Ikea Children's Hooded Towel Reviews
Product Type: Ikea in Homeware
Description:Brand: Ikea / Misc House Type: Towel / Size: 1400mm (w) x 870mm (h)
Newest Review: ... baby can be as warm as possible when you are drying them. The one we have from Ikea is similar to the one in the picture but ... more
Customer Ikea Children's Hooded Towel Reviews (4)
by - written on 14/10/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Both of my children do not like bathtime, I don't know why because I do try to make it as fun as possible with bubbles and toys and I thought these fun towels from Ikea would be a nice idea too. The towels are great but we still have tears at bath time although they do like wearing their towels afterwards! These bath towels are very cute and made just for kids which I think is important for them to have their own items which makes them feel important and grown up. I think its so much nicer for them to have a towel of their own rather than just one of mum and dads. I had towels with a hood for them when they were first born and loved how functional it was but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/11 (Very useful, 257 readings)
When my boys were babies I had quite a few hooded towels for them and found them a fantastic purchase. There is nothing you want more to have your little one fully cuddled up in their towel after they have had a bath. But as with most things your little one grows out of it quickly and there comes a point when the baby hooded towel no longer covers them enough. I still wanted to be able to wrap them all up after a bath keeping them nice and warm with a hooded towel so the search for one began. Finding a large hooded towel was a little difficult and I found they were a little pricey too. After much searching I came across a rather cute looking hooded towel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I love hooded towels. Hope, nearly 4, still uses hers sometimes and it makes me a little sad to think that she is now getting too big for them but we use them all the time for her little brother. I hadn't heard of them before I Had children and now I realise how useful they are and a good invention as well as being ever so cute! You can buy them in all different places in different styles. We got bought a couple from IKEA when our baby was born, I hadn't even realised you could buy them from there. It is basically a bath towel which has a little hood in one of it's corners so that your baby can be as warm as possible when you are drying them. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/12 (Useful, 104 readings)
I bought this towel when my daughter grew out of baby hooded towels. We already had one hooded towel, a Tesco one, which she liked, but I thought another would be handy. She was about 2, and she's quite short. The design of the towel is very practical. It's white and beige to look like a rabbit, and is a basic rectangle with a hole cut for the head, then a snap on hood with rabbit ears and snaps down the side to make a poncho shape. There are also little paw shaped pockets to keep the child's hands warm. Like everything from Ikea it washes well and has retained it's shape well over the year or so we've had it. It's not the softest towel we have, ... Read the complete review
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