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    Default Temporary Bathtub?


    We are about to rent a house which has two bathrooms that only have showers, not tubs. The shower area is "tub sized", but no tub. We have a toddler who loves his baths, are are trying to come up with a solution. The baby tubs are all way too small for him, and the adult sized inflatable tubs we've seen (that are used for people who are disabled to bathe them on their bed) are too large for the bathroom. Any ideas? It cannot be anything permenant as we are only renting short term.

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    Clean and Bleach the base well and get your self a stopper for the drain. You may not be able to get a lot of water in the base but better than nothing. Other than that you need a vessel big enough for the baby but small enough to fit in the shower base, but then you knew that.
    Last edited by Cass; 11-18-2005 at 08:37 AM.

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    You may have to go back to the old days in the West and use a galvanized water tub.

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