Mimi the Sardine Coated Organic Cotton Splashmat, Jungle (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Splashmat by mimi the sardine
- Water-based acrylic-coated cotton fabric; made from organic cotton; machine wash and dry
- World-class swedish design is fun for young and old alike; high quality fabric is durable and perfect for all ages
- Jungle design; coordinating placemats, lunchbugs, aprons, bibs and lunchsacks also available
- Manufactured in the San Francisco Bay area, USA; Splashmat measures 42" x 42"
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Top Customer Reviews
Enter the Splashmat - we put it under the high chair and gave it a go - but we expected it to be a little tougher and thicker so that we could move a chair on it without it bunching up, and that it would stay flat. It does not stay flat - Every time we pull the chair in and out it bunches up and wrinkles. Though we can straighten it out, it requires constant attention and re-laying. Not what we needed, and we have stopped using it and folded it away to use for picnics or as a beach throw, we guess. It's pretty and probably would be good for that, but fails as a under table mat to keep things clean.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product - eco friendly, made in the USA, and free of harmful chemicals for children, pets, and adults. PLUS it's cute and functional. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Mary_WV8633
I'm very happy with this mat, even though it was pricey. It is one of the few PVC-free mats I could find. The best thing about it is that you can throw it in the washing machine. Read morePublished on September 16, 2009 by Michelle
Washes up easily in washing machine and we love the eco/kid friendly material. It was a little smaller than I expected but I guess I should have paid a little more attention to the... Read morePublished on June 30, 2009 by D. Tebo
I was expecting something a bit smaller in area and thicker. Basically this is just a huge piece of plasticized material, and although I have had it spread out under the baby's... Read morePublished on December 18, 2008 by Keri Larson