"Practical silicone bib pack consisting of two blue bibs in different colours vintage blue and Nordic blue. The bib is shaped like Sebra's classic elephant Fanto.
Fanto is an iconic design from Sebra, an elephant that celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2020.
The bibs have a small pocket/spill tray for collecting crumbs and liquid. An incredibly handy pocket that catches food that doesn't quite reach the mouth or leaves the mouth with a cute little baby sound.
Use the bib for the first spoon feeding and shield your baby's clothes from porridge, mash, and whatever else might miss their little mouth. It makes the first meals a little cleaner. When children are ready to eat the familys food and want to drink from their own cups, the pocket is very convenient and will mean that families with small children can leave the dinner table with a child who might only be half-covered in food.
The bib closes at the neck and there are several adjustment holes.
The product is made from food grade silicone. The product is marked with the glass and fork symbol, which means that the product meets the requirements for food contact materials.
Recommended age: 4 months+
Cleaning instructions: the product is dishwasher safe. Clean the product before first use.
For your child's health and safety. WARNING! Only use the product under adult supervision. Check the product before each use. Discard at the first sign of damage or wear. Always check the food temperature before serving.
Sebra is subject to inspection by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration as it sells plates, bowls, cups and cutlery all known as food contact materials.
Sebra currently has the best possible Danish stamp of quality in terms of food safety, the Danish Veterinary and Food Administrations Elite Smiley, which is only achieved by prolonged compliance with European and Danish food safety rules something that is tested and checked by multiple announced and unannounced inspections. These inspections have all demonstrated that Sebra meets the approved standards. See the most recent inspection report here."