Potty Training Bundle

£28.99

  • 2-In-1 Travel Potty and Toilet Trainer
  • Reward chart with stickers
  • Potty Training certificate
  • 20-Page Potty Training Guide
  • Luxury carry bag for easy, mess free and hygienic travel
  • Different colours available
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Easily converts to a folding potty trainer seat with legs that lock into place when opened 

Support & guidance with exclusive potty training expert advice

3 super absorbent, leak-proof, and easy-to-use disposable liners

 Potette Plus 2-in-1 in action!

FAQs

Can I use Potette at home?

You can definitely make the most of your Potette out & about as well as inside your home. You can do this by folding the legs outwards until flat and the Potette can be used as a training seat by simply placing it on top of the toilet.

Can I use Potette at home?

You can make the most of your Potette out & about as well as inside your home. You can do this by folding the legs outwards until flat and the Potette can be used as a training seat by simply placing it on top of the toilet.

What is the right age to start Potty Training?

Although the average age to commence potty training is 27 months, it is important not to become too fixated with age, and instead look for signs that your child is physically, socially, and emotionally ready. Some children begin the process earlier, and others later. It is about working within your child’s individual developmental timeframe.

Some signs which suggest that they may be ready to commence the potty training process, include:-

-Waking up dry after a nap and going at least 2 hours without wetting (this gives us an indicator that their bladder is developing)

-Using potty training language and starts showing an interest in their potty and/or others using the toilet (suggests they are showing interest)

-Hiding when they use their nappy (suggests they are aware of the signs they need to go and are able to act on this)

-Tell you when they have gone (they recognise the feeling of a wet nappy, show a desire not to remain wet, and have the communication skills to inform you of such)

This is just a guide – individual children may not demonstrate all of these behaviours.

It is important that your child is not showing any signs of UTI or constipation before starting the process. It is usually advantageous to wait until a time when there is not too much going on – big life events such as a new baby or moving house or usually not a great time to commence the process.

– Susan Wallace / Settled Petals Expert

How do I clean Potette?

Remove any liners from your Potette. The easy wipe surface can be kept clean with warm soapy water, household cleaner, or antibacterial wipes. The legs can be detached for hassle-free sanitation. We would recommend letting your Potette air dry before adding liners.

Easily converts to a folding potty trainer seat with legs that lock into place when opened

Support & guidance with exclusive potty training expert advice

3 super absorbent, leak-proof and easy-to-use disposable liners

 Potette Plus 2-in-1 in action!

FAQs

Can I use Potette at home?

You can definitely make the most of your Potette out & about as well as inside your home. You can do this by folding the legs outwards until flat and the Potette can be used as a training seat by simply placing it on top of the toilet.

Can I use Potette at home?

You can make the most of your Potette out & about as well as inside your home. You can do this by folding the legs outwards until flat and the Potette can be used as a training seat by simply placing it on top of the toilet.

What is the right age to start Potty Training?

Although the average age to commence potty training is 27 months, it is important not to become too fixated with age, and instead look for signs that your child is physically, socially, and emotionally ready. Some children begin the process earlier, and others later. It is about working within your child’s individual developmental timeframe.

Some signs which suggest that they may be ready to commence the potty training process, include:-

-Waking up dry after a nap and going at least 2 hours without wetting (this gives us an indicator that their bladder is developing)

-Using potty training language and starts showing an interest in their potty and/or others using the toilet (suggests they are showing interest)

-Hiding when they use their nappy (suggests they are aware of the signs they need to go and are able to act on this)

-Tell you when they have gone (they recognise the feeling of a wet nappy, show a desire not to remain wet, and have the communication skills to inform you of such)

This is just a guide – individual children may not demonstrate all of these behaviours.

It is important that your child is not showing any signs of UTI or constipation before starting the process. It is usually advantageous to wait until a time when there is not too much going on – big life events such as a new baby or moving house or usually not a great time to commence the process.

– Susan Wallace / Settled Petals Expert

How do I clean Potette?

Remove any liners from your Potette. The easy wipe surface can be kept clean with warm soapy water, household cleaner, or antibacterial wipes. The legs can be detached for hassle-free sanitation. We would recommend letting your Potette air dry before adding liners.

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