Wife, Mummy, Nurse: PottyCover {Review and Giveaway}

18 March 2013

PottyCover {Review and Giveaway}



Lately Charis has been in love with sitting on the potty. Does she go? No, but she wants to be a big girl and sit. Every store we go to, she tells me, "I need to go potty." But, I am often very hesitant in letting her go because many public restrooms are not very clean.

I was thrilled to receive a package of PottyCover disposable toilet seat covers to review. Upon opening the packet, the first thing I noticed was the covers were individually wrapped; I was able to put one in my diaper bag and did not have to worry about it opening up and getting dirty.  Secondly, when I used it, I noticed it had soft non-woven fabric on top and plastic on the bottom to wetness away. Third, I liked the front flap to keep my daughter's legs from touching the toilet.


Overall, I would recommend this product to parents of children who are potty training. My daughter was not as ready for it as I thought she might be.  She only used one, but I used it three times.  It can be used for adults. How many times have you gone into a restroom where the paper covers aren't there, so you've held it or squatted.  PottyCover helps take care of that.

A pack of PottyCover sells for $5.99 and it is available on AmazonEbay, all Buy Buy Baby stores around the country and at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores.

Have you tried PottyCovers?  
Do you have any tips on potty training?

a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com
Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

10 comments:

  1. I have not tried this product. The best piece of advice I can give related to potty training is that if you are rewarding your child make sure the reward is for keeping clean and dry and not for using the potty because they have all the control then. (Jennifer O)

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  2. I haven't yet potty trained my son yet, but I think this would be a great product to have once he's ready for it!

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  3. I've not used this product. But I've been thinking of getting something like it as my son is in the in between stage of potty training where he's trained at home but in public.. not so much.

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  4. Try to put them on the potty as often as possible!

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  5. I have not tried them but I would say to take it easy and not stress too much the kid will figure it out.
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  6. I have not tried this product but I think it would be wonderful. I have 2 year old twins who are refusing to use the potty right now. The big potty scares them and their potty chair they just want to play with. We are taking our time with them though and trying to encourage them to use the potty but also letting them go at their own pace.

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  7. I have not used these before. But I need to get some for my 3 Year Old son. Public toilets freak me out!!

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  8. I haven't used these before.
    My advice is don't push the issue of potty training with your child no matter what age they are. They will train in their own time and making a big deal about it will make potty training impossibly stressful for everyone!

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  9. I have not used PottyCovers before, but now that I know about them I would like to have a package to keep in the car for those unexpected public restroom stops.

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  10. I have no experience with Potty Training! These would be for my niece :) I like the idea my cousin goes crazy when she is in a public restroom so she would love this for her kids!!
    fb: Rab Pom

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