Bath time is what I like to call a mini-tsunami in the making. When you have two to three young children bathing simultaneously, that’s just how it goes down. Who am I to deny them their splash time complete with bubbles, squirting toys and giggle fest?Â So, outside of a large stack of towels, how does one clean up this messy, but fun evening between siblings?
How about the Bug Pod by Boon?
It’s a great device that sticks on your wall with adhesive strips that do not damage your wall. You adhere the base of the device to your wall and then slide the scoop onto the base where it hangs as a holder for all of your toys.
The antenna of the ladybug serve as a shelf for your soap and bubble bath. You can Â remove and re-hang the pod as needed to scoop and dump toys for each bathing session.
The downside to this pod is the large holes and the ability to hold weight. If you have smaller toys, they tend to fall through the holes as you are scooping when cleaning up – if they had made the holes smaller it would still allow the water to drain but keep the toys in. Although the water would drain slower, so there’s that issue.
Additionally, if the toys are heavier, the pod becomes weighted down and may fall off of the wall after you add in the use of theÂ antennaeÂ shelf. Ours did over time. So consider what you are putting into and on top of the pod before purchasing and/or using it as your source of toy storage. You may consider a Bug Pod as well as a toy net in combination, which may serve you well.
How do you clean and store toys easily in the bath?