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Moby Bath Kneeler
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Washing your little one over the side of the tub has never been easier (or less painful!) with the whale-shaped Moby Bath Kneeler. With its non-slip backing and ultra-cushiony padding to lean on, your knees will thank you later.
Why it's a giggle pick We love that this practical bath time accessory comes in such a super cute shape!See Full Details
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the giggle criteria: We've narrowed down the choices by picking only the best products out there. In other words: if we sell it, we love it, and we think you will, too! Each year, we talk to tons of parents to find out what's most important to them when it comes to baby and kids products. The result? Every product we offer goes through a rigorous selection process and must meet at least three of the following criteria to be included in our assortment:
MaterialWuick-dry neoprene; BPA and phthalate-free; PU foam, PVC backing
Dimensions17" W x 11" H
Age1 -3 Years
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MadmaxFu Happy with purchase! We have a deep claw foot tub so giving our baby a bath is killer on the back and/or knees. I finally decided to give in and buy a kneeling pad and thought why not get a cute one? So happy I did. This pad is just as cute in person as it is online and it works! The cushion is quite thick and absorbs weight well. Bath time is much more enjoyable for mommy...yay! Also, love that you can hang it on the door knob for easy storage and access. March 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by leighb Knee saver! This has a nice thick cushion and makes bath time last longer since it saves our knees. I love that it is cute enough to leave out in the bathroom. I appreciate that I can hang this on a doorknob so its out of the way but gives us easy access. Great product overall! March 19, 2012
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Q:Does the PU foam contain any chemicals (in particular, flame retardants)?
Do the adhesives contain any formaldehyde? Are the adhesives water-based?
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