Some precautions to take when bathing your baby...
• Never leave a baby alone in the bathtub, even for a very short time or in a small amount of water. A baby can drown in just a few centimetres of water. They may also turn on the hot tap or get out of the bathtub and injure themselves.
• Prepare everything you need in advance so you don't have to leave the room to collect something.
• If you have to leave the bathroom, always take your baby with you (wrapped in a towel).
• Before bathing your child, make sure the room is warm enough (22-23°C). If necessary, provide extra bathroom-safe heating installed by a qualified professional.
• It is best to bath your baby in a small amount of water, no higher than the height of their hips or navel.
• Check the water temperature with a bath thermometer before bathing your baby. The correct temperature is 35°C.
• Turn on the cold tap before the hot tap and never put your baby in the water before stirring it to make sure the temperature is even throughout.
• Run some cold water over the hot tap after filling your baby's bathtub to cool it down.
• Use a non-slip bath mat as soon as your baby can sit upright.
• Remember to empty and wash bath toys after each use to ensure hygiene
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