Dribblestop Top review

Max is a huge dribbler – there isn’t a day goes by that doesn’t necessitate a change of clothes by lunchtime – not because he is a messy eater (although he is that too) but purely because he dribbles so much it soaks through. Even with a bib on he is usually wet – and this results in dribble rash. Because he never stays dry, the dribble rash never really clears – it’s one of those vicious circle situations.
So when I heard about the new Dribblestop Top I got totally overexcited at the prospect of a vest that could keep my mega dribbler dry. Designed to make the life of a parent to a dribble machine just that little bit easier, this vest looks just like any ordinary vest – but hidden inside the top is a waterproof pocket which acts as a barrier, and stops dribble from soaking through to the skin. The bit that sits against the chest is soft cotton jersey, so it is comfortable for your little one.

As you can see, it looks like any other vest. The clever ‘dribblestop’ layer is not visible to anyone, and baby doesn’t notice any difference either. 
So, we have established it looks good – but the real question is, does it work? We put this top to the ultimate test:

Max loves to hold his own cup – which is great, but messy. Add the juice to the dribble and you usually end up with a very very wet baby. I am pleased to report that with the Dribblestop Top on, although Max’s legs, feet, hands and my sofa were all soaking wet, the skin underneath his vest was dry. Max wore the Dribblestop Top all day – and didn’t need a vest change once. This is a revelation and in all honesty, I don’t think this has ever happened before. 
For any mum or dad who has a dribbly baby, a reflux baby or a teething baby, I would not hesitate to recommend the Dribblestop Top, and I for one will be buying heaps more of these little beauties! 
* This vest was sent to us free of charge for review purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. *



    • January 18, 2014 / 7:48 pm

      It’s AMAZING Clare, it has made such a difference to Max.

  1. January 21, 2014 / 8:25 am

    Wow, sounds fab! Luckily mine didn’t dribble too badly! Love this.

  2. January 21, 2014 / 9:41 am

    What a fantastic idea!! Could of done with these when my girls were younger! They were dribblers x

  3. January 21, 2014 / 11:28 am

    This sounds like a baby essential – no more sore, sticky necks and tummies!! x

  4. January 21, 2014 / 11:30 am

    What a fab idea! Such a cute boy too 🙂

  5. January 21, 2014 / 11:33 am

    Wow we need one of these for our little girl! 🙂

  6. January 21, 2014 / 7:23 pm

    What a stroke of genius! Are they expensive?
    #TriedTested x

  7. January 22, 2014 / 10:18 am

    Wow, I would have loved that when my son was a baby, he was such a dribbler! #Tried&Tested

  8. January 22, 2014 / 10:28 am

    What a fabulous product Kate! Something we all need for our dribbly babies! Great review hun #tried&tested

  9. January 22, 2014 / 12:38 pm

    Great idea, wish this had been around when my dribbly twins were sodden!! I know a few friends who will be interested in the bibs, thanks

  10. January 24, 2014 / 4:32 pm

    That’s a fab idea. Bud was a terrible dribbler, we used to go through dribble bibs like crazy!

  11. January 27, 2014 / 2:30 pm

    Such an amazing invention! I think our dribbly Little Man needs these in his life! x

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