frequently asked questions

Bamboo fabric offers natural UV protection, making it an ideal choice for shielding delicate baby skin from harmful UV rays. Additionally, bamboo is soft, breathable, and hypoallergenic, ensuring maximum comfort for your little one.

UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) measures the amount of UV radiation that penetrates a fabric and reaches the skin. UPF 50+ is the highest rating, blocking over 98% of UV rays. Choosing clothing with UPF 50+ ensures superior sun protection for your baby.

No, Walababy rompers were built for every day use and not suited for swimming in. They should be worn like all other pieces of day wear. 

Bamboo is a highly sustainable material, requiring minimal water and no pesticides to grow. It grows quickly and regenerates naturally, making it an eco-friendly choice for clothing production. Additionally, bamboo fabric is biodegradable, further reducing its environmental impact.

Our rompers are very light and breathable. We follow the APP guidelines around what temperatures are safe for babies and their recommendation is to not have babies outside if the heat index is above 90 degrees. We, of course, recommend monitoring your baby during warmer days like you would with any other outfit. 

Yes, bamboo clothing is typically machine washable. We recommend using a gentle cycle with cold water and mild detergent to maintain the integrity of the fabric. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, as they can damage bamboo fibers.

We prioritize the safety and privacy of children. In today's digital age, sharing photos of babies online can pose risks, including privacy breaches and potential exploitation. By not featuring babies' faces in our marketing materials, we aim to protect their identities and preserve their innocence.

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