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Sophie la girafe Baby Teething Toy - Fresh Touch Gift Box £11.99 at Amazon Prime / £16.48 Non Prime
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Sophie la girafe Baby Teething Toy - Fresh Touch Gift Box £11.99 at Amazon Prime / £16.48 Non Prime

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Posted 12th Apr

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Really good teething you that my niece really liked to chew on
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Aren't these the things which collect moisture inside allowing mould to grow which your baby ingests making them ill? I thought they'd been banned?
Kidmonkey12/04/2020 18:03

Aren't these the things which collect moisture inside allowing mould to …Aren't these the things which collect moisture inside allowing mould to grow which your baby ingests making them ill? I thought they'd been banned?


Definitely not these toys, they don’t have holes and are solid not hollow
When my little lad loves this seems to help alot I paid £15 aswell so good price heat added
Karim_1712/04/2020 18:04

Definitely not these toys, they don’t have holes and are solid not hollow


Ah, ok if they're solid. I remember there being a bit of a scandal as someone mum wondered why her baby was always ill and cut the one she had open and it was black slime inside. Urgh, I'd hate for anyone else to have that
They do have a hole as it squeaks. Great for teething but they do say avoid getting water in the hole.
Ordered a week ago this giraffe and dinosaur for my 4 months son. His choice is dino. Head fits perfectly to small mouth. Giraffe is too big. Maybe at 6 months will be ok.
BargainLovingMum12/04/2020 18:23

They do have a hole as it squeaks. Great for teething but they do say …They do have a hole as it squeaks. Great for teething but they do say avoid getting water in the hole.


yeah definitely don't rinse it under water..i just brought a sanitising spray to clean it with. my 6 month old son loves this toy
BargainLovingMum12/04/2020 18:23

They do have a hole as it squeaks. Great for teething but they do say …They do have a hole as it squeaks. Great for teething but they do say avoid getting water in the hole.


Learn something new everyday, never saw the hole on theirs, thanks for informing me
KudzoSt12/04/2020 18:51

Ordered a week ago this giraffe and dinosaur for my 4 months son. His …Ordered a week ago this giraffe and dinosaur for my 4 months son. His choice is dino. Head fits perfectly to small mouth. Giraffe is too big. Maybe at 6 months will be ok.


Thanks for the link. Ordered the dinosaur
Rumana0312/04/2020 23:39

yeah definitely don't rinse it under water..i just brought a sanitising …yeah definitely don't rinse it under water..i just brought a sanitising spray to clean it with. my 6 month old son loves this toy


Which spray did you get? It doesn’t leave a taste or residue on the giraffe? Thanks
These are great for teething babies. Don’t believe all the rubbish regarding the black mould. It clearly states do not submerge in water. Like anything if water is trapped inside then mould will be allowed to grow. Just read the instructions and it will be fine
Kidmonkey12/04/2020 18:03

Aren't these the things which collect moisture inside allowing mould to …Aren't these the things which collect moisture inside allowing mould to grow which your baby ingests making them ill? I thought they'd been banned?


You can clean them it's just very difficult.

If this one is solid I'd recommend matchstick money. Cheaper and more ergonomic
BargainLovingMum13/04/2020 03:33

Which spray did you get? It doesn’t leave a taste or residue on the g …Which spray did you get? It doesn’t leave a taste or residue on the giraffe? Thanks


40395971-pmEkk.jpgi got this one and there is no need to rinse afterwards..i use it on dummies, changing mat etc as well.
Rumana0313/04/2020 08:28

[Image] i got this one and there is no need to rinse afterwards..i use it …[Image] i got this one and there is no need to rinse afterwards..i use it on dummies, changing mat etc as well.


Thanks! I will check it out
bbc.co.uk/new…041 Is it overkill in thinking that baby may dribble into the squeaky hole?
Monaco.Blue13/04/2020 10:00

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38660041 Is it overkill in thinking …https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38660041 Is it overkill in thinking that baby may dribble into the squeaky hole?


to be honest my son never chews near the hole bit so i doubt it. he normally chews the head or the feet
This is a total French classic since the year dot.
Edited by: "Badger99" 13th Apr
Monaco.Blue13/04/2020 10:00

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38660041 Is it overkill in thinking …https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38660041 Is it overkill in thinking that baby may dribble into the squeaky hole?


All that story shows is how it is perfectly fine and nothing to worry about. The horror stories came from people who submerged them in water and yes in that case they would find a large amount of mould growing inside. It's simple common sense.
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