Boots Bibs Reviews
Product Type: Boots kids equipment
Description:Brand: Boots / Nursing Aids: Bibs
Newest Review: ... to the ones which velcro or press stud. We came across this pack of 5 bibs in Boots' baby section and my wife couldn't resist ... more
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Customer Boots Bibs Reviews (8)
by - written on 06/09/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I never knew I would have an opinion on bibs but since having become a father I've realised I do actually have a preference for what kind of bib I put on my daughter and I can see the positives and negatives of the different makes! It's a whole new world! When our daughter was born she wore newborn bibs which are tiny and very soft so great at soaking up milk and being kind to her skin but they soon began to get too tight and not big enough to protect her clothes and catch the lovely milky drool any longer so we had to look at bigger bibs. One thing that I really rate about bibs is the fact that they no longer seem to be tie on ones. I don't know ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
My son has drooled constantly for the past 12 months, thus we have got through a wide variety of bibs in this time. I've tried all the different types - velcro fastening, press-stud fastening, tie fastening, with / without plastic backs etc. As he grew older & more 'capable' I soon found the velcro bibs to be a nightmare - they don't stay put for 10 seconds before he's pulled them off. Also, along with the press-stud variety, the velcro bibs seem too big around the neck, allowing dribble to trickle down the neck & soak his clothes. Also, since my son dribbles so much, the plastic backed variety became essential, otherwise I was changing bibs every ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/01, updated on 01/09/01 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Bibs are essential to baby life as any mother will know. They may not be the most interesting of topics to do an op on but with so many different bibs available I wanted to share my favourite bibs. Now my son has had every type of bib I can find. I don't like the tie ones as I can't keep him still long enough to tie it. The plastic backed ones are good but my husband keeps putting them in the tumble dryer and they come out all shrivelled and half the size that they should be. The bibs that catch food are hopeless for Joe, I can't seem to fit them around his chubby neck and when I do his highchair tray catches on it all of the time. The pull ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/00, updated on 30/07/00 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I bought some of these as the velcro fastening seemed much easier to use than the tie on ones, especially when your child hates having the ties done up and just wriggles all the time. I was very disappointed though, they didn't last very long at all. The velcro is the weak point in these bibs and after a few weeks use I found that they were starting to tear around where the velcro was attached. Some of the bibs remained in use a little longer and on those ones the plastic backing started to rip. In addition, stains didn't come out of these bibs as well as other makes (notably Tesco) so they looked old and grubby very quickly. Velcro is a great idea ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Very useful, 30 readings)
My nine month old daughter needed some bibs for our holidays and while I was shopping in Boots I spotted the disposal bibs. They were on special offer at the time (this offer has ended now) and it suddenly struck me what a fabulous idea they were for traveling! So I bought some! They are lovely and soft on the top with a plasticy type backing which stops juice/milk/food from soaking clothes. They have sticky pads to fasten the bib, though these are too sticky to pull apart without ripping the bib, but the bib is only going in the bin anyway so who cares if it tears! And they have a kind of fold over thing at the bottom to catch food - like ... Read the complete review
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