Tesco Bibs Reviews
Product Type: Tesco kids equipment
Description:Brand: Tesco / Nursing Aids: Bibs
Newest Review: ... days with me feeding him and having the indignity of having to wear a bib! The most suitable Tesco branded bibs I saw while ... more
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Last Update 08.12.2013 22:53
Customer Tesco Bibs Reviews (13)
by - written on 23/07/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
When I had my daughter, who is now six, I lived within walking distance of a retail park which had not only a large Boots store but also a mahoooosive Tesco Extra so it stood to reason that the bulk of my baby 'bits and pieces' would come from there. I'm not entirely sure why the first set of bibs came from Tesco rather than Boots, but they did and I was so impressed that I continued to buy them from here for both Hollie and then her younger brother. It's a little tricky to review their bibs actually as although they have a core range which is available in most stores and via online shopping, others will appear and disappear seemingly on a whim in some stores but not .. Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
When I was having Jayden I read and heard the phrase "you can never have enough bibs" several times. I thought I had bought plenty but it still seems to me that I never have enough. Jayden's an extremely windy sicky baby and gets through bibs at an alarming rate. I was shopping with my mum in Tesco recently and she picked up a pack of new bibs for him. They cost £4.00 for a pack of 5 but at that particular time they had some money of them. The pack we bought were the F&F Pack Of Unisex Animal Slogan Bibs, the bibs are all mainly plain white with a little picture on them, all the pictures are done in orange and yellow making them, as the name ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
~ Tesco Bibs ~ Whilst I was pregnant my mother in law went a little bit mad and bought a huge host of baby items in preperation for my new arrival, in with the bundle of stuff were a pack of Tesco Value baby bibs. I don't like to think of myself as a brand snob yet I was quite unsure as to if I actually wanted to use Tesco Value Bibs on my little one! I just assumed they would feel quite rough and cheap although through the clear bag style packaging they did look okay! If I am honest I have a lot of bibs anyway but I rarely use them! None of my boys liked having bibs put on them as babies (imagine me trying it now haha!) so I didn't use ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Tesco bibs Whether you are planning on breastfeeding or bottle feeding your baby I have found that a good selection of bibs to hand has come in immensely useful. As well as for mopping up milk, I have also found bibs to help with teething drool. My lovely little daughter has just started teething and with teething comes drool - who knew that it could be like a tap? I was trying to mop up her chin, cheeks, neck, clothes, etc with a muslin but I found that her clothes where still getting damp and her neck creases where getting red and sore from constantly being wet. I have found that using a bib has helped to keep her clothes drier and makes for easier mop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
This is a review of the Tesco Bibs we bought before our first baby was due. Every time I went supermarket shopping, there would be several items added in preparation for the baby coming and as the excitement built, so did the purchases! Decision The bibs I bought were based on a recommendation of don't buy plastic backed bibs as they don't absorb enough... I have actually got loads of bibs including plastic backed and these have been OK at certain stages of weaning. Description The bibs from Tesco were a large pack of white bibs, thick cotton jersey material, with star designs on and quite importantly, the bibs fastened with a press stud ... Read the complete review
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