Best Baby Bath Tubs:
The most popular type of bathtub is the one with a sliding door. These are called shower baths because they allow you to wash up while showering or bathing. Shower baths have been around since ancient times.
They were originally used for washing clothes before going into the next room, but now they’re just another way to get clean!
Showers are great for babies, but there’s no reason why they can’t be used for other things too. For example, if your child gets sick frequently, showers could be a good alternative to baths. You don’t need to worry about them getting moldy or contaminated; all you have to do is change out the water every so often.
A shower bath might even make it easier for your child to go through diapers!
There are many different types of shower baths available. Some offer a wide variety of colors and designs, while others are very simple. There are also some that come with built-in features like heating elements or air filtration systems.
The main thing to keep in mind when choosing which shower bath to buy is how much space you’ll have to store it in (and whether or not you want any toys or other items inside).
No matter what you decide to do, you can take comfort in the fact that your baby is going to love bath time… especially if you have that bath time in a shower!
Types of Shower Baths:
If you’re thinking about buying a shower bath, there are a few different types available. The first one is pretty obvious: they’re the kind you simply shower in. These are great for people who don’t have time to go through the entire process of bathing or washing up, and they’re also good for older folks who aren’t as mobile (or as steady on their feet).
The second kind of shower bath is similar to the first, but it’s more like a cross between a shower and a bathtub. There’s a drain at the bottom which makes it easier to clean, but there isn’t any type of sprayer or anything like that.
The third kind is also a shower, but it has multiple heads which can rotate. This makes it much easier to get yourself clean, but it’s not quite as easy as the first kind. There’s no need to crouch down or get out of breath when rinsing shampoo out of your hair, for example!
The fourth kind looks a lot like a small bathtub, except it has no canopy and the drain is in the middle instead of at the bottom. It’s great for kids who can’t sit up by themselves because there’s no risk of them falling over the sides. The water also stays in the tub, so you don’t have to worry about it spilling onto the floor.
The fifth kind is probably the fanciest one available. It works like a shower, but it has multiple heads just like the third kind. These heads can be adjusted so that they can point in any direction you want.
It also has a heating system that keeps the water at just the right temperature, and it can even filter out dirt and other impurities!
Tips for Using a Shower Bath:
If you’re interested in buying a shower bath for your baby, you’ll be glad to know that they’re actually very easy to use. Unlike a traditional bathtub, there’s no need to spend half an hour lining the bottom with towels. You can get right to cleaning!
The most important thing to keep in mind is that you shouldn’t leave your baby unattended while they’re using the shower bath. This is for several reasons. First of all, it would be very easy for them to slip and fall if they move around too much (especially on floors that are wet).
Second of all, they could easily get their head stuck in the drain and not be able to free themselves. Third of all, they might slip away from you and end up in the shower part. While this would be a great way to rinse off shampoo, it would also be very easy for them to slip and fall if they’re not careful.
When filling up the shower bath, you should always wait until the water is a comfortable temperature before putting your baby in. If the water’s too hot, it could burn them or cause a rash. It would also be very painful!
As long as you stay around and keep an eye on things, you should be fine.
Having a shower bath in your home is a great convenience. Not only can you bathe your baby in it, but you can also use it for yourself if need be. It’s small enough that it doesn’t take up much space, but still has plenty of room for the one(s) using it.
Sources & references used in this article:
Structure of baby bathtub by MS Sheu – US Patent 4,974,267, 1990 – Google Patents
Baby Bucket by A Cerasani – US Patent App. 12/908,870, 2011 – Google Patents
Bookrest for bathtubs and the like by WE Harris-Jones – US Patent 2,006,169, 1935 – Google Patents
Non-slip floor surface for bathtubs and shower stalls by G Henry – US Patent 2,809,380, 1957 – Google Patents
Baby bath tub by RD Wise – US Patent 5,361,430, 1994 – Google Patents
Baby bath by EE Merrett – US Patent 2,465,909, 1949 – Google Patents
Patient handling device for bathtubs by JN Gross – US Patent 2,672,620, 1954 – Google Patents
Injuries associated with bathtubs and showers among children in the United States by SJ Mao, LB McKenzie, H Xiang, GA Smith – Pediatrics, 2009 – Am Acad Pediatrics
On empty bathtubs: a reply to Meehl by L Krantz, S Ludman-Exley – 2000 – Prentice Hall Press