I was recently sent a Green Garden Delight Dwinguler Playmat to review. When it arrived, I was surprised at how big the box was. Upon opening it and unrolling the mat, I realised that the “Large” name was definitely an accurate description! It practically carpeted the playroom floor.
The Large Dwinguler playmat measures 2.3m x 1.4m x 15mm. (LxWxD). When I first unrolled it, the inner edge of the mat was curled up. This dropped down to flat after a few days’ use.
I love the fact the mat is reversible. We have actually used the rear (alphabet) side most of the time. It is non slip on our laminate, too!
The mat is are made from non-toxic, eco-friendly materials, and it is waterproof! (Sam put this to the test by spilling a beaker of juice all over it – the puddle stayed where it landed until I mopped it up)! The mat is wipe clean, and the instructions tell you to avoid using harsh cleaning products on it. I have been using baby wipes to wipe up any spills and to give it a quick wipe down.
Dwinguler playmats are suitable from birth! I wish we’d had ours a couple of years ago! Syd has grown a lot more confident at “cruising” the furniture since we’ve had this playmat down. It is 1.5cm thick, so provides lots of padding to cushion any tumbles.
The playmat reminds me of the mats we used to use in PE at school, but with a far prettier design. I have tested it out myself by doing a backwards roll on it – I haven’t done one of those in a good 15 years, so the fact I am still able to type proves how padded the playmat is!
The playmats are available in quite a few different styles and sizes from Toto Kidogo (The UK distributor). They have some great introductory offers on at the moment, too. I feel the playmat is worth the RRP – especially if you have laminate flooring as it will help your children learn to walk, and cushion any tumbles they have as they get older.Check out the website for the current price.
I give it 5/5 and would definitely recommend it to friends.
This is not a sponsored post. I was sent the item to review, but all opinions and words are my own.