Caring for your teething jewelry

You just got your first piece of teething jewelry and cant wait to put it to good use with your Little. Yay! But as we all know, drool is inevitable and for that we're here to give you tips on how to clean and care for your new favorite accessory. Luckily, our jewelry is tough. It can withstand pulling, tugging, drooling, biting, throwing, and high temperatures. Yep, that means it can go in mama's favorite time-saving appliance- the dishwasher! We recommend putting it in a dishwasher-safe basket.

You can also rinse it under running water and soap. Make sure to rinse it well and dry with a paper or lint-free towel. The cord air dries quickly. Because of the rubbery texture of silicone (the same material that pacifiers and bottle nipples are made out of) it tends to catch fine lint. So, air-drying might be the best option if this bothers you. Rest it on a bottle drying rack to drip dry. 

 

October 23, 2013 by Arleene Taylor
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