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Decent long sleeve plastic bib

(14 Posts)
Mrsgrumble Sat 08-Nov-14 17:02:32

Looking for something of good quality. Local ikea never seems to have them in stock when we visit.

Jo mama has them but ££££££

Any suggestions ?


PenguinsandtheTantrumofDoom Sat 08-Nov-14 18:58:17

Watching with interest as I am starting to think it might be worth investing in the Jo Jo ones. Cheap ones last 2 minutes.

BikeRunSki Sat 08-Nov-14 18:59:55


ByTheWishingWell Sat 08-Nov-14 19:00:35

Same as Penguins, would prefer a cheaper alternative to the JoJo ones if possible though!

Paddingtonthebear Sat 08-Nov-14 19:00:51

For eating or painting?

For eating these neoprene bibs are fab and last ages

Paddingtonthebear Sat 08-Nov-14 19:01:38

They outlasted the plastic JoJo one we had

Littlef00t Sat 08-Nov-14 19:31:37

Second the bibetta bibs for eating. I have 3 and bung them on 15 min cycle at the end of each day, or a bit less regularly if 'clean' meals. Those combined with a tea towel round the waist keep dd clothes spotless.

Mrsgrumble Sat 08-Nov-14 19:33:04

For eating.

Thanks so much, will investigate. Like th nuby neproprene bibs and they are lasting well but would love sleeves.

chocolatesolveseverything Sat 08-Nov-14 21:07:20

Our Bibetta bibs have had it now after nine months of use. I've just discovered the Ikea plastic ones which are cheap and seem to do the job well.

ThisBitchIsResting Sat 08-Nov-14 21:12:59

Tesco do them.

AnythingNotEverything Sat 08-Nov-14 21:15:09

Mothercare do some towelling plastic backed ones that have been good. Elasticated cuffs too.

plummyjam Sun 09-Nov-14 02:20:48

mothercare do a 2 pack of plastic long sleeved bibs with a pocket to catch Gubbins. Better than IKEA ones which are not water repellant.

wotlarks Sun 09-Nov-14 04:10:40

IKEA all the way. They do a two pack for £3.50, we bought several sets two years ago now and they are still going strong! They are called "kladd prickar", will try to link below...

MiaowTheCat Mon 10-Nov-14 08:08:45

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