Sunday, April 7, 2013

PottyCover Review and Giveaway

Disposable Toilet Seat Covers For Kids

My daughter just turned 3 and we've been potty training her for about a year now. While she has everything down pat, she still wears a diaper to bed and when we go places. The majority of the time she will ask to use the potty, unless she's having too much fun, which results in an accident, hence the reason she still wears a diaper when we go out.

Another bit of information pertinent to this review is that I was NEVER a germaphobe years back, I only washed my hands when they were dirty and I didn't care what I touched, but that all changed when I had my daughter (haha no I'm not one of those people that has to sanitize everything). Now I'm constantly thinking about what I've touched that has the potential of getting her sick, I actually dread using public bathrooms because lets face it some people are just nasty.

So, when I was given the opportunity to review the PottyCover, I jumped on it. Dealing with dirty toilets will be one less thing I have to worry about now because these Potty Covers are great, whether you use them for your kids or even yourself (I know I'm not the only one that's used a toilet that was so gross, that I sat above it).


The top of the PottyCover is made out of a non-woven fabric and the bottom is lined with thin plastic (compare to seran wrap), which means it's waterproof, so nothing is going to seep through from the top of the toilet seat. From the picture I saw I thought it was gong to be thick and kind of bulky (aka a pain to carry around, especially for being disposable), but I was surprised to find that they are thin, light, and the individually wrapped package is only about the length of a hand, so it can easily be put inside a purse.

When placed over a toilet seat it fits perfectly. The front flap covers almost the entire front of the toilet, while the side flaps cover a few inches past the top lid, so you don't have to worry about your child grabbing the dirtiest part of the toilet while they try to balance themselves. Once you or your child are finished with the PottyCover just roll/crumple it up and throw it out.

I would recommend this product to anyone whether parent or individual, especially if they go on long car rides, where pit stops have to be made and restrooms are far from clean.

A pack of PottyCover sells for $5.99 and it is available on Amazon, Ebay, all Buy Buy Baby stores around the country and at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores.

Visit their website for more information. 

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