Highly recommended by parents of children of all ages!
- Safely removes stains and odors caused by formula, spit-up,food, urine, vomit, diarrhea and more
- Use on clothing, mattresses, carpeting, upholstery, diapers, bedding, training pants
- Safe for all colorfast fabrics and flame resistant sleepwear
- Combines mild detergents and natural enzymes to eliminate stains and odors
I use this all the time for my mattress when a diaper leaks. It leaves my mattress smelling clean (a little strong-smelling, but I can live with that) and neutralizes the urine smell. No idea why it isn’t carried in stores.
Vonda Silva, MO
This is the best stain remover. Sometimes you have to scrub or soak it for a while but it gets out stains that I had trouble getting out with bleach even! I’ve found it in stores at Meijer, and Babies r us, and I think Walmart. Great product, I recommend it to all new moms!
Eloise Pottsville, TX
I used it on a mattress. Followed instructions on bottle. Stains are still barely there, but absolutely no order left behind.I also use it on clothes.
Harriett Eldersville, PA
The Summer Infant Lil’ Loo Potty is perfect for your potty training toddler. The stylish, comfortable potty blends with your existing bathroom decor. An easy to remove pot and high splash guard for boys make clean up quick and simple. The high back seat provides additional comfort and support for your little one.
- Removable pot for quick and easy clean-up
- High back for support and comfort
- Splash guard for boys
My daughter started training herself at 16mo. She would sign ‘potty’ when she needed to go and I would put her on the toilet and she would go. She was using the regular toilet (w assistance) for a month. My bright idea was to get her her own potty, big mistake. She hated this thing as soon as I put it in the bathroom. Completely stopped letting us know when it was time to go. Tried going back to the regular toilet and then a reducer seat that you place on top, no luck. She’s now almost 18mo and not potty training at all. The product seemed fine to me, just a bad experience.
Melba Lowell, AR
I would not change a thing about this seat. It is easy for my Toddler boy (27lb/ 33in) to use. He can plant his feet on the ground so he feels more secure. Smaller children could use it too. It is easy to clean: (I just empty, rinse, and wipe with sanitizing wipe). My LO can empty the bowl himself. It doesn’t have silly gimmicks (sounds, step-stool, etc) to distract a tot from it’s intended use. Can’t beat the price. We purchased multiples: have one at babysitter, car (usually easier than public restrooms), and home.Pros:Simple DesignGreat sizeEasy to cleanLightweightVery Cost EffectiveCons:I really can’t think of any
Iris Chimayo, NM
we also have the more expensive baby bjorn but we needed more potties and this one has a good price. This one is bigger and has a bigger footprint as well. Otherwise there doesn’t seem to be too much of a difference for us. We have a toddler so I’m not sure if the bigger size would be good with infants. We also have a girl and the pee guard is more than adequate. definitely not a travel potty.
Deena Abingdon, VA
Kalencom potette plus value pack liners. Kalencom potette plus 30 liner refills value pack. Disposable liners hold up to 5 ounces of liquid; liners are lightly scented to absorb odors.
- 100% Plastic
- Kalencom Potette Plus 30 Liner Refills value pack
- Disposable liners hold up to 5 ounces of liquid; Liners are lightly scented to absorb odors
- Liner handles secure to the potty and the tie closes the liner after use
My daughter potty trained at 2 years old and while she did great at home had a very difficult time in public restrooms. We have used this potty countless times when the public bathroom was either too "scary" or there just wasn’t one around. I recommend the disposable bags that go with the potty. Peace of mind it won’t leak and fits on the potty easily. I usually stack three on there so there’s always one ready to go.
Rosemary Camp Dennison, OH
The Potette Plus and its disposable liners are the first recommendation out of my mouth whenever a friend mentions she is about to start potty training her child. Seriously! You will not regret this purchase. The amazing design feature here is that the bag totally covers the frame of the potty, so there is nothing to clean. You just throw away the bag afterward and fold up the frame. We have used ours almost daily for over 2 years now. When I was potty training my daughter, I brought it everywhere – around town in the car, to the park, to the zoo, on road trips – everywhere! When I had my son, I bought a second one just so I could leave one in the stroller and one in the car. I am totally gagged out by port-a-potties, so this has saved me on many an occasion from having to use one. Also, I have never felt so efficient at a gas station as when I am pumping gas and one or both of my children is/are using our nice clean potty while our infant is sleeping peacefully in her carseat.
Elda Lagrangeville, NY
If you took a slightly thicker than average plastic grocery bag with no holes in it, cut a 3" by 4" square out of a diaper, you would have nearly the exact functionality and look of this product. I regret the purchase.
Lila Garretson, SD
Fisher-Price Perfect Fit Potty Ring: A unique “perfect fit” handle allows this potty ring to quickly and easily adjust to fit most toilet seats. Handles on the potty ring help toddlers feel comfortable and secure on the big toilet, and an integrated splash guard and easy-to-clean design makes potty training easier for mom, too! Comes with a hook to hang it on the side of the toilet for convenient, space-saving storage.
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- Easy to clean
- Comfortable contoured seat
- Integrated splash guard for boys
- Quick and easy to put on and take off
- Adjusts to fit most toilet seats (Not recommended for use on padded seats)
I love this potty seat. It snaps on easily and is the perfect size for my daughter. The only issue I have is that she can easily pop it off. I wish it held on a little tighter, but after telling her not to pull on it a couple times, she mostly leaves it alone.I absolutely love the back rest and the side handles. Everything is so well thought out for what a toddler needs.
Francesca Sugar Tree, TN
I started early potty training my baby at 7 mos. Love the back support on this as she was pretty young, though strong. I just per her on it and she went (I knew she was a morning pooper… try it when you know your baby will go… it’s fairly normal for them to try).Of course I have to sit by her as she could easily fall off the toilet if I walked away and she wanted to follow. But sitting next to her, it’s fine. She grabs handles on sides sometimes too.So much better than the baby bjorn potty I used at first. It was well made, but I hated the cleanup. I put my (now 10.5 month old) on the potty and she poops every morning. So nice just flushing down and not dumping and cleaning poop off a potty.So saving diapers and off to a good potty training start.
Genevieve Westhampton Beach, NY
I’m very satisfied with this toilet seat. It’s not squishy & the texture feels like a toilet seat lid. The bottom has brackets that keep it from sliding. There is not snapping it onto the toilet, just set it on top & it’s ready to go. It also has a hook that fits on the side of the toilet. The potty has a hole in the back so it can hang securly so doesn’t seem to accidentally be able to be knocked off while hanging, my 3 year old hangs it by himself when he’s done. It fits perfectly, we have a round shaped style toilet, it doesn’t slide at all & my 3 year old can get on it without worrying about slipping. We will still use our blue & yellow potette plus potty because it great to use in restaurants so we don’t have to try to him up on the seat. The potette folds up nicely and comes in it’s own travel bag which we store in a back pack.
Kathryn Silsbee, TX
The Caboose is compact, a mere 2.5″ tall when closed, and 4″ tall when ready for use. It is 8″ x 10″ and weighs just under a pound. There is room to store a diaper when closed. Any size diaper works in the potty. If you don’t have any diapers, you can still use the potty, although that defeats the genius of the Caboose. The carrying bag has a sturdy handle, it zips open quickly and has a small fabric insert to ward off odors.
- It’s Convenient! With our patented diaper-catching design, give your toddler a clean , real potty that works. Because when you gotta go, you gotta go!
- It’s Compact! So small, it fits on a standard sheet of paper. The top fits in the base for even more compact storage. It can fit in your diaper bag, or under the stroller, or on the floorboard of the car.
- Teachable Moments Away From Home! Families today are busier than ever and potty training on the go is tougher than on our home turf.
I used this product with biodegradable diaper inserts like Flip, gDiapers, and GroVia inserts. They worked well with this potty, but the potty itself could be better if the potty snapped together before use. The fact that the two parts do not snap onto each other before the child sits on it is unfortunate because it causes the two parts to move, and doesn’t offer a secured, stable seat for the child. I hope that the company takes notice of this request. Other than that, it is a super compact, portable potty.
Jewell Sharon, MS
We love love love this potty. I actually recommend it to ALL of my mommy friends. Yes, it has its kinks but nothing’s perfect 🙂 Our daughter was potty trained at 21 months but she was always afraid of public restrooms, mostly because of the accelerator hand dryers. I was even more terrified of my little girl using nasty public restrooms. Enter the bonaco potty… I love that we were able to use our unused diapers then wrap it up as you normally would and dump it or store it for future disposal. The other systems we looked at had liners that leaked, or just kept the waster until you could dispose it….disgusting. We also love the small size making it very portable to take with us every where including the train and plane. I really appreciate having this potty, and not having to force my little one to use a public restroom. GET.IT.NOW!
Ila Tallahassee, FL
I love the concept of this travel potty – a great way for easy clean up and also to use up those left over diapers. However 2 things Im not sure I love.. 1 it doesnt stay together well and 2 the diaper inside doesnt stay put too well. when my daughter finally used it (she was a little afraid to at first) the diaper shifted and we still got pee on the inside and had to clean it out. Who knows, maybe it was her. I like how small and light it is, and can still put it in my diaper bag in case i need it and she wont go elsewhere. I think it is worth purchasing to try out if you are potty training
Aisha Carpio, ND
Dora Folding Travel Potty Seat ‘Bubbles’
- Dora The Explorer
- Soft, comfortable and durable
- Easy to clean, fold, pack and go
- Fits regular toilets
- 24 months to 5 years
I was hesitant to get my daughter the Winnie the Pooh version of this potty seat because of all the reviews saying how flimsy it is, and how it shifts around, and how it pinches, but my daughter loves hers. She’s 40 lbs and it doesn’t bend, or slip around when placed on the toilet as per the directions. I can see how the directions could be beyond some people’s comprehension. I mean it’s not like there’s pictures on the box that show EXACTLY how to use it or anything. 🙂
Camille Shakopee, MN
This seat does work for traveling, and my daughter likes Dora, but it is very unstable and makes me worried. I have to keep a close proximity to keep my daughter stable, and you need to make sure that you snap it open properly before your child sits or there is danger of pinching. The plastic just slides very easily on almost all porcelain bowls so that it is hard to keep the seat where it will be supported correctly. It is really only useful as a resort in public restroom with a large diameter toilet that can’t be straddled by a small bottom.
Rocio Milford, ME
i suppose this seat is better than layering tons of toilet paper on a toilet bowl. this folding seat may be appealing to little ones because it comes decorated with familiar characters (e.g., sesame street, dora, etc). but there is nothing to hold it in place on a toilet seat. my twins can’t relax enough to ‘go’ while sitting on it because the hinges are flimsy so the seat feels like it’s about to give way under them. they’re small (27lb) 2yos, so i can’t imagine what would happen if they weighed more. save your money and get a more stable travel potty seat!
Carolyn Lemoore, CA
With Best Bottom’s feet wet inserts, children in training know when they’re having an accident something that is essential to the potty training process. Two layers of microfiber absorb the bulk of the moisture and prevent leaks, while the surface layer of cotton flannel retains a wet feel.
- Made in the USA
- The top layer leaves just enough moisture for kits to know with they’ve had an accident
- Absorbent microfiber layer helps to prevent leaks
- Cute prints so kids want to avoid accidents
- Machine washable and dryable
These inserts are great for potty training. They don’t often leak onto the underwear they attach to. They are very absorbent, but the side that is against the toddler’s skin maintains a feeling of wetness so the child can identify when an accident has occurred.
Pamela Charlton, MA
Rated a 2 star because I received a different color than indicated;disappointing to my son and I. They are a mess to clean up if your child has a BM. The liner actually acted as a slide sending the BM up and out of the sides of the training pants. My 2 year old hates these inserts, he fights me because of how awkward they fit. The two stars come from it being shipped quickly and made in the US.Note: He will put on the "Best Bottom Training Pants" over his "Gerber Potty Training Pants" for added leak protection when we are out and about, but the inserts are just taking up room in his dresser. I will be rating the "Best Bottom Training Pants" without the liners a 5 star for leak protection.
Kara Leewood, WV
they are exactly what they say they are. only thing I don’t like is the feel of them. but that’s prob just me. feels like the rags that soak lot of water in for when you wash your car.
Deidre Rosedale, LA
Designed for use at multiple stages of toilet training, the Munchkin Arm and Hammer 3 in 1 Potty Seat is comfortable for your child through the many stages of potty training. A built in splashguard prevents splatter, while side grips are easy to grasp for stability. The potty seat’s bowl removes for easy cleaning. As a sit down potty chair, it includes built in wipes that are safe to flush and is designed to help your child with toilet training. The top of the Potty Seat can be used on a regular toilet, and the whole seat converts to a convenient step stool. The 3 in 1 Potty Seat integrates the power of baking soda for a safe way to eliminate odors. The Munchkin Arm and Hammer 3 in 1 Potty Seat is the winner of the 2011 Innovation Award given by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA). Set includes (1) potty, (1) snap in baking soda freshener and (2) 36 count Potty Wipes.
- Functions as a potty chair, removable trainer seat and a sturdy step stool
- Powered by odor eliminating baking soda
- Includes two 36 count built in flushable wipes and 1 baking soda freshener disc
- Potty Wipe Refills and baking soda fresheners sold separately
- 18 plus months
We are currently potty training, and this potty has really worked extremely well for us. The height and shape of the seat seem to be really good for our daughter, and the fact that it looks similar to a normal toilet is a plus as well. She gets excited about using it. The wipes fit nicely into the side of the potty and are at a place where she can reach, so that it makes it easy for her to help wipe. Of course, you have to buy the Arm & Hammer wipes to use that feature, but it’s still not bad. The bowl is a good shape for emptying fairly easily as well.I also really love the fact that this will eventually become a training seat that attaches to the normal toilet. Personally, we haven’t found the step stool option to be particularly useful, primarily because we already have a step stool for hand washing and there’s no real reason to switch to moving the seat back and forth. However, I’m sure the step stool could come in handy for some folks. The fresheners are not something I plan to continue using. They help a little bit, but honestly, this is potty training and it’s not going to smell like flowers no matter what you do.Overall, I would recommend this to parents gearing up for potty training. Our daughter likes it and we’re happy with the way it’s been working for us.
Kitty Loretto, VA
The potty comes conveniently already set up and the first thing I noticed when we opened it was the smell. Not a nasty smell, but a very nice smell that smells almost like something I can eat. It turned out to be the Arm & Hammer Deodorizing disc with odor eliminating baking soda which is used for odor control. I don’t think I’ll need an air freshener with that around. I love the fact that it can be used as a step stool and when my daughter stepped on it there was no fear of it tipping over. I must say that it is indeed sturdily made.Once it’s opened it comes with this handy convenient toddler flushable wipes. Yay for your bathroom toilet because we all know you’re not supposed to flush baby wipes down there. The great thing about these is that these comes as refills which can be purchased separately but it does come with 2 and each contains 36 wipes.The deodorizer was a very simple install. Just click and its in. Right above the potty seat. The only problem I really had, and it was a very small problem was getting the flushable wipes in the side where it belongs. I love where it is located. My toddler can grab it easily and when she finally understand how to properly wipe she can do this for herself.The white removable trainer seat can be used on the toilet when she’s big enough to use the adult toilet like a big kid. The green bowl is where everything is collected and is very easy to clean. It is relatively small compared to some we’ve seen but not too small to be considered unusable.We love that it is a complete potty training system. Now you longer have to buy a potty training seat for the toilet. You also don’t have to buy a step stool either. The deodorizer is a very nice added touch. No one really needs to leave the bathroom smelling stinky. This will clearly clear up all that stinky smell. You will surely be saving money in the long run by buying this and to be honest you really don’t need to buy the flushable wipes refill, they’re really just recommended.So yes we love our new potty and we recommend it! It gets my toddlers Two Tiny Thumbs Up! You can find a full review with photos on our blog GrowingUpMadison.com
Joan Danvers, IL
I don’t really like how so many potty seats look like toys. The bright colors and music is just a distraction from the task at hand. This potty seat looks like a small toilet. When the cover is closed, it looks like and can act as a small step stool. I appreciate this; it means that when you walk into the bathroom, it doesn’t scream BABY TOILET!!!My daughter just made 1, and while we are not full on toilet training we are getting used to the potty. It seems comfortable enough and she doesn’t mind sitting on it. The toilet has a built in “splash guard”, which does get in the way a little when she is getting on and off the toilet. It isn’t removable, and I’m sure I’d be glad for it if I had a little boy. But I don’t, so I’m not. The lid has a built in spot for an air freshener. It’s a cute idea, but if I’m being honest I doubt I’ll ever refill it after the one that came with the seat runs out. However, who knows. Maybe I’ll find that it makes so much of a difference I’m willing to pay for refills. I feel the same way about the potty wipes. They are very convenient and fit nicely on the side of the potty, but I probably won’t buy those refills either. They are considerably more expensive than the wipes I use right now. I’m not sure why I would pay more for these.The top of the seat is removable and fits on an actual toilet. It is designed as a generic fits-all-toilets topper. This means it fits all toilets poorly, although I don’t know that any devices of this type would fit any better. I tried it on both toilets in my house. One is a normal seat and one is elongated. It fits MUCH better on the normal seat.
Nadine Herkimer, NY