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What Nuby products are BPA-free?

The Soft Landing has created a cheat sheet that sorts out the BPA chaos over Nuby’s products. I know trying to figure out which of their products are BPA-free or not has been a headache for many parents, including myself. I called them regarding which were BPA-free and which were not, and I swear the lady seemed just as confused as anyone. Thanks to the Soft Landing for helping sort this out! You can check it out here.

Nuby products are easy to find at most discount retail stores, baby stores and can be purchased online for the best selection.

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Which Munchkin products are BPA-free?

It’s difficult as a parent to just go to the store and buy a sippy cup, bottle, or other feeding device these days due to the potential the product contains BPA. Fortunately manufacturers are becoming wise and creating lists clarifying which products contain BPA and which do not. Munchkin has such a list on their website which can be found here.

Munchkin products are great in my opinion. I have never had a problem with any of their products I own. And they can easily be found in most discount retail stores (Target, Wal-Mart, Babies R Us, etc) or you can stay home and shop online and get them sent right to your door!

 

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Which Rubbermaid products are BPA free?

I have (well had) a few Rubbermaid containers and like many others, was concerned whether or not they contained BPA. I knew without researching anything, the stain shield containers did contain it, so I tossed that months ago.

And then I came across a page on Rubbermaid’s website that clearly defines which products contain BPA and which do not. Major kudos to Rubbermaid on creating this easy-to-read, and very comprehensive guide. You can review it here.

Rubbermaid is sold in most traditional discount stores, grocery stores or online.

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Which Tupperware products are BPA free?

I had a rep tell me that all Tupperware products were BPA-free, but this is not true! The good folks at Z Rec’s went through 15 hours of research, phone calls, emails, etc. and finally brought in a PR mediator before Tupperware would release the list of BPA-free and BPA-containing products. Seems a little suicidal of Tupperware to be that difficult about the sitaution.

Tupperware’s whole children’s line is BPA free, but there are some products that are not. You can read the whoe report here.

Tupperware is traditionally sold through a representative, but you can also purchase it online.

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Boon Frog Pod: Product Review

We LOVE the frog! We had no problems installing it on our porcelain tile and no problems with it staying put, even with it loaded up with toys, shampoo, etc.

The frog holds an amazing amount of toys – you’d be surprised. It has a removable storage basket that allows you to easily dump out the toys and scoop them up. It has a great handle to make this a snap, plus you can rinse them in hot water before hanging the basket up on the frog!

The frog’s toes are a great place to hang washcloths and loofas. And there is a shelf for shampoo, bubble bath and conditioner behind the frog’s head.

There are 2 installation options – suction cups for a lighter load and sticky strips for heavy loads. I would encourage you to try the suction cups first. We had a heavy load (I thought) and the suction cups held just fine for over a year. We just remodeled our bathroom so we will see if the cups work as well on the new tile. I hope so, because my husband threw the sticky strip installation piece away!

Hints on installation – per Amazon’s reviews, many people did have some trouble getting the frog to stay on the wall. Make sure you follow the instructions exactly, including leaving the base piece on the wall for the appropriate amount of time (24 hours if I recall) before attaching the frog itself.

I highly recommend the Boon Frog Pod for helping keep bath toys and necessities organized and in a modern, stylish and fun way! My daughter also loves the frog, so it’s a hit all the way around!

Amazon has the Frog Pod at a good price.