Pacifier Natural Rubber - Woodchuck

€4,09 excluding VAT




Popular Bibs pacifier in retro design made from natural rubber from Denmark. Why are they so popular? We think it is because of the lovely retro design, the beautiful colours and the natural rubber material. The pacifier has a lightweight shield turned backwards to ventilate the baby’s skin. The weight also makes it easy to grasp for little ones and it's less likely to fall out of the mouth. The vent holes protect from being sucked vacuum.

Note: Bibs supplies their pacifiers without packaging and paper instructions for use. Like all pacifiers, the Bibs must be sterilised in boiled water before the first use. Read the instructions for use alongside.


- Sterilise the pacifier in boiled water. Please remove the pan from the stove and wait a moment before putting the pacifier in it. If water gets into the teat, squeeze it out. It is not harmful.
- Check the pacifier completely before each use.
- Wash and sterilise the pacifier daily. Do not use a microwave or dishwasher, this affects the natural rubber.
- Replace the pacifier at the first damage. And do not use them longer than 4-6 weeks for safety (erosion of the natural rubber) and hygiene.
- If the baby accidentally takes the pacifier too far in the mouth, gently take it out. The three holes in the shield prevent the baby from choking.
- Bibs recommends not to dip the teat in sugary or medicated drinks as this is harmful to the health (of the teeth) of the baby.
- The teat is made of natural rubber, which can occasionally lead to an allergic reaction.
- Only use pacifier holders tested according to standard EN 12586. Never connect other ribbons or cords to the teat.
- This product complies with the European standard EN 1400 + A1.



Brand: Bibs
Made in: Denmark
Material: natural rubber and PP
Three Sizes: 0-6 months, 6-18 months, 18+ months
Color: woodchuck


Made of 100% natural rubber, shield is made of polypropylen.

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