Munch Mitt Baby Teething Mitten & Sensory Toy Grey
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Munch Mitt Teething Mitten
The Munch Mitt Teething Mitten is a hand-held tether designed to soothe your baby's gums from 3 months to 12 months of age. Soothing to the gums and protective to fingers and hands, the clipable tether features a clip-on strap for a hand free, self-soothing, or a playful nature. Simply clip onto a toy tether, car seat or stroller for an added benefit and security in knowing it will always be there. The Munch Mitt Teething Mitten is an ideal solution for the seven-month range when your baby's dexterity is developed. Adding another layer of sensory development, the mitt features a sensory stimulating crinkle noise activated by simple movement of the hands or mitt.
Let your baby travel in style with the Munch Mitt Teething Mitten. Manufactured with 100% food grade silicone, the tether is soft, flexible and protective from his/her saliva or chewing. With an interchangeable mitt design, the only job you have is to flip and position the thumb area for proper use. Secure the tether with the adjustable strap to your stroller or car seat when traveling for that hands-free support you need while driving and rest easy in knowing your baby is in total enjoyment. The Munch Mitt Teething Mitten comes with a travel and wash bag.
Additional Information and Instructions:
Proper care of the Munch Mitt Teething Mitten recommends routine machine washing with baby's items and drying on low heat or air drying. Damaged tethers should be discarded immediately. In between machine washes is required to remove saliva and maintain a sterile tether. Do not use a microwave. The Munch Mitt Teething Mitten can be washed in a top rack dishwasher without the use of heat on your drying cycle. Throughout the day, it may be necessary to do a quick wash; you can use hot water and dish soap and hand scrub. -Rinse well, ring out and dry on a medium setting.
Do not store damp/wet with saliva or water in an airtight place.
Safety tested to exceed all federal safety requirements, including CPSC, ATSM regulations and the most current CPSIA.