By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:53:14 PM.
Soft and Comfortable. Babies have sensitive skin. Thus, it is very crucial that you pay attention to the material used in creating the mat, as well as its surface texture. Get one with a cushioned surface or one that is soft to touch so that no matter how much time your baby spent crawling on the mat, they will feel comfortable all throughout. Rubber or TPE material is preferred by many than PVC and vinyl.
Some bathmats are being offered with a self-adhesive and rough textured surface to provide better grip and adhesion to the tub flooring. If you and your baby share the same bathtub, it’s best to stick to self-adhesive, non-slip type whereas you can opt for a textured surface if only adults will use the tub. This is because the rough texture may not sit well with babies and may irritate their skin.
Prints and Designs. For adults and the elderly, this feature will not really matter that match. But for babies, this makes a big difference. Exciting prints and designs, as well as stickers, will make bathing time a lot easier with your baby. Children will get busy playing with the design, so crying during bath time is minimized.