Tidy Tots Disposable Potty Chair Liners Toddler Potty-Training Product Review

Review From: WTSToyReview.com

   

Manufacturer: Tidy Tots
Recommended Age: Potty Training Toddlers
Retail Price: $8.99
On the Webwww.tidytots.com
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Tidy Tots Disposable Potty Chair Liners are designed to take the mess out of your child’s potty training experience. No more dumping or pouring your little one’s success into the toilet and then trying to clean and sanitize the potty chair for the next use. Tidy Tots was created to put an end to wiping out what is left behind and cleaning after your child’s potty training session. potty liner, smooth it into place, and add a Tidy Tots super-absorbent pad. The super-absorbent pad is designed to absorb more than your child can create in one sitting, so you can choose to change the liner after each use or wait for 2-3 uses. When finished, simply remove the liner from the removable potty chair bowl, pull the draw-tape closure and tie it closed. Simply discard the liner just as you would dispose of a diaper.


Oh the pleasures of potty training! Ask any parent who has been through the fun, messy, stinky process – and they’ll be more than happy to share their not-so-fun story. There really isn’t anything easy about potty training – until now! Tidy Tots Disposable Potty Chair Liners are easy to use and make one of the more yuckified problems faced during potty training not quite so yucky. Simply place the uniquely designed potty liner in pretty much any portable potty seat, drop in an absorbent pad, and let nature take its course! The absorbent pads are designed to handle 2 or 3 visits to the potty. When finished simply wrap up the liner like a garbage bag and dispose. You won’t have to dump out the mess into a toilet and you won’t have to clean out the portable potty. Easy for sure!

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3 thoughts on “Tidy Tots Disposable Potty Chair Liners Toddler Potty-Training Product Review

  1. Leaving a comment for the giveaway.

    We are trying to potty train our 17 month old son, its dificult but he is slowly learning…

  2. I am getting ready to start potty training my son. He is 19 months already. I have had his potty for a couple of months, but he only wants to play with it. It is my first time trying to potty train a boy, so I will be excited to read these comments and hopefully find some tips. Thanks!!!! and thanks for the giveaway 🙂

    • Ms. Evans,

      So glad to hear you’re gearing up to potty training your little one. I know how it can be a very exciting and stressful time for you. Here are some articles I think will be helpful:

      1. Potty Training Boys – How to Potty Train Boys:
      http://www.pottytrainingconcepts.com/A-How-to-Potty-Training-Boys.html

      2. Are girls easier to potty train than boys?
      http://www.pottytrainingconcepts.com/A-Girls-Easier-Potty-Train.html

      3. Teaching your son to aim:
      http://www.pottytrainingconcepts.com/Tip-Potty-Training-Son-to-Aim.html

      This I took from an article on “She Knows Parenting.com”:

      THE SIGNS OF READINESS:
      • bowel movements are on a pretty regular schedule
      • follows directions,
      • has a dry diaper after naps or other two to three hour periods
      • can tell you that he needs to go to the bathroom
      • shows curiosity about what happens in the bathroom
      • wants to imitate adults, siblings, or daycare students in toileting independently
      • can pull down his pants on his own.

      ARE YOU READY TO START?
      If you feel your child is ready to begin potty training, based on the above questions, then put a big smile on your face and dive in! However, remember, your child needs to be ready to begin this pivotal time in his life. If he’s not ready or is pushed too hard too soon, it could very easily backfire on you. Most children, in my experience, are potty-trained sometime between two and a half to three years of age. Generally, the children that have the hardest time are boys and only-born children.

      Read more of this article here.

      I hope you find these articles helpful! If there is anything I can do to further assist you in way, please let me know. Thank you for entering our Facebook giveaway! And thank you for letting Tidy Tots disposable potty chair liners help take the mess out of your child’s potty training experience!

      Sincerely,

      Dinah Vogel
      President
      The Cumberland Companies, LLC

      (For more potty training articles, special offers, and giveaways ‘like’ us on Facebook at Facebook.com/TidyTotsLiners)

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