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Baby Proof Your Bathrooms! Safety Must-Haves

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Bath time is certainly one of the best ways to bond with your baby. But, keeping your little one safe from potential bathroom accidents is as crucial. Watch out for our picks of bath time products that will give you your peace of mind.

Safety is always the first priority for parents when it comes to their kids. Bathroom poses an unsafe area in the entire house – right from the sink and the bathtub to the toilet. But, with a little bit of effort and planning, you can make your bathroom as safe as the rest of your home.

Bath time is a fun and special time for both you and your kids. To make it a fun time and danger-free, we have searched for the easiest to install and clean, highest-rated, most sensible bathroom safety products on the market and listed them here:

Anti-slip Bath Mats: Tiled bathroom floors are always slippery, especially when wet. A bathroom mat can go a long way in preventing a fall and bruise. Therefore, to prevent slips, put a rubber bath mat on the floor of the shower or bath area.

This bath mat from Topsky is a non slip-mat and can be used from infant to toddler age.  It is nice and bright and colorful with fun animals on it. It is durable and is made of a nice thick material with suction at the bottom, that stays in place; preventing any slips.

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Baby Bath Seats: When your baby is able to sit up, you can start using a bath seat. A bath seat will give your baby extra support. Bath seats are usually made of plastic and have suction cups on the bottom to secure the seat to the slippery shower or bath floor. While bath seats can give your baby extra support, they should never be left unattended.

This bath tub from Sunbaby is highly recommended by moms. Non slip surface, anti slip armrest, water level indicator – all these features makes this to be an ideal choice for your little one. This is fit for 0 months to 2 years old.

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Tap Cover: It’s a good idea to put a cover over the bath taps. This will protect little heads from bumps and it will also discourage your curious baby from playing with the taps.

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This tap cover from Safe baby prevents nasty bumps during bath time. Adjustable fins fits into most spouts. BPA free, phthalate free and PVC free, your baby would be delighted to play with the whale-shaped tap cover.

Bath Thermometer: A floating thermometer can help you judge whether your baby’s bath is at the right temperature, as hot water temperature may result in burns. Fill the baby bath tub and check the temperature before starting your baby’s bath. There are some models available that can change color, adding that extra joy to your baby bath.

This toy-cum-bathing water thermometer can make your baby’s bath time a fun time indeed.

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Comfy Sponge: This bath sponge is slip-resistant material safe for bathing, well cushioned and inclined to support baby’s delicate skin.

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Baby Shower Hats: Make the shampoo sessions for your baby more fun and enjoyable with these colorful, adjustable bath hats. Made with soft material, it is available for 0-6 years kids.

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Chemical-free Baby Wash: There are many products in the market today that claim to be chemical-free. But, making the right choice becomes very difficult, when every brand claims to be the best among the rest.

This baby wash from Mamaearth is free from toxins and enriched with goodness of coconut based cleansers and Vitamin E to nourish your little one’s skin.

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Set everything you’ll need within arm’s reach — soap, washcloth, towel, diaper, change of clothes — before you start bathing your little one, so that you can keep one hand on your baby at all times. With a little bit of planning and stocking up the bathroom with these safety essentials, you can protect your kids from bathroom hazards.

Do write in the bathroom essentials which you think can make bathrooms a safer place for kids.

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