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I read from a comment on a similar toy here on Slickdeals, about mold that grows inside these things. The next day I checked my daughter's bath toys and sure enough found there to be mold inside of each one. Maybe some vinegar or clorox mix would clean it, but yea. Kinda nasty because she loves to spray the water in her mouth haha, she's definitely sprayed that moldy water on my face before too smh.
1/3 cup of bleach and a gallon of water. Soak the toys and press the toys so the water gets in. Wait 6 minutes. Get all the water out, rinse throughly and air dry.


https://www.clorox.com/how-to/dis...stic-toys/

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same price at target, $35+ free ship
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I read from a comment on a similar toy here on Slickdeals, about mold that grows inside these things. The next day I checked my daughter's bath toys and sure enough found there to be mold inside of each one. Maybe some vinegar or clorox mix would clean it, but yea. Kinda nasty because she loves to spray the water in her mouth haha, she's definitely sprayed that moldy water on my face before too smh.
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I read from a comment on a similar toy here on Slickdeals, about mold that grows inside these things. The next day I checked my daughter's bath toys and sure enough found there to be mold inside of each one. Maybe some vinegar or clorox mix would clean it, but yea. Kinda nasty because she loves to spray the water in her mouth haha, she's definitely sprayed that moldy water on my face before too smh.

Same here. 2 ways to go about this: 1. Assume they are disposable and toss after maybe a month. 2. Take some super glue and seal up the hole(s), but this takes away from the squirting aspect.
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Same here. 2 ways to go about this: 1. Assume they are disposable and toss after maybe a month. 2. Take some super glue and seal up the hole(s), but this takes away from the squirting aspect.
I would also assume that making sure as much water as possible is squirted out from them when done with bath will preserve the life of them
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Same here. 2 ways to go about this: 1. Assume they are disposable and toss after maybe a month. 2. Take some super glue and seal up the hole(s), but this takes away from the squirting aspect.
E6000 glue works well. Done that with a lot of the kids toys similar to this. Few have broken through and tossed them over time.
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These get moldy. Be sure to clean em out with bleach once a week to avoid mold.
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I squirted the water out before putting them back in basket or shower cups. This will not eliminate mold formation but at least lessen it.
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1/3 cup of bleach and a gallon of water. Soak the toys and press the toys so the water gets in. Wait 6 minutes. Get all the water out, rinse throughly and air dry.


https://www.clorox.com/how-to/dis...stic-toys/

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I read from a comment on a similar toy here on Slickdeals, about mold that grows inside these things. The next day I checked my daughter's bath toys and sure enough found there to be mold inside of each one. Maybe some vinegar or clorox mix would clean it, but yea. Kinda nasty because she loves to spray the water in her mouth haha, she's definitely sprayed that moldy water on my face before too smh.
i was coming here to say the same. we threw all of our similar toys away after finding mold in them
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My kid loves to have me squirt the water into her mouth during bath time. One evening I saw a piece of mold trickle out of her mouth. Anyway... their stomachs and intestines are probably stronger than we think. Haven't had an incident of diarrhea due to the toy that I'm aware of. Been using household vinegar for the toys but the mold will come back.
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Can a 300-month-old baby buy thisCan a 300-month-old baby buy this?
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love the penguin but do with the rest?
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Can confirm that these get moldy. We threw away or previous set, but I'm in for another as a Christmas present for my infant. Will try to keep them clean, but fully expect to throw this away at some point due to mold
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