Potty training is a major concern for many parents. We received several questions from parents where they have asked about the right age to potty train their child. What do you guys think about this? What are the basic things a parent should keep in mind during potty trained their child?
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It should be between 18 months to 3 years old. Though it is sturdy, and it is hard to deal with different kids. As many researchers say, boys take more time and girls take less time for training. Boys are stubborn in potty training, but my personal experience is different. As compared to my daughter, my son behaved very well and didn't give me a tough time.
Even at the age of 8, he started using his own toilet. Yes, we installed a new toilet in his bathroom after having reviews of good home toilets from here, and I can proudly say he always keeps his toilet clean. I didn't bother a lot to clean his toilet. However, in this current coronavirus pandemic, I spray chlorine mixed water spray for all of our bathrooms to remove germs and viruses.