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    Default Bath Toys - How do you clean them?

    Does anyone have any good cleaning tips for bath toys? And how often do you clean them?

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    Oooh, I was wondering the same thing the other day! Sub

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    Once a week or so I just chuck them all in the sink and wash them like I did with dishes. Then I just rinse them out every other night when I have a shower and put them in a basket with a towel at the bottom next to the bath...

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    I don't

    When I buy bath toys I use the hot glue gun to seal the hole at the bottom so water doesn't get in there, then after every use they get hang up in a mess bag in the bathroom so any excess water runs off

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    I don't

    When I buy bath toys I use the hot glue gun to seal the hole at the bottom so water doesn't get in there, then after every use they get hang up in a mess bag in the bathroom so any excess water runs off
    Omg smartest thing I ever heard!!!!

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    I use demestos once a week to clean mine. My boys love squirting with the toys so I need to get the water inside and put them in a bucket for an hour. Then rinse in hit water.

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    Mine go through the dishwasher about once a week

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    I read somewhere warm water and white vinegar in a bucket soak and rinse after a while. Make sure to squeeze water/vinegar in the toys then clean water as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    I read somewhere warm water and white vinegar in a bucket soak and rinse after a while. Make sure to squeeze water/vinegar in the toys then clean water as well
    This is what I do

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    You're supposed to clean them??

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