Make mealtimes mess free

Make mealtimes mess free


Posted 8th Aug 2016

YH PROMOTION 

 

 Does serving pasta and noodles to pasta your children end up with you needing to repaint your kitchen walls? Look no further, we've got just what you need to make mealtimes mess free.

The CleverstiX fork and spoon set is part of a special ergonomically designed child development cutlery range designed to make mealtimes easier for parents, carers and children.

The easy-twist grips are streamlined and made from silicone so they feel great to hold and help kids secure optimal hand-grip control. The rounded tips have been designed to reduce mess and make mealtimes safer. Also, they are built with high-grade stainless steel which means they can pierce through all types of food.

The benefits of using CleverstiX cutlery:

Clever folk and spoon

  • Fine motor development: enhances coordination and dexterity, great for handwriting and pincer strength.

  • Learning aid: once agility is developed, the streamline silicone grips help kids master the fork swivelling action for pasta and noodles.

  • Simple to use: they ‘catch’ food with the minimum of fuss.

  • Less mess: helps prevent food slipping off, even when held vertically.

  • Child safety: no pointed or sharp edges, and BPA Free.

  • Multi-purpose: ideal for spaghetti and noodles, yet effectively grips and pierces other food too.

  • High-quality: built to last with 18-10 stainless steel.

For more information about the CleverstiX fork and spoon set please visit www.cleverstix.com/cleverfork





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