From paper towels to disposable bibs and diapers, modern parenting has many elements that make life easier.
However, when Melanie Patterson’s son Cody was born five years ago, she thought that something was gone: if I have the Disposable Bibs can reduce her wash times. So she didn’t have to wash the cloth often. When she couldn’t find anything, she created one.
“All I want is a clean, hygienic, small bib at your fingertips,” said American Lady Patterson in 1993. He is a former kindergarten teacher and lives in Belleron, about 20 miles south of Pittsburgh.
Care-De, the non-woven paper bib with a smooth, leak-proof backing, has 15 rolls, much like a paper towel, although the disposable bib is about two inches wide. She obtained the Care-De patent in June 1996 and initially sold it over the Internet at home.
This year, at the Giant Eagle Store in Pittsburgh and Cleveland, a box of Single-use Bibs was racked for $15 a box for $9.99.
So, a company called “Lovely Disposable Baby Bibs“, a Toronto-based company sells similar products via the Internet and word of mouth.
Buy the best disposable bib that appears in 10 bundles instead of on a roll, made of woven paper, like a thick tissue. These packages totaled $2.97 for a pack of infants and $3.97 for a pack of toddlers.
“People who use it like it, especially for kids who are suddenly struck in the restaurant,” said So Cute’s female, Marlene Varana. But it’s hard to buy a new product in the store. There is a lot of hesitation. There are no big people like Johnson or Procter & Gamble behind. And many Disposable Bib Suppliers or Manufacturers offer high-quality but affordable bibs to adults.
When paper manufacturers and distributors are reluctant to accept her products, Patterson faces similar obstacles.
Patterson said: “I don’t have data, no proven products. These big companies don’t play with mom’s ideas. They just don’t have time to get ideas from people on the street.
Patterson was not afraid to find an excellent paper supplier at a paper fair in Baltimore, and they gave her sample materials to try. Berkeley Medical Resources in Union Town uses these materials to make Adult Bibs.
She said that in May last year, 10,000 rolls of bibs wrapped in shrink paper were produced, and they fell through. They look like small rolls of paper and are easily flipped.
She also spent a day at Kennywood Park in West Mifflin near Pittsburgh, handing the adult bibs for sale to those who didn’t understand what they were. “They thought it was baby wipes or napkins. They were white and there was nothing printed on them,” she said.
Patterson put the bibs in a box that showed how to use them. Each bib needs to have the product logo “CareDe” printed on it.
She said that we must educate consumers about Disposable Bibs For Adults.
Laura Carrett, vice president of marketing for Giant Eagle, said that since mid-May, the chain has been operating Carede, but it is too early to judge whether they are selling well.
“We always like to see new ideas. This is a very good idea.” If you have any questions, please contact us. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org