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Teddy Needs a Bath Review

Teddy Needs a Bath: Kid-Friendly or Are You Kidding?

When there's a foul odor coming from my kids' bedrooms, the first place I look is the pile of stuffed animals that sits near their beds. While some parents consider stuffed animals to be little more than dust collectors, in our home, they are a necessity, helping soothe my kids to sleep each night. But cleaning them has always been an issue — I fear the day one of their loveys is destroyed in the washing machine and we have to suffer through nights of inconsolable children.

That's why my interest was piqued when I heard about Teddy Needs a Bath ($15). Basically just an oversize, eco-friendly laundry bag with a serious zipper on it, Teddy Needs a Bath keeps stuffed animals safe during routine washings, ensuring that they can be returned to their rightful owner looking the same way they did earlier — only cleaner and germ-free! What do you think?

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Jill2553247 Jill2553247 4 years
Brilliant idea!! 
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 4 years
This seems like a brilliant idea - I've seen stuffed animals get dragged all over the city and can only imagine how dirty they get!
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