ANIMALS Soother is made of the highest quality rubber. It has a cherry shape nipple. Special, vented shield avoids chafing around the delicate children’s mouth. It is BPA free. Available in several colours. Suitable for children aged 6-18 months.
1 pc per package.
Made of natural latex. BPA-free.
Do not use in dishwasher or microwave. It can be disinfected and scalded.
Keep it clean. Before first use disinfect soother in boiling water for 5 min. Then, after cooling, squeeze the teat to get rid of water water remaining in the soother. To maintain hygiene, clean the teat regularly under warm running water. At least once a day and every time the teat falls out of bed or stroller, scald it in hot water. I cannot be used in dishwasher or microwave. It can be disinfected and scalded. Do not use antibacterial or abrasive cleaning agents for cleaning. Their high concentration may cause damage to plastic components.
Never leave the soother exposed to the direct sunlight, high temperature or detergents (“sterilising solution”) for longer than recommended, as it can damage the teat.
Warning! Do not put a child's pacifier in your mouth! By doing so, you can pass infections to your baby. Don't dip soothers in sweet liquids like honey or syrup before giving them to your baby, as this can cause tooth decay and other oral diseases.
Keep soothers in a clean and dry container. Replace the soother with a matte or cracked teat before the baby bites off a piece of it and chokes.
Check the product carefully before each and every use. Pull the nipple in all directions. Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. If your child already has teeth and still uses a soother, regularly check the teat if it is not bitten. To ensure child’s comfort and safety, it is recommended to replace the soother every 1-2 months.
If it happens that your child puts the whole soother in the mouth, DO NOT PANIC. The soother was designed in such a way that it cannot be swallowed by a child. As soon as you notice that your baby has put the entire soother in his mouth, remove it as gently as possible.
We recommend weaning a toddler off a pacifier if he has reached 3 years old.