Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 07:35:44 AM. Bath & Potty. By Gaba Kucera.
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.
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.
Most stand-alone potties and seat reducers also come with handles, which can help your child feel more secure. They give kids something to hold on to, which helps them push. With seat reducers, handles provide an easy way to pick up the seat and put it away or hang it for storage. If you‵re still not sure what your child will prefer, choose a multitasking potty that can perform various roles and save space. Many stand-alone potties have removable seats that can be used as a seat reducer and closed lids that can double as stools.
If you choose a stand-alone potty, you‵ll have more dirty work to do. Check the box´s exterior or online product reviews to see how many steps are required to empty and clean the pot. Some are a simple one- or two-step process; others require that you disassemble half the potty every single time.