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Thursday, September 13, 2018

8 squeaky clean bath toys + how we clean them

I can't be the only mom who absolutely despises bath toys that have little holes in them for bacteria to collect and stuff. I am sharing my favorite bath toys that I can trust my babies won't find one day filled with that black gross stuff that can collect in those tiny little holes. Let's keep bath time fun but also clean!


These are so fun! They float and the little toy inside moves and spins around. 
My babes love them!

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A train boat set for the bath? Yes, please!

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These don't float which makes them fun because 
they sink and are so fascinating to my girls:

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Anything my toddler can build or suction cup to the side of the bath walls keeps her occupied for a while, it's even better when she can pour water into one end and watch it flow through the master piece she created!

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Foam letters: basically a bath time OG

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These are too cool:

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Stacking cups are fun to stack but also to see the water pour out of the small holes in each of them. Kids are fascinated by them and now my oldest thinks it's funny to "shower" her sister with them!

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Bobbers for the tub: 

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Last but not least, a place to store your toys. Personally I have gone through a few systems to come to this one. It's my favorite. I like that it has plenty of holes and stays in the tub because then any toys that may need to stand up right to empty all of the water out of, can do so in this caddy. I remove the blue parts and just keep it as open as possible. Super easy to clean and looks as "neat" as bath toys can in the tub. 

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HOW WE CLEAN OUR BATH TOYS
Depending on time I clean my babies bath toys a few different ways twice a month.

1. Run all of your toys to your dish washer.
2. Soak your toys in 1 cup white vinegar and fill with water until toys are submerged.
3. 50/50 Hydrogen peroxide to water mix

I like the second and third way best because you don't have to run all of them to the dishwasher and worry about the dish washer being completely empty, stuff like that.


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