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Safe HEVEA, Pure Natural Rubber, Non-slip Bath Mat, Charcoal Black, Plastic-Free
Our baby bath mats allows your little ones to splash around at bath time without the risk of slipping or sit on any harmful chemicals. Now in stylish Charcoal Black color, and still 100% Natural and safe!
- 100% pure natural rubber – people and planet friendly production
- BPA, phthalate and PVC free
- no colour add, just the natural colour of rubber
- The 200+ suction cups keeps the mat firmly adhered to the bottom of the bath tub.
- Dimensions: 55 cm x 32 cm (fits into Flexi bath)
Complies to the European PAHs, GS Mark certification
|Package Dimensions||2 x 3.6 x 12.6 inches or 5 x 9 x 32 cm (w x l x h)|
|Product Size||55cm x 32cm|
|Material Type||Natural rubber|
|Safety Standard||PAHs, GS Mark certified|
|Country of Origin||Malaysia|
Care Bath Mat
Before using for the first time, please rinse with hot water. To ensure that the mat stays firmly in place, it must be no bigger than the shower tray or bath, in which it will be used. Shower gels, foaming bath products etc. should be rinsed off thoroughly by hand after use. Never leave the bath mat in the tub as this may result in damage to the coating.
FAQ Bath mat
The black spots, which might be mould spots (we don’t know as we haven't seen it), can appear if the bath mat moist for a longer period as and have not been left to dry thoroughly after use, as we don’t use any mould preventing chemicals.
However, we trust that you might be able to clean the mould off. Vinegar is a wonderful natural disinfectant and is safer than bleach. Please mix 1/2 cup of white vinegar with a gallon of water and let the bath mat soak for an hour. Scrubbed the bath mat down with a sponge and let it dry. This should help and if not all the moulding is released, please repeat it again.
The black colour pigment is made of carbon.
It is highly unlikely; however, protein is a naturally occurring element in latex from the rubber tree which actually helps to preserve the rubber in a liquid state allowing us to work with it. During the production process, much of the latex protein is leeched out, resulting in very low levels in the finished item.
No allergic reaction to any Hevea product has yet been reported, but we urge parents to be aware of the unlikely potential for a latex allergic reaction.
Allergic reactions to latex vary considerably. If you are aware of any family history of latex allergy or if you notice any symptoms in your child that cause you concern or if your child has had a previous reaction to any other rubber products then we suggest you stop the use of your Hevea product without delay and visit your medical practitioner. Identifying early symptoms may prevent more serious effects.
The rubber industry as a whole is constantly looking at ways to reduce the potential for allergic reaction and we actively support our suppliers in this initiative. Allergic reactions to latex are not normally dangerous, but symptoms of it can include:
- Itchy, red or watery eyes
- Sneezing or a runny nose
- Rash or hives
- Chest tightness
- Shortness of breath