By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:48:47 PM.
Some baby bathtubs come with a drain and plug. By simply unplugging the drain plug, the water can easily leave the baby bathtub. Drains can either be in the base or the walls of the bathtub. Many drains will only remove most water, leaving a little in the basin. This is by design, as the purpose is to make the baby bath light enough that you can easily turn it over for rinsing.
Non slip surface. It never ceases to amaze me just how slippery a wet baby can be. Many bathtubs come with a non-slip surface or even a built-in bath seat to help keep your baby in place during bath time. Examine the rim of the bathtub. You are looking for two features, smooth, the rim of the bathtub should be smooth without any jagged pieces. This will prevent you from scraping your baby’s skin when taking him out or placing him in the bathtub. A padded headrest is a nice feature to look for. Overhang, if the rim of the bathtub overhangs the walls then it will be much easier to carry, especially when filled with water.
Stain resistance, babies sometimes use the bathroom once they are out of the tub and wrapped in a warm, comfy towel. Cotton and bamboo towels are typically stained resistant so you can safely wash them and not have lingering stains from accidents. Easy to wash, always look for hooded towels that can be washed in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. Having to hand wash your baby’s towels when they get dirty so easily is very time-consuming. Save yourself extra work and choose towels that do not require any special handling.