Monday, July 16, 2012

Potty Cover Review and Giveaway!

One of the things I dread most about being out and about with my little ones is taking them to do their business in a public restroom.  Public toilets can be downright gross, and I've heard horror stories from my husband about men's rooms.  In fact, their have been some occasions in which he's volunteered to take one or the other of our potty trained children to the bathroom, only to re-emerge saying "it's too gross in there.  You'd better take them this time."


But what is there to do?  When they've gotta go, they've gotta go.


I've recently discovered that there's a solution to putting your little one's tush on a dirty toilet seat--Potty Cover.  Potty Cover sent me a six pack to try.


My husband was the first to give it a test run.  He came out saying "it's huge!  It covers everything."  This was, of course, a good thing.  Not only did it protect our little guy from the yucky public toilet, but it also protected the toilet from additional yuckiness via 2 year old boy sprinkler action.


Next time around, it was my turn.  This time with our 4 year old daughter.  I, too, was impressed.  The Potty Cover was compact, but unfolded to cover everything you'd want to be covered.  It was easy to use, soft, and did the job.  Hurray for germ free relief!


Potty Cover can be purchased via Amazon, eBay, and Bed Bath and Beyond, to name a few.  Check them out and alleviate some of the anxiety surrounding potty training today!


The kind folks at Potty Cover are offering to give away a pack to one lucky reader of Gluten Free Motherhood.  Get your entries in via the Rafflecopter form below.







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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.

5 comments:

  1. This would be to use with my 3 year old.
    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  2. I'm thinking this will be great to have once we start potty training. Public bathrooms, yuck!

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  3. This might be a great idea i usually just hold them up. Is it pretty easy to put it on? I am usually in a rush..

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