Midi Clip, approximately 7"- 7.5"
Nylon cord, lead/chrome free American leather, and a lead free stainless steel Ryan & Rose clip. Sealed with a non-toxic, all natural, baby safe leather protectant. Please note, when leather comes in contact with moisture dye may run. Due to the natural state of leather hides, shedding may occur. Apply coconut or natural oil to soften leather if needed.
Made in Missouri, USA.
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Cutie Clips are CPSIA tested, safe, and certified.
All Cutie Clips and their materials are FDA approved, non-toxic, and are free of lead, latex, phthalates and BPA.
WARNING: This is not a toy. Do not use without full supervision. To avoid a choking hazard, inspect clip before every use and discard if damaged. Do not tie around a child's neck. Does contain small parts.
Due to typical wear and tear, Cutie Clips do not come with a warranty. Cutie Clips should be alternated every 2 months for sanitary reasons.
Pacifiers, teethers, sippy cups, snack jars, toys, blankets, etc. to clothing, car seats, strollers, high chairs, and everything in between.
Thread loop through the hole of the item of your choosing, and secure with a slip knot.
For everyday use, wipe down leather with a baby wipe or a lightly damp cloth. The sooner you clean after getting soiled, the better. If you have a baby who likes to drool, attach the loop to the outer edge of the pacifier instead of the breathing holes. It is not suggested to expose leather clips to water, doing so may cause faster wear. Coconut oil may be applied to the leather if dryness or stiffness occurs. Simply apply oil, let dry, and wipe off any excess. Remove while eating table foods and playing in any variation of sand/dirt. Do not use in the washing machine and/or dryer; doing so may compromise the overall quality of the clip. Avoid getting the metal clip wet to prevent rusting. If metal clip gets wet, immediately dry off with a towel.
this clip is made by…
Flourish Leather Co! Chauncey and Danielle of are a family-owned and operated business located in the rolling hills of southern Missouri.