FAQs
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE BEFORE I RECEIVE MY PACKAGE?
Orders that have been ordered and paid are usually shipped the same or on the next working day. All orders within the Netherlands are shipped with DHL standard delivery and are usually delivered 1-2 business days after shipment. Delivery times are always indicative and subject to change.

WILL MY ORDER STILL BE DELIVERED DURING COVID-19?
Despite the impact of the COVID-19 virus, your order will still be shipped and delivered. See-Me Kids follows the developments around COVID-19 and will do everything in its power to continue to deliver the packages. It could be that your package is on the road a little longer. You can continue to follow the status of your order via DHL’s track & trace link.
Click here for all updates regarding deliveries via DHL.
WHAT SIZE SHOULD I ORDER?
See-Me Kids has chosen to display the sizes in ages, but this can of course differ per child. A size chart has been drawn up for each product to help you make your choice.
Our garments usually run a bit bigger, because we like an oversized fit!
ARE THE GARMENTS GOTS CERTIFIED?
Yes, See-Me Kids has the GOTS label in the garments. The company we work with is in possession of the GOTS certificate.
The fabrics are made from 100% organic GOTS certified cotton.
WHAT EXACTLY DOES A GOTS CERTIFICATE MEAN?
GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard. It is a standard and quality mark for organic textiles. GOTS also sets requirements with regard to working conditions in the factories. It is a standard developed to further produce organic cotton and other organically grown fibers into a sustainable garment. The material of the garment must be at least 95% organic. Strict requirements are also set in the field of the environment. For example, heavy metals and harmful chemicals, genetically modified and formaldehyde substances may not be used in the dyeing of the material. These substances are toxic to humans and are not biodegradable. In addition to these rules, the factories must also be economical with water and energy. Factories are therefore obliged to use a sustainable waste water system. Another criteria is that the working conditions for the farmers and the workers in the factories must be well regulated. In addition, there are rules regarding the minimum wage, working hours and there is a ban on child labor. These social requirements are based on the standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO).
HOW DO I WASH ORGANIC COTTON?
Organic cotton is best washed inside out at a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius. This keeps the garment in good condition. Washing at a low temperature and a short wash is also better for the environment.
DOES ORGANIC COTTON SHRINK?
It is common for organic cotton clothing to shrink a little after washing because they have not been treated with harmful chemicals to reduce shrinkage. Keep in mind that up to 5% shrinkage may still apply. Shrinkage is more for the lengths of the garments and is less noticeable for widths. Limit shrinkage by washing no hotter than 30 degrees, try to avoid using a dryer and do not iron too hot.
OTHER QUESTIONS?
Please contact me by sending an email to info@see-mekids.nl. You can also send a message via Whatsapp! I would be happy to help you.
See-Me Kids
  • 100% super soft organic cotton
  • GOTS certified
  • Sustainable, timeless and unisex
  • Free delivery from €50 (The Netherlands)
  • Fast shipping
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