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Love swimming but hate the changing room floor? The Little Swimmers Hygiene mat is suitable for keeping your little one clean and dry while changing. The durable, non-slip mat can be used at the pool or at the beach.
It is machine washable for hassle free cleaning and folds away into its own water proof bag – easy to pack at a moment’s notice and comes in fun frog and penguin designs that your little one will love.
For many families, the first time their baby gets to splash about in a swimming pool is on holiday.
But while the scenery may be different and you might feel that you don't have a care in the world, being swim savvy means taking precautions no matter what swimming pool you are in - wherever in the world. And, if you follow our tips, your baby can make a splash, not a plop, while taking that first holiday dip.
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Fantastic mat as I've just started baby swimming lessons with my 5 month old daughter so great to be able to place her down on the floor without getting wet, baby swim bag must... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Laura Nash
Very helpful at the pool when you just don't know when it has be cleaned.Published 27 days ago by Mrs R
Fantastic. Used on the floor of changing room and my little one stayed dry and safe. Packs up easily too.Published 1 month ago by Hannahbink
Very handy in changing rooms, as its material gives some padding for my 3mth old son lying on the changing unit - also means I know he is on something clean!Published 1 month ago by S McC
Not used yet but friends have got already. Good quality and saves carrying large mat with youPublished 2 months ago by mrs m
My daughter bought one for my grandson and has had so many uses for it that I have bought another 2. Read morePublished 3 months ago by POPPY CHEN
Does exactly what it says and looks cute with it, easily folds away into compact size & perfect for my little one to take swimming or when we go away.Published 5 months ago by emybabes
My local swimming pool has rubbish baby changing facilities so I use a little bench in the disabled toilet which is very low down. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Melanie Stern