For all Silicone Feeding Products: Please clean before first use using warm soapy water. Your silicone product is safe to clean in warm/hot soapy water or the top shelf of the dishwasher. Try to wash the product immediately after use and refrain from using any strong solvents or harsh chemicals when cleaning. Do not store or leave in direct sunlight or near a source of heat as may cause discolouration.
- Oven and Microwave heating safe up to 400°F.
- Freezer safe down to -40°F.
Slight staining may occur if the product has come into contact with strong oil-based foods (eg, oil/tomato based sauces) and left unwashed for a period of time. To try to remove residue stains, scrub with dish soap and leave to soak in warm soapy water. For those super tough stains that won't lift we also suggest you try a little bit of bicarbonate soda or lemon juice to remove it also.
Unfortunately we can not guarantee our products will be stain-proof for all food this item comes into contact with and will not be able to provide refund or exchange on any stained products.
For Waterproof Sleeved Cape Material Bibs:
- Keep away from fire
- Do not bleach
- Do not dry clean
- Do not iron
- Don’t tumble dry
- Wipe clean or Machine wash at 30 degrees
When washing your bib remember not to keep them wet after washing. Take your bib out of the wash right away and dry them either outside or on a hanger in a ventilated area. The longer your bib stays wet, dirty - or even moist - the more likely mould or mildew will grow.
If you find mould on your clothes you must refrain from using and you should remove it as soon as possible.
Some of our tips from removing Mould or Mildew:
Never combine vinegar and bleach. This combination can create poisonous fumes.
White Distilled Vinegar – An excellent mould-killer, diluted vinegar can be worked directly into the stain – or you can pre-soak the clothing in a bucket of water mixed with one cup of vinegar. You can also add 1-2 cups of vinegar to your washing machine per cycle to kill any mildew odours and brighten your whites.
Baking Soda and Vinegar
Vinegar is anti-fungal and antimicrobial. Unsurprisingly, it is an efficient and natural remedy for most moulds. Baking soda helps absorb moisture and remove smells. As a result, both ingredients work as a team in removing mould from your clothes. First wash cycle: Add one cup of white vinegar to your wash. Do not add detergent. Second wash cycle: Add half a cup of baking soda. Leave to soak, scrub and repeat if necessary.
For your child's safety and health
Always use this product with adult supervision. Before each use, inspect the product. Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness. Always check food temperature before feeding. Heating in a microwave oven may produce localised high temperatures. Take extra care when microwave heating. Always stir heated food to ensure even heat distribution and test the temperature before serving.
Our products comply with BS EN 14372:2004 safety requirements – the most rigorous European safety standard for infant’s cutlery and feeding utensils. Our products have been tested for physical safety and chemical migration.