OXO Tot FAQ

1. Do the OXO tot products contain BPA? Lead? Nitrosamine? Latex? Triclosan? Phtalates? Pvc?

No. The safety of OXO Tot users is a top-priority. All OXO Tot products that come into contact with food are free of BPA, phthalates, nitrosamine, latex, triclosan, lead and pvc.

2. Where are OXO Tot products made?

You can find this information on the packaging.

Since safety is a priority for OXO Tot, every producer that OXO Tot collaborates with meets the quality and safety standards of each country where the product is sold in.

3. Which products are allowed in microwaves?

  • Feeding set (except for the cutlery)
  • Divided feeding dish
  • Divided plate
  • Plate
  • Toddler feeding set
  • Small and large bowl set
  • 4 piece Baby Blocks freezer storage containers
  • 6 piece Baby Blocks set

More information can be found on the packaging. To avoid discolouration and burns, it’s best not to put food with lots of oil, fat, sugar, or tomatoes in the microwave for longer than 30 seconds. Always check the food’s temperature before serving.

4. Which products are allowed in the dishwasher?

  • All cups
  • All plates
  • All cutlery
  • All snack boxes
  • All brushes
  • Both dishwasher baskets
  • Small & large bowl
  • Formula containers
  • Baby Blocks freezer storage containers
  • Bottle drying rack
  • Drying mat

5. Can food-related OXO Tot products be sterilised?

The below mentioned products may be sterilised with sterilisation liquid:

  • Divided feeding dish
  • Divided plate
  • Plate
  • Feeding spoon set
  • Fork & spoon set
  • Formula containers
  • Small & large bowl
  • Snack disk
  • Bottle drying rack
  • 4 piece Baby blocks freezer storage containers
  • 6 piece Baby Blocks set
  • Cleaning set for straw & sippy cups
  • Toothbrushing station
  • Food freezer tray
  • Sippy cup: valve and lid (NOT the plastic cup itself)
  • Straw cup: straw and lid (NOT the plastic cup itself)

Never sterilise OXO Tot products by boiling or steaming them.

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