How to make sure you’re keeping your tub from falling apart with these quick and easy tips.
Bathtub safety rails.
These rail systems are designed to prevent the tub from toppling over when a child pushes a bathtub.
A cast iron bath tub with rail rails.
The safety rails are a good idea, but they come at a price.
The rail system requires a lot of space and has a high cost.
They’re also more expensive to install than traditional rail systems.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends using a safety rail for children under 2 years old and up to 2.5 years old.
The rails are also designed to be easy to clean and can be easily installed.
The other side of the story: the tub can break down more quicklyThe good news: if you have a child over the age of two, the safety rails can be a great way to prevent children from pushing a bathtubs surface to the ground or toppling it over.
You’ll still need a bath for the next month, but it’s worth it to have a safe system in place for the first few months.
For a quick and effective solution, check out these tips for tub safety.