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Child-size Stainless Steel Straws ... sustainable, reusable and plastic-free.
Trade out the plastic for stainless steel with these stainless steel drinking straws that will last you and your children a lifetime. These are approx. 6.95 inches long and made with 18/8 stainless steel. These stainless steel short straws are the perfect size for children of all ages. A great loot bag treat for any green birthday party!
Our size small stainless steel straws are recommended for children age 3 and up, and are the perfect size for child-sized cups and glasses. They are 6.95 inches/17.65 cm long the straw begins to bend at 4.75 inches/12 cm. Great for kid's glasses, short tumblers and juice glasses.
These reusable, stainless steel drinking straws are a fabulous way to introduce your little one to the idea of "reusing" rather than consuming "use and toss" items. Plastic straws are filling up our landfills by the billions. Also a healthier option, stainless steel straws are free of unhealthy toxins present in plastic. BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free.
We are personally giving a set of these to everyone we know for the holidays this year. Makes a unique gift item, perfect for stocking stuffers, Easter baskets, birthday parties, loot bags, hostess gifts and more.
Price is for a set of four (4) stainless steel drinking straws, plus one reusable straw cleaner. Responsibly manufactured in China and independently lab tested in Canada. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
Using Stainless Steel Drinking Straws
Stainless steel straws are a utensil that you should treat the same as any other cutlery your child may use. So just as you wouldn't allow your child to walk with a fork or spoon in their mouth, please supervise your child accordingly when using a stainless steel straw. Stainless steel straws are considered cutlery that can be reused for years, just like a stainless steel fork might. Once you are comfortable with your child's handling of a spoon and fork, they should be ready to use a stainless steel straw. Please don't allow your child to do anything with a stainless steel straw that you wouldn't also allow them to do with a fork.