Maxy Moo Moo Develops Waterproof Baby Bibs That Actually Work
(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 04, 2013 ) Beaverton, Oregon -- New baby products brand, Maxy Moo Moo, announced today that they have developed a baby bib that is both waterproof and absorbent.
Brand Manager, Samuel Thomas, said "Until now, the only truly waterproof bibs have been made from silicone, which is not absorbent and is uncomfortable for drooling babies that need to wear a bib all day long."
"Terry cloth bibs are absorbent but allow moisture to soak through, leaving your baby wet. We have come up with a bib that is the best of both worlds."
In developing its first product, the company has created a revolutionary design that incorporates a waterproof inner layer, sandwiched between two outer layers of absorbent terry cloth.
Traditional waterproof terry cloth bibs use a water resistant coating that repels liquids, often making messy situations worse. Maxy Moo Moo's unique triple layer design allows spills to be absorbed and captured, while keeping the baby dry.
But the innovation didn't stop there.
"During our research, we found that parents didn't like Velcro on baby bibs. It can scratch a baby's delicate skin and, if not securely fastened, can damage other items in the laundry" said Mr Thomas. "By replacing Velcro with snap closures, we have eliminated these problems. It also allowed us to make the bibs adjustable to fit the baby as he/she grows."
Maxy Moo Moo Waterproof Baby Bibs will be initially sold in packs of ten and will come in a variety of bright colors. It is expected that they will be available to purchase by mid-October on Amazon.com
About Maxy Moo Moo
Maxy Moo Moo's Quality baby products are created for busy parents, by busy parents. The company aims to deliver practical solutions that save time and effort, while keeping babies healthy and happy.
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