SoapSox Bath Scrub: Hunter the Gator Review

SoapSox Bath Scrub: Hunter The Gator Review & Giveaway

When I was young I loved bathes, and I loved playing in the bathtub. I would pretend that my toys were a town, and the washcloth was an evil blanket meant to cover the world from the sun. I started this like with an imagination, and as I aged and got older my imagination changed but the fun of bath time did not.

A couple of years ago I was watching Shark Tank, as I often do, and saw these super cute character wash cloths for kids. My first thought at the time was that I wish they had those when I was a kid and wondered why it had taken to long to bring something like this to market. Since that day I have not forgotten about that company, and when I recently received an opportunity to get a SoapSox for myself, I was excited.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of SoapSox. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received Hunter The Gator from SoapSox for review and bath time imagination time.

Hunter the Gator is a bath time wash cloth that holds its own soap, and makes washing a adventure. The best thing about SoapSox is that they go from dry play to wet play, without sacrificing imagination.

Utilizing the mouth, the soap is loaded in and the lathering begins. Each of the front feet have entry points for fingers to make for easy washing. Hunter is a nice size at 9 x 3 inches and has a soft terry cloth exterior with anti-microbial sponge interior. This bath time buddy is also machine washable (warm, tumble dry low).

Also available are the following – Taylor the Turtle, Tank the Shark, Harper the Hippo, Jackson the Whale, Ava the Dolphin, Ray the Manta, Scorch the Dragon, Charlotte the Seal, Bella the Ladybug, and Harper the Hippo.

Make bath time fun again, and get a Soapsox character! It will make them want to take a bath!


You can get the full range of SoapSox at your local BuyBuyBaby or online


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GIVEAWAY: SoapSox is giving one SoapSox Character to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Soapsox of their choice from the following choices: Taylor the Turtle, Hunter the Gator, Tank the Shark, Harper the Hippo, Jackson the Whale, Ava the Dolphin, Ray the Manta, Scorch the Dragon, Charlotte the Seal, Bella the Ladybug, and William the Frog– This is a $12.99 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on December 7th (12/7/2017) to receive this next generation washcloth! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Soapsox. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a SoapSox Bath Scrub of your Choice!





29 thoughts on “SoapSox Bath Scrub: Hunter the Gator Review

  1. jennifer bowen

    getting them in the tub is one of the headrest things to do the 2nd one is when it comes to washing the hair some kids well cant take heaving water being put over there heads its a sensory touch thing some people have it but some don’t

  2. Jen D

    Once they’ve gotten soap in their eyes, it’s so hard to wash their hair. I’ve found it helpful to have them hold a wash cloth over their eyes.

  3. Darcy L Koch

    My biggest struggle is getting them INTO the tub in the first place. I hear so many exuses.

  4. busyworkingmama

    Convincing my daughter she needs a shower is a struggle. You’d think she’d enjoy getting clean!

  5. Nickole Heim

    My biggest struggle is getting them into the tub in the first place. its always a battle

  6. ncjeepster

    Keeping them occupied while I try to bathe them. They want to get out when there is nothing for them to do.

  7. Vikki Billings

    My biggest struggle is getting my granddaughter out of the bath, she loves to take a bath!

  8. Michelle Catallo

    The biggest struggle with my kids in the bathtub? I have two #1 being, getting them OUT and #2 getting them to realize they STILL need to clean themselves LOL


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