If you are in the market for baby bath tubs, you have a lot of choices. There are hard plastic tubs, inflatable tubs and foldable tubs. There’s a wide variety of designs to choose from. Although serious decision making is not required in buying a baby bath tub, it wouldn’t hurt to take into consideration some factors to make baby bath time fun and safe:
Go for thick plastic. Make sure that it won’t break from the weight of the water; factor in your baby’s weight as well.
Foldable baby bath tubs are highly convenient for storing. They are also easy to carry. On the other hand, non-foldable tubs can be a little sturdier and solid, although they take up space in terms of storing.
See to it that you are buying a tub that doesn’t have or could form rough edges. These can harm your baby’s delicate skin.
It’s a great idea to buy an infant-to-toddler tub. This could serve you quite longer as it can be adjusted to accommodate your growing baby. You may also look for tubs with plugs at the base that can make draining easy.
Baby bath tubs help make bath time easy for the parents and comfortable for the babies. As a parent, bathing an infant is a back-breaker without the aid of a tub safely holding the child in place. That’s a tough balancing act. Baby bath tubs definitely make it easier to handle a wiggling, soapy little creature.