ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners, 30 Count

ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners, 30 Count

Flush away the dirty work of potty training! ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners are the easiest way to clean toddler potty chairs. Patent pending liner fits over the removable bowl of any potty chair and provides a protective barrier so waste can be easily removed with the liner and flushed. There’s no need to dump, scrub, and sanitize the potty chair each time! The liners are strong enough for holding liquid and solid waste in the potty bowl, while soluble enough that they start to break down when disposed in the toilet. Water-soluble and certified 100% biodegradable and compostable per ASTM standards. Unlike Polyethylene plastic, which can take 500 to 1000 years to decompose in landfills, ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners will biodegrade and break down in water. Liners are free of BPA, Phthalates, and PVC.

Main features

  • The easiest way to clean toddler potty chairs. Simply remove liner with waste, dispose in toilet, and flush. No more dumping, scrubbing, and sanitizing the potty chair!
  • Patent pending liner is strong enough for holding liquid and solid waste in the potty bowl, while soluble enough that it starts to break down when disposed in the toilet
  • Universal fit design works with most potty chairs with a removable bowl
  • Sewer/septic safe and water-soluble
  • Certified 100% biodegradable and compostable per ASTM standards

Verified reviews


Work great in simulated testing!

In March, I was all gung ho about starting potty training and was so excited to find these eco-friendly liners.Well, my kid (2.5 years old) wasn’t. At. All. She is actually the complete opposite of gung ho (gung no??).For example, while she was watching Bambi, sans diaper:Mama: “Honey, do you have to go pee pee?”Lily: “No, Mama.”Mama: “Are you SURE?”Lily: “No pee pee, Mama.”5 minutes later: *pees on Daddy’s leather chair*Sigh.It’s now the end of April, and potty training is at a complete stall.However, while my kid still has ZERO interest in telling me when she needs to go pee/poop, refuses to sit on the potty, doesn’t care when she pees on the floor (or on Daddy’s leather chair), and isn’t at all bothered by poop in her diapers… mommy has only been able to test these liners with warm water instead of toddler pee. Toddlers have no respect for adult plans.In my simulated usage of ToddleGreen liners, they are awesome! They fit our little froggy potty chair, hold warm water long enough to transfer the full liner to the toilet, and break down in water so they can be flushed. When the time comes to use them with actual bodily fluids, the potty chair will stay clean and sanitary because of these liners!The liners are made out of polyvinyl alcohol, which is a water-soluble synthetic polymer that is odorless and nontoxic. It has many uses, but one of them is in eye drops as a lubricant, so that makes me feel really ok about it touching my kiddo’s bum!Please pray that my potty training journey will soon rev up and be successful! I’m tired of changing diapers. 🙂 I’ll update this review when I am actually able to test these out with pee. That just sounds SO glamorous.

Jewel College City, CA

Nothing bad to say

Once I receive it and opened the box, I realized that the concept is genius, but you can just line the potty with any old extra shopping bag you have laying around. It’s not these bags have a special tie or even an elastic rim to help it stay in place. It’s just a large sandwich bag with a different label n the box. I’m sure ill use them up once baby starts potty training though.

Kelly La Center, KY

This was useless

The bag dissolved after mere seconds after being urinated on. I understand wanting it to dissolve in water, but I did think it would take a few minutes. I do not recommend this.

Coleen Fort Meade, FL


Potty training can be frustrating but clean up is a breeze with these liners. I was skeptical when I first touched them but they have held up so far. It fits the Bjorn Potty perfectly (same one on that is shown on the cover of the package). The waste doesn’t sit for more than ten minutes in the potty. She either gets wiped up or washed up immediately, diapered, changed and then we go back and dump the bag in the toilet. I let the bag sit in my toilet for the bag to break down a bit (not a necessity but I’d rather it break down than back up my pipes). These bags are a bit pricey but sooooo worth the ease of cleanup.

Leonor Finksburg, MD

Save yourself the money and put some old grocery sacks in a gallon Ziploc bag.

We have one of the smallest potty chairs on the market. The removable potty insert doesn’t have handles, it doesn’t even have the shield in front for little boys and yet these bags were too small to fit over the insert. I prefer grabbing an old grocery bag out of the sack full of grocery bags that we all have stashed somewhere in our house. Granted, I can’t flush it, but I can tie it up and toss it in the outside trash. And best of all, old grocery sacks are free. I would not buy this again nor would I recommend it to anyone else.

Nona Thayer, MO

not worth the money

Does not fit the potty we purchased for our daughter. The liner did not hold up, once the it had been peed in, it started to disintegrate immediately.

Antonia Millfield, OH

Run a little small

Got these to use with my Baby Bjorn potty seats. They do the job, but could be a little larger. Would have given 5 stars otherwise. I can get them over the inner seat, but they almost don’t fit. With a girl it’s probably not an issue, but with a little boy, if the pee doesn’t go in, it’s counter productive.

Eddie Sanger, CA