After seeing one too many blouses and shirts having been ruined by spills, Kathy Steck was driven to create the Cravaat™. Steck, a former production and plant manager, incorporated her love of scarves into the design of an “adult bib”. Soon she created her company called DinerWear ™ and began marketing the Cravaat™ to seniors.
The fabric is microfiber but feels like ultra-suede with more body. Most stains wash out and will even wipe clean. And it comes out of the dryer relatively wrinkle free. It also looks good and can be worn just as one would wear a scarf.
Steck quickly discovered that Cravaats™ weren’t just for seniors. Whether you’re physically challenged or just want some insurance that you will come away from the table, (or car, or plane) with clean clothes, the Cravaat™ will help. The company’s mantra is, “An ounce of protection is worth a pound of laundry.”... Read More