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Frequently Asked

Frequently asked questions

How do I clean my silicone placemat?


Simple to clean, all you need to do is rinse with warm soapy water or place in the dishwasher on the top rack. We recommend putting the placemat back on the tray while wet then letting it air dry before the next use, this gives it more grip.




Is the LittleBodhiGrey silicone highchair placemat safe?


Yes! Our high quality food-grade silicone placemats are safe for use! They are free of harsh chemicals found in plastics and lower-grade silicones. - Phosphate free - Lead free - BPA free - FDA approved




Will my silicone placemat stain?


LittleBodhiGrey placemats are made with high quality food-grade silicone which is highly stain resistant. It may appear stained after using for a messy meal, but if you keep using and washing like normal it will go away on its own, soaking may speed up this process.




Do we offer local pick-up?


Yes! Local pick-up is an option at check out. We offer local pick-up in Spruce Grove, AB, every Sunday from 12:00-2:00pm. If that date/time does not work for you, email us so we can arrange something else.




Do I need the cushion insert?


You will need the IKEA cushion insert to use our cushion covers. If you dont already have one, we have some available for purchase in our shop.




What do I do if my footrest is slipping?


Quite often your footrest is slipping due to the natural skin oils building up. We recommend leaving your o-rings on the legs but push them to the top of the highchair. Then take rubbing alcohol and wipe down the legs, letting them air dry. Once dry, avoid as much contact as possible and re-install.




At what age should I stop using the highchair cushion?


The highchair cushion is for all ages! No matter what age, your child needs a cushion for stability and support. The cushion is an important tool to keep your child in a proper eating posture. If you find your little is getting cramped with the cushion, you can deflate the sides, and tuck them behind.