How to stop teethers falling on the floor

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How to stop teethers falling on the floor

Teething rusks and biscuits are an important part of your young childs life.  Babies love to chew on rusks when they are teething.  However there is the constant problem of your baby dropping their rusk on the floor.  Young babies do not have the coordination and grip strength to avoid dropping their food in the dirt.
Thankfully there is a product from Boon called the Gnaw which designed to solve this very problem.  The rusk or biscuit fits in to one end of the gnaw and the other clips on to the clothing.  Even if your baby drops their rusk it wont hit the ground.  It keeps the teether within easy reach so your baby can have it ready for them whenever they need it.  Boon uses the same technology as the chinese finger traps to keep stuff stuck into the end of the teether. In summary the gnaw

•    Easy-to-use, one-handed clip attaches to all fabrics
•    Top rack dishwasher-safe
•    BpA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free
•    Recommended age: 6+ months
•    Dimensions: 14.6" x 1.12" x .8"

The gnaw comes in various colours and is available for purchase from

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