Smocket

$26.00 +520pts

The Spork is a glorious and utilitarian combination of everyone’s two favourite utensils. Now, Lil Helper has taken it to the next level by introducing the Smocket. This beauty is a long-sleeved smock with a crumb-catching pocket on the front, making it the ultimate accessory for mealtimes or messy playtime. It is the spork of the bib world and you will love it just as much.

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100% POLYESTER

ABSORBENT MICROFIBRE

STAY DRY CHARCOAL

  1. Regular wash on warm (max. 140°F/60°C) with recommended amount of detergent
  2. Line dry when you can or tumble dry on medium.
  3. Use a reputable, commercially available detergent, either plant based or synthetic
  4. Do not use laundry soaps such as castile or coconut based soaps and detergents with fabric softener.
  5. Watch your favourite reality show. Light up a celebratory cigar with a glass of red and give yourself a pat on the back for choosing a reusable swim diaper. A cape is recommended but not necessary.

 

Manages Messes

The Smocket is a full-sleeve bib (a.k.a smock) with a crumb catcher on the front (or pocket). It is designed to hold all the mess your kid can throw at it, which means less crap for you to deal with.

Stays Put

With a snap to secure it at the neck and a tie closure to ensure it stays put at the waist, you can rest easy knowing that you will not be provoked into a rage when it falls off for the one millionth time, like their stupid booties.

Multi-purpose

Dinner time. Arts and crafts time. Basically any time you think your kid might get messy is the perfect time to pull out the Smocket. Which, let’s face it, is pretty much ALL THE TIME.

Ain’t nobody got time for fussy laundry.

Machine Washable


As parents we don't have time for delicate products that are Hand Wash Only. No problem here with the Smocket. Toss it in the laundry and walk away. It comes out practically brand new and dry from the washer. Air dry or throw it in the dryer on low for 10 mins. Grab that cold coffee and rejoice!

Is your baby about to start solids?

The smocket has got you (and your kiddo) covered!


From purees to baby led weaning, kids are so good at wearing their food. Your child might decide that finger painting with yogurt is better than eating it. Sit back. They say avocado on eyebrows and banana on the back of the head is all the rage - toddlers these days,

I tell ya! Drink your cold coffee and let them.

Have a tiny Picasso?

A smocket is a parents dream


While we can’t guarantee that your sweet petite Da Vinci won’t paint your walls, couch, and family pet, we can promise that they themselves will remain as pristine as a sidewalk in Singapore.

You are underestimating the joys of free labour.

Let your kids earn their keep


Good news for new parents...your kids want to help you in the kitchen and garden, so let them. Let your babies get their hands dirty. Who knows maybe they could cook you a full meal by the time they turn 4? Use our Smockets to make sure that they don’t get grubby. And it is never too early to make them start. That is why the Smocket comes in two sizes: 6-18 months and 18-36 months.

It doesn’t matter if your baby is enjoying some food, some fun, or a combination of both (my son is convinced that marinara is great for wall murals), the smocket means you will be spared at least some of the mess.

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FAQ

Want some more marinara painting tips? Still confused about how this thing works? Get all the answers here.

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Newbie Guide

Our Smockets are made of a combination of printed and solid-coloured PUL - that means that they are working overtime to keep your babes outfit squeaky clean while they're doing everything they can think of to be as messy as possible.
Yes! The material used will keep shirts dry and clean through even the most wet messes.
Small is recommended for little ones 6-18 months old, and Large is recommended for 18-36 months. Both sizes have elastic wristbands and a tie up back to easily fit on babies of all shapes and sizes!
Hand washing is preferable, but tossing it into the washing machine on a cold or warm cycle is alright too. Avoid using hot water. Hang to dry only.

Customer Reviews

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Annisa McNish
Perfect!

Great for spaghetti night, but even better for arts and crafts. It has amazing coverage, great stretch on the sleeve cuffs, and a pocket to catch things before they hit the floor!

The neck opening is a bit big, even if snapped on the smallest setting, but I just twist it around a couple times before snapping and it solves the problem.

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MJ

Super cute and catch the messes ! No need to change outfits after every meal! Love the print options too! Makes the mealtime more fun!

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J.S.

great for the super messy meals, or when wearing something that needs extra protection

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Kylie Clark
The ultimate feeding companion

What a mess they make, am I right? My 4 month son started solids this week. Our smocket helped contain the mess and helped mom stay worry free! Not only are they handy but they also have beautiful prints to make great pictures for grandparents 🥰

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Brooke Benninger
You Need a Smocket!

My baby is just beginning to eat solid foods and he is definitely a messy eater! When he has his smocket on, he is covered, his outfit is safe and he can be as messy as he wants! The sweet and fun patterns are whimsical and the functionality is on point.

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