Safety 1st Whale and Baby Spout Guard
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- Easily attaches to spout, Fun water spouting feature, Easy to remove yet still difficult for child to remove, Creates water stream for bath time fun, Made with soft material
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Top Customer Reviews
1) It's hard to put on without squishing my fingers (almost as hard to remove)
2) there's no hole to access the knob for the shower
So, if you use the bathroom just for kids baths, you can leave it on and it's hard for them to remove and would be fine.
If others (older kids, guests) need the shower, there are probably better options!
I put it on without him seeing it, and so far he hasn't tried to get it off. I use it in our big tub (spout without the shower knob), and it fits great. If you have a shower knob it will not fit, but that's specified in the description.
Would definitely recommend.
It's tricky to get the water to come out of the whale's mouth; you have to line it up just right. This will be less of an issue, of course, if you can just leave it in place.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use in our bathtub when grandchildren are here to prevent bumps.Published 10 months ago by suzanne r quinn
Bought this 3 years ago for our first son. Now with 3 kids we are still accident free in the tub. I'm sure someone would have split their head open by now without this.Published 10 months ago by Gabriel
Goes on not so easy, and after 2 years of use the inside is totally caked with Mold. I recommend throwing it in the top rack of a dish washer every so often to keep it clean.Published 15 months ago by Cephas
Kept falling off my faucet as soon as the water came on. Was unable to use. Cute and sturdy but not at all functional on my faucet.Published 20 months ago by RiNoMommy
Didn't fit on one bath faucet and then it did on the other but pooled water didn't come out every time so it got all moldy on the insidePublished 20 months ago by R. Sherman