We have listed the questions we are most often asked in this section. If you do not find an answer to your question here, we will be happy to answer them on our Facebook page or by email at info@glup-bebe.com
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Since the majority of our accessories are light and thin, it is possible for us to ship orders as letters (this is also why our delivery rates are so low). However, because of this, tracking information for letters are not provided by the carriers. On the other hand, when orders are bigger, these must be shipped as parcels and tracking information is provided by the carrier which is then shared with you via email.

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Send us an email at info@glup-bebe.com to give us more information about your business (location, opening, niche, etc). We will be happy to reply with a link to our catalogue, price list and instructions on how to place an order (which, by the way, has no minimum). Visit our Become a retailer section for more information.

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In Canada, delivery is free with orders totalling $65.00 or more (before taxes). Delivery charges represent approximately $4.00 for orders from $0.01 to $24.00 and $6.00 for orders from $25.00 to $64.99. Check out the Shipping section of our website for more information.

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Some of our fabrics are remnants that were purchase from other Quebec-based children’s apparel designers. Others are sourced from other North American fabric designers. The fabrics used to make the Trimini 3 in 1, Mitou mitts and Patou slippers (and some Saint-Bernard+ drool bibs are woven in Montreal exclusively for glup.

 

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Mitou mitts are worn over long sleeved shirts, pulled up to the elbows and stay in place. They are perfect for the spring and fall. In the winter they can also be worn under traditional snow mittens to keep wrists dry.

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Patou slippers can be worn over the knees when baby starts to crawl. They can also be worn folded over at the ankles as cute little booty slippers. Patous are also ideal during those first steps because it has a no-slip sole and are lined in cozy fleece. If the slippers don’t stay up, they can always be worn over leggings or pants or pyjamas as baby grows into them.

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Yes! The Splash is made of super absorbent terry. It shields you from splashes while you are bathing your little one. It dries quickly too. With the Splash towel, you won’t be caught off guard during bath time ever again. The rabbit ears fasten around your neck so you will always have a towel at the ready to wrap around your baby.

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The Bandana protects the head because of the barrier the fabric creates, however the fabric itself has not been treated for UVA or UVB sun protection. This being said, because the Bandana is so light, little ones often forget they are wearing it and are thus less likely to remove it. It can be worn under a bike helmet, in the pool or lake, beach-side or simply around town. Tip: You can always spray sunblock (or bug repellant) on the Bandana before putting it on the child.

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The Drool bib can be worn around the neck and on the head. It is perfect for newborns, toddlers and for little girls who can all wear the Drool bib as a kerchief. But it does not cover the whole head. The Bandana is a preformed hat which covers the entire head and adjusts easily with the two ties. As it is available in 2 sizes, a child can wear a Bandana from 4 months up to 4 or 5 years old. It even fits some adults (depending on the size of the adults head).

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Yes! Check out our Saint-Bernard+ drool bib, which fastens behind the neck with a snap. The Saint-Bernard+ is lined with terry and also features a paci clip (or toy clip). It is more absorbent than the Drool bib however it cannot be worn as headwear.

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Il suffit de le nouer simplement derrière la tête ou dans le cou des enfants. Comme les nouveau-nés bougent très peu, vous pouvez faire seulement un tour pour ne pas qu’il y est de nœud derrière son cou. For an older child, you simply have to tie it behind his or her head or neck. For newborns, as they move very little, you can simply tie it once without doing a knot.

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Starting at birth, babies can wear the Drool bib. You need only to roll the long side a little and tie it once behind their neck. The Drool bib is very practical on a daily basis, until your toddler is 2 or 3 years old. Older children can wear it around their necks in the srping and fall as the weather can still be chilly. The Drool bib can also be used for a long time as a .headwear, starting at birth.