Naty by Nature Babycare Disposable Bibs - 4 packs of 20 bibs (Total 80 bibs)
- Based on natural renewable materials
- Absorbent layer based on natural tree pulp
- Bottom layer based on water-resistance hygienic film
- 100% biodegradable, it gives performance advantages
- The film is naturally breathable and creating a biologic barrier
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Go green without giving up performance. Kind to your baby and the planet. The whole approach behind Nature babycare is natural. Everywhere it is possible, we use only biodegradable material from nature's resources.
The absorbent layer on tops is made from natural tree pulp. Instead of plastic based on oil, we use a film based on maize. Apart from being 100 per cent biodegradable it gives performance advantages. The film is naturally breathable, creating a biologic barrier that keeps the wet from coming out and lets the air in. The result is an highly comfortable bib, kind to the baby.
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DO NOT PUT IN TOILET. Warning: As with any paper products, bibs may burn if exposed to flame. To avoid the risk of choking, do not allow baby to tear bib. Discard any torn or damaged bibs immediately. Do not leave child unattended while wearing bib. Use under adult supervision. Discard in waste receptacle, do not flush. This product is not a toy. Do not allow children to play with it.
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Top Customer Reviews
However, that aside, these are very effective as a travel bib, where you just can't be bothered to cart loads of kit around with you. Leave a couple in the car at all times, put some in your handbag. They are not that good for babies as they can get very wet and soggy but they would be fine for toddlers on solids.
At just 15 pence a bib, they're not bad value either.
They stay on well and can be wiped (within reason) so you can make one last a day - if you are careful.
Easy to attach the bib to baby - rather than a clip at the back or velcro fastener that you would usually find on a bib, the Babycare bib neck line is a U shape and you have a sticky tape attachment (like the sort you would find on a nappy), that sticks on the babies shoulder blades. The only down side to this method would be if in the summer you had a strap dress on a little girl then this could be a little problematic.
Its strong and baby proof - I let our 6 month old daughter tug and bite it (whilst supervised!) and she was unable to remove it or rip. She was able to scrunch it up and it easily flattened out again. It is absorbent without letting through hardly any liquid (water proofed backing) - although I would say this is within reason as it is not plastic and by its very nature could not withstand a soaking.
Once used throw it into the composter at the eatery where you had lunch or the place that you fed the baby - and this is where we need to consider how eco a bib can be. It will probably end up in general waste heading for a landfill where it will degrade which is good and even better if by some miracle it ends up being recycled. I would like to know more about energy, materials and full environmental impact to give a true judgement and as such I'm taking one star off for the lack of information.
Still, its good and convenient for taking out and about but the eco side needs clarification or might that be called disclosure?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really useful for holidays, days out and to keep at grandparents house. Lovely and soft, but protect clothing with no problem and good value.Published 17 months ago by A. Bradley
Not very durable or moisture-resistant, even during the course of a single meal. Any spill that has even a bit of moisture (e.g. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JJ
Ingenious idea; saves much hassle when out & about. However, may only be for the younger ones as our 10 month old Daughter has just worked out how to rip them off.Published 18 months ago by MattB
Hmmmm. I'm not too keen on these despite them having a waterproof back. I've used other disposable bibs on my 9 month old but these are the most difficult to close at the back of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mollov
I regret buying these bibs. There are no instructions on how they should be fastened so I attached the two sticky labels to my baby's clothing as the gap left for the neck would... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2013 by Wriggles
We used these wipes on a particularly stubborn bum (sorry about being graphic, but this is what the product is for after all... Read morePublished on 21 Dec. 2012 by Mr. D. A. Cure
Originally i got these thinking what a fantastic idea, we spend a fair bit of time out with our son but ultimately i find myself rarely using them, he is now one, so eats a couple... Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2012 by Chris Chalk
This is a good product - the bibs are very lightweight and slim, so you can readily pack a few in your bag to have to hand as and when required. Read morePublished on 19 Nov. 2011 by I. Bullen
What else to say except that these bibs do exactly what they are supposed to do. Clean, unperfumed and didn't produce any sort of allergic reaction. Read morePublished on 18 Aug. 2011 by Darth Spaniel