Teething Captain Jack puts Dribble Stop Tops to the test
We recently sent a pack of our multi award winning Dribble Stop Tops to the fantastic blogger ‘The Love of a Captain’ to review on her own little teething dribbler Jack. Lisa is proud Mummy to Captain Jack and Baby Hudson and writes a brilliant blog documenting her mummy adventures. Here is what she had to say:
REVIEW AND COMPETITION: DRIBBLE STOP TOP
Posted on August 12, 2016
Jack seems to have been teething constantly since he was 6months old, that combined with the use of a dummy, it is fair to say we have been through plenty of bibs, muslins and washing powder thanks to the endless dribble. I had not heard of the Dribble Stop Tops prior to being invited to try them but I sure wish I had.
The multi-award winning Dribble Stop Top is just like a baby vest but the chest area has a hidden pocket made of a specialised waterproof and breathable material. It acts as a barrier to stop dribble from soaking through to your little one’s delicate skin. The vest also has a extra high neckline which ensures maximum coverage.
The tops are made of a high quality thick and super soft cotton. They have now been washed and worn numerous times and haven’t shrunk or altered shape at all. They are certainly made to last.
I would say that Jack is a little bigger than your average 18month old boy so I was a bit worried that the largest top size available (18-24mths) might have been snug but thankfully, they fit perfectly and he still has plenty of space in them.
I love that Jack can wear the tops to bed, unlike a bib and that I don’t have to constantly change his clothes through the day as his chest and clothing stay nice and dry. I also like that the branding / logo is kept to a minimum on the short sleeve.
The tops are available in packs of two at £13.99 which I thought was a bit steep at first but having tried them and seeing the benefits for myself, I wouldn’t hesitate recommending them to friends. Without a doubt, I shall be buying a set for Hudson just as soon as he starts teething.
There are 3 different colour options available; 2 white, 1 white & 1 pink stripe or 1 white & 1 blue stripe. I opted for the white pack so that Jack could wear them under and with anything. I would love to see other pastel colours available eventually or maybe even a 2pk of black/navy for when children are in darker wear.
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