Director Jewels: Nuby Tear Free Rinse Pail {Review + Giveaway}

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Nuby Tear Free Rinse Pail {Review + Giveaway}

Disclosure: Nuby sent me the Tear Free Rinse Pail to review and will be sponsoring the giveaway prize.  All opinions expressed below are my own.

If you're one of those mamas who dreads bathtime because you can't stand the fussing and tears that result from having to rinse shampoo out of your child's hair, this is the post for you!  I've partnered with Nuby to bring you information on some great products for kids, and this one is no exception. 


The Tear Free Rinse Pail is an ingenious product designed to - you guessed it - keep water out of your child's eyes as you are rinsing their hair.  Lincoln has been really freaking out about having water on his face lately, so this arrived at a perfect time for us!

It did take us several tries (and a couple of bouts of toddler hysteria) to find the learning curve and figure out how to properly use this pail.  At age two, Lincoln has very little interest in sitting still or tipping his head back or generally doing anything that I tell him, so the first few days we tried the pail, I was chasing him around the tub and he ended up with water in his face as usual.  But after some trial and error, we seem to have reached a great place where he understands that this is a helpful tool! 


The Tear Free Rinse Pail features a comfort grip handle for me to use, which makes it easy to ensure that the water ends up where I want it.  The pail itself is made of plastic, with a soft edge that contours to baby's head and forces all of the water to flow away from the face. 

I love that it has a larger capacity than a typical bathtime rinse cup might - I am able to get the rinsing part of bath done much faster than before.  Anything that saves a few minutes is welcome in our house!


It doubles as a great bath toy - Lincoln loves to fill it up with water and dump it all over himself and his toys.


The Tear Free Rinse Pail has been a huge hit here at our house and with a $5.99 price tag, it's a small luxury that most families can afford!  It is available in multiple colors and can be found at Buy Baby Direct, Cookies Kids, Amazon, and Kmart.

Giveaway

One Director Jewels reader will win a Tear Free Rinse Pail from Nuby.  This giveaway will end on April 21 at 11:59pm CST.  This giveaway is open to US readers only.

To enter the giveaway, follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter form below (you may need Javascript enabled to see the form and it may take a moment to load)!  Once you complete the first entry, the other options will open up so that you can complete them as well.  All of the "extra entries" are optional - you can do just one, or as many as you want!  Winners will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.  Good luck!

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 I am writing this post as part of the NUBY Mommy Blogger Program.  I did not receive compensation for this post, although as part of the program I may receive items to sample or review.  All opinions are my own and are 100% honest.  For more information, you can read my Giveaway Policy and my Disclosure Policy.

35 comments:

  1. My daughter needs a Rinse Pail! =)

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  2. My son needs this so bad. Now that he is bigger he won't let me rinse easily.

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  3. My Daughter Needs A Rinse Pail! She hates Taking A Bath Because Of Getting Her Hair washed!

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  4. My Daughter Needs A Rinse Pail! She hates Taking A Bath Because Of Getting Her Hair washed!

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  5. My daughter needs a rinse pail :)

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  6. I just found out my best friend is pregnant! Starting early to spoil the little one!

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  7. Oh I definitely need this for my one year old! He LOVES bathtime and is so well-behaved and has a great time, until I soap up his hair! He stands up, tries to climb out of the tub, into my arms, anything to avoid me rinsing shampoo. I have another cup but it does not do the job since he won't tilt his head back, it just dumps down his face and he freaks!

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  8. Big Sister has a rinse pail, so Little Sister needs one of her own!

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  9. My baby girl needs one of these!
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  10. My granddaughter could use this

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  11. The little ones in our family could use a Rinse Pail.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. All three of my kiddos need this:)

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  13. The girls I watch they hate getting water in their face.

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  14. my 10 month old and 6 year old both hate water on their face

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  15. I would use this for my 3 yr old and eventually my daughter but she's just a newborn right now

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  16. 4 little boys would be so much quieter if we could use this to wash their hair! Plus it looks fun for them to play with.

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  17. My 17 month old! Cantonbrandy@yahoo.com

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  18. I have three kids under three and bathtime can be terrible! I could certainly use this!

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  19. My niece could use it really bad! She hates water in her face. It could later be passed on to my son who is only 2 months old right now.

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  20. This would be great for my son!

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  21. My two youngest hate having their hair washed!

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  22. My son, who hates getting his hair washed, needs a rinse pail. Thanks :)

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  23. My little Grace who is still terrified of baths and now has even started to panic when I take her in the bathroom with me for fear I'm going to give her a bath!

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  24. my friend Valerie! she is having her first baby!!!
    crazyweirdo33@yahoo.com

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  25. My son and daughter need a rinse pail! They do NOT like to have their hair washed!

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  26. I need this for my kiddos! They hate getting water in their eyes!

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  27. I take care of a disabled person, and this would actually be a REALLY great idea for bathing time!!!

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