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The head is elevated keeping water out of baby's ears, and it won't break or pull apart like some sponge pads.

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Bulky

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Leachco Safer Bather Infant Bath Pad Safer Bather bath pad has all of the features every parent needs to assure baby's bath is as safe and pleasurable as can be. The head is elevated keeping water out of baby's ears, and it won't break or pull apart like some sponge pads. Soft polyester filling dries quickly with a sturdy hanger for convenient drip dry storage. Baby will appreciate not having to lay in a hard plastic tub. Safer Bather can be used to sponge bathe newborns or place directly into the full size tub when your infant is ready to make the transition. Just fill the tub and place Safer Bather directly in the tub. It is constructed of an open weave polyester fabric that is soft and porous, made just for the bath. The inner polyester batting conforms to baby's body creating a soft cushioned pad like no other. When fininshed, just shake out the pad and watch the water quickly escape. The fabric's special weave design actually speeds up water loss.

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  • Head is elevated keeping water out of baby's ears
  • Soft sides and deeply contoured to safely cradle baby while bathing
  • Sturdy hanger for convenient storage
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • My baby has either peed or pooed in it the three times we have used it which makes it a hassle to clean. Is anyone else having this problem?

    I've thrown this in the wash (hand washables) and dryer and haven't had any problems.

  • Will this work for holding a really tiny newborn, possible preemie in the sink?

    Great for that...you will love it for just putting the baby in it to sleep or carry....I promise this is much more than a bath tub!

  • Can two of these fit in a tub? Such as for twins to bathe separately yet at the same time (if that makes sense)?

    Yes there should be plenty of room.

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