Care Instructions

Machine wash in cold water on gentle cycle setting. Avoid harsh spot-scrubbing, and use a phosphate-free detergent for longer color life. Tumble dry low or line-dry.
Wipe clean, do not machine wash. For tough stains, treat with a cleaner spray or leave in the sun. To release wrinkles, tumble dry using medium temperature.
Wash in the dishwasher or by hand with an oil and fragrance free dish soap. Soaps that contain essential oils, antibacterial agents or moisturizers all have oils that can stick to silicone and cause an unpleasant soapy taste.

FDA food-grade silicone is highly resistant to staining, but may get temporarily discolored with a red or orange sauce, especially if it's not washed right after use. If you notice discoloration, continue using and washing for a few days. Typically the discoloration will disappear on its own. Soaking in water overnight may speed up the process. You can also soak in hydrogen peroxide or leave in the sun if needed, but note that prolonged sun exposure may fade the color.

Pro Tip: We recommend putting the placemat back on the tray while wet then letting it air dry before the next meal. This trick gives it a little extra stick!
Footrests can be cleaned with a damp rag or soap and water as needed.
You can clean them with a wipe or sponge, hose them down, or rinse in the sink. We’ve even put ours in the washing machine (just make sure your machine doesn’t have any jagged edges it could get caught on!). You can also run it under the shower head when it needs a super thorough cleaning!

With paint, it’s easiest if you can wipe before it dries. Otherwise some scraping may be required.

Please note, fading may occur if silicone is left in direct sunlight over an extended period of time.
Scissors can be hand-washed or put in the dishwasher. Dry thoroughly to avoid rusting.

Reusable food bag is machine washable. Air dry for best results.

Silicone placemats can be rinsed with warm soapy water. They are also dishwasher safe, just make sure the mat isn't too close to the dishwasher's heating element.
Wash in the dishwasher or by hand with an oil and fragrance free dish soap. Soaps that contain essential oils, antibacterial agents or moisturizers all have oils that can stick to silicone and cause an unpleasant soapy taste.

FDA food-grade silicone is highly resistant to staining, but may get temporarily discolored with a red or orange sauce, especially if it's not washed right after use. If you notice discoloration, continue using and washing for a few days. Typically the discoloration will disappear on its own. Soaking silicone in water overnight may speed up the process. You can also soak in hydrogen peroxide or leave in the sun if needed, but note that prolonged sun exposure may fade the color.
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