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Frequently Asked Questions

Teething Accessories

Where Are Tulamama Baby Teethers Made?

All designs are made in Atlanta GA, USA. Our teethers are responsibly made in China, in a facility that has been approved by the FDA.

What Are Your Silicone Teething Accessories Made Of?

Our teethers are made of food-grade and medical grade silicone. They are non-toxic and safe to chew. The clasp on our pacifier clips are made of non-rust metal.

How Do I Take Care Of A Silicone Teether?

You can wash it by hand under warm, soapy water. You can also place it in the top rack of your dishwasher.

Can I Freeze A Tulamama Teether?

For sure. Cold teethers offer added relief for irritated gums. Place it in the freezer for as long as you like.

How Does Baby Teethers Work?

When babies start to teeth, their gums first become itchy. To “scratch” that itch, they like to chew on stuff. What’s great about a Tulamama silicone teether is that it’s not too hard (to hurt their gums) and not too soft (to be ineffective). It’s perfect for teething babies because it soothes their discomfort. Simply give your baby the teether or put it in front of them – they will naturally do the rest.

When Do I Offer A Teether To My Baby?

As soon as your baby shows signs of teething, offer him/her a teether. Most babies start teething around 6 months but some babies teether as early as 3 months.

How To Take Care Of A Tulamama Pacifier Clip and/or Teething Necklace?

Please wipe with a damp cloth or wash gently with warm soapy water. Our food-grade silicone beads are antimicrobial – no further care is required. Please do not boil, microwave, or sanitize If your product has wooden beads, do not submerge in water for long periods.

How To Take Care Of Silicone & Wood Teething Accessories?

Wood and food-grade silicone are antimicrobial. They can be spot cleaned with a damp cloth and a little soap.

Please do not submerge wooden toys and accessories in water, or allow them to be wet for long periods. This may cause the wood to become rough.

If the wood becomes dull over time, apply a 1-1 mixture of beeswax and food-grade-oil to it. Allow it to soak, then wipe off.