Bath Toys For Kids

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#1

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based on 33280 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: ‎6.8 x 6.8 x 5.6 inches

Batteries Required: ‎No

Item Weight: ‎6.7 ounces

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#2

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9.6

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#3

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based on 23226 reviews

8.6

Product Dimensions: 1.14 x 3.23 x 3.7 inches

Item Weight: 10.6 ounces

Manufacturer: CozyBomB

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

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#4

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based on 13831 reviews

9.6

Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.6 x 6.3 inches

Item Weight: 1 pounds

Manufacturer: Green Toys

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#5

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based on 13578 reviews

8.8

Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 2.05 x 2.76 inches

Item Weight: 7.1 ounces

Manufacturer: Boon

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#6

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based on 8617 reviews

9.4

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#7

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based on 8332 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: ‎4.5 x 3 x 3.75 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Material: Type ‎Plastic

Batteries Required: ‎No

Item Weight: ‎1.92 ounces

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#8

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based on 7610 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 1 inches

Item Weight: 9.6 ounces

Manufacturer: Comfylife

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Batteries Required: No

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#9

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based on 7605 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 10 x 7.99 x 2.6 inches

Item Weight: 7.8 ounces

Manufacturer: KarberDark

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

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9.0

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Buyer's Guide: Bath Toys For Kids

Buyers Guide: Bath Toys For Kids


Your mission when bath time rolls around is to get your child clean from head to toe. Bathing a kid is not a tedious chore. Some kids are challenging to wash. You will need a selection of bath toys to make your kid like bath time. A fun experience is key!

Two things you should remember before you begin browsing. No matter what bath toys you choose, you will need to clean them regularly. Because they live in a warm, wet environment, they are susceptible to mold and other forms of bacteria. Second, a bath toy is not an excuse to let your child go unattended. Don't take your eyes off your kid in the bath; accidents can happen, especially if they are only one to 3-year olds. Bath toys can be distracting, but they don't keep kids safe. 

Tips For Choosing the Right Bath Toys


Seek Age-Appropriate Bath Toys


According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, bath toys don't need to be used by infants younger than two years old. The water is enough fun. However, toys are great for bathtime once your baby is old enough to use the tub. To ensure your kid is comfortable with bath toys, make sure you check the manufacturer's guidelines.

Search For Sensory Bath Toys


Your child will have more fun in the tub the more toys you give them. Toys that keep toddlers entertained (and happy!) will be a great way to keep them busy. While keeping them clean and tidy, bath toys will keep the toddlers entertained. In addition, sensory bath toys promote healthy development, learning, and critical motor skills. When choosing bath toys for children, look out for stack-and-drain cups or light-up bath toys. These are examples of sensory bath toys.

Get Easy to Clean Bath Toys


It is important to air dry bath toys between uses to prevent mold and mildew. It will also help if you opt to clean your bath toys often. Soap scum and grime build up over time. You can make your life easier by purchasing bath toys that can be washed and dried quickly. Avoid bath toys that have a hole in their middle. They can be challenging to clean and are more prone to breeding mold.

Here's How to Keep Bath Toys Clean


Wash With Bleach


If you are looking for a way to clean your bath toys, diluted bleach is the best place to start. A 1 part bleach and ten parts water ratio is enough to disinfect bath toys properly. When cleaning bath toys, ensure that the bleach solution reaches all areas where water has entered. To avoid your child getting the bleach solution in his next bath, drain any toys that have become plugged. Make sure to rinse off any bleach residue after cleaning, then allow the toy to dry completely.

Wash With Vinegar


Bleach can be irritating to your eyes and nose. It can also cause color and pattern changes. So if you're not a fan of bleach, vinegar is an alternative. However, it would be best if you use it at its full strength. The ratio must be equal parts of vinegar and water as vinegar is not as strong as bleach. Soak the bath toys in the solution for 3-5 hours for full effect. 

Use the Dishwasher 


We get it! You may be searching for an easier and quicker solution to the bath toy problem. Simply place your bath toys on the top rack of the dishwasher and then run the dishwasher on a hot cycle. Clean toys, done! Before using this method, we recommend that you consult the manufacturer's instructions as some bath toys may not be compatible with the dishwasher.

Boil in Hot Water 


You can also boil your bath toys in large quantities of water to remove mold. This method works well for both hard plastic toys and foam letters, numbers. Bring water to boil and then add toys with a pair of kitchen spoons. Allow the toys to soak in the boiling water for about a minute, then remove them carefully and dry with a towel. If you are unsure how to clean bath toys, this is the best method.

Use Disinfectant Wipes


To prevent mold growth, wipe down bath toys with disinfectant wipes. Experts say that as long as there is no water in the toys, it should be possible to wipe them down after a bath; but forget to allow them to dry completely between baths.

Key Points:



  • Don't make bath toys an excuse to leave your child unattended in the bath.

  • Get the right bath toys.

  • Have a good bath toy-cleaning routine. 

  • Make bath times a pleasant experience for your kid!


 
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