Q. Is your playmat really safe? Can you provide a 3rd party safety report?
Q. Is it safe if my baby licks or sucks on the mat?
A. Alzipmat outer surface is FDA compliant, meaning the material is food-grade and safe to be used for direct food contact. As you let your baby lick on his plate, our mat is completely safe for your baby.
For more detailed information, please click to download the report.
Q. What materials are the playmats made of?
A. The inner foam is eco-label certified non-toxic, high-density Polyethylene (PE) foam. The outer cover is FDA food contact safe certified premium Polyurethane (PU) leather.
Q. What is the size and weight of the playmat?
A. When it is open, it is 240 x 140 x 4cm. The folded size is 140 x 60 x 16cm. The weight is 7.5kg.
Q. Can I order a different size?
A. Sorry but we have only 240 x 140 x 4 cm size which fits exactly with Alzip baby room. We have no plans to carry different sizes at this time.
Q. What is the country of origin?
A. Alzipmat is hand made in South Korea.
Q. Is the cover included with the Dust Zero mat?
A. Yes, the cover is included with the Dust Zero mat; the cover and inner mat are shipped together as a single package. The cover could have wrinkles but they will disappear over time.
Q. What is the difference between ALZiP Eco Color Folder Mat and ALZiP Dust Zero Mat?
A. The inner foam is the exact same ALZiP Egg-box shaped 9 layer inner foam.
The Eco Color Folder has a single PU leather cover, and folds when fully assembled. The Zero Mat has an inner memory fabric cover (folds like Eco Color Folder) and an outer PU leather cover, and doesn't fold when fully assembled.
* Important Note: Using Dust Zero Mat with only inner memory fabric is not recommended. While still safe for children to play on, the inner cover is not meant to withstand spills, stains, scratches, etc..
Q. I cannot decide between Eco Color Folder Mat vs. Dust Zero Mat. Can you advise?
A. The big question to ask when deciding which to choose is "How often will you be folding it and putting away?". If the mat will be a permanent fixture in your living room/nursery/playroom, then it's more convenient to have the Dust Zero mat (no folds and crevices to clean). If the mat will be put away frequently, then maybe the Color Folder mat would be best, as it's more convenient to fold and store (no need to remove any covers).
Other than that, it's really just aesthetics and how the mat would look in your chosen space. It's also important to note that you can't remove the Dust Zero cover and use as a folder mat; the inner cover is not meant to withstand spills, stains, scratches, etc..