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Rainbow EVA Foam Playmat

Posted By: ifoaming

Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2022

Price: $0.50

Mobile: +86 185 6665 8968

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Since you have children, it doesn't mean your living space needs to look like a daycare service.
Foaming is putting a modern design on your baby playmats, with an innovative design that complements any aesthetically designed family home.
The rainbow foam play mat is perfect for your little dreamer and player. This large baby foam play mat features pastel rainbows sprinkled on a neutral tan background.
Made up of 6pcs of 2 feet by 2 feet tiles, so that when put together, the rainbow foam mat are larger than all other interlocking foam puzzle play mats! They have been intricately designed so that you may expand the total area seamlessly with additional sets
Larger rainbow foam play mat also mean our floor mats are easier to tidy and pack up, especially with the storage bag that is included! One fully assembled set creates a protective play area that is 6 ft x 4 ft.
It's soft enough for your baby's first tummy time but sturdy enough for toddler tumble time.


Parameter of Rainbow EVA Foam Playmat
The size of rainbow foam playmat is 61.5x61.5x1.2cm
The standard assembled size of one pack is 120x180cm
The set of rainbow foam playmat contains 6 tiles 12 edges
Rainblow pattern
Made of 100% non-toxic EVA foam which is BPA free, lead free and phthalate free
Non-slip, durable, waterproof, and stain-resistant
Around 2.1kg/set
All ages 0
Certified with EN-71, CPSIA, ASTM F963, CA Prop 65, REACH
Exceed EU and US Safety standards


Recommended Uses of Rainbow EVA Foam Playmat
Home nursery
Playroom
Living room
Yoga & exercise


https://www.ifoaming.com/products/rainbow-eva-foam-playmat/



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