FAQs for Snap & Go Wipe-off Bibs
The new contoured design of the green sprouts® Snap & Go™ Wipe-off Bibs stays in place as your baby moves while eating. Also, the Snap & Go™ Wipe-off Bibs are perfect for on-the-go feeding and neatly roll up and snap to store utensils or snacks in the pocket.
Whether you are traveling with your baby or don’t have time to clean your baby’s feeding mess, Snap & Go™ Wipe-off Bibs are designed to roll up and fit into the pocket. Simply roll bib up from top to bottom (1), include any utensils or small snacks in the pocket (1), and snap the back of the bib to the front (2). After use store messy utensils & bib in pocket and place in your bag.
Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate (EVA) also known as pEVA (polyethylene-vinyl acetate) is a safer petro-plastic that is durable, flexible, and waterproof. It is made without BPA, BPS, BPF, PVC and phthalates.
green sprouts® Snap & Go™ Wipe-off Bibs are recommended for babies 9-18 months but may be used by babies younger or older depending on their size. The center front length is 8”. The neck opening is 4” long and 4” wide. The pocket width across the top is 9.5”.
Depending on your high chair or table height, the bib may touch or fall below the top; however, the scoop should stay extended to catch spills.
For best use, be sure to flip the pocket from the back to the front of the bib to create an extended scoop. The pocket should not lay flat against the bib, if so the bib is on backwards and the pocket will not function properly.
Place around baby’s neck and secure with the hook-and-loop closure that fits without being tight.
No, hand wash or wipe clean with a damp cloth.
No, to avoid stains we recommend washing promptly after use.
The bibs should not smell after washing if all food is removed from bib and pouch. To avoid smells we recommend thorough washing promptly after use.
No, hang to dry. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.
green sprouts® Wipe-off Bibs are made without BPA, BPS, BPF, PVC, & phthalates for your baby’s health and safety.
We do not use any flame retardants in any of our products. Most flame retardants contain potentially harmful substances such as formaldehyde, which we avoid in our manufacturing.