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Munchkin Squirtin Bath Toy, Barnyard Friends

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Description

  • Includes 8 different water-squirting, floating barnyard animal friends
  • Fun way to teach animal names and sounds in the bath
  • Great for underwater bubbles and bath games

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Despite my best efforts, these bath squirt toys eventually get mold ...I purchased the Munchkin Squirtin Bath Toy Barn Buddies for my 18 month old when I decided it was time to replace all of his bath toys. Despite my best efforts, these bath squirt toys eventually get mold inside them so just keep that in mind. The first time around I purchased him all bath squirt toys and now looking back that was a terrible idea, this time I'm only getting him this set of 4 along with other different types of bath toys that are much easier to keep clean.These are adorable and arrived exactly as pictured in the Amazon listing. I chose farm animals since my son knows the sound each one makes, so we can play and learn a bit. I would recommend these. I previously also had purchased the Munchkin Ocean Squirts Bath Toy 8 pack and aside from eventually growing mold inside them, they did otherwise hold up. I'm giving 5 stars because the items arrived and performed as I would expect from the Amazon listing, I've chosen not to deduct points for the mold issue because that is a well know issue for all bath squirt toys and is not in any way unique to this product or brand. 5Beyond disgusting especially when your baby is sucking on the toyThese toys are so gross . I've had them for just about two months and always take care of them and make sure there's no water in them and I saw mold in the tub tonight and cut one of the toys open and the entire inside was covered in mold!!!!!! Beyond disgusting especially when your baby is sucking on the toy! Would not recommend 1Great tub toys! Baby loves them!We bought these tub toys to make bathtime a little bit more fun for my almost one-year-old, and are very pleased with the purchase! The rubber is the right kind of rubber for chewing, and we really like the variety of creature that come in this set. They are not just nameless animals either -- it's a catfish, a mallard, an otter, and other unique animals that we can use in play to go more descriptive than just "duck" or "fish." The colors are bright, and my baby loves her "tub friends", making bathtime more fun and less of a chore than it used to be!There are two downsides to note -- first, our swan came defective and won't squirt water. We tried to puncture the hole so it would work, and it didn't -- so it's essentially just a floaty toy now. Secondly, you have to make sure to fully empty the toys for storing, or they can start to grow mold or mildew. I have no problem taking care of them as part of tub time clean up (although my husband tends to forget.)Overall, we're really happy with this product. I'd definitely purchase again! 5Interior mold farm. Terrible design.I do not always leave reviews, but in this case it seems important since there is a legitimate safety issue with this product. As other reviewers have said, these toys grew black mold inside of them. We tried to never put them away wet, always squeezing them out after baths, but unfortunately it is IMPOSSIBLE to squeeze them out completely and they were filled with nasty mold after about 2 months.Even worse, the toys are not terribly transparent (some of them not at all) so you will not even know immediately that they are moldy. Until the mold grows to the point where you can clearly see because the toys which were more translucent have clouded you will not even be aware of it.Since the whole idea is to use them to squirt water or for our baby to handle and chew (which involves squeezing water out of them) this is almost sure to lead to your child ingesting mold spores. I strongly do not recommend this product. 1Great at first!My twins absolutely loved these until the very end when I was forced to throw them away. Like any squirt bath toy they grew mold inside. My husband and I would faithfully squeeze all the water out that we could at the end of every bath and still to no avail, these favorites of my kiddos grew nasty mold inside. Everytime you would squeeze them and chunks would come out *barf*! I have heard that if you put hot glue on the holes it can prevent that, but honestly if any kids are like mine, they chew and suck on those toys the whole bath so I doubt the hot glue would stay, it would probably end up in their bellies. 3Loved by Grandson and Mold under controlI gave my 1 year old grandson a set of these. He loves the crab the most. He was 12 months during the summer and each of these fit into his tiny hands. We have a Zero Depth Spash Park nearby and that was his first intro to water parks. It's not a huge place as it is made for the little ones.I grab a beach pail, threw these guys in and a few other beach type toys, and we were off to the Splash Park. SInce my grandson is 12 months, the children were asking if they could play with him (to get to the toys, lol) and my grandson isn't lingual yet and his response was he just looked at them. LOL. It was kinda funny. Just as I was about to explain how to share the toys, one boy asked him, can we ask your Mommy if we can play with your toys. LOL. I said yes and a safe, free-for-all took place. I told everyone who took a toy to keep playing near us and when they have to leave to please return them to us. My grandson kept the crap. He loves that thing and how it's eyes pop out (can't be chewed).After the little toys were passed out, there was an instant increase in the noise levels of giggles and laughing. All the children had so much fun. They also returned the toys when they were leaving (some parents returned the toys instead, lol).My grandson needs that kind of interaction with children and we can tell he was having a blast, too. by the end of the summer, He didn't know the word sharing but he had no trouble with kids running over and grabbing the toys before I told them the rules. All toys made it home by the end of the summer, too.The secret to the black mold: Take apple cider vinegar and test one of the squirts that the paint (looks like paint, but my grandson doesn't put these in his mouth) and fill it with some apple cider vinegar and shake it around. Repeat, but don't squirt it all out. If you already have mold, the children's health is more important. Through them out and for a few dollars, buy knew ones and keep on top of the cleaning. You can keep the cider vinegar in the garage if that's where all you swim gear gets dumped out when you come home and just take care of it right away. I hope this helps!If that apple cider vinegar affects the paint, cut it in half with water (1 cup water + 1 cup apple cider vinegar). That should give you enough to clean the inside. 5Cute, just be proactive in replacing themSeeing so many negative comments around these toys and mold, I feel that I should share my thoughts on mold and squirt toys. The only way to not have mold is to get bath toys with no holes at all so basically you end up with a simple bobbing toy. All squirt toys need holes to well, squirt. Even with the best imtention to remove as much water as possible, there will be mold and the only difference in each of our experiences with these toys are how fast or how long it takes for mold to stake its claim. Remember, mold spores are everywhere and pervasive and moisture and even soap can provide good for them to grow. The only factors affecting how fast you get mold is the size of the squirt holes, drying environment/ ventilation ( bathrooms tend to have higher humidity on a day's average) and how the toy is used ( squirting vs simply wetting and standing in shower, constant chewing,etc) and how much you can actually squeeze out.My daughter now takes these toys in the shower simply to have them "talk" to one another. A yr ago, she would dunk them in the tub and actually squirt them. This is my 3rd set since she could Sit up in the tub and I saw varying life on each set. Each set I had came from different brands and had varying hole sizes. What I like about this set is one, it is cute. Two, the holes are all located in their beaks/mouths unlike some rubber duckies which have holes on the bottoms which are in contact with water at all times (ducks tend to be bottom heavy). These barnyard animals do not all float on their faces and avoid the constant submersion. The holes are really small and works to my benefit as my daughter doesn't actually use them to squirt.For the price, I would change them out every 6 months Or longer depending on the 1st signs of mold. You can actually see the mold as "shadows" around the crevices inside, e.g. Darkened ear, etc.And let's be fair here, even the pricey teething toy, Sophie the giraffe, gets mold! If your child doesn't put these in her mouth or squirt them and you are buying them simply because they are cute, try glueing the holes and this way, you get a cute bobbing toy and avoid the mold issues. 5These are adorable, but they quickly get moldy on the insideThese are adorable, but they quickly get moldy on the inside. I didn't realize this until one of them squirted out black flakes. SO upsetting, especially as my son had been sucking on them. This is also after I would squeeze them out every night and I recently filled each one up with hot bleach water and let them soak overnight. Do not buy! 1Smell of mold right out of the box, paint comes off immediatelyThese are super cute, but thats about it. I bought them to use in the pool with my baby. I docked stars for 2 reasons. Fist, after having them open for 3 hours of gentle play, before putting them in water at all, i noticed the sheep had paint missing, meaning my 8 month old chewed it off. The second star is gone because my son was squeezing the air out of the toys in my babys face and then finally squeezed air in my face and it stank horribly! Not the smell of plastic, but more of stale rotten grossness or like when someone is really sick smell. This was over an hour ago and i sill taste and smell it. I was grossed out that my kids were breathing this. I immediately doomed these to be outside only toys, and they will not be played with unless chlorinated water is present, whereas i wil promptly toss them as soon as swim season is over, instead of only using 2 this summer and using the rest as dry play toys until next year as previously planned. I feel like mold-or something worse, is already present and they haven't even touched water or been open of 24 hours. I would not purchase these if you were wanting a bath toy as kids have a tendancy to squirt water in their mouths. The squirt hole is very small and i doubt water left in them will dry out at all, thus leading to mold.For the sole purpose of using them for 2 months in chloranated water, i think they will suffice for my needs, but they will prematurely end up in the trash.Im goiing to go boil them in a pot of water and hopefilly that will at least disinfect them. I wouldnt buy for a baby with no immune system and is vunerable to everything.Made in China! 1Grows mold. But my toddler LOVES themMy daughter is a year and a half old. She has loved these bath toys so much, in and out of the bathtub. Ever since she started teething she loved to chew on these. They have been a favorite toy. But I noticed that some of the toys started to look like they had dark spots on the inside. I was concerned about mold, especially because she chews on them and takes a bath with them. I tried every household trick that I could to kill the mold, I even broke down and tried to bleach them. But I just couldn't get rid of the dark spots (which were growing larger). I decided to get rid of them and buy a new set because my daughter loves them so much but I am very concerned that the holes are too small for the toys to dry out properly and it seems impossible for me to completely sterilize them. 4
Munchkin Squirtin Bath Toy, Barnyard Friends

Munchkin Squirtin Bath Toy, Barnyard Friends

4.5
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Regular price
£33.00
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£33.00
Regular price
£54.00
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