Baby bath seat – AIDAN WHITE

Baby bath seat

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Our bath seat can firmly hold the floating cushion to prevent drowning, made of skin-friendly material, honeycomb mesh fabric, styrofoam particles, our belt is very safe to use. The closed cell structure of the expanded polystyrene foam contains gas, which ensures high buoyancy.

Baby loves to have fun in his bath! A bath seat is convenient for washing it and allowing it to splash around in water, in complete safety.

Baby bath time? It's a real party! It's hard to get a toddler out of the tub when he likes water, he could spend hours there! Our bath seat is a good way to keep him seated in complete safety, without any risk of him slipping in the water, while washing but also to have fun and splash around with his toys.

The bath seat (or swim ring) settles in the family tub. As soon as your baby is seated on his own, and not before, the bath seat welcomes him and allows him to stay in the water in complete safety. The bath seat often takes over from the bath lounger, which is suitable for babies from birth to around 6 months. Bath seats can be used until the baby is around 18 months old. 

In order to ensure a very stable seat and a comfortable position for Baby, the bath seat is fixed to the bottom of the bathtub by a system of suction cups. It is equipped with a tab at the crotch which prevents Baby from slipping and going under the ring. When the bath is finished, the seat can be easily removed to store in a corner of the bathroom. The bath seats are usually made of plastic and dry automatically on their own. On the maintenance side, it's simple, just rinse it with water after each use to avoid the slightest mold.

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