Repair service for cloth toys
Emergencies, eye surgery, detergent overdose, dryer burn, big brother “accidents” or the ravages of time, our team of professionals use their human touch to heal your loved one.
The hospital for fabric companions will stay open during the holiday season, but our operation calendar is filling up fast. If you wish to offer a freshly repared toy for Christmas, make an appointment soon.
the miracle worker
Dominique, our Chief of Surgery, will take great care of your ailing companion. Our hospital has nine beds and each patient is comfortably welcomed with a mini baby night owl. If you like, you may also take a courtesy stuffy home to wait out the operation.
All brands are welcome
Patients must be accompanied by their owner to be diagnosed.
This price list is approximate, the final estimate will be giving during the first consultation.
- raplapla toys - 20$/h
- recent toys (from the 90s or younger, with white fill) - 25$/h
- vintage toys (filled with yellow foam, straw or other) - 45$/h
Eventually some additionnal fees may be applied for the purchase of particular materials.
Please make an appointment
Depending on the amount of occupied beds and the complexity of your case, the operation could take anywhere from 5 days to 4 weeks. Tell us if it is an emergency. We will do our best to repair your wounded loved one on the same day so that you can sleep peacefully, without additional charges. However, an appointment is necessary.
Please note that our surgeon is not available on weekends. On Saturday or Sunday, you can drop the patient off and we’ll call you early the following week to provide a diagnosis.
If you live far from our hospital, write us and send lots of photos. After approving the diagnosis, you can send us your wounded pal.
Now, let’s allow the patients to rest. Quiet please.
« If the parent wants to replace all the stuffing, but the child likes it well-worn, then I listen to the child. It’s their friend, after all. »
Le Devoir, July 25, 2014
Re-stuffing, re-stitching, sewing in a new eye or replacing a lost leg, almost anything is possible. « We do what our grandmothers used to do. »
La Presse, December 14, 2015