Providing a safe space for baby is our top priority!

Providing a safe space for baby is our top priority!

Posted by Dwinguler. on 8th Mar 2021

Providing a safe space for baby is our top priority, which is why we hold our products to the highest possible standards. All mats have been tested for and passed both CPSIA and EN71 standards, the strictest toy-making standards worldwide, for safety and hygiene. They are Phthalate Free. BPA Free, Lead Free, Latex Free, Formaldehyde Free, and EVA Free

Our product is made from only the finest quality materials and most appropriate materials to ensure safety. Dwinguler, BubbaMat and Baby Care Play mats are made with a non-toxic PVC called eco-friendly PVC.

This is a very different material from traditional PVC that is known for its toxicity concerns due to the use of plasticisers like phthalates. Non-toxic eco-friendly PVC which is used in medical equipment, toys, and households, is completely free of phthalates and has been tested and proven safe for humans. In addition, our mats contain no formaldehyde no heavy metals including lead and mercury and no BPA. All toxins in the materials are removed by l&S toxic removal technology and pass all Regulation and Product Standards in the States and EU.

For regular care or spills, use a baby wipe or damp cloth to clean the surface. Each play mat is also waterproof and may be cleaned with a soft brush and solution for a deeper clean or to remove stains.

We suggest a natural option like water and vinegar, or our favourite solution-lemon juice and baking soda. Combine 1/3 cup of lemon juice with 1/3 cup of baking soda and mix until it forms a paste. Apply the paste to any stain on the play mat. Remove after 10 minutes with a water-soaked sponge. We do not recommend using steamed or rotating-head vacuums on the surface, as this will damage the mat.

Our mats are 100% recyclable and made with eco-friendly materials that produce less harmful material than a piece of fire wood when destroyed by fire.

All of our products are designed, developed and manufactured in the Dwinguler factory in Korea.