Manufacturing Premium American-made, Eco-Friendly Fabrics

User guide DK 98 Snap press

Monday, June 16, 2014 12:09:26 PM America/New_York

This is a professional product designed to provide years of trouble free service.  The only maintenance required is periodic lubrication of the arbor shaft using a few drops of machine oil. 

Your snap press comes assembled with the exception of installing the handle and dies.  When you open the box you should find:

  • Pre-assembled Snap Press Body
  • Snap Press Handle & Axle bolt
  • Allen key tool set


Click here to
0 Comments | Posted in General Tutorials By Wazoodle Fabrics

Food Safe fabrics - Part 2 The Regulations

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 12:34:24 PM America/New_York

So, after a review of all the US Regulations that govern food and food packaging we concluded that the two most important factors for safe contact with food are the material or fiber of which the fabric is made - e.g. cotton, polyester etc., and the manufacturing process & adjuvants/additives used - e.g. oils used during knitting, dyes, softeners etc.

Both these factors have to be considered and both have to meet the following 5 basic requirements which can establish a fabric as safe for use with food:

Click here to
0 Comments | Posted in Fabrics Regulatory General By Wazoodle Fabrics

Food Safe fabrics - Part 1 The Real Deal

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 4:07:29 PM America/New_York

Basically any material that comes into contact with food should not impart any toxic or harmful chemicals to the food it touches. This applies to all the items that come into contact with food during preparation, processing, packaging and storage of food and even when consuming it.


In USA, the United States Food and Drug Administration regulates all aspects of food preparation, processing, packaging, labeling and storage and these regulations are laid out in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

Click here to
0 Comments | Posted in Fabrics Regulatory General By Wazoodle Fabrics

Labeling fiber content for Zorb

Friday, March 21, 2014 1:10:21 PM America/New_York

Zorb® is made using a proprietary blend of wicking and absorbing fibers that give it its unique absorbing and wicking properties. Fiber content for Zorb does not need to be disclosed when it is used in diapers or soakers.

We continue to get questions about the fiber content of Zorb for labeling the finished articles. Zorb is an interlining that is NOT used for providing warmth in articles. Only if the interlining is added to an article to provide warmth it has to be disclosed, otherwise it is not required. This is in compliance with both US and Canada regulations. Regulations of other countries also possibly have the same requirements given the global trading of textile products. To explain it clearly we have compiled information from the US and Canada regulations below.

Click here to
1 Comments | Posted in Fabrics Regulatory General By Wazoodle Fabrics

Cloth Diaper Care Made Easy

Wednesday, May 1, 2013 3:28:00 PM America/New_York

Investing a little time into finding the right washing routine for your diapers will make your cloth diapering experience a whole lot simpler!  The most important thing to consider is your local water chemistry and how it interacts with detergent.  If you do your homework and use good care practices, your diapers will not stink, they will stay absorbent and you should never need to learn about stripping.

Click here to
4 Comments | Posted in Diaper Care By Wazoodle Fabrics
PayPal Acceptance Mark