The Natural Rubber Fish Teether is ideal for providing relief for a teething baby. Chewing on this fish-shaped teether with its textured surfaces helps to stimulate the gums in preparation for the arrival of the teeth.
The Natural Rubber Soother Fish Teether features an easy to hold grip for little hands and is specially designed to reach molars. The one-piece design also eliminates places where bacteria can hide.
Comes packed in a durable clear medical-grade polymer case offering a clean environment for dummies and teethers. Includes a flexible handle to attach to a pram, handbag or nappy-bag.
Made with 100% sustainable, Natural Rubber from the Hevea Brasiliensis Tree.
Made from 100% Natural Rubber from the sap of a Hevea Brasiliensis tree, grown in Malaysia.
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How to use
Before first use:
Before using your Natural Rubber Soother Fish Teether, please sterilise by immersing in boiling water for 5 minutes, then remove from the water & allow to cool. This will remove the oily film that naturally occurs on the rubber. Never allow to cool in the water.
Simply wash in warm water with mild liquid soap. If extra sterilisation is required place the Teether in a strainer and pour boiling water over the top. Do not sterilise in a bottle steriliser, wash in a dishwasher or leave in boiling water after the first clean.
You should always inspect the Teether carefully before each use, especially when your child has teeth. Throw it away at the first sign of damage. Being Natural Rubber, your product will eventually turn brown and feel sticky to touch, this is when it should be replaced.
How often should I replace my Teether?
Natural Rubber Teethers should be replaced every 8-12 weeks (depending on frequency of use). Provided you carefully inspect the teether before each use (especially when your child has teeth) there is no harm in using it for a longer period of time, however you'll notice the rubber get darker and possibly sticky, which a sign it's time to replace.