at your service
for 60 days
Made of 100% cotton, these lobster bibs have all the assets to allow you to enjoy your meal without worries. Absorbent and resistant, they are also very easy to maintain. So, when is the next seafood platter?
THE PERFECT ACCESSORY TO PROTECT YOU FROM STAINS
A delicious lobster, a generous platter of seafood: it's impossible to pass up the pleasure of a good meal with the flavors of the sea. But beware, if these dishes are terribly tasty, they also have the unfortunate tendency to leave traces. Do not take any more risks! For your next lobster party, get protected and think of the bib! If it is more often associated with babies, it remains an essential of the table.
All the available models are proposed in a unique size of 60x43 cm and allow a total protection of your clothes. Large enough to cover the entire torso, they protect you from the few splashes that are quite common when peeling lobsters, shrimp and other scampi!
Not a fan of seafood? No problem! Our products will also prove their worth with a dish in sauce. The trick is not to end up with a huge halo on your favorite T-shirt!
PRACTICAL AND EASILY WASHED LOBSTER BIBS
More ecological than disposable bibs, our lobster bibs are especially easy to maintain. Thanks to their 100% cotton composition, our lobster bibs can be easily washed (at 30° or 40°C) and dried. Once clean, they are ready for a new tasting!
For more practicality, we have also developed bibs with ties. They fit everyone and are easy to put on and take off.
AN AIR OF SEASIDE
With its 100% cotton lobster bibs, Coucke offers you an escapade near the coast. The models, dressed in marine colors and patterns, are a tribute to French shores. It's a simple way to take a dip in the ocean and feel like you're in a great restaurant near the beach.
Using some of the same patterns as our cotton dishcloths, the bibs match the rest of your kitchen linens. This will create an elegant and harmonious ensemble that will create a certain ambiance in your favorite room. Practical and stylish, could we do better with these bibs?