Luvable Friends Safari Themed Baby Burp Cloths, Blue, 3-Count

Luvable Friends Safari Themed Baby Burp Cloths, Blue, 3-Count

Luvable Friends’ 3 Count Safari Themed Burp Cloths is a great value Count of burp cloths that will help protect clothing from drool and spills. Assorted with coordinating cute safari designs and colors, these burp cloths are a great feeding accessory. Like the design? Look for our matching Safari bibs.

Main features

  • 65% Cotton/35% Polyester/Fiber Filled
  • Cute designs
  • Machine washable
  • Protects from drool and spills
  • Matching bibs

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Rarely Use Them

The fabric isn’t very soft and they’re smaller than I like. I bought these because I have the matching receiving blankets and I really like those (very soft!). But these didn’t live up to the receiving blankets. I rarely use these.

Sandra Eckerman, MI
★★★★★

Only ok

The fabric is rough and the designs are printed with a plasticky material, which makes the design side less absorbent. But they are thick and hold up well in the wash.

Lenore Oakmont, PA
★★★★★

Best burp clothes

I love these burp cloths. They are the perfect size to put on your shoulder, have great absorbency, and are a bright and beautiful colors. They are very thick, much thicker than the Gerber brand burp cloths. I would purchase these again in a heart beat.

Krista Potts Grove, PA
★★★★★

Perfect

Great burpclothes. I would recommend these to any new parent. Burpclothes are essential to have when having a baby. Quality is great.

Florine Morven, GA
★★★★★

Perfect size!

Got these to use when babysitting granddaughter. I like that they are not too big, fit nicely under her chin during bottle feeding, and fit perfectly over my shoulder for burping! Soft and cute as well, and wash well.

Charlene Maywood, CA
★★★★★

Fine

These are ok but quality didn’t impress me and not that absorbent. I end up using cloth diapers as burp rags most of the time. And FYI. If you are a first time mom, you need like 20 burp rags or cloth diapers to use as such.

Sydney Stratford, NJ