We encourage regular maintenance of the Infant Insert by using a soft cloth, soap and warm water. We recommend only washing when necessary, in cold, on the delicate cycle, with mild detergent and then air drying. (Do not machine wash too often).
Do you need infant insert for Tula explore?
The Tula Explore Baby Carrier does not require an infant insert and can be used, with baby facing you, beginning at 7 lb.
Will an ERGO Infant Insert work in a Tula?
Can you use the Tula infant insert in an Ergo (or the Ergo insert in a Tula)? Again, the answer is no. The infant inserts are made specifically for the different carrier brands: the infant insert by Ergo is made to make an infant fit in an Ergo, and the Tula insert is made to make an infant fit in a Tula.
Can babies face out in Tula?
Yes, we have responsibly designed a deep seated facing out carry position that supports a baby’s natural curved spine and spread squat position.
Can you put baby carrier in washer?
Wash in Gentle & Air Dry
We recommend buckling all of the carrier buckles and washing the carrier with mild detergent on the gentle cycle at approximately 30 degrees. Once it’s out of the washing machine, be sure to hang it to dry rather than putting it in the dryer.
Can I dry my Ergo baby carrier?
You can wash your Ergobaby carrier using a mild detergent on a gentle cycle with cold water. You can use the dryer for about 20 minutes. It will still be damp. Hang out to dry for the duration of the drying time.
What age can you use a Tula?
Tula says that the Standard Carrier can be used from 15-45 lbs (under 15 lbs should use an infant insert). Tula does not give an upper height or age limit for the Standard carrier. The guidelines for the Toddler Carrier suggest that babies be a minimum of 18 months old, 32 inches long, and weight at least 25 lbs.
Which is better Tula or Ergo?
In the Tula vs Ergo debate, keep in mind that Tula is more accommodating to higher weight babies. The straps are more comfortable for the adult. It is also more affordable compared to the Ergo. Ergo offers more carrying positions including hip and outward facing in the 360 model.