Gifted Review | Dribble Stop Top Review

Dribble Stop Top
Little J has just cut his fifth tooth so he spends his days in a pool of drool. I am constantly changing his vests, clothes and dribble bibs. It's just an endless cycle of fresh clean clothes, wet clothes, wet chest, upset little J, washing then back to clean clothes again. When I found the Dribble Stop Top website I thought it sounded too good to be true. So when I was given the chance for little J to review a dribble stop top I was really excited but nervous at the same time because it's such a great idea and I really wanted it to work.

 When it arrived I couldn't wait to try it on little J. It came in clear packaging and it had a leaflet explaining how the dribble stop top works.

Dribble Stop Top
The first thing I noticed was the quality of the top. It was really well made with nice detail around the arms and the legs. There is a layer of special waterproof material underneath which helps protect the chest but I couldn't see this when it was on him, very discreet.

Dribble Stop Top
 So we were ready to try. I put it on little J and decided I would give it a hour first before I checked him because normally after a hour he is ready for a change of clothes.

Once it was on I was really impressed with the fit. The neckline is really high and has two buttons either side. Sometimes little J's vests give him the 'off the shoulder' look because they go quite baggy and I knew straight away this wouldn't happen with the dribble stop top.

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Also it fits perfectly around the bum so no nappy bulging out the sides.

Dribble Stop Top
After 1 hour of playing and as you can see from the photo below lots of drooling it was time to check him.

I was so happy when little J was completely dry. His chest was warm instead of the usual cold and sticky. I didn't need to change little J's vest at all so it gave me a day off from washing. Little J was much happier too.

How It Works

A Pocket made of Specialised Waterproof Material with Skin-Like Breathability – is hidden inside the top which completely covers and protects the Dribble Zone (chest area).

The Unique Extra High Neckline – Ensures maximum coverage.

 Our Discreet Dribble Stop Protection – Acts as a barrier & helps stop dribble soaking through to baby’s delicate skin.

Soft Cotton Jersey – Is the only material in contact with baby’s skin ensuring they remain comfortable as well as, safe & dry.

For Parents

No More Constant Clothing Changes = A lighter changing bag

Fewer Changes = Less washing & less ironing

Tumble Dryable = Convenience

Safe Protection = Peace of mind for those nap times & nursery days

No more disturbed sleeps (due to cold wet chests) = more sleep for you

I would definitely recommend dribble stop tops for all little dribblers out there. I have already stocked up on some more because right now these are a must have.

Dribble Stop Tops are available in sizes Sizes 0-3ms, 3-6m, 6-12m, 12-18m, 18-24m.
Available in packs of 2 or 1 & 1 stripe (pink or blue).

You can purchase your Dribble Stop Tops at Amazon

Dribble Stop Top

Dribble Stop Top
Michelle
 
* I was sent this product for free for the purpose of this review but the thoughts and opinions above are my own *

44 comments

  1. What amazing technology! I wish they would make aprons for adults of this material, then I could do my washing up at the kitchen sink without damp clothes :)

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    1. Oh an apron sounds like a great idea. Would get one them myself :)

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  2. What a great idea! looks great on you're little boy.

    Sophie
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    www.pocockins.co.uk

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    1. Aww thanks. He is such a poser. As soon as he sees a camera he love its

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  3. I wish I had found them when my son was little will keep them in mind if I have a 2nd they look amazing

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    1. Definitely put it on your must have list Penelope if baby no.2 comes along :)

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  4. What a great idea! I wish they'd had these when mine were small.
    Love Vicky
    http://www.aroundandupsidedown.co.uk/

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    1. They are brilliant. They are perfect fit too for my little boy.

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  5. Ooh err..that sounds all very high tech ,like baby clothing from the future! Very intriguing concept, never heard of them until I stumbled here :)

    Mama Undone |Tiaras & Prozac

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    1. They are new on the market and I know they will be huge. Everyone wants to make life easier for themselves and this does the trick!

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  6. I'd not heard of these before but they look great! something to try when my little one arrives as his big sister was always wet when teething and lived in dribble bibs! xx great review hun xx

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    1. Jake was always in dribble bibs too but sometimes I used to think they hide his lovely clothes underneath!

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  7. These are so clever, my son drooled continuously as a baby and even the dribble bibs would get soaked through. This is a really good solution to the problem.

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    1. It's a great product and I would recommend to all :) thanks for popping over

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  8. We adore our Dribble stop vest. It's made such a difference to Max's dribble rash - it's one of those products you wish you had thought of yourself! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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  9. What a great idea! So clever! Why were these not about years ago....My eldest used to dribble so much....

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  10. now thats sounds like a lovely vest x

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  11. Fantastic idea! I'll definitely be keeping these in mind for the new arrival. Popping over from #triedandtested

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  12. Wonderful idea, I'm past needing them but would definitely suggest them to friends! x

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  13. Amy is a right dribbly monkey at the moment. I think I need to invest in some of these!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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    1. Thanks Collette for your comment. Hope you managed to get some x

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  14. These look great but quite pricey and you need to buy more when they go up a clothes size.. We use dribble bibs which are size independent and you get several for the same money so it doesn't matter if you have to refresh their bib once or twice a day. Nice comprehensive review though :-)

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    1. Thanks Zoe for your comments. I haven't found a bib as good as this yet, but if you have any suggestions that would be great

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  15. They look like such a great idea!!

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  16. Oh how I wish they had those when my kids were small, but I must take a note of this for my daughter-in-law. hopefully she will be needing them soon???
    dropping in from Golden Oldies

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  17. That is such a brilliant idea, wish they'd had these when my Joe was smaller.

    #GoldenOldies

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  18. Wish I'd have had one of them when my teen was a baby.
    #goldenoldies

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  19. How amazing is that?! Such a simple idea and well, it sounds absolutely awesome.

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    1. Thanks Emily for your comments and for popping over x

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  20. I have never heard of these before. What a good idea. #goldenoldies

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    1. They are quite new Heather and trying to get their product out there

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  21. What a fab idea, wish they had made these when my kids were babies :-) #GoldenOldies

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  22. Never knew this existed! I've always dreamy of inventing a dribble hoover.

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