Just hook on one side of the diaper, pull, grip and you're done. Boingo fasteners grip on the sides of the diaper which prevents uncomfortable compression on baby's tummy and delicate areas like other cloth diaper fasteners on the market today.
Boingo stays put and does not fall off during play.
1. Hold the Boingo with two hands, gripping in the center away from the claws.
2. Pinch the fabric of the diaper and hook one end of the boingo into the diaper, it is helpful to insert the teeth as you would a diaper pin.
3. Gently stretch and pull your boingo to the opposite side and fasten again. Boingos do NOT need to be fastened tightly to grip the diaper properly. You want to have some give and stretch in the Boingo, so that it will be comfortable for baby. A good rule of thumb is that you want to be able to comfortably slip one finger under the Boingo when fastened, you should be able to pull on the Boingo and have it stay tightly gripped. You may pull on the center of the Boingo to make sure it is attached firmly.
4. Cover with your favorite diaper cover!
WARNINGS: Boingos should only be fastened by a responsible adult. Carefully check your Boingo prior to use for wear, or damage. Discontinue use and recycle your Boingo if it becomes worn, torn, or damaged. Continued use of a damaged fastener could lead to product failure, thus posing a potential choking hazard if the plastic piece is dislodged, or becomes separated. Do not over stretch your Boingos. Over stretching, or forcefully stretching will damage your Boingo. Do not pull your Boingo by any part of the star, or any other design, it will cause damage. Do not cut or alter your Boingo in any way, doing so could result in failure of your Boingo and will void your warranty. Do not use Boingo on any child who could remove it, or their diaper/diaper cover. Do not allow your child to play with Boingos, they are not toys. Boingos should be kept out of childs reach when not in use. Misuse can cause damage.