For your re-usable nappy library

Re-usable cloth nappies are brilliant for reducing waste. We'd like to help you lend more.

Sling and cloth nappy libraries around the world use the Lend Engine to manage inventory, members, loans and payments. Everything is online, accessible anywhere, any time.

Easy to use lending software

Keep track of where all your slings and nappy kits are, who has what item, when it's due back, how much money is owed, and who is overdue.

Using unlimited custom locations, you can put items aside for cleaning or repair so that they can't be loaned or reserved online.

Self serve reservations

Lend Engine provides a modern, fast, online catalogue so that people can see everything you have to lend. Members can place reservations, borrow items, add credit, and see their borrowing history.

Allowing members to self-serve saves you and your team valuable time.


Multiple sites and custom opening hours

Sling and nappy libraries are usually combined with baby carrying workshops and consultations - which happen in different locations and different times. The Lend Engine lets you manage each of these locations with custom opening times, so that loans match up with suitable pick up and return times.

Easily handle payments and deposits

Using integrations with payment providers like Stripe, you can take credit card payments from members for fees and deposits. The pricing structure is up to you; fixed fee per borrow, fee per day or week, or free based on membership type.



A selection of sling and nappy libraries who use the Lend Engine:


Latest borrows from Lend Engine libraries ...

June 25 : Kathy borrowed "Mini Recycling Truck" from Finger Lakes Toy Library

June 25 : Kathy borrowed "Playmobil Playground Set" from Finger Lakes Toy Library

June 25 : Kathy borrowed "Wooden Latches Board" from Finger Lakes Toy Library

June 25 : Heather borrowed "Wooden Creative Peg Puzzle" from Finger Lakes Toy Library

June 25 : Heather borrowed "Spin Around Sit and Spin" from Finger Lakes Toy Library

June 25 : Adriana borrowed "Magnetic Bug Catching Puzzle" from Finger Lakes Toy Library