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New design BPA Free Sippy cups

Price: US $ 0.5 - 0.8 / Piece
Brand Name: Custom/OEM
Model Number: FC-SCUP 0034
Country/Region: China
Post Date: Mar 23,2012

Product Description: New design BPA Free Sippy cups


Sippy cups:

· Material: PP, BPA-free

· Fun design

· No leak,non-toxic and Dishwasher safe

· 2 handles especially designed for easy grip

· Suitable for all beverages juices, energy drinks and more.

· Capacity:300ml

 

What is a sippy cup? 

A sippy cup is a training cup with a screw- or snap-on lid and a spout that lets your child drink without spilling. You can get sippy cups with or without handles and with a variety of spouts. Sippy cups can be a great way for your baby to transition from nursing or bottle-feeding to a regular cup. They can also help improve hand-to-mouth coordination. When your baby has the motor skills to handle a cup, but not the skills to keep the drink from spilling, a sippy cup can give him some independence while keeping cleanup to a minimum.

 

When should I introduce a sippy cup?

Some babies enjoy a sippy cup as early as 5 or 6 months, and others aren't interested until after their first birthdays. Most babies seem ready around 7 to 9 months, though.

 

What's the best way to transition to a sippy cup?

Some babies take to a sippy cup immediately; others take a while to get used to the idea. Here are some tips on making the transition easier:

Start off with a soft, pliable, nipplelike spout, which will feel more familiar to your baby than a hard plastic spout.Show your baby how to raise the cup to his mouth and tip it up to drink.Give it some time. Until your baby masters the maneuvers.Don't worry if your baby doesn't use the sippy cup properly for a while. It makes a fine toy, too!Try different sippy cups until you find one that suits your baby. Encourage your child to use a regular cup when you think he's ready.

What should I do if my child refuses the sippy cup?

Dip the tip of the sippy spout into the milk or juice and then give it to your baby. He may just need a hint!Try touching the tip of the spout to the roof of his mouth to stimulate his sucking reflex.If he drinks from a bottle, give him half of his formula in the bottle. When it's empty, switch to the sippy cup for the second half of the feeding If your baby sucks on the sippy spout but doesn't get anything, try taking out the valve that controls the flow (if his sippy cup has one of these and it's removable). It'll be messy at first, but once he learns to handle the cup you can put the valve back in and he'll probably be willing to suck harder for his drink.Work backward. Teach your baby to drink from the sippy without the lid first. Put just a teaspoon or two of liquid in at a time and help him raise the cup to his mouth. After he gets the hang of that (and sees that there's liquid inside the cup), then put the lid on (without the valve, if there is one). Finally, put the valve in and let him take over.Offer your baby a straw. Some baby cups come with built-in straws, and some babies find these easier to use than a spout Switch beverages. Some babies will drink water or juice — but not breast milk or formula — from a sippy. Show him how. Get yourself a sippy cup and let your baby see you drink from it. Sometimes all it takes is a little sucking noise (make it when you give him the sippy cup) to inspire a baby to start sucking. Shop around. There are all kinds of sippy cups, with all kinds of spouts. There are even bottles that transition from a regular bottle to a bottle with handles to a sippy cup with a lid and straw to a regular toddler cup. Sippy cups aren't too expensive, so it's worth letting your baby test-drive several if the one in hand isn't working.

How much juice/milk/water should I give my baby each day in his sippy cup?

If your baby starts using a sippy cup before he can drink juice or whole milk, simply give him a portion of his breast milk or formula in the sippy cup each day. If he's thirsty between feedings, refill the sippy with water. When your baby starts drinking non-citrus juice (not before 8 months), give him no more than half a cup of juice a day, in addition to his formula or breast milk.

 

Our corperation is a professional in the fields of plastic and rubber products .We extremely to design and manufacture various baby things for more then 10 years, like nipples , teether and sippy cups. Our sippy cups are made of food-grade raw material PE & PP which have passed the FDA certification of SGS. The silicone material can also be optional if you like, only the silicone material is not as cheap as plastic.

We have strong R&D team and good production equipments which can ensure you own a perfect sample. Just contact me to start it !

 

 Our Advantages:

1. Our current management have over 11 years of experience in Rubber & Plastic Molding.

2. Fu Chuang Factory is one of the most powerful base for manufacturing Sippy cups.

3. ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and various other Approvals.

4. More than 50 engineers is up to Expert Technical & Design capabilities.

5. A comprehensive range of over 210 rubber presses capable of Injection, Transfer, and Compression moulding.

6. Capability to cater from rapid molding to mass production

7. Credit ,quality and service stand first.

8. Extremely to reduce customer’s purchase cost and Opportunity Cost.

 

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Supplier Details:

Shenzhen Fu Chuang Rubber & Plastic Hardware Products Limited

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Contact Phone:0086-755-36615168

Main Products:Processors

Business type:Manufacturer, Distributor/Wholesaler

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