A unique range of gorgeous natural rubber toys which are fully enclosed with no holes making them perfect bath toys.
NATURAL RUBBER AND SILICONE BATH TOY CARE INSTRUCTIONS
REGULARLY CHECK FOR DAMAGE
This is the most important thing to do.
Toys should be checked for any tears or cracking and should be stretched to make sure no cracks appear. If they do then discard the toy and do not give to your child.
If they become sticky or patches of brown appear then they should also be disposed of.
KEEP RUBBER AND SILICONE BATH TOYS DRY
After being played with bath toys should be dried really well and then taken out of the bathroom and stored in a different room.
This is because if left damp and kept in the bathroom where the air is moist and warm then over time these toys can develop mould spots.
Mould loves to grow in warm damp conditions so it is going to really love growing on bath toys. This is one of the reasons they don’t have a hole in them so mould can’t grow on the inside, where you can’t see it.
If mould does grow wash with hot soapy water and a wipe down to get rid of it.
KEEP RUBBER AND SILICONE BABY TOYS OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT
Yep, just like children toys are sensitive to UV damage and if they are left in direct sunlight then they will discolour and lose their super cuteness.
The direct sunlight can also speed up the aging process so toys can become brittle and start to crack.
KEEP RUBBER AND SILICONE BATH TOYS AWAY FROM HEAT
Again toys like children don’t like to be near a source of heat and if left there long enough they will burn, the rubber will discolour and you will be left with brown marks and cracking, so keep well away from fires and don’t put on heaters to dry out.
HOW TO CLEAN RUBBER AND SILICONE BATH TOYS
A quick wipe with some soapy water and a damp cloth is normally enough. They don’t need to go into a washing machine and they don’t need to be sterilised as this will damage them.