CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago mom is switching up the "diaper-changing" game.
Check this out: It's the world's first and only self-sanitizing diaper-changing table.
They are being installed in public restrooms, including at White Sox park.
Addie Gundry, founder of "Pluie" and mother of two little ones, joined ABC 7 Chicago Tuesday to talk about the product. Gundry is a former chef, seen on "Food Network Star."
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She "quickly realized how horrific public changing tables are so she put down her knives and left the kitchen! She founded Pluie and with the help of a talented team Addie set out to change the table."
A patented UV-C light system powers the product, which sanitizes in one minute, after every use.
Visit hellopluie.com for more information.
Self-sanitizing diaper-changing table created by Chicago mom will be installed at White Sox park
Addie Gundry, former chef and creator of Pluie, appeared on 'Food Network Star'
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