At what age can my baby use Bubzidoo wrap?
The Bubzidoo can be used from birth until your baby no longer wants or needs to be wrapped.
What can my baby sleep in under the wrap?
In hot weather your baby can sleep in their nappy and a singlet or just a nappy.
In other weather dress your baby as you would yourself taking care not to overheat them.
What size wrap do I need?
The Bubzidoo comes in four sizes:
Small premmie babies
How long will each wrap last before it is out grown?
Each wrap has approximately 15 cm of growth which is about 3 months.
How do I wash the wrap?
The wrap can be machine washed in cool water.
Line dry without delay. Do not dry clean.
Do not iron the velcro strip.
Is there an Organic Bubzidoo range?
There is no organic Bubzidoo at present however stay tuned as we are looking into it.
Do I pay GST?
All prices are GST inclusive.
After an order is placed you will be taken to the PayPal website for payment.
If you do not wish to pay via this method you can use either direct debit into our bank account,
Acc. Name : Bubzidoo
Bank Name : ANZ
Acc. No: 5269 63274
Post cheques to PO Box 462 Brooklyn Park, South Australia 5032
How much is postage?
Standard postage for one wrap is $5.50 (including international orders).
If you need more information about Bubzidoo, have a sales enquiry or simply want to say hello contact Bubzidoo using the details below.
Phone. (+61) 0415 571 780
Free standard postage for 2 items World Wide!
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