The Cumberland Companies LLC sent me their Tidy Tots disposable potty chair liners to review. Each box has up to 48 uses, with 2-3 uses per pad. It was simple for me to set up the liners. You place the liner on the potty chair, put the absorbent pad in the liner, and when it's time to clean up, remove the liner and toss it!
I like the ties on these potty chair liners, which adds to the convenience of using them. Cleaning the potty chair the traditional way has been such a dreadful task.
I've used these liners for about two weeks, and my little one loves going to the "potty" now!
I have been trying to take pictures of our potty chair with the liner, but as soon as I replace one, my son sees it and wants to go "potty" right away. These disposable liners fit virtually any potty chair thanks to their design and ease of use. We even brought the Tidy Tots liners with us during our vacation, and the convenience and hassle-free clean-up let us all enjoy our vacations much more!
Tidy Tots disposable potty chair liners are sold on Amazon.com and through their online store. They have excellent reviews and this product lives up to that excellence in my opinion. I would recommend having a few boxes of these both at home and for road trips or vacations.
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My daughter would turn and flip her potty chair over after she was done if we didn't keep an exact eye on her. Even glancing away for a minute. Worst experience ever. Thanks for the review!ReplyDelete
My baby girl had a habit of taking the pan out of the potty and empty it into the tub, as if it was the trash can...ReplyDelete
The potty chair allways came of with the kids!ReplyDelete
potty chairs allways smelt...:/ReplyDelete
The chair always flipped and turned.ReplyDelete
Having the kids go potty and then throw something into their potty :/ReplyDelete
My son took forever to potty. He was about 4 1/2 until he was fully potty trained. He just didnt care anything about it. He would hold number two so long that he would become constipated. :(ReplyDelete
I think with my second one it was a lot easier, I wasnt stressed out so much. I learned to take it easy and the kid will learn on her ownReplyDelete
tryed to potty train my 2 yr old right before my daughters birth,it failedReplyDelete
My daughter had an accident on the boardwalk this summer!ReplyDelete
Worst potty training...let's just say there was fingerpainting :(.ReplyDelete
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