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    Inflatable bed bath

    Anyone use one before? How do they work? Are they better than the usual sponge bath?

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    They work pretty well, although the water will only be about 4-6" deep, and it cools off pretty quick. You do need to have the right bedroom set up, ideally with being able to drain directly into a sink, shower or tub, rather than into a bucket by your bed, as emptying all those buckets of water gets old pretty quick. Be sure to buy the hanging shower type bag that comes as an accessory too.

    http://www.amazon.com/Ez-Bathe-Infla.../dp/B000JQLPKE

    (KLD)

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