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Bandana Bib Reviews: Dribbz

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information | Posted on 16-06-2011

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Back to the bandana bib reviews – apologies for the delay, I have a clingy teething little man – and a bib from Dribbz. Dribbz bibs are handmade in Hampshire by a team of mummies and nannies. They use a lot of fabric from France and America that is exclusive to Dribbz, so you’re little one will stand out from the crowd. Sam, who owns Dribbz, uses her little boy Cal and his friends as models for her creations and is thrilled that his dribble rash cleared up within two days of wearing her bibs! Here’s my poor little man modelling the bib that we were sent:

As with the previous bib we looked at this one is shaped to fit around the neck comfortably. The bibs have a super-soft cotton top layer to absorb any dribble, and a fleecy lining to protect clothes from moisture. The bibs come with two nickel-free poppers to make them fully adjustable and able to grow with your child. This is another bib that I was thrilled with. My rather dribbly little man looked so cute in his bib and his clothes remained dry. I also found that this bib provided one of he neater fits of all the bibs we’ve tried out. I’m sure I’ll be putting in an order for a few more!

Dribbz range in price from £3.40 to £4.80 and ANY bib can be personalised for just 90p. With every order of 5 bibs you make you’ll receive a free plain bib and delivery throughout the UK is free of charge.

Website: http://www.dribbz.co.uk
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dribbz