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12-Pack Bruin Bath Fun Toys EXPIRED

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Amazon has 12-Pack Bruin Bath Fun Toys for $4.45. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • 12 piece set that offers double the play!
  • 6 cute sea animal friends
  • 6 nexting cups
  • Easy for little hands to grasp and maneuver
  • Ages 6 months to 3 years

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For those interested, this was selling for $10.39 yesterday and is now the lowest price posted from Amazon. Shipping is free w/ prime.

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  • 12 piece set that offers double the play!
  • 6 cute sea animal friends
  • 6 nexting cups
  • Easy for little hands to grasp and maneuver
  • Ages 6 months to 3 years
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Be sure to check any water squirty toys for black water/mold before using them again. It's nearly impossible to get all the water out, if you even remember to empty them, and you might be surprised when you squeeze out dark disgustingness a few days later.

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Thanks OP! Ordered one. I may share it with the baby too Smilie
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Be sure to check any water squirty toys for black water/mold before using them again. It's nearly impossible to get all the water out, if you even remember to empty them, and you might be surprised when you squeeze out dark disgustingness a few days later.
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Quote from bsdc :
Be sure to check any water squirty toys for black water/mold before using them again. It's nearly impossible to get all the water out, if you even remember to empty them, and you might be surprised when you squeeze out dark disgustingness a few days later.
At times I wish they make a big hole instead for easy cleaning or at least easily dumping out the water.

I did cut a big hole in one of the duck, it didn't work so well after. It got super dirty and we gonna throw it out anyway, so I cut a hole in the bottom. After the "modified" the duck is more "swim" than "float".

I think the old one they had a giant plug in the bottom right?
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Yeah this type of bath toy is pretty gross. Stick with the cleanable toys.

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At times I wish they make a big hole instead for easy cleaning or at least easily dumping out the water.

I did cut a big hole in one of the duck, it didn't work so well after. It got super dirty and we gonna throw it out anyway, so I cut a hole in the bottom. After the "modified" the duck is more "swim" than "float".

I think the old one they had a giant plug in the bottom right?
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close hole using hot gun, water will not get in
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I use soldering tip to melt and close the hole. Even if you dry well it will get moldy just like your bathtub caulking.
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I should use toys in the tub. I usually end up just playing with myself. Wait, no!
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wish i have a baby to own this lol...
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my cousin bought my kids these solid silicone alien bug like toys that has a bunch of suction cups on them and they have a blast with them sticking it to the tub and walls. I have piece of mind that no mold will grow on them, try something like that rather than these
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deal's dead
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