09 May 2008

Veggie scrubber doubles as high chair de-gunker

Veggie ScrubBrooke's found a way to get the crusties off the high chair:

I am in love with my veggie scrub. (I'm sure the mesh bags avocados come in would do the same thing.) Both are great at scrubbing potatoes and carrots BUT the hack I found made me write to you. Our son's highchair/booster seat sometimes acquires a layer of caked-on food. When it comes time to take it (the chair) to a restaurant or grandma's it must be cleaned up. Wiping it down with a wet cloth does very little to dried oatmeal and tomato sauce. BUT add a little soap to the scrubbing mitt and the chair is clean in minutes!

Related: Cookie sheets rescue food dropped from the high chair

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EEWW GROSS! Don't you clean his high chair when he is done eating? That is just disgusting!

Oh come now, Sprout's Mommy. You can't tell us there isn't a speck of dried up something SOMEWHERE on the high chair, now can you?

I have been looking all over for a Veggie Scrubber (the glove) but no store seems to have them. Where can I buy one?

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