Congratulations! You have just brought your new baby home from the hospital and you are thinking about how to give those first baths.
Someone most likely gave you a little baby bath, or the hospital gave you one. You are looking at this and are thinking, this is nice, I can put this in the sink but how do I wash my baby with clean water? Even if you have a kitchen sprayer is has too hard of a spray. A rinse cup? not handy either, the little tubs are too small to scoop water from and besides, who wants to rinse a baby with recycled water! Getting water from the faucet is hard too as the little bath is in the way. Your other option is to set it in the tub but now you are bending over, sitting on your knees, over an edge with little control of baby. Neither are very nice option.
You simply install the aerator that comes with the product on your current faucet and leave it in place. Come bath time, you snap the hose and sprayer on the aerator and now you have a gentle sprayer, an ample supply of clean warm water and ultimate control over where the water goes. Bath time with your new baby has just gotten super easy and enjoyable for the two of you. No water in your babies eyes, a gentle warm flow to keep him or her comfortable and you are not kneeling in front of your tub hurting your knees and feeling out of control trying to lift a little slippery baby out of the tub at the end of bath time.