Now little ones can bite the spoon that feeds them! New Bumkins Silicone Chewtensils™ are meant to introduce babies to self-feeding by giving them cutlery that can be chewed on.
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Now little ones can bite the spoon that feeds them! New Bumkins Silicone Chewtensils™ are meant to introduce babies to self-feeding by giving them cutlery that can be chewed on. Easy to hold and made from soft, textured silicone that is gentle on gums, babies can dip the Chewtensils in food and then practice the motion of self-feeding as they go from food to mouth. Set contains a fork and spoon. Do not leave baby unattended with product.
There are certain food that may cause stain on silicone (ex: carrots). To help stain, wash immediately after using. Some washing products and foods with a strong odor may leave a residue odor or taste in the silicone grip dish. Additionally, hard water (water with a high mineral content), could leave a thin coating on the dish which could impact the ability of the dish to suction.
We have found a few different simple procedures that have been successful at removing the unwanted odors or tastes and refresh the silicone to stick better.
1. Silicone grip dishes can be safely placed in boiling water to sterilize and to remove strong odors.
2. Submerge the dish in a mixture of hot water and white vinegar using the ratio of 1 cup of vinegar for every two cups of hot water. Soak for 30 minutes and then scrub with a gentle cleaning sponge. White vinegar is used to reduce mineral build-up from hard water and can be used regularly without harming the dish. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
3. Coat the dish with a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda using the ratio of 1 tbsp. of white vinegar to 2 tbsp. of baking soda. Allow the coated dish to sit overnight. Rinse thoroughly to completely remove the baking soda mixture and dry thoroughly.
4. Try using a rinse agent in your dishwasher to reduce mineral build-up.
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