Tray Haven for High Chairs, Boosters & Strollers

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We've designed Tray Haven to work on most chairs with an attached tray: highchairs, booster seats, strollers, and wheelchairs.   Jeff and I are the proud parents of two wonderful children who are now 21 and 14.  We remember all too well those years of picking up after our little ones.  Having a quiet meal, an uninterrupted conversation, or even just an uninterrupted train of thought was nearly impossible. Every time we turned around, it seemed we were picking something up from the floor. Parenting our children has been our greatest joy. But, let's face it; some aspects of parenting are better than others.  We hope TrayHaven makes every parent's life easier!



As one of our children has autism, we recognized that many special needs children, and adults with motor control difficulties, can become frustrated when they unintentionally knock objects off their adaptive trays.  So, we designed the Tray Haven with longer straps to be able to fit larger chairs and trays.  As we continue to be very involved in education for children in the autism spectrum and autism research,  Amigoware, Inc. will be donating at least 5% of our profits to The Nexus SchoolThe Autism Research Institute and other autism-related charities.


Read all instructions first before using.

Use and Disclaimers

Tray Haven is designed to work with most highchairs, booster seats, strollers and wheel chairs that have attachable trays and seat backs.  It is designed to keep food, toys, and objects on trays.

Tray Haven is not a child protective device. Never leave a child unattended in a highchair with or without Tray Haven.


Amigoware, Inc., makers of Tray Haven, does not warrant use of Tray Haven on any apparatuses other than those listed above and does not warrant use if modified in any way.

Setting up Tray Haven

Tray Haven contains memory wire which has a spring function; therefore, use caution when removing the elastic bands around the side panels as the panels will pop open.  Out of its package, Tray Haven will look like this:

Locate the "Orientation: Bottom, Facing Tray" label on the center circle. Standing behind the highchair and holding one of the oval side panels in each hand, place the Tray Haven so that this label sits below the bottom lip of the tray with the label facing the chair.

Pull the side panels firmly toward the back of the chair so the side panels fit snug against the sides of the tray. Tray Haven should mold to the bottom of the tray for a secure fit, as shown in the picture.

The lower portion of the circle and the side panels will actually pinch underneath the tray. Notice how the bottom edge of the Tray Haven is actually underneath the side of the tray.

Instructional Picture

Snap the bottom straps together and tighten to ensure Tray Haven is taut. Then snap the top straps together and tighten until they are taut.




Instructions Part 3

Try gently pulling the tops of the side panels straight up. If the bottom of the Tray Haven starts to come above the bottom lip of the tray, the straps are not tight enough.

Try gently pushing down on the top middle of the side panels. Tray Haven should bend. If Tray Haven slips down the side of the tray, the straps are not tight enough.

Tray Haven is designed to keep food, toys, and objects on trays. It is not a child protective device. Never leave a child unattended in a highchair with or without Tray Haven!


Cleaning Instructions

There are several ways to clean Tray Haven.  You can use a damp cloth to clean all surfaces or run it under warm or hot water in the sink. Tray Haven is machine washable. Just throw it in the washing machine with your regular load of laundry. You can also fold it and put it on the top rack of your dishwasher.  Tray Haven should be cleaned as much as possible by hand prior to placing in the dishwasher.

About Tray Haven

The idea of keeping food and toys on the tray and off the floor is not particularly original – many have attempted products to fill the need, some dating back to the 1950s – But, nothing really worked – until now. Inspired by an idea and the TV show Shark Tank, my husband, Jeff, and I decided to give it a shot. I rediscovered my sewing machine, and Jeff dusted off his old basement workbench. We experimented with clamps, suction cups, PVC pipe, and even a ping pong net. Many prototypes later, and almost ready to give up, we found ourselves inspired by our son’s pop-up-hamper. With the addition of memory wire and some newly found vision, our final design really gets the job done. Tray Haven is named to convey a safe, cozy, and independent-feeling space. With all items secure on the tray, your child is happy – and so are you.

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