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Contoured design with raised edges fits most highchairs—A compact 10.6”x6.9” size and contoured design fits most standard highchairs and raised edges keep messes contained for easy clean-up after meals!
Helps develop independent eating skills—Serve finger foods directly on the silicone plate for younger babies learning to eat solids and use as a protective placemat when baby transitions to dishes and utensils.
100% food-safe, LFGB silicone plate helps avoid harmful chemicals—Made without petroleum materials, baby’s food touches only high-quality, hypoallergenic silicone without PVC, hormone-disrupting BPA, BPS, BPF, BFDGE, NOGE, or BADGE additives for your baby’s health and safety.
Durable and easy to clean— Our feeding mat is durable, unbreakable, and heat-resistant for a long lifespan through baby and toddler feeding stages. Quick to clean by hand or toss in the dishwasher after meals for easy clean up. Sterilizer safe.
Slip-resistant—Our silicone placemat grips to most non-porous surfaces to stay in place while baby eats.
Roll or fold for easy storage at home or on-the-go—Soft, flexible silicone rolls or folds for convenient storage at home or while dining out.
Multi-purpose use—Use a creative play mat, craft mat, pet food placemat, and more for a long lifespan.
Designed with love for babies 6 months and up—Transitions through feeding stages for little ones 6 months and older.
Care Instructions—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 storing. Do not store in direct sunlight or near a source of heat. Microwave safe. Note: This product may stain after use due to the natural coloring in food.
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 98.6F (37C).