Attention all parents: Make sure to check your kids' bath toys for mould!

Attention all parents: Make sure to check your kids' bath toys for mould!

Rub-a-dub-dub beware of toys in the tub!

Bathroom mold toys

As parents, the top priority is always to make sure your kids are safe and cared for.

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No matter what the situation, parents should and would do almost anything to make sure nothing will harm their kids.

That's why, with the help of social media, it's also important to share any info, tips, and tricks that you might have picked up along the way.

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Here is a prime example: one mom recently shared photos of mouldy bath toys as a warning to other parents.

She had decided to cut one open and discovered the horrific amount of mould inside.

For those of you who saw the post I shared the other day of the little boy who accidentally squirted himself in the eye...

Posted by Morgan Knighton Rogers on Wednesday, 30 September 2020

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She also isn't the first parent to raise this alarm as she mentions that a small boy has even had a terrible eye-infection after squirting water from a toy into his eye.

Comments on how to prevent this include sealing holes with hot glue or cleaning them out with white vinegar.

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If you are scared of your kid's toys possibly becoming a health hazard, you can read more about cleaning toys here.

Some of these tips might be on the more expensive side.

At the end of the day, it might just be better to keep the toys out of the bath and keep our kiddies safe.

Main image courtesy of Morgan Rogers Facebook

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