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Maddie Silicone Bib

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Beautiful, modern and functional silicone feeding bib with crumb catcher pocket. Made of food grade silicone that is nontoxic, sustainable and eco friendly. Free of BPA, PVC, and plastic. This bib is easy to wipe clean and dishwasher safe. The pocket is designed to stay open, like a bucket, and catch spilled food. It is lightweight, easy to roll up and travel friendly. This bib is adjustable with 2 buttons and 6 button holes and will fit infants, weaning toddlers or small kids. Great for baby showers, birthday gifts or Christmas presents.

  • Bib: Rust Colored Mudcloth Print
  • Size: 6¾ x 8½ inch 
  • Age: 6 months + 
          How to clean your silicone bibs
          • Wash thoroughly in warm soapy water, rinse and air dry.
          • Dishwasher safe top of rack only but the best way to clean your bibs in by hand in warm soapy water.
          • Do not use abrasive cleaning agents, abrasive sponges or sharp objects for cleaning.
          • Do not wash in washing machine.

            How silicone bibs get stained
            Silicone rubber is considered stain-resistant, but strong colored foods such as tomato and carrot sauces can cause staining if left soiled on the bib for a prolonged period. A stain can also occur if the bib is washed in the sink or dishwasher alongside dishes that have a strong colored food on them.

            How to prevent staining of silicone bibs
            To prevent staining, wash the bib immediately after wear if soiled. Also, put the bibs at the front of the queue if you’re washing by hand, and on the top rack if you’re using a dishwasher.

            How to remove stains from silicone bibs
            If the bib did get stained and washing didn’t help, use a solution made of 1 part 3% hydrogen peroxide (household peroxide sold in most drugstores) and 1 part water, to remove the stain. Pour the solution in plastic or glass container, immerse the stained part of the bib and let the bib soak overnight. Be aware that expired hydrogen peroxide is ineffective. Keep the hydrogen peroxide out of reach of children! After the stains are removed, wash the bib thoroughly in warm soapy water, rinse and air dry.

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