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Review: Best Hanging Bath Toy Storage

Finding the Perfect Solution: A Hands-On Review of the Best Hanging Bath Toy Storage


If your child is anything like mine, then bath time fun will take up most of the space in your bathroom for at least 20 minutes. You can try putting all of the toys away during this time, but that simply won’t happen. It’s just one more thing you have to get done before heading back out into your day – so why not get it done quickly and creatively? Hanging storage is the only way to go, and we’ve found three options that will solve your problem and make bath time even more fun for your  Little Munchkin.

We’ll review the products below:

1. The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe

First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe

Why We Love It: The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe is easy-to-assemble hanging storage that is made of heavy-duty materials. It has a mesh bag that hangs from the sturdy handle, and it can hold up to one gallon of toys. When not in use, you can simply collapse it and store it in the corner of your bathroom.

2. Munchkin Bath Toy Organizer

Munchkin Bath Toy Organizer

Why We Love It: This option is a no-fuss solution for parents who want to add some storage to their child’s tub without having to take up precious space with something that is aesthetically unpleasing. The Munchkin Bath Toy Organizer comes in many colors and has a 51″ non-slip strap to hold its place on the side of your tub. It also has suction cup hooks that can be used to hang washcloths or towels, which adds to the convenience factor when it comes to storage.

3. The Sassy Bath Toy Organizer

The Sassy Bath Toy Organizer

Why We Love It: This option is another no-fuss, all-in-one solution that has more than 700 reviews with an average of 4 stars on Amazon. Though it’s more economical than the other options, it still has everything you need to keep your child’s toys neatly stored. Like the Munchkin option listed above, the Sassy Bath Toy Organizer comes in many colors and you can use its suction cup hooks for towels or washcloths as well.



Why We Love It: The Cubbie Bath Toy Organizer works for both toddlers and infants who are still using bathtub toys. For children in the infant stage, you can attach suction cups that keep them securely fastened to their tub; as they grow, you remove these suction cups so they can use the organizer. It also has little compartments for your child’s shampoo and other bathtime essentials, which makes it a great value when you consider all of its uses.

5. Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles

Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles

Why We Love It: For parents who want to purchase just one product that can be used in many different ways, then this is a great option for you. The Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles is not just a toy organizer; I use it as an infant seat for my daughter because of its ergonomic design and ability to keep her securely fastened.

It’s the only infant seat that I’ve found with a safety strap to keep her from slipping out, and it’s the only product where she can play with toys while being buckled in. When she gets older, you simply unhook the suction cup toy bar and there are holes on the other side to hang other bath toys for storage. It comes in many colors for both boys and girls, which makes it an even more versatile product.

I hope this post was helpful! Do you have any other favorite bath toy storage options? Feel free to comment below with your suggestions.  As always, I love hearing from my readers – especially when it comes to what they want me to write about!

Most Common FAQs

What are the different options available when it comes to hanging bath toy storage?

The four most popular options are the Munchkin Bath Toy Organiser, CUBBIE BATH TOY ORGANIZER, The Sassy Bath Toy Organizer, and The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe. All of these options come with at least one suction cup hook or other attachment that can help you attach them to your bathtub and they all offer a variety of colors for both boys and girls.

How do I know which option is best for me?

This will depend on what you’re looking for in terms of color, whether you need something that attaches to your tub or simply hangs from a rail, how much storage space you need, etc.

How can I decide which option is best for my child?

For children under the age of two, suction cup hooks or other attachments are important because they’ll help secure your product to the side of your tub. This becomes less important when your child gets older and starts sitting up on their own. Also, consider whether or not you want to invest in multiple products that serve different purposes (a toy organizer and a bath seat) or if you want one product that can do it all.

What other baby items would be good for my new baby’s room?

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What is the best way to make sure my decal doesn’t fall off the wall?

All of the decals we offer come with a set of detailed, step-by-step instructional images that tell you how to apply them correctly. This cannot be emphasized enough!!! Many people struggle with removing their decal from its backing and applying it to their walls without having air bubbles or creases in it. If you do not follow the instructions, your decal may fall off the wall and you will be unhappy with it!

What other items would make for a great baby shower gift?

As mentioned in our Baby Care Products to Help With Your New Arrival blog post, gifts like diapers, wipes, hand sanitizers, baby food, diaper rash cream, pacifiers, bibs, and burp cloths are all popular choices.

What’s the best way to make sure I’m purchasing items that my new baby will actually use?

A lot of parents purchase items for their baby’s room before they ever meet him or her! If you do this, focus on items that can be used in multiple ways (i.e., wall decals) rather than things that your baby will only use when he or she is older (i.e., mobiles). If you’re not sure whether or not your new addition will like a certain product, many companies offer trial memberships for a small.

Until next time,

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