If you missed the Toy Safety post, go back to read it here.Today we've got Lamaze toys by TOMY brands. Lamaze toys are pretty mainstream and aren't known for being "green" in particular. However, the company, that also owns my favorite Boon, is obviously set on making safe products. First of all, all Lamaze toys are made primarily out of fabric with a few small plastic components. What Lamaze toys DO NOT HAVE: Fire Retardants PVC Now that's that out of the way... Lamaze toys are probably the most colorful interesting fun and varied toys I have seen. I like that the majority of Lamaze toys are made out of fabric, which is always safer than the safest plastic. Some components that ARE made of plastic use safer plastics like ABS, PP an EVA foam. Lexi's favorite, the Stretch Giraffe, reminds me of a ragdoll haphazardly put together with different fabrics and materials. It has so many odd ends to chew on and play with that it has been the one toy that I could rely on Lexi being entertained by for a longer period of time ( car seat, doctor's waiting room, etc). It has become our travel toy to take with us virtually anywhere. The Giraffe is all fabric, except for two plastic rings on its neck, and little bells and chimes in its two feet with the other two feet being a "squeaker" and a "crinkler".
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