The water cup is an object of life that the baby can’t live without every day. Because the water cup is in close contact with the baby every day, parents also take extra care when choosing a baby water cup. Regardless of the choice, cleaning or use of the water cup material, a little carelessness may bring health risks to the baby. So what material is the baby water cup?
How to choose a safe water cup? The most important thing is of course the choice of material. There are many kinds of materials for baby water cups, such as plastic, glass, stainless steel and so on. The glass water cup is safe and heat-resistant, but it is bulky and fragile. If you don’t pay attention, it will break the water cup. Now most parents like the lighter plastic baby water cup!
Several common plastic materials have different performances. PP material is safe, lightweight and resistant to fall, but has poor wear resistance.
PPSU is a safe new material for infant products. It is resistant to high temperatures of 180°C, has a permeability comparable to that of glass bottles and is not easy to scratch, but the price is slightly more expensive. Tritan material is currently widely used in infant products.
The baby water cup made of Tritan material is more cost-effective. It has passed the FDA certification of the US Food and Drug Administration. It is a designated material for infant products in Europe and the United States. It is safe in terms of safety and meets the requirements of health and environmental protection.