Tired of your kids throwing their plates and bowls and their contents onto the floor every.damn.meal.time?
Yeah, us too. So when we saw these we just had to have them!
Plates are sectioned to allow food to be divided. Silicone for easy cleaning and A HUGE SUCTION TO KEEP THEM ON THE TABLE. (14cms to be exact)
Bowls are slightly higher on one side to help your smalls keep their food in the bow when scooping.
Buy on their own or together in a set and save a few $$$
Available in a range of colours to suit everyone’s taste.
Plate- 25cm long, 16cm wide, 2.5cm deep.
Bowl- 15cm diameter, 3.5cm high at lower side, 5.5cm high at higher side
These are made from the same type of silicone as our silicone beads- food grade & nasty free; as well as dishwasher and microwave safe
(To get the suction like in my video, I wet the base slightly, then pressed down firmly)
The video below shows the plate lifting an ikea high chair and not breaking suction
DISCLAIMER AND USEFUL TIPS:
These are not magic plates and bowls. If your baby has worked out how to break the seal on other suction plates, then chances are they’ll do the same thing on ours.
If your baby has worked out how to break the seal of the plate/bowl, consider removing the tray from the highchair and sitting them at the table or counter. A different feeding environment should distract them from the plate/bowl.
Plates and bowls also suction to wooden surfaces and laminate, and extremely well to stone surfaces.
For best suction, ensure surface is clean and dry. We advise sticking the plate when empty and then add food once stuck.
Some highchairs have a matte finish, the the plates and bowls don’t like this. We suggest covering the tray in clear contact to alleviate this issue.
A bowl that is constantly being thrown to the floor as the child has worked out the seal is not useless. Once the plate throwing stage of development has passed, it can again be used for its intended purpose.
Plates and bowls are also great as your children grow and begin to feed themselves as they don’t slip around on the table when they are using cutlery and scooping pressing against the side of the bowl.
Unfortunately, we will not be replacing or refunding bowls that ‘don’t stick’ because kids have worked out how to remove them.
Occasionally, some foods with high natural colorings may slightly discolor the silicone (eg curries and bolognaise). Please note that this is usually not permanent and should clear up in a few washes. Alternatively, a couple of hours on the windowsill in the sun will naturally bleach away the mark. Obviously any marking that may occur on the plate or bowl from foods you put in it is out of our control and we will not provide replacements in these instances.