If the children’s tableware is not selected properly, it is easy to affect the children’s health. How to choose children’s tableware? Now let’s find out together.
Brand and safety: There are many baby tableware brands on the market, such as NUK, Goodbaby, Tupperware, etc. Among the factors of purchase, safety is the most important thing for mothers, and well-known brands have been tested by relevant national departments and are more secure.
Style and function: Now there are various styles and shapes of tableware, and special-shaped spoons are convenient for babies to put food into their mouths. Although there are many styles of tableware, they are still convenient and practical, and the shape is round. The functions of the tableware are different. There are bowls with suction cups on the base, which will not move when adsorbed on the table, and are not easy to be knocked over by the baby; there are temperature-sensing bowls and spoons, which are convenient for mothers to control the temperature and prevent the baby from scalding; most of them are qualified The tableware is also resistant to high temperature and can be sterilized at high temperature to ensure safety and hygiene.
Material and color: There are many materials used to make tableware, such as plastic, ceramics, glass, stainless steel, bamboo, melamine, etc. The production materials of baby tableware are usually plastic, stainless steel, bamboo and melamine.
Plastic: Plastic tableware is made of polymer compounds. During the processing, some solvents, plasticizers and colorants are added, which are toxic to a certain extent, and are easy to adhere to grease, which is difficult to clean. It is not an ideal tableware. If you like plastic tableware, it is best to choose products that are colorless and transparent, without decorative patterns or patterns on the inner wall of the tableware, and never buy and use plastic tableware that is smelly, brightly colored, and messy. Because the lead content in the color is relatively high, it is easy to cause lead poisoning.