Get rid of that old shower door that has all that gunk in the track! Don’t you hate when you are giving the kids a bath you can’t get comfortable because that hard slider is in the way. Trying to clean that slider is one of my least favorite things to do in the bathroom. I was so happy when the kids got older and started taking baths/showers on their own because my elbows and chest hurt every time after giving them a bath due to that metal slider on the bathtub.
Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology takes all that misery away! You can now experience a kinder, gentler track. This door slides effortlessly across the overhead track with roller-balls. Who wouldn’t want that! This bath door features a cushioned threshold, making it easier to get in and out of the bath. It has handles on the inside of both panels-assists with opening of doors) from inside the bath. ComforTrack allows you to kneel, sit or lean on the threshold without any discomfort.. This makes it easy to bathe a child or clean the bathing space. Plus it is easy to clean, and anodized aluminum hardware prevents rusting and corrosion.
Make Bath Time Special:
Bath time for kids should be fun! So make sure your baby or young child have various bath time toys. For older kids have those foam letters so they can practice spelling (only a mom would think like that).
Choose a time when you have plenty of time to spend with your child and are not in a rush. Ours was at night-time and it always relaxed everyone, including myself. I always sprayed their bedding with lavender too.
Make washing hair as pleasant as possible and always use a baby shampoo or liquid. This was always a fight with my kids but we had to make it a game.
After the bath make sure they are dry thoroughly, taking care to dry the crease in their skin. Then massage baby oil of sometime kind. I always had some kind of baby lotion.
Please check out Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology to make bath time enjoyable for YOU and the kids!
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