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Monday, May 20, 2013

Kanga Care Cares: Part 3 of 5: Kanga Care Quality

Now that the US Patent Office has officially recognized our internal double gussets, we wanted to celebrate with you all! We asked some of our favorite bloggers to help us tell our story in five parts. Thanks to all of you who have been a part of Kanga Care's story! Together, we've prevented millions of disposable diapers from clogging up landfills for the next dozen generations, saved families significant money and kept thousands of babies comfy and cute in Kanga Care cloth diapers!


Kanga Care Quality

From: Calley of theecochic.com
How can you tell that the diaper you are looking at purchasing is a high quality diaper that will last from birth through potty training and potentially through more children? When my family invested in cloth diapers for our daughter I did a lot of research and quality of the diaper was very important. If I was going to be spending $15-25 per diaper I wanted to make sure that they would last for 2-3 years and still have a good resell value once our daughter was potty trained. Rumparooz was one of our favorite diapers that met my expectations in quality.

Did you know that Rumparooz has a less than 1% return rate on their diapers due to manufacturer's defects? Their snaps are 100% covered for the lifetime of the diaper and if you ever have an issue with your diaper they may be able to help you repair it even if you're beyond the warranty period! Rumparooz has implemented a quality control process that helps them track issues to see if there is a trend or potential problem with a batch of diapers. In 2012, they noticed that 45% of warranty claims related to elastic were from families reporting that they hang their diapers to dry. This lead them to recommend that it's best to lay them flat to dry. Our stash of Rumparooz diapers lasted us for 2 + years with very minimal wear and tear; all of which are normal for diapers that are used regularly. When it comes to diapers, the old saying is true, "You get what you pay for!" Spending a little more for a quality diaper that will last for 1, 2, or even 3 children is worth the investment.



Part 1 | Part 2 |  Part 3 | Part 4 (5.22.13) | Part 5 (5.24.13)


Stay tuned for more posts about:
History | Uniqueness | Quality | Customer Service | Ethical Manufacturing Practices

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