Go with the FLO. Slip Flo over your faucet to gently divert the flow of water. This creates a waterfall effect for drama free rinsing. (Picture a quaint waterfall. Not Niagara Falls or anything like that.) Its soft, protective material guards against injury. And its bubble bath reservoir dispenses a sea of suds with the press of a button.
For most kids, taking a bath is all fun and games
until its time for shampooing. Granted, leaning back into the unknown, getting suds in the eyes, allowing Mom or Dad to pour cups full of water over your head, or banging your noggin on the faucetnone of this would be on a grownups list of favorite things to do, either. So kids and parents will both be tremendously relieved to discover Flo, a water deflector and faucet cover that turns a regular bathtub faucet into a gentle, safe waterfall. Children wont mind leaning back into the soft spray of water, especially since the rubbery material of the deflector will make any inadvertent bumps pain-free. However, the chance of bumps is much less because Flo redirects the downward stream of water out and away from the faucet. The entire shampooing process will take place many inches away from the source of most injuries. No need for bathers to contort their bodies anymore to get directly under the flow. Best of all (for image-conscious parents), Flo is handsomely designed, sleek and stylishno yellow duckies here! When its time for a grownup shower, the shower diverter remains accessible through the upper portion of the faucet cover, so you wont need to remove it after every bath. Let It Flo
Installation of the Flo couldnt be easier. Just squeeze the top and bottom sections together and fit over bathtub faucet. Make sure the front of the faucet extends over the inside flap, and that the shower diverter is accessible through the top opening.
Bubbles, With Little Toil or Trouble
A one-touch bubble bath dispenser releases liquid bubble soap into the flow of water, ensuring a tub full of fluffy, foamy fun. Pour liquid bubble bath into the reservoir at the top end of the Flo, then press the green button on the lower end where the water comes out.
Kids of all ages will love playing in the soothing spray from the deflector, and will be far less likely to resist a shampoo rinse when its under a "waterfall." Flos simple design is attractive to grownups and children alike.
Although the cover is designed to fit easily over any standard bathtub faucets, there are definitely some faucets that it will fit betteror worsethan others. The Flo is easy to attach
but it can be fairly easy to remove, too, which is not always ideal when its a curious one-year-old doing the detaching. The bubble dispenser does not always work optimally, but presumably thats not what most parents will be looking for in a protective cover/water deflector, anyway. And with some engineering (a.k.a. wiggling the cover around), the bubble dispenser issues can often be resolved. --Emilie Coulter