Introducing the Lil' Diner Mealtime Survival Kit - the Baby Diner Suction cup system, plus a Plate Saver Clamp System and Transport Bag. The Baby Diner works great on all smooth tables, as well as your baby’s highchair tray. But since not every restaurant table is smooth enough for the double suction to grip, the clamp system is ideal for keeping in the car or the diaper bag for eating out. Nothing tickles your kiddo's funny bone quite like throwing food and dishes around, which is why you need the Lil' Diner Mealtime Survival Kit.
The Lil' Diner Mealtime Survival Kit will conquer any and all dining situations. Each kit includes:
- 1 Baby Diner dual-suction cup system
- 1 Transport Bag
- 1 Plate Saver Clamp System
With this kit you can dine with safety and security no matter what type of table, surface or environment you encounter. Rest assured with the Lil' Diner Mealtime Survival Kit!
- The Plate Saver by Lil' Diner is pressure molded with strong durable materials.
- All the materials are food safe, dishwasher safe and phthlate, lead & BPA free.
- Proudly made in the USA
How it Works:
Step 1: Attach The Plate Saver to any table or structure by positioning it right against table edge and twisting screw until secure.
Step 2: Attach the smooth underside surface of any dish directly over suction cup and press down firmly to seal (see helpful hints below). The skirt that sits just below the suction cup acts as a balance and also prevents the child from reaching in between the suction cup and the table.
Step 3:To detach, slide your fingertip between the dish and the suction cup to break the seal. Or alternatively, use a dull utensil such as a butterknife to break the seal, using caution not to cause injury to yourself or others, or damage the dish or suction cup.
The Lil' Diner Plate Saver was invented by a father who was frustrated with the restaurant experience since becoming a parent. Once Jesse Jr. became old enough to eat at the table, dad realized that this meant choosing between: A) feeding Jr. off a clean restaurant plate that he would most likely throw to the ground; B) feeding Jr. off the dirty restaurant table after trying in vain to wipe it with a baby wipe; or C) relying on store bought solutions which all entailed regular washings with soap and water after every use. The father set about creating a fourth option; a tool that would allow a child to eat off of a regular smooth bottom sided plate or bowl from any restaurant without the worry of it falling to the floor and assurance of a sanitary dining experience for his little one!