Buy A SnoofyBee Clean Hands Changing Pad For Easier Diaper Changes
Why didn't we think of this?!
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When it comes to parenting babies, changing diapers often ranks dead last on the list of parents’ favorite tasks. It’s messy, can be inconvenient and babies often want to wiggle away before you can complete the task. But now, a foldable “baby cone” seeks to change all that.
Made by SnoofyBee, it’s called the Clean Hands Changing Pad. The three-in-one pad folds up into a play station for hanging toys to keep your little one busy while you give them a fresh diaper. Most importantly, it keeps tiny wandering hands away from messy diapers. When laid flat, it’s like a traditional changing pad. And when you’re all done, it folds up into a compact, portable clutch.
Check it out in action in the video below:
This innovative product is the brainchild of married couple Mike and Amy Perry. They appeared on the business pitch reality TV show “Shark Tank” in November 2017, which led to widespread visibility for their company. They now work full-time on SnoofyBee merchandise and hope to soon expand their product line.
“It’s important just to realize that it takes a lot of work to do something outside of the norm, but it’s something you can totally do,” Mike Perry told high school seniors at South Albany High School, his alma mater, according to Albany Democrat-Herald.
The Perrys were inspired by their own experiences changing diapers when they created the baby cone. As a result of their appearance on “Shark Tank,” they received a $120,000 investment from “shark” Lori Greiner in exchange for 20 percent of the business.
You can buy this cool changing pad for $29.99 through the SnoofyBee website. The changing pads come in a variety of colors and patterns. They also sell baggy dispensers for disposing of dirty diapers for $6.99, although those appear to be sold out for the moment. The changing pads are also available through retailers such as Amazon.
What a great idea! Would you give this nifty product a try?