How to ensure that our products serve you well
Our toys and furniture will last lifetimes if treated properly.Here are a few guidelines to follow to make them last as long as possible and avoid any damage or injury.
Make sure that there is a responsible adult supervising the child's first attempts to use the balance board.It is important to explain, particularly to young children, the intended use of the balance board, what potential risks it entails (crushed fingers, falls) and how to prevent them.
When using the board, pay attention to the child's footwear – ideally barefoot, or anti-slip socks or shoes.
Our balance board has been tested with loads of up to 130 kg. To avoid damaging or breaking the balance board, or possible injury, we do not recommend exceeding this capacity.
Place the balance board in a room with sufficient space around it, leaving necessary room when rocking.
Use the board on a flat, dry surface without any unevenness.We recommend placing a mat or carpet under the board so that it does not slip or damage the floor.A hard surface under the board may also cause scratches or other aesthetic blemishes to appear.
Protect the board from moisture and dirt.The balance board is designed for indoor use; do not expose the product to excessive humidity, rain, water, direct sunlight or temperatures below 10°C or above 50°C.
When using the board outside, make sure to choose a suitable location; do not leave the board in the rain or on a damp surface.
If the board gets dirty, clean it with a damp cloth (mild detergent can be used for heavy dirt) and then wipe it dry.
Persistent stains can only be cleaned by sanding, but only if the stain has not penetrated deeply into the wood fibres, as in a spill.
As with all activities, the parent or other supervising adult bears responsibility for any injuries or damage to property.
When in use, constant adult supervision is required.Assembly and use of brubi products is at your own risk.Brubi s.r.o. is not liable for any property damage, bodily injury or other harm caused by the use of their products.
Make sure that there is a responsible adult supervising the child's first attempts to use the triangle.It is important to explain, particularly to young children, the intended use of the Pikler triangle, what potential risks it entails and how to prevent them.
When using the triangle, pay attention to the child's footwear – ideally barefoot, or anti-slip socks or shoes.
The triangle has been tested at a load-bearing capacity of 45kg per bar; we do not recommend exceeding this load to avoid damage, breakage or possible injury.
Place the triangle in a room with sufficient space around it, leaving necessary room when using the slide.
Use the triangle on a flat, dry surface without any unevenness.We recommend placing a mat or carpet under it so that it does not slip, slide or damage the floor.
Montessori clothes rack
Only use the clothes rack for its intended purpose: storing and hanging clothes and other smaller items, such as blankets, shoes and toys.
The rack is not to be used for climbing!!!Do not allow your child to climb the rack, step on the bottom board or hang from the top pole.
Do not exceed the maximum load-bearing capacity (25 kg for the hanging rod, 45 kg for the lower shelf).
“cUbe” chair table
Before the first use, acquaint the child with the piece’s intended use; we recommend moving the individual pieces to the required height and position by an adult.
We do not recommend that children stand on the individual elements, jump down from them, tilt them or turn them by themselves without supervision.
Do not exceed the maximum load-bearing capacity.
We recommend using a waterproof pad when children eat at the table or use water, plasticine or paint.