- Mouth fingerling for oral and dental care
- Baby’s first oral care
- For babies of 0-12 months
- Made in Germany
- Antibacterial effect
- Made out of cotton and zinc oxide
- Saliva and sweat proof
The Dentistar Mouth Cleaning Fingerling was created for a hygienic cleaning of gum, tongue and milk teeth. By using the mouth fingerling, parents can hygienically remove dental plaque. Thanks to the zinc faber technology it has an antibacterial effect meaning germs cannot survive on the mouth fingerling’s surface. The antibacterial effect lasts at least 80 washing cycles.
Clean the mouth finger before the first use. Pull the mouth finger entirely over the index finger. The mouth finger is flexible and adapts to the form of the finger. Slightly damp the mouth finger before using it. Gently clean and massage the baby’s mouth. Wash thoroughly with warm, running water after each use. Alternatively, the mouth finger can also be cleaned in the washing machine at 60°C. Use a laundry pile for washing to avoid damages. Only wash the mouth finger using the gentle cycle and only with laundry of similar color. Use fragrance free detergents. Do not use fabric softeners. Colors can fade caused by washing. Wring the mouth finger after cleaning and dry it at clean and bright place. Do not clean in the dishwasher. Do not sterilize in the microwave, as otherwise material defects can occur caused by detergents or uneven heating.
Inspect the Dentistar Cleaning Mouth fingerling before each use on signs of weakness or damage. Throw away at first signs of damage or weakness. Please replace the product once the mouth fingerling shows an unsightly coloration. Do not dip into sweet food or medicine as this might cause tooth decay and/ or material damage. Do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Not suitable cold water sterilization. Replace the mouth fingerling after one to two months for hygienic and safety reasons. Only use with short finger nails. The Dentistar Mouth Cleaning Fingerling is not a toy. Do not leave your baby unattended with the mouth fingerling.