The Baby Banana Sharky Brush is an infant teether and toddler training toothbrush in one !
Designed for infants up to 24 months, the Baby Sharky Brush has been a big hit with little kids — they love that Sharky’s “teeth” are actually bristles and the shark fins help to soothe and stimulate gums.
Loop a dummy strap through the rear “tail fin” holes and carry Baby Sharky Brush wherever you go. Sharky is also able to “stand up” on his back fins, so that baby’s toothbrush can stand next to the sink, just like Mummy and Daddy.
Made from the highest quality silicone, the Baby Sharky Brush is non-toxic, non-allergenic and BPA free.
Soft and flexible, the Sharky Brush is far safer than hard plastic toothbrushes as it decreases the risk of mouth injury if they fall. The small bristles massage teeth and gums. Plus Sharky is dishwasher safe and freezer friendly.
- 100% medical grade silicone
- BPA free, phthalate free, latex free
- Dishwasher safe for sanitizing
- Freezer friendly
- Easy to grasp in multiple places
Invented by a dental hygienist mum, the Baby Banana Sharky Brush is a fun away to encourage your kids to brush their teeth from an early age.
“As a dental hygienist and a mother of three, l’ve found that to make brushing fun at a young age is key to establishing good oral hygiene and preventing tooth decay.”
Read up on some frequently asked questions on the Baby Banana Sharky Brush :
What are the Baby Banana Brushes made of?
Baby Banana Brushes are made of the highest quality medical grade silicone. They are made using a dual injection molding process, which bonds all of the silicone into one extremely durable product. Baby Banana Brushes are 100% silicone – they have no hard parts, so they are safer for baby! They have been tested by Bureau Veritas and other private testing labs, and meet all the safety requirements as stipulated by the CPSIA for phthalates, lead and BPA.
What happens if a bristle gets pulled out?
Baby Banana Brush products are unique because they are one solid piece of medical grade silicone–right down to the bristles. These brushes have been tested to pass a tear test equal in force to what can be applied by a baby. Most babies simply do not have the jaw strength required to pull out a bristle, so it would be very unlikely if a bristle were to come out. However, if this happens there is no need to worry. Baby Banana Brushes are made of inert silicone which is non-toxic, and if swallowed, can pass through the digestive system without any problems. Always check your babies toothbrush and remove any loose bristles before each use.
How do I clean the Baby Banana Brushes?
They can be boiled to sterilize, or run through a dishwasher cycle (just like baby bottle nipples) to sanitize. No need to toss the Baby Banana Brush when your child gets sick, like ordinary toothbrushes. Just run through the dishwasher!