Exceptional performance from our Adult Disposable Bib /Apron is the result of nine years of research and development into producing a cellulose paper with all the special properties needed for a disposable bib, combining high absorbency with softness and strength. The texture of the cellulose paper helps break down the surface tension of liquids running down the bib, and helps accelerate absorption. The unique neck tie needs just a simple half-hitch to provide a safe and secure fastening around the neck. Tis means the bib can easily be used several times if required. Supplied from our factory in Devon. Bib Size 380mm width x 410mm high (580mm including neck ties) Absorption 90ml per apron Material 50gms of air laid cellulose paper, glue laminated with 50 microns of white PE waterproof backing Packing 200 bibs per carton Carton 600 x 390 x 135mm high Discount 10% for more than 5 cartons
Unex Designs (Voice Aid) Ltd
Woodland Business Park
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