By now, you’ve probably heard of the concept of a bathtub, and you’re probably thinking that you need to do your own bathtub for your newborn baby.
But you’d be wrong.
Here are six tips for making your own toddler bathtub.
Create the right size The first step is to determine how big your bathtub should be.
For this, you’ll need a measuring tape or ruler.
Take the measuring tape and measure the circumference of the tub.
(The bigger the better.)
Then measure how much space you need in the tub, dividing that space into a 10-inch x 10-foot square.
You can also take a sheet of tape and cut out your bath tub dimensions and measure from the top to the bottom.
For example, a 10.5-inch bathtub will measure roughly 9.5 feet.
The width of the bathtub itself is the same.
Create an appropriate size and shape The next step is figuring out how to fit the tub into the space you have.
The length of the bed will determine the size of the space, but the length of a towel can also help you determine how much room you have in the bath.
Lay a towel over the tub in the center of the width you need and mark the distance you want the towel to go.
You’ll need to cut the towel down to the width of your bath and trim it to fit in the space.
Decide how long you’ll want to use the towel This is the most difficult step.
Make a note of how long your tub should be and what size of towel you want to get.
For a bath tub, the longer the tub the longer you’ll be able to use it.
A bath towel that is too long will break in and will end up being a big mess.
Try to get a towel that’s longer than that to start with, and make sure it’s sturdy enough to handle the tub’s weight.
Choose the right sized towel You may want to try out different sizes of towels before settling on the one that fits your needs best.
If you’re unsure, ask a friend or a handyman to help you.
Use your towel to clean up Your tub will also serve as a bath mat for your baby and will serve as your bed for the night.
Create your own tub If you don’t have a bath, or you’re new to the idea of having a bath for your toddler, here are a few things to consider before you start.
A toddler bath can also be used as a bed.
A baby bath tub can be used for sleeping in or as a crib for infants.
There are also many uses for a bath or bath mat.