Comfort & Care
Are Pramskins machine washable?
Yes, all pram liners and snuggle bags are machine washable. I recommend using your machine’s cool wash setting and using a laundry bag. Pramskins can be soaked in Napisan but please do not bleach. Tumble dry on the lowest setting or simply line dry in order to maintain your Pramskin’s condition.
What materials are Pramskins made from?
Pramskins liners are made from 100% cotton on one side, with the reverse lined with top grade polar fleece in a complementary color. They are padded with thick polyester wadding (250gsm) which is breathable and dries well.
Padded Pramskins will absorb most major spillages but you can opt for additional waterproofing if you choose. For this I add a layer of water-absorbent PUL fabric which is sewn into the Pramskin liner part, so you can have peace of mind no matter how messy things get.
Shipping & Returns
How long does it take for my order to arrive?
Most Pramskins are dispatched in approximately two weeks, once payment has cleared. Please get in touch if your order is urgent.
Where do you ship to, and how much does it cost?
For details on rates and shipping locations, please see the Shipping & Returns page.
Custom Orders & Misc. Queries
My little one has extremely sensitive skin – can I request the cotton lining on both sides of my Pramskin?
Absolutely, I’m always happy to go the extra mile for my customers, so I will replace the polar fleece for you with plain cotton in a similar complementary color – at no extra charge! Simply mention your request in the comments area during checkout.
You may also request the patterned cotton on both sides, however this will incur an additional charge of $5 – $10, depending on the fabric. Please get in touch if you have questions about a specific item.
I have a Baby Jogger / Steelcraft Agile stroller. Do your liners have a hole for the folding strap?
Typically, I do not add the hole for the folding strap for a couple of reasons. First, the folding strap is made from tough material and the soft padding of the pram liner acts as cushioning for your baby.
Secondly, the strap is located right at a point which receives the most wear and tear, caused by the little one moving and wriggling in their seat, so adding a strap hole there could eventually cause tearing in that part of the liner.
It is easy to reach in from the side or flip the liner up from the bottom so you can reach the folding strap and store your pram with the liner/snuggle bag in place. However, if you require the extra slot in your liner, please leave a note in the comments area of the checkout and it will be added at no extra charge.
Which pram should I buy?
Everyone has different needs and preferences, and while there are plenty of good options out there, there is no “one pram to rule them all,” I’m afraid! But I’ve prepared this handy pram buying guide for those of you in need of a little extra guidance.