Rainbow Shave Ice Burp Cloth

Regular price $12.00
Regular price Sale price $12.00
Regular price $12.00
Regular price Sale price $12.00
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Baby messes meet your match! Our burp clothes are made out our our buttery soft fabric and feature an added layer of highly absorbent fleece in between. We know how sensitive and delicate baby's skin around the mouth can be, so we made sure our Burp Cloths are soft and gentle, while still being absorbent and functional. They are the perfect size for throwing over your shoulder, catching any messes that come your way.

Bright, Fun, & Full of Flavor

If you ask any kid from Hawai'i what their favorite shave ice flavor is, don't be surprised if they enthusiastically reply: "rainbow!" Rainbow isn't really a flavor, but actually three that come together to form a "rainbow." This print is inspired by the nostalgia of a sweet rainbow shave ice on a hot Hawai'i day, and is hand illustrated by local artist Suzanne Jennerich.

Fabric: 90% Viscose from bamboo, 10% spandex, with a layer of absorbent fleece.

Care:  In order to maintain the quality of our fabric and prevent pilling and/or snagging, separate from other materials such as towels and hardware, like zippers or velcro, during the wash and dry process. Machine wash cold (without bleach), tumble dry on low heat. We also recommend washing your item inside out to preserve the print.

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The favorite blankie of 1000's of babies worldwide

A portion of profits donated to Hawaiʻi non-profits

Eco-friendly packaging

Authentic and original island designs

It's our kuleana, or responsibility, to take care of our environment and our community.

We're proud to donate a portion of all proceeds to Hawai'i based non-profits doing powerful work for our environment and our children. We are also committed to doing our part by packaging our items in fully biodegradable cassava starch bags wherever possible

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