Neatnik Saucer Review and Giveaway (Closed)

About Neatnik Saucer

Neatnik Saucer is a patented, mom-invented product that keeps food and toys off the floor and covers everything within baby’s reach while dining in a restaurant. It’s an integrated high chair liner, placemat and germ barrier that works with restaurant high chairs.

With Neatnik Saucer in place, Mom can relax knowing that dirty high chairs and tables are no longer a health risk. The sturdy rim and toy fasteners keep food and playthings off the ground, eliminating parent frustration and embarrassment over spills and dropped toys. High chair straps fit through openings in the seat liner and should always be used to secure baby in the seat.

Stylish and safe, Neatnik Saucer is available in a variety of water-resistant fabrics that are easily cleaned with disinfectant baby wipes or soap and water. It measures 28 inches in diameter to define baby’s space at the table, yet collapses easily for storage in the matching 12-inch-square carry bag with pockets for essentials.

With a suggested retail price of $33, Neatnik Saucer is recommended for ages 6 months to three years. The product fits all standard restaurant high chairs and some boosters and chairs intended for home use. It is available for purchase online and at specialty stores across North America. For store locations, please visit

My Review

Since Kaylee loves to throw everything on the ground while we’re at restaurants, I was excited to try the Neatnik Saucer. I was hoping that it would not only provide her with a clean seat, but keep the floor clean as well.

We don’t eat out a lot, but we have taken the Neatnik Saucer to dinner with us twice now to try it out. Unfortunately, it hasn’t worked great for us so far. At the first restaurant, the table was too high so the tray of the Neatnik Saucer was below the table height.

The second time we tried to use it, there just wasn’t room for it at the restaurant. We had a large group of people and we were all crowded around the table. Because we had to sit Kaylee at the end of the table, the Neatnik Saucer blocked the walkway. However, I can still see how it would be useful at the right restaurant and the right table.

The Giveaway

One lucky Happy Mothering reader will win a NeatNik Saucer. To enter, visit the Neatnik Saucer website and leave a comment here telling me which pattern is your favorite (mandatory).

Bonus entries

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  5. Enter another current giveaway on Happy Mothering or my new blog, Giveaways and Reviews (1 entry for every giveaway you enter)

Remember, you must leave a separate comment for each entry to count.

This contest will run through Sunday, Janurary 30, 2011 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will be chosen the following day at and announced on Happy Mothering. US entries only.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Tomoson Product review & giveaway Disclosure.

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