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  • Jessica Steech

    Will make washing kids hair easier! There's even a spot to pour bubble bath.

  • Alyssa Chambers

    remember getting soap in your eyes? Great idea! FLO – Creating A Gentle Waterfall In Your Bathroom. FloWater Deflector and Protective Faucet Cover with Bubble Bath Dispenser. Combining multiple functions into a single device, Flō provides a simple solution to several bath time challenges. This unique product diverts the flow of water, creating a gentle waterfall, while providing a protective faucet cover to help guard against injury. Flō also functions as a bubble bath dispenser. $14.99

  • Katy Graff

    Eliminates the "bathtub cup"! Also make a bubble bath waterfall!

  • Charity Oesch

    There is even a spot to pour bubble bath... great idea for kids :)

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