Babies consume a lot of their parents’ time, money and energy. Isn’t it time they started to earn their keep?
Put them to work by dressing them in this novelty jumpsuit instead of something equally funny but way less practical.
It even keeps your new employee comfortable by providing a little padding on the knees and elbows.
This is not, of course, a practical product. If you have a baby, chances are that your floors are already spotless. Exposing your child to grime and concentrated cleaning chemicals is also a no-no.
Dunking them into a bucket, while entertaining, should probably be reserved for special occasions.
If you like the entertainment value but don’t have any friends with babies, you can also consider these mop shoes.
Unless you have serious back problems, they won’t replace a mop either, at least not by just wearing them around the house. I’m pretty sure that I step on 10% of the tiles in my house 90% of the time.
Many of these are located between my desk and the fridge. If I had a pair of slippers like these, that trail would be polished like a mirror in comparison to the rest of the floor.