Children’s non-slip placemats – the perfect feeding time companion
Welcome to the next level of functionality! Our cute Placie® range is award-winning for good reasons. These durable silicone placemats in our cute signature cat, bear and bunny designs are dishwasher safe and literally turn into your sanity saver over yet another glass of spilled milk.
Why our reusable placemats for toddlers and babies are winners
We understand that feeding time can sometimes be a challenge as it is, so we bring no-fuss designs to the forefront, allowing you to enjoy hassle-free, delicious meals without the mess. Crafted with high-quality, non-slip materials, these silicone baby placemats are the missing piece of the puzzle at your dinner table. They’ll also become the new best friend of your little one, thanks to their adorable designs and soft colours.
Silicone placemats for toddlers are the safer alternative
Silicone is the miracle component that makes We Might Be Tiny products the versatile and durable wonders they are. Best of all, no other material is food-safe and BPA-free while feeling at home in freezing temperatures and soaring heat.
And the best part is that you are directly contributing to saving the planet by using products made from natural materials while reducing waste. But beyond all this, there are other benefits of silicone placemats for babies that make them a safer, popular option on the market:
- Flexible and able to withstand the wear and tear of little fingers
- Easy to wash and wipe down after use
- Allows you to minimise your family’s use of plastic
- Designed to be BPA-free, with no added nasties
- Adorable designs and colours that your kids will love.
How to make your placemats last
Thanks to their durability, these mats will last the ages, but there are still some handy tips you can utilise to make sure they really outlast the messy years of your tots. To keep them clean, simply wipe them down with a damp, warm cloth, or submerge them in a sink filled up with hot water. Other options like baking soda can help get the grime out of hard-stuck crevices.
Tip: Stay away from abrasive sponges and steel wool, as these products can damage the foundation of silicone.
Three cheers to you!