Saturday, June 16, 2012

PottyCover Review and Giveaway

The day I anticipated had arrived. . . my toddler had completely potty trained! No more emergency washing of the carseat cover; no more dirty cloth trainers to wash. But now another set of difficulties emerged -- how could I get my little toddler to use a public restroom and come out germ-free? Carefully -- was my best answer!

I wish I had known the benefits of the PottyCover then!

The first thing I appreciate about the PottyCover is the discreetness. The cover comes individually wrapped and is easy to put into any purse -- sure beats the folded, plastic travel seat I tried to remember to have at all times (but unfortunately left in the car one too many a times).

As you can see, the PottyCover has "the largest coverage of all seat covers on the market." No need to worry about your child holding on to the toilet seat or your child's leg or underwear touching the underside of the toilet.

The only thing I would have liked better is for the opening to be slightly smaller, as it's marketed for little ones with little toochies! Even though I found out about PottyCovers later than I would have liked, it's never too late to properly take care of business!

You can buy the PottyCover on Amazon, Ebay, all Buy Buy Baby stores around the country and at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores for $5.99, which is a good price point to try it out.
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  1. I just think about all the germs they touch!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  2. My girls and 2 and 6, I get grossed out thinking about their dangling legs! Yuck!

  3. I'm just thinking about potty training so these might come in handy. I don't want to carry around a potty with me when I go out. How does one even do that? I don't want my toddler touching ANYTHING in the bathroom. Nothing at all. They are so so gross those bathrooms! But at least it's not Taiwan. No squatters for us please.

  4. She usually ends up putting her hands down on the seat even though I tell her Don't Touch Anything like a million times. And sometimes it's hard to get to the sink to wash and rinse properly or the water is on some magical sensor that only works for certain people. I'm disgusted by the mess people leave behind sometimes. I'd hate to see their bathrooms at home.

  5. The worst thing is that i dont think they ever clean the walls of those stalls, and hands are always on them when going potty! Ahh i hate public bathrooms!

  6. All the people--he likes his bathroom privacy!

    Laurasu82 at

  7. Getting germs from the toilet seat, it having to touch her body at all

    Carmen Q

  8. I hate that people can't clean up after themselves in the stall