Natural High Chair Tray Cleaner?

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  1. elm

    elm Mama

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    Does anyone use anything non chemically to clean their high chair tray? I'm hoping to start using more natural cleaning stuffs so any other cleaning material suggestions are welcome too :D

    Thanks x
     
  2. Rachel_C

    Rachel_C Well-Known Member

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    How about white vinegar? It's acidic so it kills germs. Vinegar is great for cleaning all sorts - kitchen, bathroom, windows, drains... bicarbonate of soda is also fab when you have a stubborn mark that you want to gently scrub away, like dried on dirt. If you google either of them plus cleaning, there are millions of uses for both.
     
  3. scatterpatch

    scatterpatch Well-Known Member

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    hot soapy water :) If its good enough for the bowls and spoons its good enough for the highchair !!
     
  4. Faerie

    Faerie Proud Mummy

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    I agree with scatterpatch!

    When I'm cleaning the bathroom I use tea tree oil diluted in water, though recently been using vinegar too. Plus I'm a former bleach addict!
     
  5. saraendepity

    saraendepity Daisy's Mummy and TTC!

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    morrisons havecloths you can buy that you just wet and wipe! very handy and the glass/window one is fab :thumbup:

    sara

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  6. princessellie

    princessellie Pregnant with #3

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    i use an old spray bottle, filled to the top with water, then ive added 5 drops tea tree oil and 5 drops lavender

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  7. elm

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    :blush: I've even got them!!! Think I've just been conditioned into thinking everything must be disinfected with sprays!

    Going to try all these depending on the severity of the mess!!!

    thanks every one :flower: x
     
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    Mrs Muffin Well-Known Member

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  9. Tiff

    Tiff LIKE A BOSS

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    Plain old soap and hot water here. I'm too afraid to use anything else as she eats off the tray :blush:
     

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