If your baby is a real spitter-upper, you know that traditional burp cloths (aka cloth diapers) can leave you with a soppy mess.
A father tired of having a wet shoulder, designed Burp Armor—a burp cloth he made of three soft, all-natural layers – two hemp/organic fleece layers to absorb the drool and spit-up and one corduroy layer to keep the burp cloth in place on your shoulder. The cloth’s “ergonomic” kidney bean design ensures a neat fit and clean clothes. To learn more about these clever creations, read more.
Starting at $25, the burpers come in many designs all made of organic cotton, free from pesticides and herbicides and are packaged in recyclable boxes made with soy-based inks. Burp Armor also donates 5 percent of their sales to Children’s Hospital Boston, one of the nation’s leading pediatric care hospitals.