- White Hot Safety Disc reveals the word hot when bath water is too hot for baby
- Fun, easy to grasp size and shape
- Water tight to prevent sinking, squirting, and mildew
- White Hot Safety Disc reveals the word "HOT" when bath water is too hot for baby
- Fun, easy-to-grasp size and shape
- Water-tight to prevent sinking, squirting, and mildew
Babies (especially newborns) have extremely sensitive skin, and it can be difficult to get their bath temperature just right, because what feels comfortable to us may not always be comfortable for them. You can prevent unnecessary bathtime discomfort with the White Hot Ducky, a new take on the classic rubber duck. This hard-working bath toy has innovative White Hot technology that warns you when bath water is not suitable for baby's delicate skin. Simply place the duck in the tub, then lift up to check the blue disc on the bottom. If it says Hot, add cool water or let the bath cool down before placing baby inside. Aside from being a bath safety must, this cute duck is also water-tight, mildew-resistant, and fun for baby to play with, making it a true bathing best friend!
The White Hot® color change function may cease to function over time, replace when necessary. Do not rely solely on accuracy of safety disc as color change function may become worn over time. To prevent drowning keep children within arm's reach. Inspect before use. Discard and replace at first sign of weakness or damage. Always check temperature of water before placing child in bath. Do not leave child unattended. Discard all packaging components before use.
Let Ducky sit in bath water for one minute then lift to check safety disc underneath Ducky. If "hot" appears on safety disc,bath is too hot (approximately 103 degrees - 104 degrees/39.4 degrees - 40 degrees c). Allow water to cool or add cold water until the original color returns to safety disc. Clean in warm, soapy water and rinse.