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Miniware Catch & Cover Bib

$18 Non-Member
$14.40 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Miniware Catch & Cover Bib

$18 Non-Member
$14.40 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Green

Size:  One Size

Item# 16956-159106 In Stock
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Two designs in one, the Miniware Catch & Cover Bib is an oxford-cloth cover that transforms from a smaller food-catching bib with pocket, to a longer apron, which can be used by kids of many ages for all types of activities, from feeding to crafting to baking. A clever color-coded snap system guides parents to create the bib shape. The cloth is coated with food-resistant, non-toxic thermoplastic polyurethane. Age 8 months+. A sustainable option because it remains usable after your child grows out of the bib stage, the Miniware Catch & Cover Bib measures 18l x 11"w. Hand wash only. Do not machine dry. The Catch & Cover Bib is produced by Miniware. The brand uses non-toxic, plant-based, all-natural materials, including 100% food grade silicone, all plant-based cassava PLA, natural Mao Bamboo and 304 Stainless Steel. Their suppliers meet both FDA (U.S. Federal Department of Agriculture) and LFGB (German food contact grade testing) standards. All finished products are tested to ensure the production process doesn't contain any heavy metals or chemical additives.

  • Designer
    Ai Su Bonnier and Adam Bonnier
  • Size
    18l x 11"w
  • Material
    Oxford Cloth with TPU
  • Origin
    China
Hand wash only. Do not machine dry.
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