Product Review: Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

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Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

The Felistar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs are stylish, cotton fabric baby bandana drool bibs.

The fabric is a double-layered organic cotton fabric, with single-stitched cotton threaded double seamed edges and small metal buttons for securing the bandana bib closed. The cotton fabric feels incredibly soft and the patterns appear to be dyed into the fabric as opposed to silk screened on top, so the surface texture of the bandana bib is incredibly smooth. Each bib is double-layered cotton, which makes for an especially absorbent bib that will likely be able to handle quite a bit of wear and tear and hold up to repeated washings.

The metal buttons allow for two different tightness levels, varying by about an inch (2.5 centimeters) between the two levels, which isn’t exactly a super large amount of adjustment, but honestly, even if they can’t be worn as a bib, these would do an exceptional job as a general-use cleaning/wiping cloth for your baby.

The patterns are definitely more interesting and less of the typical baby stuff you see, so these would be great for all the hipster parents out there who want to use their baby as the perfect way to say, “Hey, I only buy organic, locally grown, free trade, non-GMO, small business, brick and mortar, potentially ironic but in a way that isn’t overtly ironic and more of a meta-ironic irony, locally sourced, charitable and sustainable products… except for my iPhone and BMW.”

That being said, these are very high quality, exceptionally soft and well manufactured bandana bibs.

If you want to get a set for your own baby, you can get them on for the current price of $17.95 by clicking here:

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Steven Cockayne

Steven the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for alternative rock band SLOWtheIMPACT and is proud to admit he owns nearly 1000 blurays in his personal collection. He is also a software engineer, technology reviewer/researcher and graphic designer with over 20 years of experience in technology fields.

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