Dr. Brown's Lovey Pacifier & Teether Holder Gerry the Giraffe
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Lovey Cleaning: Wipe clean. Do not machine wash. Hand wash only, air dry. Pacifier Cleaning: Use clean hands and surfaces when handling. To ensure hygiene, boil for 5 minutes before first use, allow to cool, and squeeze out any trapped water from the pacifier/soother. Clean before each use in hot, soapy water and rinse well, or in a dishwasher-top rack only.
DescriptionDr. Brown's® Lovey Pacifier & Teether Holder Gerry the Giraffe. 0m+. Universal Fit: Fits Most Brands Of Pacifiers And Teethers! Includes: 1 Dr. Brown's® Silicone Pacifier. • Attaches To All Dr. Brown's® Pacifiers And Teethers. • Multi - Textured Materials.
Other DescriptionLovey body is soft plush material. Contrasting materials provide sensory stimulation. • Provides comfort to baby. • Multi-textured materials. • Durable snap secured pacifier or teether. • Fits Dr. Brown's® pacifiers and teethers. • Fits most other brands too. • Hand wash only, air dry. Complies with EN 1400. Complies with EN 71 and ASTM F963. May be patented, see drbrownsbaby.com/patents.  778-9001. drbrownsbaby.com. www.bebeinnova.com. © 2015 Handi-Craft Company.
IngredientsLovey Contents: Polyester Fibers And Plastic Pellets.
WarningsDo not tie pacifier around a child's neck as it presents a strangulation hazard.
For your child's safety, Warning!:
Inspect carefully before each use. Pull the pacifier/soother in all directions. Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. Only use dedicated pacifier/soother holders tested to EN 12586. Never attach other ribbons or cords to a pacifier/ soother, your child may be strangled by them. To prevent a possible choking hazard, test the pacifier/soother strength by pulling on the bulb portion of the niple/teat. Inspect carefully before and after each use, especially when the child develops teeth, and discard immediately if the nipple/teat shows any signs of wear or damage, such as cracking or tearing. Small pieces can accidentally be inhaled and cause serious injury. In the event that the pacifier/soother becomes lodged in the mouth, do not panic; it cannot be swallowed and is designed to cope with such an event. Remove from mouth with care, as gently as possible. Do not leave a child unattended with a pacifier/soother. Do not leave a pacifier/soother in direct sunlight or near a source of heat, or leave in sterilizing solution for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the niple/teat. Never dip nipple/teat in sweet substances or medication, your child may get tooth decay. Replace the pacifier/soother between one and two months of use, for safety and hygiene reasons.