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Provide Ultimate Comfort For Your Baby in a Tub Chair

Updated on August 1, 2010

It is essential to provide utmost care to your growing baby especially when bathing becomes an everyday affair. Holding a child becomes a tricky affair during the shower, as the baby is drenched in soap and water. This leads to the need to have a comfortable baby tub chair or even a bath chair for the baby.

For a newly born you can always choose between a baby bathtub and a baby seat. A bathtub is a great way to ensure a pleasurable shower for your child by providing the child enough space and comfort to move in it. Unlike the adult bathtub where a baby tends to get scared, a baby bathtub has limited space and hence can be fitted in the adult tub. More so it is portable so one can place it in the bathroom or even under the sun. A baby seat is more like a chair like bath seat essentially used to help the baby take a shower. Most baby seats have straps to offer protection to the child from falling out of it. Similar to the bathtub, it can also be moved from one place to the other.

There is no dearth of designs and styles available for the bathtubs and baby bath seats, however when buying one for your child the foremost aspect to consider is the comfort factor of the product. The material used should be of fine quality and the tub/seat should stand firmly on the ground, with balanced edges. Try not to buy a seat that is made of any slippery materials as when the baby is wet; it can be harmful to retain balance.

You can always check your options with several vendors to get the best quality product at genuine prices. Find more information at the Tub Chair Specialist.

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      qamarjhdfihytgr 

      7 years ago

      Yes! The TummyTub is absolutely safe. It has safety certifications from ASTM (USA), TUV (Germany) and BSI (England) - tested and approved. The TummyTub is permitted to carry the seal GS (Proven Safety). It has been designed so that the water creates the stability. Never leave baby unattended while bathing. You must always be there to give support & reassurance

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      belliott 

      8 years ago

      The chair shown in this hub looks like a safe tub chair for baby.

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