Boon Building Pipes Bath Toys, 5-Piece
Last updated date: September 11, 2020
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This colorful set of bath pipes features waterwheels and holes for spraying water in every direction. You can use the pipes one at a time or create a chain across the shower wall for even more fun. Pipes suction cup to the side of your tub or shower for easy access. In our analysis of 13 expert reviews, the Boon Boon Building Pipes Bath Toys, 5-Piece placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Sorry about the plumbers crack. And you never thought leaky pipes could be fun. But our version makes bath time a scooping and pouring extravaganza. Pipes come in five shapes that can be used individually or put together to make a chain. They suction to the wall so the water goes back in the tub, not on the floor. Real plumbers, take note.
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An Overview On Bath Toys
Choosing bath toys for your children can feel like a big job. After all, the toys you give kids in the tub each night will impact how easy the nighttime routine turns out. Give children playthings they love and they will splash happily; choose lackluster toys, and they’re likely to fuss. No one needs to make bedtime any harder.
Fortunately, there are countless bath toys on the market, so there’s something for every little one’s preferences. Many of these toys even teach important concepts, like building, letters, numbers, colors, animals or even basic physics.
Choose toys that are free from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and BPA (bisphenol A) if you can. This is more important if your children are very young and still put things in their mouths. These chemicals exhibit toxic tendencies if they are present in large quantities or over a long period of time.
Check the age recommendations for a toy before you buy, both to be sure it’s safe for your child and to increase the likelihood they will love to play with it.
DWYM Fun Fact
Did you know that bath toys have been around for about 80 years already? Their popularity grew exponentially with the invention of the rubber duck in the 1940s.
Rempel, a company from Ohio, created a rubber duck that walked and was hollow. It was originally intended for use on land, but it made its way into bathrooms across America.
The rest, as they say, was history. Today, bath toys run the gamut from rubber ducks to waterwheels to ring toss games. There’s truly something for every kid to love.
The Bath Toy Buying Guide
- When selecting bath toys, read manufacturer instructions carefully to ensure the toys are used in the proper manner. This is an important step for safety.
- Carefully dry bath toys after each use, or allow them to air dry. This is an important step to prevent mold or mildew.
- Bath toys are often inexpensive compared to toys designed for use outside the tub, so it doesn’t hurt to give several types a try until you determine what your child likes best.
- Rotate bath toys in to your nightly routine to introduce new concepts and teach things kids haven’t yet learned. When the tub starts to feel too crowded, remove some toys that are getting less attention.