Baboo Bunny Baby Cover

Baby Cover 16-in-1 Baby Cover

~ What ~
Made of an unstated material, this multi-purpose, versatile cover protects babies from the sun, germs, dirt, hot or cold seats, or viewing by others. Measuring approximately 3 by 2 feet when flattened, it has seamed edges that can be pulled over a seat, chair, head, etc. The white and black zigzag design is for boys and girls. A matching drawstring bag is included. An insert card states it is machine washable and can be tumbled dry.

~ Why ~Baby Cover 2
Having two grandchildren under six months, I know my daughter-in-laws like privacy when nursing them. I like how soft the material is and that it is versatile to be stretched over a carrier, car seat, stroller, shopping cart, and high chair, wrapped around the neck when nursing, or used as a looping scarf. I did not find it as see-through as other baby covers. The stripes are approximately three-quarters wide each, and the seams are evenly reinforced.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not like stretchy fabrics may want to pass on this product as it is not that warm, but it will keep a baby away from dirt and debris. Others may wish there were more vibrant colors, but this one has a unisex design.

~ Wish ~
I wish it were stated what the material was made out of for those allergic to some fabrics (it feels like a polyester blend). Adding cleaning instructions online would be helpful.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a super-soft baby cover that can be used 6 different ways, this is stretchy black and white one may be the answer.

Thanks to Baboo Bunny for a discounted sample that I am freely evaluating.

GRAMMARLY  was used to check for errors in this review.


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