Here at Mellow we create various type of bibs and we get questions from parents about which bib to get and what their differences are. We thought it may be helpful if we answer them here in case you have similar questions too.
There are bibs for drooling and feeding. First, let's tackle the bibs for feeding. What are the differences between Bib Cape, Feeding Bib and Silicone Bib?
They are all essentially bibs for mealtime to protect our little ones' clothes from the big mess. However, they each have their pros and cons and we will list them out for you to decide which best suits your needs.
Bibs for feeding
Silicone Bibs: They are soft and waterproof. They take no time to dry and their deep pockets are excellent at catching any food spills. They’re best when your little ones just started on their baby-led weaning journey at about 6 months old.
Waterproof Baby Bibs: These are crafted from OEKO-TEX certified baby safe polyester and they are extremely light-weight and comfortable around the neck. They are best for toddlers who dislike wearing silicone bibs and are pretty good at feeding themselves as they have pockets for food spills but they don’t catch food as well as the former. They are also machine washable - so just put them in a mesh laundry bag and you’re all set!
Bib Cape: Hands down the best option for messy eaters since they offer full coverage. Think really messy food like bolognese, yogurt, raspberries. You get the gist. They are also great for any sensory activities for your little explorers too!
Cotton Feeding Bibs: These are ideal for feeding babies since they are really handy when you need to wipe clean their mouths. They are great for older tots too as they provide that extra protection that parents want/need when they are eating by themselves.
Bibs for drooling
Reversible Dribble Bibs: These received high praises from so many mummies as they are super absorbent and definitely an essential for all babies. There are 3 adjustable snap buttons fastening and fit children from 3 months old to toddlerhood. P.S. They are coming back in stock soon! Stay close!
Hope this is helpful. Leave any question you may have in the comment. We're always happy to help! ☺