Thanks to its wide mouth, young kids will have no trouble rummaging through the Skip Hop Moby (around $14) to seek out their favorite plaything. The suction cups work best when adhered to clean walls, so you may want to do some scrubbing before setting it up.
At 18 by 14 inches in size, the Toyganizer Hook (appx. $13) can hold plenty of gear. Not only does its mesh netting allow air to circulate and prevent the buildup of excess moisture, it’s made with a polyester fabric that dries quickly when bath time reaches its conclusion.
The Comfylife Ultra (appx. $10) comes with two net baskets, which allows you to arrange your child’s floating knickknacks at both ends of the tub for easy access. Plus, you can quickly remove the pouches from the wall for cleaning if they get a bit grimy.
To get the KidCo Storage (appx. $13) set up, simply place each end of the caddy on the ledge of your tub in whatever location is most convenient for you and your little one. It’s built with movable divider panels, so you can separate dolls and trinkets from shower products.
Not only will the G.U.S. Kids (around $19) keep small toys safe and secure, children get a huge kick out of unzipping the bottom of the pouch and watching all of its contents tumble into the water. It’s built with a tough, durable fabric and includes a strong hook.
Brightly colored and simple to stick to a tile wall, the Monkey Stix Franky (appx. $16) can house a solid amount of toys in a stretchy mesh pouch that will expand if need be. It doesn’t include any small parts that are apt to fall off, which is a nice feature.
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4. Joyin Toy Education
Sure, the Joyin Toy Education (around $11) is a quality storage solution, but the main attractions are the floating letters, numbers, and animal figures that come with the basket. They’re designed in a variety of vibrant colors and sized for small hands.
Each end of the Munchkin Quack Caddy (around $18) features built-in grips that stick to the side of the tub, so you won’t have to fuss with suction cups that detach from the wall on their own every couple of weeks. A handy little soap dish hangs off to the side as well.
Unlike most other options, the Ubbi Rack (about $20) is a freestanding bin with large holes built into the bottom to prevent the accumulation of standing water. It’s also equipped with handles, which makes it easy to scoop up items floating in the bathtub.
Four heavy-duty suction cups ensure that the Jojo Kids Superior (around $15) remains secured to the wall of your tub or shower at all times, making it a pretty low-maintenance option. In addition to toys, it will accommodate full-sized bottles of shampoo and bars of soap.