Mucky Bubba bibs feature a reusable sticky strip on the pocket to attach to any highchair or table. This awesome strip is made from a special sticky rubber that will stick to anything and when removed, will leave no damage or residue. When it stops sticking? simply wash in soapy water and the stick will return - Magic!
Mucky Bubba bibs offer superior coverage in the simplest of ways by attaching to highchairs or tables. Other bibs protect the chest and don't prevent food from falling on the floor or lap, or they have a lot of fabric to clean and food still can get everywhere.
How to use Mucky Bubba Bibs
Just a few easy steps....
When you first get your bib, you will need to remove the backing plastic from the sticky strip. You will find that the strip is super sticky - this will dull which is perfectly normal to allow for easy removal after eating.
It is as simple as it sounds! Attach the sticky strip to your high chair or table so that the pocket is open.
Using the snap clips, choose a comfortable size for your baby so that they can enjoy their food (without all the mess!)
Simply remove the bib from around your baby's neck, carefully peel the sticky strip from the table or high chair (please pull on the strip itself, not the bib), and wash in warm soapy water!
Hints & Tips
When you first get the bib you will have found the strip super sticky. This stickiness will dull - this is perfectly normal as it is supposed to be easily removed after eating.
The strip does need to be dry to stick at it’s best, once hung up they will dry within minutes. We always recommend having two so you can alternate between mealtimes.
The sticky strip uses pressure to attach to surfaces, so give it a good press and rub and it will stick just fine. It should be easy to remove when you are finished.
If you find it is no longer sticking as well as you would like, you can simply rub lemon or a citrus based cleaner over it and the stick will come back. A magic eraser (available via Bunnings and other retailers) also helps to rejuvenate the stickiness.
To remove your bib, pull from the top (ie. where the least fabric is). Pulling from the main portion of the bib will, with time, cause the strip to separate from the bib.
Don't put your bib in the washing machine or dishwasher as it will shorten the life of the bib. Simply wash in soapy water giving the sticky strip a good rub and hang to dry.