How to Clean Bath Toys with Vinegar

You may believe your children’s bath toys are sufficiently cleaned by the soap in the tub, but you should remove all toys from the bathing area and thoroughly clean them once a week.

Vinegar is a natural cleaning agent that dissolves soap scum and removes stains, making it ideal for cleaning bath toys. Fill a bucket halfway with vinegar and halfway with warm water (and a few drops of tea tree oil or lemon oil, if you desire). Soak the bath toys for one hour in warm water. Then, rinse each toy under running water and air dry.

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How to Sterilize Bath Toys with Heat

Bath toys are sterilized when heated to a high temperature, killing bacteria that might cause illness. The simplest method to accomplish this at home is to put the toys through the dishwasher. Place them on the top shelf, away from the intense heat, to prevent damage. Smaller toys can be loaded into the dishwasher in a mesh lingerie bag if you’re worried about them falling out. Run a cycle with only the toys inside the dishwasher using regular detergent.

The sink may sterilize bath toys if you don’t have a dishwasher. Dish soap and some of the hottest water you can muster should be added to a basin. The toys should be submerged and left to soak for a while. After that, scrub them off with a sponge or towel. Wearing rubber gloves will help to shield your hands from the heat. Toys should be rinsed with soap before letting them air dry.

How to Sanitize Bath Toys with Bleach

Consider using bleach for a more thorough cleaning. The key is to choose a powerful solution to destroy germs and viruses but gentle enough to guarantee that no harmful bleach residue remains on bath toys that your youngster is sure to gnaw on.

We advise using 1 tablespoon of bleach per gallon of water to get the ideal balance. Put the bath toys in a bucket with this mixture in it. Give them about ten minutes to soak. After that, properly clean the toys with tap water and let them air dry.