Snap each individual cube in the tray and insert into dishwasher with lids open (click on right illustration).
Are Baby Cubes Microwave safe?
Yes they are, to a maximum temperature of 110°C or 225°F degrees.
ALWAYS KEEP LIDS OPEN WHEN DEFROSTING.
Are Baby Cubes Freezer safe?
Yes they are, to a maximum temperature of -20°C or -4°F degrees.
Is the plastic toxic?
The Baby Cubes are made of a non toxic Polypropylene Virgin raw material We do not even accept Recycled Polypropylene in the fabrication of The Baby Cubes It must be of a Virgin Raw Polypropylene so that we can be certain of the highest quality.
Can Baby Cubes be sterilized?
Yes, to a maximum temperature of 200°C or 400°F degrees without contact with the heating parts. Always keep lids open when heating or defrosting.
What happens if I fill the cubes past the fill line?
Once liquids or solids are frozen they expand and so if you have filled the cubes past the max line there is the possibility that the lids will open as the food or liquid expands inside the freezer.
Can I open the lids with a sharp object once the cubes are frozen?
No this may cause them to crack if they are forced.
If I drop or bang the cubes when they are frozen can I still use them?
No, Baby Cubes are like any other plastic material that if frozen they loose their strength and if dropped or banged they may crack.
Should this happen, discard immediately.
Can I let my baby play with the Baby Cubes?
No, Baby Cubes are not a toy.
How long can baby foods safely be stored in the cubes once frozen?
Approximate Freezer storage times:
Vegetables = 6 months
Fruit = 6 months
Puree's with milk = 4-6 weeks
Fish = 10 weeks
Meat & Chicken = 10 weeks.
Do the Baby cubes contain any phthalates or bisphenol A?
No the Baby Cubes do not contain any of these chemicals in their plastic
I purchased Baby Cubes before the ban on BPA and Phthalates chemicals. Are my Baby Cubes safe to use?
Yes. Baby Cubes have always been made with polypropylene plastic, a plastic that is now widely used because it does not leach any BPA or Phthalates when heated or cooled.
I purchased Baby Cubes but it doesn’t indicate that they are BPA and Phthalates free. Can I still use them?
Yes. You may have had an older packaging that does not have the warning label on it or the label may have peeled off, but the Baby Cubes have always been BPA and Phthalates free since their inception in 1998.