Product Type: Munchkin baby products
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Works great in the bath, not on the tiles...
Munchkin Corner Bath Organiser
Member Name: bush1
Munchkin Corner Bath Organiser
Advantages: nice colours, fits lots of toys
Disadvantages: Bit pricey, doesn't stick to the tiles
My daughter has way too many bath toys so we decided to look around for a net to hang in the bath to store them in. I found it quite hard to find one anywhere but eventually found the Munchkin corner bath organiser in Asda so decided to give it a go.
---About the product:
The Munchkin Corner Bath Organiser is designed to fit into a bath or onto tiles to keep bath toys dry and organised. It is made from neoprene with a small mesh section on the front of it. The neoprene is supposed to be mildew resistant. There are four suction caps on the back of the organiser which can be moved slightly from side to side to allow positioning. The orbginser comes in different colours, we have the pink one seen in the picture but there are definietly blue ones as well. This is a corner unit so fits into a right angle (or approximate) but therefore will not fit on a flat wall.
When I bought this, I failed to notice that it was a corner unit and was quite disappointed with it when I realised after getting it out of the box. We decided to try it out anway as our bath is in the corner of the room so I tried fitting it to the tiles in the corner. It would not work though and as soon as I got one side fitted, the other side would come off and vice versa. I tried moving the suckers but it didn't improve the way it stuck to the wall. We also tried wiping the walls to make sure the tiles were not dirty but to no avail. We eventually managed to get 3 of the suckers to stick but after a while they fell off again.
We then had a brainwave, why not stick it straight to the bath! We managed to get it to stick much more easily and it has not fallen off since. Although it gets wet much more regularly, it has not developed mould in the last 4 months and the toys are much cleaner as they're not sitting in water as much.
I don't think I could recommend this product as I believe it is designed for use on tiles and it doesn't seem to work well there. However, if you have space to fit it in your bath then I think this is a very useful product. We are able to fit a lot of toys into it and it has made our bathroom a lot tidier. It allows my daughter to get to her toys while she is playing in her bath and can tidy them away again after. It cost us between £5-6 which is a little more than I wanted to pay, but it does seem to be quite good quality.
Summary: Nice product, shame it didn't do exactly what it said...
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