetbags

Are your diapers daycare friendly?

Yes! Most childcare programs are open to using cloth diapers. Some states even have laws preventing childcare facilities from denying the use of cloth diapers. Our system is easy to "pre-stuff" so all they have to do is put it on! Ask your childcare provider to fold up the diapers with the wipes inside and place them in your wetbag to prevent smells/leaks. Disposable liners can be placed on the top of a diaper and tossed out when changing your baby to keep solids from sitting on your inserts for long periods of time. Disposable inserts are also an option to prevent your inserts from sitting for long periods of time before rinsing.

How do I wash/prep/strip/bleach your products?

Because there are so many variables that effect how you should wash, we recommend following the "Fluff Love" guidelines. The ladies at Fluff Love University have developed an amazing guide to finding a washing routine that works for you, your washing machine, and your water type. They use actual science (I know right?) and their experience with thousands of parents to pinpoint exactly what your diapers need! They even have a help desk on their Facebook page for quick troubleshooting answers!

In addition to all the great information on the Fluff Love website, we also recommend that you heat dry any TPU  products at least once a month.

Our nursing and menstrual pads should be laundered the same as our cloth diapers because they are made from the same material. Please refer to the Fluff Love website for these products as well.

Are your products CPSC Compliant?

Yes, all our children's products are tested, labeled, and tracked according to the CPSIA regulations.

How do Menstrual Cups work?

How do I care for my menstrual cup?

When emptying you cup during your cycle, rinse your cup with plain water or wash with unscented castile soap or unscented baby wash. Your cup may be boiled monthly to sanitize between cycles. Use a deep, clean pot filled with water so the cup will float, and make sure the water is boiling before you put the cup in.  Remove the cup after 5-10 minutes.

Avoid using any harsh acids/bases such as hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, rubbing alcohol as these may cause the silicone to break down. Also avoid any soaps containing oils, moisturizers, or fragrances as these can be extremely irritating for internal use.

Where are your products manufactured?

Many of our products are manufactured here in Greensboro, NC. 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.

What is Fair Trade?

There are six key principles to Fair Trade: a fair price for products, fair labor conditions, direct trade, democratic and transparent organizations, community development and environmental sustainability.

  1. A Fair Price: Fair-Trade-certifying organizations establish a fair price, guaranteeing farmers and workers a living wage as well as an additional sum of money or “premium” for investment in social, environmental or economic development.
  2. Fair Labor Conditions: Fair Trade workers and farmers are guaranteed safe working conditions and fair living wages. Forced child labor is strictly prohibited.
  3. Direct Trade: Fair trade products are purchased directly from Fair Trade producers, eliminating unnecessary middlemen and allowing farmers to strengthen their organizations and become competitive players in the global economy.
  4. Democratic and transparent organizations: Fair Trade producers within the farm or organization democratically decide how to use their Fair Trade premiums.
  5. Community development: Fair Trade producers invest their Fair Trade premiums into projects that benefit the community and environment including but not limited to the following: improved healthcare, education, business, and farming improvements.
  6. Environmental sustainability: The Fair Trade system strictly prohibits the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), promotes the improvement of soil fertility through practices such as crop rotation and limits the use of harmful chemicals in favor of farming methods that protect and preserve the health of the soil, air, water, workers and consumers.

What is TPU?

All our waterproof covers are made of TPU. It is more breathable than any other waterproof material on the market. Unlike PUL, which is chemically bonded, TPU is a polyester fabric that is heat bonded with thermoplastic polyurethane. It contains fewer chemicals and is made using a safer, more environmentally friendly process.

What are your shipping policies?

Most orders will ship within 5 business days. Orders are not processed or shipped on Saturday, Sunday, or holidays. Shipping can be delayed certain times of the year including during holidays and sales. Please contact us if your order requires special shipping or handling.

What are your return/warranty policies?

All products are eligible for our 12-month warranty. All warranty and return guidelines can be found on Wink Diapers' Terms and Conditions page.

Do you offer wholesale pricing?

Yes, visit our wholesale page to apply.

Do you have a referral program?

Yes, you can apply here.