Splushy stuffed animals are a great new product from Neat-Oh!. They can get wet and don’t get moldy.
The Splushy stuffed friend line is not only adorable, they solve an age old issue of our stuffed friends getting wet. Does your child have a stuffed friend they take everywhere? What about loving to play with toys in the bath tub?
A collection of plush zoo pals and now sea pets — gets wet on purpose! The cuddly creatures can handle any amount of water thanks to their clever anti-microbial filling that stops mildew.
Splushy is perfect for my neice.
My niece is two years old and loves water. Unfortunately she loves to throw things in water as well. Not all toys are made to get wet and can become moldy very fast. Mold as we know can cause many health problems in general. Children also love to put things in their mouths and it’s important to make sure they are safe.
Each animal comes with removable clothing.
All pals measure between 11 and 12 inches, ideal for little arms to snuggle. Each is $14.99 and safe for ages 2+. Not only can these get wet, they float even when fully water logged. This makes them a great toy for in the house, bath tub, pool or beach.
Last year the Neat-Oh! company introduced Splasher Bear, Stomper Elephant, Hopper Bunny and Jumper Monkey. This year they added Chomper the Shark, Clicker the Dolphin, Snapper the SeaTurtle and Barker the Sea Lion to the family.
I received Snapper the SeaTurtle to review. My niece loved him and loves to play with him in and out of the water. When the weather is nice they are constantly on the go so Snapper can get dirty very quickly. Her mom loves that she can give Snapper a bath and not have to worry about the possibility of mold.
All of the Splushy friends are made out of a microban anti-microbial filling. This is what prevents the possibility of mold.
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