The silicone bib, plate, bowl and spoon are all made with 100% food grade, and FDA approved silicone. They are also entirely BPA, PVC, PHTHALATE, and lead-free, making sure no harmful chemicals or particles end up in your toddler’s food.
Soft and Spill Proof Bibs
The two adjustable bibs in this set have been expertly designed to be extra soft and easily adjustable so that when your toddler is wearing it, they’re not uncomfortable. The silicone bibs also feature a small curve at the bottom that will catch stray food that’s fallen from their spoon, making clean up a breeze.
Adorable and Colorful Designs
The silicone utensil in our baby dinner set come in 2 soft, yet delightfully adorable colors that will help calm your little one so that when it’s time to eat, they won’t be fussy. Saving you from frustration and headaches.
Suction Cup Plate and Bowl
If your baby or toddler has a habit of tossing their plates and bowls on the floor, then our silicone divided plate and suction bowl in this set will ensure they can’t create any more spills thanks to the smart suction cup designs. They’re strong enough to lock the plate and bowl in place so your baby can’t move them when eating.
Easy to Heat Up and Clean
When it’s time to heat up your baby’s food, you can easily pop the plate and bowl into the microwave as each of them are completely microwave safe. Then when mealtime is over, each piece can go into the dishwasher or simply be cleaned with soap and warm water.
Never leave child unattended.
Remove and discard all packaging materials properly and inspect product before use.
Always check food temperature before feeding.
Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness.
PASS : The United State Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 177.1500 (FDA) - specific gravity, melting point, solubility in boiling 4.2 mol/L hydrochloric acid solution, and Maximum extractable fraction in selected solvent PASS: The United State Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 177.2600 (FDA) - extractives in distilled water and n-hexane
PASS: US California Proposition 65 (County of Alameda Case No. RG14750998) 1) 4,4’-Methylenedianiline content 2) Specific Migration of 4,4’-Methylenedianiline
PASS: Physical and mechanical tests consisting US CPSC 16 CFR 1500.48, US CPSC 16 CFR 1500.49 and US CPSC 16 CFR 1501:
PASS: US CPSC 16 CFR 1500.44 – Method for determining extremely flammable and flammable solids
PASS: CPSIA section 101(f) (1) and US California Proposition 65 (Superior Court of California – County of Alameda Case No. RG07356892) – Lead in paint/similar surface coating material
PASS: CPSIA section 101(a) (2) and US California Proposition 65 (Superior Court of California – County of Alameda Case No. RG07356892) – Lead in accessible substrate materials (Including Children’s Metal Jewelry)
PASS: US 16 CFR Part 1307 – Phthalates PASS: US California Proposition 65 (ACSC Case No. BG07350969) – Phthalates Content
PASS: Dishwasher, Microwave and Freezer Testing
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