Wildkin / Olive Kids products:
All Wildkin products are tested by a certified 3rd party laboratory testing facility. All products and accessories meet or exceed current safety standards as set forth by the Consumer Products Safety Information Act.
All Wildkin products are completely free of BPA and Phthalates. All materials produced are tested for lead content. All Wildkin products are non-toxic and kid-friendly.
None of Wildkin products contain loose pieces or removable parts that could pose a choking hazard for young children. All zippers are finger-friendly – they won’t bite.
No flame-resistant chemicals are ever applied to Nap Mats or Sleeping Bags. Although the shells of the bags do contain polyester, the way that the cotton and polyester are blended and weaved makes the bags naturally flame-resistant – meaning they have a slow “burn rate” and minimal “ease of ignition.”
All baby bean bags’ zippers with direct access to the filler are missing a puller as per safety standard to ensure that little kids will not be able to reach polystyrene beans inside bags.
In order to open such a zipper, please use an ordinary paper clip, which is normally possible to find in every house. Insert the end of the paper clip through the place where the zipper tag has to be attached and pull to open.
FOR THE SAFETY OF CHILDREN ALWAYS REMEMBER TO REMOVE THE PAPER CLIP WHEN YOU ARE DONE AND THE BEAN BAG’S ZIPPER IS CLOSED!
– Use the baby bean bag only by placing it on a flat floor.
– Never pick up the bean bag with a baby inside!
– Make sure to always use the 3-point safety harness.
– Never leave a baby unattended. The bean bag must only be used under the supervision of an adult.
– Baby bean bags are not designed for long overnight sleeping but it is perfect for daytime naps.
– Make sure the baby bean bag is always properly filled.
– Educate your children about hazards of playing with bean bag filler and explain to them that it is not a toy.
– Educate babysitters and other caregivers about child safety.
Like with all items used by little children, parents are ultimately responsible for following the safety guidelines and all recommendations.