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Clicks Weaning Bowl With Spoon has a clip-on lid and flip-up spoon cover, making it ideal for travel and storage. Its ergonomic shape, non-slip base and specially curved bowl make this weaning set just right to feed your baby their first solids.
Clicks Weaning Bowl
Clicks weaning bowl with spoon: What does it do? Perfect for the weaning stage, this Clicks weaning bowl with spoon has a clip-on lid and flip-up spoon cover, making it ideal for travel and storage. Its ergonomic shape, non-slip base and specially curved bowl make this weaning set just right to feed your baby their first solids. Product information: Polypropylene, silicone rubber. What is BPA? We at Clicks are proud of the trust placed in our products and reassure that this product is Bisphenol A (BPA) free. BPA is commonly used in a wide range of plastics and could have a negative effect on you and your baby's health. It may disrupt the working of the hormone oestrogen, especially during pregnancy, and may cause various health defects. 5% of proceeds go to Clicks moms and babies trust. Clicks promise: If you are not entirely satisfied with this product please return it for a full refund as per our returns/ exchange policy. Talk to us... 0860 254 257. www.clicks.co.za. Recyclable. Card paper. Remember, always separate lids, caps, labels, cartons etc. before recycling.
Quantity in pack:
Clicks. 4+ months. Perfect for first foods. BPA free. Bisphenol A. Weaning bowl with spoon. Protective cover keeps spoon clean.
Care instructions: Before first use, wash in warm water with a gentle detergent. Always wash immediately after use. Wash with warm, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly. Dishwasher safe (top shelf only). Not suitable for the microwave. Avoid using abrasive pads or cleaners.
Always check the temperature of baby's food before feeding. Do not allow your baby to use this item unsupervised. Do not allow your baby to chew on this item as it could be a choking hazard. Remember to always consult with your pediatrician regarding introducing solid foods to your baby and specifically discuss any foods that may pose allergy risks for your baby.