Made from 100 percent organic cotton with a 2-ply design for more absorbency. Lap-shoulder style bib offers more coverage to catch spills. Easy to put on and remove with Velcro closures. Available in eight sets of patterns.
Expensive. A few reports that seams popped or material thinned after repeated washing.
Stay-dry design features waterproof protection with ultra-absorbent terry cloth and a lined backing. Wide enough to cover baby's body from side to side. Collection includes a 10-color variety with bright colors.
Terry cloth isn't the softest and may irritate babies with very sensitive skin.
Large design and adjustable Velcro strap equipped to fit children 6-to-24 months. Includes a catch-all fabric. Waterproof material is machine washable. Resistant to stains and odors.
Must hang-dry. Water-resistant backing can crack and peel over time.
100 percent natural cotton is absorbent and gentle on babies’ skin. Teething corner with multiple textured surfaces. Comfortable and secure Velcro fastening. Reversible, with lovely pattern options to choose from.
The soft fabric starts to wear over time with many washes.
Designed with a food-safe silicone basket to catch crumbs and spills. Ideal for messy eaters. Made with soft material and food-grade silicone. Rolls up neatly for easy packing. Machine washable and durable.
Expensive, but not surprising given the construction quality and how long they last.
Baby bibs come in many patterns and materials. Bibs are made to protect babies from spilling food on themselves as well as on the table and floor around them. Silicone bibs are waterproof, easy to clean, and usually have a handy pocket to catch any stray crumbs. Terry cloth bibs, on the other hand, offer more absorbency to protect from liquid spills. For younger babies, bandana drool bibs will do the trick, as they’re more lightweight than traditional bibs, comfortable, and non-allergenic. Whatever bib you decide to go with, make sure it is easy to wash, so that you can use it again and again. The best baby bibs range in price from $12 to $25 and can often be purchased in packs.
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