What did we do before our BooginHead SplatMat? Oh, I remember. We did a LOT more sweeping, mopping, and washing of blankets. The BooginHead SplatMat reduces clean up dramatically by catching spills and messes.The BooginHead SplatMat Features
- 52” round design covers more area than a typical square mat
- Compact for easy travel
- Fits under any high chair
- Great for picnics, parks, airports, art projects and beaches
- Keep in your purse or bag for an impromptu play mat
- BPA and phthalate free
- Reusable and durable
- Two fun, gender-neutral designs
CARE: Wipe clean with soapy water. Line dry only (do not place in dryer).
How We Use our BooginHead SplatMat
- Under the high chair. This is huge! No more picking sticky messes off of the floor or endlessly sweeping. I just let the Booginhead SplatMat collect those messes. Then I can shake it out into the garbage can or outside.
- Under our sensory bin. Sensory bins are awesome, but messy! Put your child and the bin over your mat and let the PlayMat collect the rice, cereal, beans, pasta, etc. that spills out of the bin. When you’re done, simply shake the items back in and you can use them again!
- Art Projects. Don’t forget to add a SplatMat to your art room! Paint, paper scraps, dropped crayons – protect your floors or table from art spill-over.
- Travel. The Booginhead SplatMat will fold up small enough to go in your diaper bag and you could keep one in the back of your trunk. Pull it out at the beach, park, or anywhere you need to collect a mess and easily clean up.
You can simply shake most messes off of your mat. You can then wip clean with soapy water. I tossed mine into the washing machine, then air dried. The mat dried quickly and worked again like new.
The only thing I would change about the SplatMat is to make it slightly larger. Our baby has quite the range and it would be useful to have a larger mat to place under his chair.
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