Bath Toys: When to Keep, When to Trash

August 12, 2013 | By Brent Almond | DESIGN STUFF, LESSONS LEARNED

Thanks to Netflix and Hulu, JJ has been watching bits of TNMT and Power Rangers, which induces lots of karate-chopping craziness, and which I do not love. So I convinced him we should scroll down the cool Netflix “By Character” menu, and JJ re-discovered one of his (and my) early favorites, RubbaDubbers.

Inspired by this welcome regression, your old(ish) pal Designer Daddy has whipped up this handy chart to help you cull that tidal wave of crap bath toys amassing in the tub.

Be sure and click on it to enjoy all its squeaky clean wonderfulness. And because teeny, tiny type.

bath toys when to keep, when to trash


Some of you may be thinking, “But what if I want to CLEAN the bath toys instead of just throwing them out?”

I have a couple of suggestions for you:
A) Ain’t nobody got time for that!
B) My pal over at The Daddy Doctrines did a post recently on cleaning nasty bath toys.

Happy scrubbing, everybubbly!

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6 responses to “Bath Toys: When to Keep, When to Trash”

  1. Beau says:

    Nice, I really like this, great job!

    • Brent Almond says:

      Thanks! I took way longer than I needed to on it ā€” so I hope it’s helpful. šŸ˜‰
      Thanks for stopping by! Visited your site ā€” will definitely be looking it up more often as my kiddo just started preschool.

  2. Tom says:

    So “check for normal function, and if it does anything unusual, throw it out!” To the point, and looks good.

  3. […] been just a few days since I added UBBAS to the growing family of bath toys. They’ve integrated nicely, but more importantly have already achieved their intended result. […]

  4. Lisa says:

    If you fill the water holes with super glue before they go in the tub you don’t have to worry about the nastys getting in!

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