Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a minimum order amount?
In order to qualify for wholesale discounted prices, six units must be purchased per style. Otherwise, we strive to provide fair retail prices that are reflective of our product quality and customer service.
How do I receive a discounted price?
If you sign up for an account as a business owner you will qualify to receive our discounted wholesale prices. Make sure to sign up to receive emails notifications as well, inside members get notified of special coupon codes and promotions via email.
Do you offer bulk purchase pricing?
On single-style full case orders, we offer a 10% discount. Case pack prices and unit numbers vary for each item. Please contact us for more information on specific styles at email@example.com.
How do I wash my plush toy?
You Can’t Wash Your Stuffed Animal in the Washing Machine if:
- They have a music box sewn inside
- They are extremely old and fragile
- They have items glued on – sequins, etc. Glued-on eyes probably will survive a washing.
- They have delicate ‘clothing’ items on that can’t be removed (think glittery, net-type dresses or delicate little crowns or the like)
- They have small foam balls inside (like Beanie Babies) not batting.
How To Wash Stuffed Animals in the Washing Machine
Before washing a stuffed animal, examine it carefully. Are there parts that need to be removed first? Any strings that need to be secured?
Stuffed animals are similar to pillows in that they wash much better if laundered in a machine that does not have an agitator. If you have a top loader, you could always take a large load and wash them at the laundromat.
Washing with an agitator tends to make the animal ball up due to the agitator displacing the batting.
After determining your stuffed animal can be washed, place it in a mesh laundry bag. The mesh bag gives it an extra level of protection from snagging or being pummelled too much in the machine.
Always wash stuffed animals on the gentle/delicate cycle. They just can’t tolerate a more aggressive washing that a ‘normal’ cycle would give.
You can use a warm or cool wash but steer clear of hot. If items are glued on, the hot water might dissolve some of the glue.
After washing, remove from the bag and hang dry.
Dryer heat – even on low – could potentially melt glued on or plastic parts.
Quick Washing Stuffed Animals Guide:
- Make sure the stuffed animal can be washed.
- Place in a mesh bag.
- Wash on warm/cool water temperature on the delicate cycle.
- Hang dry. Don’t put in the dryer.