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PottyCover Review and Giveaway

If you have ever taken a small child to the restroom in public you know how scary it can be for them and well even us sometimes! Not only are the toilets covered in goodness knows what but they are big and can be quite overwhelming! The PottyCover is a great way to help not only protect your child from the germs that may be crawling all over the toilet, but to make it a more friendly environment for them to be in.
With a 4 year old little girl not only are germs "EVERYWHERE" but from her reaction they will most certainly be the end of her.lol She has had so much fun using these. We took one with us out shopping today and it was great. It's small size very easily fit into my purse and we were ready to go. It is durable enough that I didn't have to worry about tears like you would a toilet cover the store provide, but it was easily disposed of after we finished.
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. There are 6 in a pack and if you ask me it is money well spent. Our family goes camping often and sometimes the potty at the camp site is less the up to 4 year old girl standards and she will hold it till she can no longer hold it. Obviously this is unhealthy for her and these new PottyCovers are going to be so great! I'll be putting them in the camper tomorrow for our upcoming trip!
The makers of potty covers have been wonderful enough to offer a package to my readers as a giveaway. So please make sure to fill out the rafflecopter it will be a great chance to win to try these for yourself.

a Rafflecopter giveaway 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.

Comments

Melissa Campeau said…
HA! so funny! I got the same thing in the mail last week to review!!! These things look too cool! ;)
Kim said…
I need these!!!
Kelly Bejelly said…
Honestly, I would probably use this myself since I've become a super germ freak as a mom, lol.
amy2blessings said…
I would use these. I'm always telling my daughter to put toilet paper on the seat. This would be easier.
JDaniel4's Mom said…
This looks like such a great travel item!

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