By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:52:41 PM.
Some baby bathtubs are designed to sit over single sinks, while others are designed to sit over double sinks. There are even customizable baby bathtubs that can fit over both. If the bathtub is too big for your sink, you will have to make room on a flat surface to wash your baby. Remember, a baby bathtub filled with water can be heavy to carry, so it is often best to set it up close to a water source.
When shopping for a baby bathtub, look for areas or materials that may potentially absorb or hold water. If it looks like the tub could become perpetually waterlogged, then it is best that you steer clear of that bathtub.
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.