easy care tips
caring for your wooden toys
Use a clean cloth to apply a light coat of food-grade oil to nourish and protect your toy.
We suggest olive, coconut, or flaxseed oil.
Repeat steps one through four whenever your toy no longer feels smooth.
caring for your wooden teether
Wood is a great choice for teethers because of its antimicrobial and hypoallergenic properties. Plus, we only use raw, untreated, and non-splintering wood in our products - so they’re extra-safe for little mouths.
We hope your teether gets used (a lot!), so here are some tips to keep it clean and good as new.
Wash with warm soapy water. Never soak your teether.
As needed, hand-sand with fine-grit sandpaper, paying special attention to edges.
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