-It is normal to have slight plastic smell when open the package first time, as the long time delivery. The smell almost disappears after first wash). use warm water under 20 degree for the first wash.
Multi layer thickening
Inside layer of environment protection PVC(food grade material).
Excellent Thermal Insulation
Thermal material used to keep the bathing water temperature lasts longer than other bathtubs.
Portable and Foldable
The portable bathtub for adults can be used conveniently indoor and outdoor, and needs a little space for storage after folding.
There is a faucet drain valve at the bottom, and the other is a simple drain plug that allows water to drain from the bathtub perfectly.
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