Summer Infant Comfy Bath Sponge

Summer Infant Comfy Bath Sponge

  • Slip-resistant material fοr safe bathing
  • Foam cushion саn bе used іn sinks, baby bath tubs, аnԁ adult tubs
  • Qυісk drying foam allows fοr qυісk сƖеаn up
  • Contoured shape, cushioned edges, аnԁ a slight incline support baby’s head, neck, аnԁ back

Thе Comfy Bath Sponge provides comfort аnԁ security fοr baby аt bath time. Thе contoured foam cushion supports baby’s head, neck, аnԁ back fοr a better bathing experience fοr baby аnԁ parent.

List Price: $ 7.99

Price: $ 4.31

3 thoughts on “Summer Infant Comfy Bath Sponge

  1. 65 of 67 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Newborn Must Have!, July 11, 2010
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    Jenna G

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    I received a premium infant “spa” bath as a gift which built-in a cot-like attachment for the newborn period. But, I still seemed to always have to use 1 hand to hold the head while bathing and because my baby’s body was only half submerged I felt he was cold despite the warm water. I looked into some other brands and nothing seemed too impressive, my Mom told me about these sponge cut-outs she used with us as babies. I found this brand and chose to try it out and it is the PERFECT solution! It craddles the baby and keeps his head in house and out of the water PLUS the sponge absorbes the warm bath water to keep his body warm while I bathe him, it turned bathime from a chore into one of his favorite activities! I use this in the infant tub, but could easily be used in a sink (my bathroom sink is too shallow otherwise this would be my preferred method) or placed in the bathtub. Not only is it an inexpesnive substitute for buying an infant tub but I would really reccomend this over one.

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  2. 52 of 57 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Of all the newborn gear I bought, this was the BEST buy, July 8, 2012
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    This assess is from: Summer Infant Comfy Bath Sponge (Baby Product)
    When I was expecting my first baby I did quite a bit of research about gear– I only wanted the absolute necessary items so that everything would fit in our very tiny apartment. The Summer Infant Comfy Bath Sponge has been the most useful item we bought (tied with the crib and stroller, I guess). I like that:

    - When my baby was really small, I would fit it in the sink and bathe him lying down… much safer than using the tub. The plastic tubs and the slings on a frame wouldn’t fit in the sink.
    - It helps keep the slippery baby in house, and provides nice padding– but leaves me elbow room. Tubs loose here too.
    - Since the sponge gets lodged with water, baby doesn’t get cold. And it doesn’t float, so it stays in house.
    - As the baby gets older, and starts moving more it keeps his head safely out of the water but his feet in everywhere he can splash around.
    - You can wring out most of the water in 10 seconds flat, hang it to dry over the curtain rod and by the next morning its dry.
    - When we travel, I fold the sponge up and it fits in a 1 qt. ziploc bag!
    - I’ve been using it daily for 9 months and no smell, mold, rips…

    All of that for 7 bucks— in my book that means 5 awesome stars and plenty of recommendations to every new mom to be.

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  3. 34 of 39 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Baby Bath, August 30, 2009
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    This is so much more cost effective and simple than a stupid plastic baby bath. I have been using this sponge in the bath tub since my baby was ancient enough to have a bath. She is a year now, and still uses it.

    Some moms are afriad to place their small baby in the huge tub. No need! Baby will stay right in house on the sponge. At first, just fill the tub up to the level of the sponge. This will give you enough water to clean the baby, but not so muh that it scares you.

    I wring this product out every night after bathtime. I was worried that it would tear, but it hasn’t yet. It hasn’t lost any of it’s shape at all. It’s just like it was when I could it very nearly a year ago.

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