Enter disclaimer text When you have babies and dogs, who eats more of lunch – your kids or your dogs? In our house, it’s totally the dogs. That’s why I was excited to test out Tray Haven, a mesh barrier between your child’s highchair tray and your dining room floor.
Here’s what I was told about Tray Haven before we gave it a try:
Meal time with children can often result in Cheerios or strands of pasta all over the floor. Prevent these meal time “uh oh’s” with Tray Haven, the wing-like barrier that keep food off the floor and onto the tray of a highchair.
Tray Haven is easy to set up, take down, and store thanks to its clever collapsibility and go-anywhere portability. Its breathable mesh and sturdy wire construction make Tray Haven easy to clean in any sink. Tray Haven’s design also makes a great fit for most chairs with an attached tray including booster seats.
Tray Haven is also great while running errands, preventing children from grabbing unwanted items off shelves or racks.
If this sounds like something you’ve got to have, check out more details here.
We didn’t take it to the store (frankly, having twins like ours we already get enough stares), but did test it on the highchair. It was really interesting for me to test this out with one twin at a time, seeing the differences on the floor after the meal.
Did it do what it claimed? Yes – it was easy to set up and kept the o’s off the floor. I tried to pull it off the highchair and had no issue. It was easy to get the girls in and out when installed. The only thing I didn’t like was when giving the girls things like spaghetti and pasta all I could think was it was going to get sauce all over it. I wasn’t ready to give this a try, so full disclosure I’m not 100% certain on the ease of cleaning bit.
Take a look at this video of the girls testing out Tray Haven then come back here and tell me what you think of this new product!
Tray Haven comes in two different colors and is available for purchase for $24.99 at www.trayhaven.com