Tide Pool Bath Set – Recycled Plastic Eco Toy (Green Toys)
Product Code: GT094
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Green Toys Tide Pool Bath Set (Recycled Plastic Eco Toy)
Bath time is more fun with the Green Toys Tide Pool Bath Set. This 7 piece set is made up of animals and shells that you may find in a rock pool including a starfish, scallop shell, moon snail shell and seaweed. Plus, a jellyfish and squid! Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic, this bath toy set is sure to get rid of bath time tantrums and instead provide hours of bath time fun! The seaweed bag makes for a great place to store the other toys once playtime is over, and the cleverly designed holes drain away any excess water and allow for efficient drying.
- Make bath time fun
- Easy to clean and dishwasher safe
- Made from cotton and recycled plastic
- No BPA, phthalates or PVC
- Packaged with recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks
Product Size: 25.4 x 12.7 x 22.9 cm
About Green Toys:
At its core, Green Toys Inc. has always been an eco toy company. In fact, we say that to us, “every day is Earth Day”. From our 100% recycled materials to our US-based manufacturing, we’re raising awareness about sustainability while delivering unquestionably safe products. We believe that the best way to encourage environmental change is through goods people buy and use every day – and in our case that’s children’s products.
We care about your kids – how they play, what they play with, and what the future holds. We are constantly exploring and innovating to deliver the best products possible for a playful planet for all. Our toys surpass US and international standards for BPA and Phthalates, and conform to The CPSIA, ASTM F963, and International standards EN71 and ISO 8124.
Our products demonstrate that recycling can result in something tangible and meaningful – old can become new. Our toys are living proof that milk jugs, just like the ones in your refrigerator and recycling bin, can ultimately end up back in your playroom. This helps close the loop for kids because they can see their own environmental efforts in action.