The basics are all in place to keep your kids comfortable and happy in a relaxing, comfortable and fun environment, says The Sport Book of Bathroom Accessories.
The basics, you say?
Well, there’s no need to waste a lot of money on a new tub, because the bathtub you buy can be used to soak up water from the toilet or shower and rinse it off.
If you need to dry your clothes, wash them, and then dry them again, a washable towel can help.
There are many options for a bathtub, but the most important thing to remember is that it’s all about comfort and convenience.
“There’s no right or wrong way to buy a bath tub,” says Liz Calkins, a personal care products expert and the author of The Bathtub Book of Accessories.
“We’re all just trying to be as affordable as we can, so we all love the same thing.”
For a tub to really be comfortable and convenient, you want it to be sturdy, lightweight and durable.
For the best bang for your buck, consider a tub made of glass or aluminum.
It’s more like an open-air room in a bathroom.”