By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:54:25 PM.
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.
Variety of colors and prints. Hooded towels are available in a variety of colors, styles, animals and other options. You can choose something elegant and simple such as white with minimal trimming or you can go all out and choose animal designs that have hoods that have faces and ears. Many parents match the bathroom décor or their baby’s nursery.
A commonly overlooked feature of baby bathtubs is the ease in which they dry. Since you are going to wash your baby once or more each day it is vital that the tub quickly and easily dries. If any area of the tub remains constantly damp, then you will have mould and mildew growing before you realize it. Look for tubs made of mildew-resistant materials whenever possible.