A study by “Which?” has provided the name of the baby products that were the most ineffective or least useful. This survey has saved parents more than 400 pounds. Many specific items that are marketed toward parents were analyzed and said to be have been able to be replaced by household items, such a simple bowls or things found around the house. Other items were deemed to be excessive and a waste of money. Expecting a child can lead parents to be overwhelmed and also excited. “Which?” prepared this survey so that parents do not end up spending recklessly following their newfound excitement.
- New parents are eager and overwhelmed with their new child and want to buy products for them.
- A lot of products that are actually unnecessary are aimed at new parents.
- A new survey has deemed which specific products parents should not buy and can save new parents a lot of money.
““Hearing advice from parents who have been through the process before can help make life easier for new parents, and knowing which products you can probably do without will save you crucial time and money.””
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