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Neat Baby launches Neat Baby Designs infant bedding
22
Sep '11
Neat Baby LLC, manufacturer of 'Wupzey, less mess' baby feeding products, (such as bibs, coveralls, highchair seat covers, car seat covers, floor mats and the one and only highchair Food Catcher), announced that they are launching a bedding line, Neat Baby Designs, at the ABC Show in Louisville (booth # 1113) later this week.

This line includes the patent-pending Safer Bumper, which provides added safety by not allowing the baby to get their hands, arms, feet, & legs stuck between the slats. The new and upscale Neat Baby Designs Infant Bedding is made in the USA too.

This upscale infant crib bedding and nursery accessory line is made in the USA.

Johanna Romaniuk wanted to provide quality American made bedding products we can trust, at affordable prices. Not only is it made in the USA, the comforter is hand quilted, and made of the plush super soft minky dot fabric. The four piece sets include 4 piece Safer bumper, fitted 100 % Organic cotton sheet, dust ruffle, and hand quilted blanket. Available matching accessories include diaper stacker bag, toy bag, mobile, and valance. Matching lamp and hamper will be available soon.

After months of cleaning the floor whenever her daughter ate in the high chair, California Mom Johanna Romaniuk had an idea to change the mealtime experience for moms & babies worldwide. At 5 months, Johanna's daughter preferred to eat by herself, leaving a mess on the floor after each meal.

Looking for solutions, Johanna tried the large, bulky floor mats that still needed sweeping. Fold, clean, unfold - the mat turned out to be more work than just letting the food fall directly onto the floor! Out of necessity, Johanna created the high chair food catcher which is lightweight, compact and durable. She made it easy to attach, detach, clean and able store on the highchair. She also made it to be strong enough to catch "sippy cups," toys and utensils. And, of course, it is completely machine washable.

Johanna's other products which include bibs and shopping/diner seat covers were also designed with the same concept in mind; to reduce work, and to save time and energy. The bibs and covers are made of waterproof polyester, which makes them far more practical than the age old cotton ones that take forever to dry.

Neat Baby, llc was formed in 2006 in Huntington Beach, CA with one concept in mind to create practical, high quality products that save time, energy and reduce work for parents.

Neat Baby LLC


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