Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 07:35:44 AM. Bath & Potty. By Gaba Kucera.
Absorbs water easily. For the best absorbency you will want to look for cotton. Cotton is very absorbent and doesn’t have to be super thick to do so. You want to dry your baby off as quickly as possible after they get out of the bath, so they do not catch cold. Durability. No one wants to have to replace their baby’s towels every few months. Look for fabrics that will hold up to frequent washes without the towels pilling. This can make the fabric rough to the touch which the baby will not like very much. Cotton will usually pill a lot due to the shorter fibers. Tightly knit towels will not pill as much so look for tight weaves.
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.
Certain models of baby bathtubs now come with a temperature indicator. A temperature indicator will help take the guesswork when determining whether the water is too hot or cold for your baby. Temperature indicators will normally come in two different varieties, sticker strip, a temperature indicator that looks like a sticker. The sticker will change color according to the temperature. The problem with stickers is that they can be slow to react to the temperature change. Digital Indicator, a digital readout attached to a thermometer. The digital read out will tell you the exact temperature of the water at a glance.
What is it your toddler needs to reach? While a single step stool may be perfect for your toddler to reach the bathroom sink, it may pull up a little short at the kitchen bench. If you use a step stool that is too short then your toddler will step on his tippy toes to reach, making him incredibly unstable and at risk of falling. If you need to reach two different heights it may be a better option for you to by two different step stools, one for each height.