Help keep your child’s things germ-free with this $9 toy cleaner

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You might have already thought to get a disinfectant spray to clean the major appliances in your home, but have you considered getting one for your kids’ toys?

While many disinfectants may be good at cleaning your common household items, they may be too harsh for your toddler’s favorite play things. And for that, there is the Anti-Bacterial Cleaner Toy and Highchair Cleaner

According to the product description, it’s a gentle cleaner that can disinfect and sanitize nursery surfaces, highchairs, rattles and other baby toys and objects. As a bonus, it’s alcohol-free, fragrance-free AND paraben-free. 

Shop: Anti-Bacterial Cleaner Toy and Highchair Cleaner, $8.95

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Although the cleaner says it doesn’t use harmful ingredients, it boasts that it’s still an “effective spray” for cleaning and removing messes and spills. You just spray onto the surface, rinse and wipe off with some warm water, and you’re good to go. So for all those toy building blocks that are sticky, and pacifiers with a mysterious substance, this could be a potential solution during that time.  

While the cleaner doesn’t have many reviews, some reviewers have expressed satisfaction with the product. One buyer wrote that it was a “great cleaner” and one in which they felt “safe” using it on some of their baby’s things.

Another reviewer echoed a similar sentiment. 

“This product works very well, I use it all of the time to wipe down our changing table and other baby items,” they wrote. “I really appreciate that this is a clean product with nothing that can harm my baby.”

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