Canpol babies non-spill silicone weighted strawSymbol: 56/609_pin
Unique silicone weighted straw follows the liquid, thanks to this, the child can drink till last drop, regardless of the angle. Special membrane in the straw allows the liquid into the straw only when the child is drinking. The straw is made of exceptionally soft silicone, which is gentle for baby's sensitive gums. Fits for 56/606 and 56/607 cups. Suitable for children from 6 months of age. 1 piece in the packaging.
- Product free of Bisphenol A
- Suggested age from 6 months
Unique silicone weighted straw – follows the liquid, allows drinking from any angle.
Non-spill straw – special membrane prevents the liquid from spilling.
Silicone, exceptionally soft straw – gentle for baby's sensitive gums.
Suitable for 56/606 and 56/607 cups.
The straw is suitable for 56/606 and 56/607 cups. Suitable for children from 6 months of age. 1 piece in the packaging.
Keep the product clean. Before first use, disassemble and clean the product and then place the components in boiling water for 5 min. This is to ensure hygiene. Before each subsequent use, wash all parts thoroughly with clean water and a mild detergent, including areas that may be invisible but where food has passed to remove any food residues. Rinse well with warm water. Do not place product in hot oven or heat in a gas/electric cooker. Hard water, fruit juice or tea may leave stains on the straw, or create limescale effect which does not change its properties. Thick liquids (e.g. suspensions with fruit pieces) may cork a straw. Check the product before each use. Straws are not suitable for a child under 6 months. Warning! This product is not a toy. For safe and healthy reasons, it is recommended to replace a straw max. after 3 months of use. Do not leave your child unattended during feeding.
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