ADVERTISEMENT

It never fails. Every shopping trip, as soon as my kids notice the "Restroom" sign at a store, they suddenly have "go to the bathroom badly"! I have two boys, so it's supposed to be easy right? Wrong! My 4 year old has asked for privacy before. Thinking he was just going to stand and handle his business like a "normal" guy, I found him undressing himself completely, because he's more comfortable going to the bathroom naked. Goodness, we're not home! Sometimes he sits, sometimes he stands...but for moments when he finds it easier to just sit, his hands are on sides of the seat holding himself in place. Yuck! Now instead of just washing his hands afterwards, I'm sanitizing and scrubbing his poor little hands, they don't make plastic gloves his size!

The opportunity to review PottyCovers came about. They are marketed towards parents on the go with potty training children, but I have found them to be quite useful for anyone of any age going to a public bathroom. Like most women, going to a public bathroom is kind of gross and uncomfortable. Squatting is a hassle, especially if you have shopping bags, a purse and no hook to hook them on. Sitting on a toilet is a definite no-no and those cheap little paper seat covers aren't saving anyone! We're wiping seats with tissue, then looking for covers. If there are none we're piling layers of tissue around the seats to save our tush. Too much work if you ask me!



These potty covers are fantastic. They cover the whole seat and sides. It's one of those products that make me say "why didn't I think of that?" I give it 5 stars!

I don't need it for my home bathrooms, but just so I can see how it fits "in real life" I placed a cover onto my toilet seat. It really does cover the whole thing nicely and covers my seat just like in the photo below! I can't wait until next time I go shopping with my boys. I'm keeping a few in my purse so I'll have enough for my kids and one that I can offer to someone else I see with a child! Just so they can tell me how useful it is!

Things to love:
-This product is waterproof!
-Each cover individually wrapped.
-Has a layer of plastic
-Not a cheap sheet of paper!
-Fits into purse or pocket easily!
-Cover entire toilet seat and sides
-Six seat covers per package.

Enter to win your own set of PottyCovers!!!

Can't wait? Buy it now! "A pack of PottyCover sells for $5.99 and it is available on Amazon, Ebay, all Buy Buy Baby stores and at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores."

Views: 15

Comment

You need to be a member of Mom Bloggers Club to add comments!

Join Mom Bloggers Club

FOLLOW US

OUR BLOG

Cultural cities in the US to visit with kids

Family breaks are a great way to have fun together and make some memories that will last a lifetime, but choosing a city break in the US can also help your family to learn and grow together. With a large selection of cultural destinations on offer across the country, parents are spoiled for choice when it…

OUR DAILY PINS

Latest Activity

Wanda Jefferson posted a video

Endless Reader (Level 1) - Educational Reading Learning App for Kids

Apps4Kids presents Endless Reader by Originator. ➔ App Download (Apple App Store): https://goo.gl/lSlJ9M ➔ App Download (Google Play App Store): https://goo....
3 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson posted a blog post
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson posted a status
""If you want to make anything go viral, let it be love"-Wanda Jefferson"
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson posted a status
""If you want to make anything go viral, let it be love"-Wanda Jefferson"
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson liked Susan Keefe's blog post Okay, Okay by Fred Krebsbach
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson liked Miles Bonanno's blog post A Parent's Thoughts On President Trump
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson liked Kristen Luciani's blog post Special Announcement To Benefit St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital & Giveaway!
4 hours ago
Wanda Jefferson liked Cara Rich's blog post Facing My Past, For My Kids
4 hours ago

Advertisement

© 2017   Created by Mom Bloggers Club.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service