Nuby Tear Free Rinse Pail {Review}

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I have three children, 6,4, and 1. We have given baths every single night to a little person for the last 6 years. That is 2,190  baths, at least. For all of these 6 years, we have either used the suck it up, you are going to get water in your eyes method or the hold this washcloth over your eyes method. I have seen other options including visors made to have the water avoid your eyes, we have just been too cheap to buy them and have chosen the “old-fashioned” route.

Now, I am not at all saying there is anything wrong with my traditional method, like I said, we have used it for the last 6 years. But, when I was given the opportunity to review the Tear Free Rinse Pail, I took it, thinking that H may like this a bit more than “sucking it up”.

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I was right. He does like it more. While it is not something that I feel like I HAVE to have, it certainly does make bathtime go a bit more smoothly. The water avoids their face by holding the flexible rubber portion of the pail up to their forehead and gently pouring the water onto their hair to rinse the soap off. When I can get H to sit still for a second, the method works perfectly. I will say that I do wish that I would have invested the $5.99  on the tear free pail on child #1 to make things run a bit more smoothly.

If you want to get yourself a Tear Free Rinse Pail, you can here.

*Disclosure: I was provided with a Tear Free Pail to review for this post. No additional compensation was received. As always, all opinions in this post are my own. 

About Lauryn Blakesley


A woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. We let the children “pair up” for more fun – and to get 2 clean at once!

  2. I have another brand cup like this and it works I just wonder why it took companies so long to come up with this idea LOL
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  3. what a good invention. I used to use a tub toy boat to rinse their hair! this is so neat!
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  4. Extra wash clothes for the teething baby to chew on :)
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  5. Bubbles are a huge hit at bathtime right now around here – if we fill the tub with bubbles, little guy is perfectly content to play for awhile. :)
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  6. angie kunst says:

    Lots of bath tys always make it more fun!

  7. My favorite thing about bathtime is the bubbles!!
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  8. I love nuby! Bathtime is most fun with toys – nontraditional ones like cups and balls… my kids love bathtime!
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  9. I love NUby! We need a new rinse pail. My favorite thing to make bath time easier is putting both kids in at the same time!!
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  10. My favorite thing to make bathtime more fun is bath toys!
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  11. Anitha S Raghavan says:

    Bath toys!

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