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Baby Travel Essentials

Platemat made from Silicone

Platemat made from Silicone

Baby Travel Essentials

Platemat made from Silicone

Silicone helps avoid harmful chemicals

Exploring new tastes is fun with the Platemat made from Silicone. It provides lots of space for finger foods, can be used as a placemat for dishes, and works as an art mat for creative projects. The slip-resistant, petroleum-free silicone material does not break and is easy to clean. Baby will also love the bright, fun colors!

  • Spacious eating area with raised edges contains messes
  • Helps develop independent eating skills
  • Grows with baby—use as plate, placemat or for creative play
  • Durable, unbreakable, & heat-resistant silicone
  • Slip resistant
  • Roll or fold for easy storage
  • Convenient for home & travel
  • 14" x 10" (35.5 x 25.4 cm)
  • Materials: Silicone
Product Features
  • creative
    encourages baby's exploration through imagination, art, and music.Learn more
  • dishwasher safe
    made to be cleaned in a dishwasher without being damaged, or causing damage.Learn more
  • grow with baby
  • hypoallergenic
    made with non-irritating materials to minimize the risk of an allergic reaction.Learn more
  • non-petroleum material
  • without BPA
  • without melamine
  • without PVC
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Care Instructions
Care
Clean before use and after each use. Dishwasher safe (top rack only) or wash in warm water with mild soap and rinse thoroughly. Avoid use of abrasive cleaners. Allow to dry completely before reassembling. Do not store in direct sunlight or near a source of heat. Do not leave tightly rolled or folded for prolonged periods.

Warnings
For Your Child's Health & Safety. Always use this product with adult supervision. Remove all packaging and fasteners before giving this item to a child. This product is not a toy. Keep out of reach of children when not in use. Before each use, inspect the product. Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness. Always check food temperature before feeding. Do not serve baby food above normal body temperature of 98.6°F (37°C).