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Q: What are the raw materials of Miniware silicone tableware?

100% food grade silicone. Our raw materials are ethically sourced from South Korea. Miniware’s silicone has Passed FDA & LFGB safety certifications, and are free of  PVC and BPA.

 

Q: Why did Miniware choose silicone materials for its tableware?What are the advantages and disadvantages of silicone material?

1. Silicone is a very convenient material for today’s busy, modern parents. It can be used in dishwashers, the heated dry cycle,  a microwave, or with steam sterilization, or even frozen. This gives parents many options when it comes to preparing, serving and saving leftover baby foods. 

 

2. Compared with other materials used in children’s tableware, silicone material is more resistant to dropping and falling. Soft, supple silicone won’t hurt a baby's delicate skin or gums. The MINIWARE silicone Training Spoon is suitable for babies to use before teething and is the perfect introduction to cutlery for new self-feeders. 

 

3. "Silicone"  is a material with pores, so compared with other materials, it is easier to absorb dust and dander. Dirty silicone can sometimes feel “sticky.” We recommend that parents use the effective cleaning methods outlined below to solve this problem.

 

 

Q: How do I wash Miniware's silicone dividers, spoons, and bibs? How can I prevent them from getting an odd smell, staining, or becoming sticky?

It is recommended to frequently wash Miniware silicone products using the simple methods below to maintain a sanitary surface for your baby. This will avoid sticky residue, staining, and lingering odors. 


 

  • Rinse silicone products directly after use to avoid staining from drying food products.
  • Soak silicone in hot water before washing to loosen sticky residue. 
  • Disinfect regularly with boiling water and gentle detergent to dislodge any embedded odors or grease contained in the
  • silicone pores. 

 

Q: What should I do if my Miniware silicone divider, spoon,cutlery, or bib are sticky or stained?

When the silicone separator plate, spoon, and bib feel sticky or appear stained, it means that the silicone pores contain residue or grease.

To return Miniware to a like-new state, simply soak the silicone product in hot water, add a gentle, neutral detergent and soak for about ten minutes before washing. If the issue is not resolved, repeating this process several times can produce better results.

 

Staining and stickiness will not reduce the performance of silicone products, rest assured! To prevent build-up in the first place, quickly rinse silicone products after use to prevent from drying on the spoon, bib, or plate divider. 

 

 

Q: The silicone tableware I bought has a strange smell. Is this normal? Are there chemicals?

Silicone will have a smell after processing. We recommended disinfecting all silicone products prior to first use to reduce this normal odor and ensure a sanitized surface for your baby. Soak in boiling water for 30 seconds or very hot water for 10 minutes. 

 

Q: Should I avoid certain foods on silicone tableware to avoid staining?

Our Miniware testers tried out kimchi and curry on our silicone product. After normal use, soaked in hot water, and cleaned with neutral detergent and sponge, there was no staining.

 

However, some foods and spices are heavily pigmented, such as dragon fruit, curry powder, blueberries, etc. These foods can stain silicone in a short period of time. Staining will not affect the use of your Miniware products. However, if you wish to completely eliminate the possibility of staining, we recommend not using silicone for these types of foods. 

 

 

Q: Can Miniware silicone be heated in the microwave? How can I clean or disinfect my silicone products?

Silicone material is very temperature-resistant (-40 ~ 230 degrees), and is fine for use in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer and non- UV sterilizer. 

 

O can use general sterilizer

O can use the dishwasher

O can use a dish dryer

O can use microwave oven

X Do not use UV sterilizer; silicone products will easily change color when exposed to ultraviolet rays. Although it will not affect the function, if you are concerned about the appearance and color changes, please pay special attention not to place this product in the UV sterilizer!

 

 

Q: Is there an expiration date for silicone series products?

  • There is no special expiration date for silicone products, which may vary according to the user's usage habits and storage methods.
  • In order to extend the lifespan and the color, we recommend cleaning as soon as possible after use. Do not soak in oily or dirty water for a long time after eating. Please use neutral/natural cleaners and non-abrasive sponges for cleaning. Do not use UV sterilizer, and avoid prolonged sun exposure. Air dry and store in a cool, dry place.