Published at Monday, September 23rd 2019, 21:18:28 PM. Bath & Potty. By Kesare Sanz.
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.
Some baby bathtubs are designed to sit over single sinks, while others are designed to sit over double sinks. There are even customizable baby bathtubs that can fit over both. If the bathtub is too big for your sink, you will have to make room on a flat surface to wash your baby. Remember, a baby bathtub filled with water can be heavy to carry, so it is often best to set it up close to a water source.
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.
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.