ALVABABY Must Haves Waterproof Silicone Bib Easily Wipes Clean! Comfortable Soft Baby Bibs Keep Stains Off! Spend Less Time Cleaning after Meals with Babies or Toddlers SI02

ALVABABY Waterproof Silicone Bib

ALVABABY soft silicone bibs are made with 100% food grade silicone and is naturally waterproof and stain resistant. The sturdy, front pocket can catch so much food that kids will sometimes eat right out of it! Also, silicone is naturally waterproof and stain resistant, so it will not soak up water or food! It will make your life easier when it is time to clean up after meals.

Features:

Item Weight:150g
Product Dimensions: 30cm*23cm
Material Type: 100% food grade silicone, BPA free, PVC free
Colors: Blue, green

How to use:
1. Use water clean up the bib and use hot water disinfect it.
2. Putting the bib on baby’s neck, choose a suitable button and fasten it. With adjustable 4 buttons, fits children 6 months to 6 years old.


Easy to clean:
Use clean water to wash the bib and let it dry naturally . Or you can throw it in dishwasher. It’s easy to clean and food residue won’t stick on it.

Easy to carry:
The bib is soft enough to roll up and stores in your bag for use at restaurants or on the go.


Delivery:

Under $49 (3-4 weeks)/Over $49 (5-7 days)


Notice

  • Please note: Customers live outside of the US may need to pay additional taxes.
  • Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.

Here is link with details about the taxes:
https://www.alvababy.com/-ezp-1.html

Delivery:

Typically Ships in 7 to 10 days

9 Units in Stock



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