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Ulubulu Universal Pacifier Clip Review
This is one of my favorite baby items. If you are like me and have 6+ pacifiers because they keep falling to the floor and technically you can’t use the five-second rule, a dog comes by and licks them, or cat hair seems to keep growing out of them; then this might help with at least the first problem.
comes in a wide variety of prints for both boys and girls. It’s made of cotton and has a blank space on the back to write your child’s name. The clip is metal with plastic jaws. It’s hand washable. The product is manufactured in China. The Ulubulu Universal Pacifier Clip
- It’s easy to use: just pass the loop string through the pacifier ring or hole, open the loop and pass the clip through, and pull it down. Clip to your child’s clothing, your clothing, your bag, her blankie, etc. (Do not clip onto your husband’s beard. He won’t like that.)
- The jaws are plastic and it won’t damage your baby’s clothes.
- You can use almost any pacifier with it.
- The field on the back is white and big enough so you can see the name written on it, which makes it convenient for day care, or with multiple children.
- Cute colorful prints. (I bought the Veggie Patch and the Robonaut Robot one.)
- Plastic jaws could come off clothes if clothe are too thin, or if your child yanks on it. (I like to clip mine onto my son’s burp cloth that has a thick border.)
- The clip is a bit difficult to open once it’s closed, especially if it’s clipped onto your child’s clothing.
- You cannot leave baby unattended with it on as it presents a strangling hazard since the ribbon could get tangled around a baby’s neck.
It’s a great product. I like it. It has saved me from having to buy more pacies to have clean ones on hand every time I drop one. I would recommend using a fabric marker to write your child’s name on the ribbon and then hand washing it, instead of using a sharpie or pen since they rub off or bleed through and could be toxic if child puts it into her mouth.