By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:56:25 PM.
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.
Ease of draining water, after washing the baby, draining the used water should be an easy task. A good baby bathtub should at least have a bottom plug such that you can unplug it and water drains out of the tub. Non-slipping surface, a good baby bathtub will ensure your baby does not occasionally slip as it is the case of a wet baby on smooth surfaces. A stranded smooth surface ensures your baby is held firmly.
Non-slippery: The material of the seat should not be slippery. Slippery bottom calls for trouble. Remember, inconvenience will back him away from using potty. Easily removable: The potty seat should be easily detachable without any complex locking mechanisms. In case an adult needs to use the toilet, it should be easily detachable and lockable.