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The highest quality of our products is the result of effort we put into the product development process Little Frog.
Our advantage and inspiration at the same time is our long-standing personal experience with babywearing, we have gained by wearing our daughter.
Safe and professional products are based on our competence. Marzena is a Die Trageschule Dresden certified baby wearing consultant. She meets new parents every day, advising them in their selection of wraps as well as supporting and training them in baby wrapping techniques. We listen carefully to the comments and opinions of other parents so Little Frog products meet all the requirements of caring parents.
The reason why Little Frog products are of the highest quality is that we have dedicated many hours in perfecting the manufacturing of our wraps. The most important was selecting the right yarn. We focused on choosing the right mill to provide us the highest quality of our materials. These selections have ensured a durable yet delicate Little Frog wrap to wear baby comfortably from their first days.
Attention to details
Details make perfection and perfection is not a detail./The entire production process is carried out in Poland. The finishing process and highest standard is provided by a friendly, local tailor who takes care of every detail of the baby wrap.
Our wraps are produced in accordance with EU norm EN 13209-2 and Eco-Tex Standard 100 and therefore:
– do not contain allergenic dyes,
– are free from carcinogenic dyes and dyes suspected of being carcinogenic,
– have been tested for the release of heavy metals,
– do not contain formaldehyde,
– have a skin friendly pH.
Focus on reliability
There is an expected max 5% shrinkage (after 1st or 2nd washing), which is part of the natural process. That’s why our wraps are made 5% longer (e.g. wrap in size 4.6m is originally 4.85m).
The strength and quality of Little Frog baby wraps was tested by a certified laboratory in accordance with norm PN-EN ISO 13934-1:2002.
According to this standard – for a sample size of 25cm height and 5cm wide, the stretched force required to rupture the sample is about 40-50 daN (kg), meaning that for scarves measuring 460cm x 76cm - the tensile strength is 1800 daN (kg) (with uniformly applied force).