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Tableware Set 5 elements BONJOUR PARIS beige

Symbol: 9/227_bei

Tableware Set 5 elements BONJOUR PARIS beige

Symbol: 9/227_bei

BONJOUR PARIS tableware set is an environmentally friendly alternative to classic plates and bowls made of plastic. The tableware set is made of solid, resistant, unbreakable and suitable for contact with food materials, using natural raw materials – 50% wood flour and 30% edible corn starch (and 20% melamine resin). The set includes: a plate, a bowl, a cup and cutlery – a fork and a spoon. The cutlery has rounded edges, thanks to which it is safe for the child's mouth and delicate gums. BONJOUR PARIS baby tableware set with cute prints will encourage your child to eat the meal. Canpol babiestableware set is perfect for children over 12 months of age who learn to eat and drink on their own. Dishwasher safe using undyed cubes and mild washing liquids. Tableware set for babies BONJOUR PARIS will be perfect at home, on vacation or during a picnic.

  • BPA free Product free of Bisphenol A
  • Dishwasher safe Dishwasher safe
  • Suggested age 12m+ Suggested age from 12 months
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Light, handy and durable tableware.

Perfect for learning of independent eating.

With natural raw materials – 50% wood flour and 30% edible corn starch (and 20% melamine resin).

Safe for children and environmentally friendly.

The set consists of 5 elements.

Plate with the capacity of 250 ml.

Bowl with the capacity of 300 ml.

Cup with the capacity of 250 ml.

Cutlery – spoon and fork with rounded edges.

Can be washed in the dishwasher.

Available in three color versions.

Additional info
Can be washed in the dishwasher using undyed cubes and mild washing liquids.
Available in three color versions.
Dedicated for 12m+ children.
Capacity: cup 250ml, bowl 300ml, plate 250ml.
How to use
Keep the product clean. Before first use, clean the cup and then place in boiling water for 5 min. This is to ensure hygiene. Before each subsequent use clean carefully to ensure hygiene. Before first and each use, wash the other elements of the set in warm water with mild detergent,rinse thoroughly. Avoid using sharp or abrasive materials when cleaning. Pour with boiling water. Do not boil the bowl, plate, spoon and fork. We recommend washing by hand or dishwasher (max. 60°C) using undyed cubes or delicate washing liquids, to avoid color change. Do not use in microwave, and freezer. Do not place product in hot oven or heat in a gas/electric cooker. Do not leave the product in direct sunlight or in a hot place, as this may weaken the product. Do not leave acidic food in contact with the product for a long time, it may cause discoloration/destruction. Fruit juice, tea or some food may discolor product which does not change its properties. Protect against dropping – product may break. Warning! This product is not a toy. Further important information inside.
WARNING! For your child’s safety and health.
Continuous and prolonged sucking of fluids will cause tooth decay.
Always check food temperature before feeding.
Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness.
Keep components not in use out of the reach of children.
Never attach to cords, ribbons, laces or loose parts of clothing. The child can be strangled.
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