LOS ANGELES, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- With nationwide recalls of led-laced baby bibs, led is a top concern for parents. The problem for parents is "What do I do with all of this lead information? Now what do I buy? How do I keep my child clean if I can't use the available bibs?" Bibs are a necessity; used 5 times everyday for meals/snacks during the first 4 years of a baby's life. Now, parents can feel safe feeding their children with the help of a Crumb Chum.
Let Babies Soar!, LLC , a mother and daughter company, 4 years ago purposefully brought to market a bib that is NOT made of vinyl, PVC or contain phthalates, is LEAD-FREE, SAFE, and liquid/stain resistant. Marsha Mintz, co-owner said, "We researched and discovered the dangers of vinyl, PVC, phthalates and lead. We designed the fabric with those parameters in mind. We wanted to create a lead-free bib that would not be made of a stiff vinyl with that 'vinyl smell' which ultimately develops those awful odors as you wipe them off after several uses."
"We developed a fabric that is 100% polyester taffeta, and liquid and stain resistant. More importantly, THE CRUMB CHUM IS LEAD-FREE. It's a lightweight fabric, which gently drapes, allows mobility and folds super compact to fit into a shirt pocket. The fabric is machine washable, dryer safe or can be hand-washed and drip-dried in minutes. Our unique patented design, The Crumb Chum, is the only bib that goes from chin to toe. Bibs on the market only cover the chest, food still lands on the lap and children always wipe their sticky hands on their legs. We also designed a "pucker pocket" which catches food, drips and crumbs before they have a chance to reach the floor, and is roomy and easy to clean," said Stephanie Mintz.
Geared for little ones aged six months to four years, The Crumb Chum
comes in two sizes -- 6 months to 15 months and 15 months to 4 years.
Perfect for highchairs, strollers, carseats, boosterseats, travel, crafts,
and ideal for
|SOURCE Let Babies Soar!, LLC|
Copyright©2007 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved