⇒When to use?
Start from Newborn
- Feeding: It is common in the early days for your baby to bring up milk curds up after meals. To preserve your clothes from the stain and smell of milk curds the Burp Cloths are the perfect solution.
- Convenience: The Burp Cloths are a small handy shape, perfect for your shoulder but conveniently sized to fit into a bag or pocket. And it is machine-washable.
- Special design: Cut out around neck to make it more comfortable for you and your baby when burping and help to keep you clean
- Soft Materials: Made from a highly sustainable fibre, bamboo viscose with a mix of cotton. Bamboo products are naturally breathable, hypoallergenic, eco-friendly and antibacterial, benefiting the health of both your baby and the environment
⇒How to use?
After a feed, you will need to burp your baby for a period of time to encourage a wind to be brought up. Sometimes a burp will pose no problem and come up quickly, at other times, your baby will not burp at all. Some babies bring up milk curds with the burp, others don’t.
The following are some useful positions for burping your baby:
- Shoulder Burp: This position is the most popular. Place the Burp Cloth over your shoulder. Hold your baby against your shoulder with his tummy against your chest. Rub firmly or pat his back.
- Sitting burp: If the shoulder burp position fails, try the sitting position, on your lap. Hold the burp cloth over your hand and put your covered hand under your baby’s chin, against his chest. Pat your baby’s back and rub until the burp emerges.
Do not pursue a burp if five or more minutes have passed, your baby will just become uncomfortable with all the handling.
Failure to follow each of the following warnings and instructions can result in serious injury or death.
- Do not allow burp cloth to cover infant’s face.
- Keep infant’s face free from obstruction at all times.
- An infant can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tightly against the fabric.
Seek advice from a health care professional if uncertain. Read instructions for additional warnings and recommended guidelines. Keep packaging for future reference.