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Welcome back to gear Daddy. I am your host Daddy Troy. This whole week on DadLabs is sponsored by One Step Ahead. Your best online source for baby gear. This week I am reviewing the bath safety rail by KidCo and I am given right away so, stick around at the end of the episode and I will tell you how to get one.
Getting in and out of the tub can be a slightly dangerous time for a kid. The floor might be slippery and of course, the bath tub is slippery. Well in step the bath safety rail by KidCo, it allows of both parents and kids to feel a little more safe when a kid is getting in and out of the tub. Because not only allows us sense of safety and it also allows the kid to have a sense of “I can do it myself. I can get out of the tub without having to have mom or dad actually physically hold me as I get out of the tub.”
Here is how it works. You notice it has three suction caps, two for the side of the tub and one for the top of the tub. You slip put it on set it straws the tub. Then you press down and lock the suction caps, and walla! You have a sturdy way for the kid to get in and out of the bath tub.
Now, it does not have to necessarily be mounted right here. You can also mount it on the backside of the tub and give a kid a way to stand up and sit down while he or she is in the tub. I am giving one of this away today. So, leave a comment on dadlabs.com episode 308 and we are not just going to choose randomly this time.
This time we want a really good comment from you and here is what we want. The top five things in your house that were intended to be bath toys but ended up as bath toys. The person that sends us most outrageous one, the most creative one, they will get one this bath safety rails by KidCo. We will see you next time on Gear Daddy at dadlabs.com.