After I finished testing dozens and dozens of bath products for Babble’s Best Bath Toys feature, I was left with one problem: Where to store the dozens and dozens of bath products?
Here are our 5 of the best ways to solve your bath toy storage dilemma:
1. Boon Pods (Frog Pod and Bug Pod)
Boon bath toys scored high points in our house, so it’s only natural that they’d made an ingenious bath storage solution. Just scoop up the toys, rinse them off and let the water drain out. (Target, $24.99)
2. Skip Hop Tubby Bath Toy Organizer
Yet this is the favorite in our tub. Skip Hop’s Tubby Bath Toy Organizer is made from quick-drying neoprene and mesh, and is completely machine washable. (Diapers.com, $20 in blue or orange) Plus, it’s the only thing that can hold our massive arsenal of bath toys.
3. Whale Pail Bath Toy Scoop
4. KidCo Bath Storage Basket
If you’re not a fan of stick-to-the-wall storage, this bath tray is perfect for keeping the little ones content without them needing to stand and reach into their bath toy storage container. (Amazon, $14.60)
5. Planter Tubs on Etsy
The Etsy shop Brody and Ma has an extensive variety of multi-sized tubs, which come in fun patterns (like the polka dot, above) or just a stylish galvanized tub. Although they don’t drain, they add a little vintage charm to your bathroom decor. (Etsy, $18)
See our picks for Best Bath Toys of 2011.
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