The Disney Baby Shopping Cart and High Chair Cover by J.L. Childress protects your child from dirt, germs and more when in a shopping cart or restaurant style high chair. The Cover’s extra-large size fits ALL shopping carts and restaurant high chairs with a shower-cap style construction. Attach your child’s favorite toys to two toy loops, or use the clear cell-phone pocket to keep them entertained. An interior, elastic bottle pocket keeps milk or other drinks within your child’s reach. The Cover features a comfortable, padded seating area and built-in buckle to help secure child in seat. Stuff the cover into the attached zipper pouch when not in use. When in use, the zipper pouch is perfect for holding wipes. Machine washable.
Item No. 2600DIS6 (Winnie the Pooh)
Product Size: 8”H x 26”W x 22”D
Materials: Cotton and Polyester
Product Care: Machine wash cold. Lay flat to dry.
Caution or Warning: Always use with adult supervision. Intended for use in shopping carts or high chairs only. Appropriate for children ages 6 months – 4 years or 15 lbs to 35 lbs who can support themselves by sitting upright. To prevent serious injuries or death, always secure baby into seat cover with safety belts around the cart or high chair as well as baby. Do not attach to cribs, playpens, indoor or outdoor swing sets. Possible entanglement or strangulation injury may occur when attached to any item other than a shopping cart or high chair. This product is not for use in motor vehicles or bicycle.
J.L. Childress travel bags are universal and designed to fit as many car seats and strollers as possible. We have compact bags specific for gate checking, as well as durable, padded bags for checking your gear as luggage.
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