First I had to stick on the adhesive back. It is straight I promise. It had to sit for 24 hours before I could hook the pod on it.
Then I hooked the pod on. Stuck her toys in there and put some wash on the back. It has a nice rack there. A washcloth or floofie (as we call them) could easily hang on the antennae.
This is SO easy to use. I had the option of using the sticky adhesive OR screwing the back into place. I chose the adhesive. I know we won't be in this house forever. So I chose that option. It was the best one.
I waited the 24 hours (actually more like 18) and then Hooked the pod on. Gave it a gentle tug. It didn't fall down so I loaded it up. Avery doesn't have that many bath toys anymore. They have gotten moldy and now she's starting to take more showers then baths, so there's only a few in there, but it's just big enough for all the toys she does have! I'm happy about that. It's a generous size and holds her bigger toys.
I like that it's a scoop. I know that those foam letters would be a perfect match for this scoop pod. You can pull it down, scoop it in the water and scoop up all the toys into the pod. Hang it back up and they all drain and drip dry easily. Prevents mold from happening and let's them dry out. I still recommend squirting squirt toys out first though.
Boon has other easy products like the Flo which goes over the faucet and makes it soft so kids don't bump their heads.Potty Bench which looks AWESOME! Grass which is great for bottle drying. Animal Bag great for all those stuffed animals! And MANY MANY MORE!
Price: The Bug Pod I received is $35. They also have it in Pink and a Frog pod as well
Overall: ***** Awesome product. Very durable.
*Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products*