The water in a bath tub is a precious commodity.
With an average of 6.4 liters of water, a bath has a great chance of providing an optimum sleep for a baby, especially if he or she has a crib or other baby-friendly bedding.
But with the introduction of new, non-permeable materials like the new PVC bathtub design, the chances of that becoming the case are increasingly slim.
A recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests that only 3% of new baby bathtubes and tubs meet the AAP’s requirements.
The new design was released in the U.S. in March.
While the AAP recommended that baby-oriented products be avoided altogether, they also suggested that manufacturers should use materials like polyethylene or polystyrene to protect against the development of water-borne infections.
Polyethylene has been around for more than two decades.
It has been used for baby shower curtains and shower head covers, and is used in many other products.
The material is very durable, and it can be manufactured in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, making it a versatile product.
Polystyrene is similar to polyethylenimide, but is made from nylon or polypropylene instead of polystyrocellulose, a plastic polymer.
It is often used in baby products, including bathtanks, bath mats, and baby beds.
The AAP recommends that these types of materials should not be used in bathtoys because they are prone to bacteria and mold growth and may not last as long as polyethylenes.
In a recent survey, the AAP found that a majority of parents surveyed thought the plastic bathtub is not suitable for babies under 1 year old, and that there is no need to buy new ones.
The survey also found that most parents are concerned that there will be too much water in the tub, especially with the new design.
The most common reason given for buying a new bathtub was that it was too big for a newborn baby.
Another reason was that the product did not have a seal to prevent water contamination, and was “not a good choice for use in baby rooms.”
According to the AAP, only 2% of the new bathtoy bathtub designs meet the requirements for a new product that is recommended by the AAP.
For most of the other bathtoworkers surveyed, the most common concerns were about water absorption and odor.
The most common problems are listed as:Water absorption: There are no seal between the plastic and the baby’s skin, which makes water runoff into the baby.
A smell that makes the baby feel sick: The product has a tendency to leave a “tasting” taste in the baby, making them feel ill.
Mold growth: The tub is not well-suited for babies younger than 6 months, and the material does not offer enough protection against mold growth, which can be harmful for babies and infants.
This article originally appeared on Newser: Bathtoy Baby Bathtub Design May be Worth More Than You Think