Recently, I was contacted to review some children’s clothing that combats germs. I was excited to read the email from Angela, CEO and co-founder, where she explained how it works. I always worry for the children and make sure they all wear long sleeves or jacket to protect them from dirts. I realise I maybe over-protective sometimes but this is a natural instinct for all parents.
Spitter Spatter is a Raleigh, NC based Children’s Clothing company making Antibacterial & Stain Resistant clothing for infants and toddlers. Their mission is to help children grow, learn and explore in a cleaner, healthier, happier environment through sustainable clothing. When we first opened the parcel, it was very nicely packed with very simple yet beautiful gift box sealed with a lot of care! If you would like to send it as a gift, this is definitely an A class service.
What do we think about their clothing?
Both sets of clothing are comfortable and soft to wear. They are made from 100% Ringspun cotton. Both have tried the clothing by playing outside the garden. I love both the colours and simplicity. It is very easy to mix and match with any bottoms. Spitter Spatter is selling their special treated clothing from 0 to 5 years old. There are quite a few colour choices and designs from bodysuits to tops.
Ms C got a raspberry 3/4 toddler ruffle dress and she loves it. She needed no encouragement to get her into it. It comes with a two tiered skirt. It can be worn with or without leggings. She looked so beautifully feminine. Overall it fits her very well. It costs US$27 (£17.82) which is very reasonable and affordable.
Mr K got a banana 5/6 toddler top crew neck rugged tee to try on. It fits nicely over his neck. It is a plain and simple tee. It’s costs US$18 (£11.88). Again this is reasonable and affordable to buy.
Both of the clothing had been washed and tumbled dry and there is no signs of shrinkage! That was brilliant!
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.