By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Wednesday, January 08th 2020, 08:23:27 AM.
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.
To reduce this risk, it is advisable to look for a good baby bathtub in the market. Every make has claimed to be the best than the other, but don’t worry, I have researched on the top ten best baby bathtubs and listed them below. First, let us look closer at the features you should consider before buying a baby bath seat.
I know this seems like an odd point. Baby bathtubs were designed to hold water, right? Unfortunately, some baby bath tubs, even when filled to the brim, are quite shallow. Not holding enough water is a common problem with fold-up bathtubs that sacrifice size for ease of storage. Many baby bathtubs are designed to sit over a single sink. This not only makes the bathtub easy to fill, but even easier to drain as well. Come the end of bath time, all the water simply empties down the drain of your sink.