My DS loves taking his little people in the bathtub and in his pool. They are his favorite water toy!
The problem is, they fill with water and i can't get the water out. i'm worried that the water is getting funky and growing bacteria etc. Also, many of his little people toys are getting water in them from his putting the people in them and not working anymore. The toys that are activated by pressing the people in them like the firetruck, school bus, zoo etc.
i've tried to get him to play with other toys in the tub, but he throws a fit.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to get the water out of them??
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with out on our deck. I got fed up and took the Dewalt drill
bit to 'em and drilled holes big enough for the water to drain.
I guess it would work with little peeps too.
i've tried shaking them, but i just can't get all the water out. Plus he just puts them back in the tub ever bathtime. i'm going to try making the holes bigger, that sounds like it would work best.
i wish our Goodwill had the little people! i've actually found alot of the little people accessory toys, the car garage, construction vehicles, airplane...but never the actual little people.
Does anyone know if the little people are dishwasher safe? i'd like to run them through the sanitize cycle, but will feel horrible if they melt or lose their color. My DS just loves them.
i'd like to have a designated bathtub set for my DS, but i don't if he'd go for that unless they were duplicates. He insists on taking every single little person in the tub with him, the animals too. If anyone has any duplicates they want to sell let me know!
to avoid slipage. If you retract the drill smoothly you can
get a fairly smooth hole, any way do a finger test just to
make sure you have smooth edges.