Keeping Baby Toys Clean Without Chemicals

Posted by Susan Brown on June 01, 2017 0 Comments

So, you've made it through the newborn stage - congrats, now the fun can really begin!  Once your baby gets to three to four months old, they'll start to be able to interact more with you and the world around them, which is a great time to introduce some bright, colorful (and possibly noisy!) baby toys. 

When you first get them out of the box they're lovely and clean, but what happens when they've been dropped on the floor a few times? Or been licked by the dog?  Babies often explore new things by putting them in their mouths, so you definitely want to make sure that they are cleaned regularly. But by the same token you also don't want them trying to eat something that you've just covered in a chemical cleaner! Some of the ill effects of using modern cleaning products can be poisoning, allergies, eczema, eye damage and other health effects. 

 

This article gives some great tips on the best ways to keep baby toys clean and how regularly to do so. 

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