Water saving at bath time
At bath time the tubs get rounded up (usually the washing emptied out) and placed in our bath. They are a really practical and easy bath solution. In each 40 litre tub we put 25 - 30 litres of water.
Having two tubs also provides a bit of extra fun. How about pumping water between them? Sharing bubbles? Or simply hoarding all the toys from your sibling!
Try reclining in the tub, feet on one side and head on the other. The joys of a flexible tub.
Great for the child that likes to sit and play and keep warm in a deeper bath. Or for a child that just won't sit down, standing holding the sides as they practice their new found skill.
Or the classic Eureka discovery.
On warm days I fill the baths and carry them outside to the deck for the kids to splash and play in. Now I'm dreaming of an outside warm tap!
Our kids have a great time in the tubs and it saves us loads of shower or big bath water.
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