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The material from which the Table Top™ is manufactured, is not dishwasher-safe.
Therefore we recommend washing it by hand. The Table Top™ and suction cups can be washed with warm water and dishwasher detergent.
Stokke® Tray is compatible with Stokke® Baby set version “V2” or “V3”.
If there is a mark “V2” or “V3” on the inner side of the Baby set rail (next to the sides attachment), then the Stokke® Tray will be compatible with the Baby set. If there is no mark on the rail the Baby set is version V1 and the Stokke® Tray will unfortunately not fit.
The tamper-proof buckle has an effective design that is intended to protect your little one securely on the Tripp Trapp® chair. We encourage you to spend 10 minutes to familiarize yourself with the product and properly adjust it prior to first use.
Please remember that since your child is constantly growing you need to readjust the Stokke® Harness on a regular basis.
Most important: never leave your child unattended.
The Tray should not be loaded with more than 5 kg/11 lbs.
The Stokke® Table Top tray is made of MABS ( Methylmethacrylate Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) and free from harmful substances such as phthalates and bisphenol.
It is perfectly safe to use with food.
"If you find that the leg space of the current, plastic Stokke® Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™ is too tight for your child, please make sure the Tripp Trapp® chair itself is adjusted correctly (with the seat plate installed according to the instructions in the Tripp Trapp® user guide) and the Baby Set™ fitted according to instructions in the Baby Set™ user guide.
Both user guides for the Tripp Trapp® chair as well as the Baby Set™ can be downloaded from: http://www.stokke.com/highchair/tripp-trapp-userguides-and-brochures.aspx On a general note, the new Stokke® Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™ has undergone rigorous testing and had been in use in the US, to high customer satisfaction, for several years before its introduction in Europe in 2011.
It was designed to meet revised international safety standards for high chairs (used between 6 and 36 months of age) and to fit the average child.
Of course, it may well happen in some cases that a child grows faster than the norm and outgrows the Baby Set™ before it reaches the maximum age advertised."