There is a really simple, REALLY simple solution that doesn't involve any kind of bleach or chemical or scrubbing. Well - besides not using the toys that is.
Cut a hole in the bottom.
Here are the super easy, super simple, and-it-still-floats, directions.
|(1) Assemble your tools, which include scissors, a razor (or sharp pointy |
cutting tool of any sort), paper towel, and your duckigatofrog of choice.
|(2) Start an opening with razor. Then cut a half circle with|
with scissors. Usually there's a ring to follow as a guide.
|(3) Bend back the flap a bit, pour out any water inside.|
|(4) Make Rubber duckigatofrog do an endo. If needed use a|
towel and wipe out any water droplets & let air dry.
|See! They still float! Thank you Fairy and Princess ducks!|