Best toilet training products according to redditors

We found 135 Reddit comments discussing the best toilet training products. We ranked the 78 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Toilet training seat covers
Toilet training potties & seats
Toilet training step stools
Toilet training pants
Travel potties

Top Reddit comments about Toilet Training Products:

u/HarleyQ · 38 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

They make these for toddlers to help teach little boys to pee standing up.

u/5six7eight · 26 pointsr/legaladvice

Re: things like sippy cups, be prepared to have to try a few different kinds. My 3 year old has never been able to drink out of a normal spout sippy cup, but if we got to the store she'll still ask to buy one because she likes the pattern on it. I feel like there is at least one other thing that might fit that mold but I can't figure out what it is right now.

Also, if you need to potty train, I highly recommend a potty ring or a toilet seat with a built in toddler seat instead of a potty. Much less messy. Plus with the rings you still have a whole lot of options so he can pick out his own.

u/Pickleodeon09 · 25 pointsr/Parenting

Invest in a small travel potty seat, something like this. The ones that come with a little carrying case make it slightly less-germy. Just spray it down occasionally with disinfectant.

Then she should be able to sit with pants around the knees/ankles and pee without issues. No need to strip her down. That's an accident waiting to happen, literally.

u/LovaDesigns · 12 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Found it, it's a target projection lamp for the toilet bowl, teaches kids how to pee.

u/xHodenkrebs · 10 pointsr/de
u/KayCee108 · 9 pointsr/Parenting

You can get potty seats that fold up fairly small. They are freaking amazing. I will look for a link now and edit when I find one


They're also available at places like Walmart, but I dunno where you're located

u/snogger · 6 pointsr/pottytraining

I use this foldable toilet seat that fits in our travel backpack. link

u/YayRooney · 5 pointsr/toddlers

They sell toddler urinals if you think it might get him interested?

Foryee Cute Frog Potty Training Urinal for Boys with Funny Aiming Target - Blackish Green

u/diffidentlyawesome · 5 pointsr/Parenting

Definitely do not scrub... if I'm desperate (only happened once while potty training) i will grab a huge wad to wipe the seat with or sometimes but I use long pieces of toilet paper to cover the seat.

Otherwise I usually bring with me her portable plastic toilet seat cover. Look into this dude. It was like 10 bucks, folds up and came with a plastic carrier. I'd get home and then sanitize it

Here is one for $10 off Amazon:

Sesame Street Framed Friends Green Folding Travel Potty Seat

u/getyourwigglesout · 4 pointsr/Parenting

We had those toy (but functional) potties in about every room. Like this: Summer Infant Lil' Loo Potty, White and Teal then, it doesn't matter if there's a bathroom on the same floor.

u/hyeinkali · 4 pointsr/cringepics

Cause its basically an adult version on THIS.

u/vibeee · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Well, we bought one of these few weeks ago.

It's quite big. I didn't realize they don't really make small, infant pottys here in US. Luckily K is in 75 percentile so he almost fits right. We let him sit on it and play with the past few days.

I heard him gearing up for poop two days ago and quickly undressed him and sat him on it but it didn't work. He tensed up and was 'done' pooping. He didn't really know what was going on.

Today in the morning same thing happened expect for I started reading books to him immediately and making poopy, grunting sounds and he pooped!!!

I'm quite happy with this! I know it's a lot of work but my goal is for him to be potty trained in 2-3 months!

u/creesa · 3 pointsr/AskParents

We used this toilet look-a-like. and it was amazing. Our son trained super easy with this. We first tried with a more traditional squat type potty and he just wasn't interested. I think the fact that this one looks like a toilet made it easier for him to use. For awhile he would sit on it backwards, but eventually turned around. After a few months he was big enough to get on a real toilet without falling in.

My son is 4 and still doesn't pee standing up. He just scoots to the back of a toilet seat and that way nothing is spraying around.

Going potty out and about can be very trying. My son will never say he has to go potty, but you can tell when he has to go. Lots of crotch grabbing and hopping around. lol. Then you just take him in there and plop him on the seat. He'll get used to it. At first there was definitely some fear and crying, but your kid may handle it better. My son, in particular, was fearful of the loud flush industrial toilets often make. Also, you can always just take a trip to the bathroom even if he hasn't given any signals. Put him on the toilet and something will probably come out of him!

u/_last_serenade_ · 3 pointsr/Parenting

we got my son a small urinal that attaches to the wall. it’s awesome and really cut back on the errant pee until he was old enough to start figuring out how to avoid drips and sprays.

ours looks like this:

u/Roupert · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Summer infant makes a great seat. Only $10 and basically a copy of the expensive baby bjorn seat. If you're looking for a potty insert I love the fisher price one. It has handles and best of all it has a back rest. My daughter (now 3) still uses the handles to poop and the back rest is great for nighttime potty visits when she is half asleep and flopped over.

Potty seat:

Potty insert:

Bonus is that they match in color.

My daughter just turned 3 and still occasionally uses the little potty (maybe 10% of the time). I don't let her poop in it anymore (cleaning it gets old), but pee is no big deal. She's been potty trained for a year.

We used the little potty exclusively for the first 6 months of her being trained. Then she started nursery school and saw the older girls use the big potty and she decided she was done with the little potty for the most part. Definitely needed it for training. We bought 2 to make training easier. We did the "Oh Crap! Potty Training" method, highly recommend.

u/soccer_trekkie · 3 pointsr/clothdiaps

I used the plastic covers over just regular underwear. Worked great. Kiddo realized when they were wet pretty well and the carseat didn't get ruined. Similar to these

u/unicornswithkeytars · 3 pointsr/Parenting

I'm going through something kinda similar at the moment. My youngest son is three. My older two are 14 and 11. They pretty much potty trained themselves. Seriously. They were a breeze. I tried initially potty training the wee one after his first birthday. We just bought him his own potty and kept it in the spare bathroom and he'd sit on it and watch me use the bathroom.

Once he expressed interest at about 18 months, I bought him big boy underpants and let him roam. Well, here we are about 18 months later and hes finally getting it.

Whatever you do, don't force it. It makes things so much worse. Sure, diapers are expensive, but the more you push your little one, the longer it will take.

Try letting him free-ball it if you can. We got lucky. We have hardwood floors, so clean up is pretty easy. Yes, there will be accidents. Don't shame them. Just have him help you clean it up. There are consequences to having an accident. If he's still not getting it, give him a few weeks break and try again.
One thing that really helped us are those plastic underpants that go over cloth diapers, we use them over his underpants. It keeps everything contained in the event he has an accident at nap time. And avoid pull ups if you can. They're essentially just really expensive diapers.

Good luck!

Edit: we bought this toilet seat. He LOVES using the big boy toilet. It was a big of an investment, but its made it a lot easier.

u/fletcherlaw · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We also have this one and love it. Just keep in mind at our public pools, you are required to have this (or a disposable swim diaper) AND a waterproof cover. The waterproof cover we bought on Amazon was cheap though!

u/lsp2005 · 2 pointsr/gifs They make it in both a round and elongated version.

u/Do_u_ev3n_lift · 2 pointsr/The_Donald

When looking for potties for my 2 year old, i stumbled on a hidden pepe

u/brighthotrain · 2 pointsr/toddlers

Once we got the house training down, I just put pants on him and asked him every 15 mins if he needed. Also took a few changes of pants, trousers, socks and an extra pair of shoes when we were going far from the house.

I know this looks ridiculous, I laughed when my mum gave me it but its amazing. I have it clipped onto the buggy or in his bag and it's completely water tight. He loves using it and it's gotten us out of tight spots as he wouldn't just wee out at the park etc.

u/rarelyserious · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sorry guys, but I win.

u/smurfette8675309 · 2 pointsr/ADHD

Does he do the peeing thing at school? I don't have that kind of peeing equipment, so this is baffling to me.

Can you remove all distractions from the bathroom? No pictures on the wall, no magazines, nothing on the sink or counter? And if course not allow him to take anything in there with him.

Also, something like this might help him focus: Hacy Toilet Training Target for Boys. Mounted to The Ceiling to Stay Away from The Reach of Their Urination. It Doubles as a Night Light. Motion-Activated.
I think it's adjustable, so just for funsies you could change the location of the target in the bowl if he starts losing interest.

Another idea would be to get something like this: Frog Potty Training Urinal for Boys Toilet with Funny Aiming Target - Green
I know it's kind of juvenile, but it actually makes me (briefly) wish I had the apparatus to pee in this because it looks fun! Make it fun, and we ADHDers can do anything!

If you decide to add rewards, remember we can't deal with delayed gratification. Don't have him collect tokens for a Lego set he gets in a month. Instead, each success means he gets a Lego brick. After it appears he's getting it, you could up the ante a little and say each successful day means 3 Lego bricks or something. After a while you could extend this to a week (get one baggie from the Lego set), and eventually a month (the whole set.) But do this only after it's clear it's a habit.

As an aside, Nature's Miracle is great for getting out pee (and other) smells. It's got an enzyme that actually dissolves the odors, rather than just covering them up with fragrance.

u/myusernamewastaken · 2 pointsr/Fitness

This program guarantees more Pull-Ups (at least 40 more) and it only costs about $18.

u/noxxienoc · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Foryee Cute Frog Potty Training Urinal for Boys with Funny Aiming Target - Blackish Green

There's the link for it!

u/Alysiat28 · 2 pointsr/facepalm

Not quite as bad as this wonderful contraption

u/nhmejia · 2 pointsr/Atlanta
u/mrsmarvtracey · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Now I feel like a real shit, my 14 month old has an iPad! and a shiny new iPotty to go with it!

u/lord_of_the_squirrel · 2 pointsr/pics

Our Toddler camping packlist:
Foam pad
sleeping bag
favorite blankets
several plastic bags (for collected items that "must" be saved)
several books to read
lots of convenient snacks
depending on age: pack-n-play
all the warm clothes
big tent with two rooms inside
battery-operated lanterns (one on all night at extra low)
chamber pot/emergency potty station (the kids will want to go to the bathroom at night but not want to get out of the tent)
plastic plate/bowl/cup for each kid (color coded)
the handwashing station is an excellent call, I'd include a plastic tub with it
Almost forgot! Glowy stuff (glow sticks, leds, something) to give to the kids at night. They'll be excited, and you'll have a brightly-lit child that is easy to find at night

u/Emceekai · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Had the same problem. We had to actively seek out a potty seat with the largest penis cover. Without it my son would pee over the lip every time and also get his pants all wet. We even sent one to daycare. It took about 6 months for him to be able to point down by himself consistently and not use his potty seat.

This seat was a winner and reasonable priced to buy a few:

u/RiverSong42 · 2 pointsr/beyondbaby

We had a little potty seat, but it ended up being this disgusting poop-covered thing getting thrown around the bathroom. We found this which was a lifesaver and we've used it for years.

u/crystalsmuse · 2 pointsr/Mommit

I bought what I felt was the best of both worlds. The My Size Potty. It looks like an adult potty, but is easy to clean, has a space for wipes in the "tank" and makes a flushing noise when you push the handle. My 16 month old loves it and wants to sit on it whenever I go potty.

u/MilkTaoist · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

even with the best aim you're gonna hit the seat sometimes. Better to sit down and negate the possibility.

Having a target can help, though.

u/RedInkRiot · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Stoplight alarm clock. Best $40 I ever spent. It makes it like a game instead of trying to teach him to get up when the numbers match. We started using it when our daughter was about 2.5 and now she's 3.5 and only ever gets out when we set it to be green. (Red for sleep, green for get up).

u/bmkaplan87 · 1 pointr/funny
u/Annon201 · 1 pointr/ipad
u/jobie285 · 1 pointr/toddlers

We have this we take some places, for emergencies:

ONEDONE Portable Baby Child Potty Urinal Emergency Toilet for Camping Car Travel and Kid Potty Pee Training (boy)

Didn't have to do much, just stick his penis in and say hey go pee LOL.

The way it's designed is supposed to avoid it coming back out.

u/bungsana · 1 pointr/Parenting

works well for us as well. my 2.5 yr old is pretty excited to wake up and leave the room by himself when the light is green, so he's extra determined to sleep when it's red. we also tell him that he shouldn't get out of bed (floor is lava) when the light is on and when it's red. he may or may get out of bed, but we have his books in his room and the door closed, so we don't actually know. all we know is that he doesn't wake us all up until after 7am. extra bonus, gets my wife and i do do math every night in order to figure out when 7am would be.

we use this one if you were wondering:

super extra bonus, we even actually somehow managed to ween him off of co-sleeping by using a combination of persistence and the stoplight wake up clock. to be honest, still not exactly sure how we managed to do this, but we're not asking too many questions. now if only his younger sister would start sleeping through the night...

u/Smash1289 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump


We bought this one, it looks just like a real toilet and even makes a flushing sound. My son hasnt shown any interest yet, but I'm hoping we get there soon!

u/inspirelife · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Read the most helpful reviews for the iPotty:

The first one is the best, but there are a few other good ones too.

u/8bitfix · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

It was the summer infant potty like this:

Hope that formated okay, I'm on mobile. Anyway, once he could sit up his dad would put him in it before a shower. He discovered that when he grunted LO would push. This was maybe a week ago. He tried every time since and has been surprisingly successful!

u/Grave_Girl · 1 pointr/clothdiaps

Absolute cheapest would be to hit yard sales and buy receiving blankets for no more than about 75¢ each; a minimum of 3 dozen would be $27. Then add in some pull-on plastic pants (these from Gerber are just over $11 for four) or better yet buy a skein of Lion Brand Fishermen's Wool and crochet or knit yourself a few wool soakers. Oh, and get a dollar pack of diaper pins at Walmart. Flannel receiving blankets work really well as flats and are cute. Plastic pants have a bad rep but the only problem I've ever had with them is the annoying crinkling sound. Edit: T-shirts from yard sales would work great as well. Cut off just below the armpits, then cut at sides and you get two diapers from one shirt. They're stretchy and I know from experience that they are absorbent. If you can find them somewhere for $1/ea, then you could get 40 for $20.

Second-cheapest would definitely be Walmart's FST; I just bought a 10-pack for $7.88, so four of those would be just over $30. Add in the covers as before.

u/Toke_On_420 · 1 pointr/amazon

Yeah, a lot of the reviews suck because they are written by random people. The good ones get upvoted to the top. There is also something called "vine voices" or something like that, where if you write awesome reviews for stuff on amazon, they will send you free products to get some reviews going.

Sometimes reviews are funny though, check these ones out.


3 wolf moon shirt

and last but certainly not least we have

Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz

u/SaucerSection · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

ONEDONE Portable Baby Child Potty Urinal Emergency Toilet for Camping Car Travel and Kid Potty Pee Training (boy)

This is great for traveling for pee emergencies. Very compact.

u/GrandZebraCrew · 1 pointr/keto
u/Feelsliketeenspirit · 1 pointr/IFParents

I've never done that!!! I don't go out that much so we've just been using the potty at home.

I have this one but it doesn't fit the long public toilet seats that well. I just happened to buy it months ago so that's what I had on hand. I think something like this would be better for public toilet use.

u/cosmere_worldhopper · 1 pointr/Damnthatsinteresting

Ohhh, I'll have to pass that one along! She currently uses these stickers, but the kiddo doesn't even seem to notice it.

u/ripster55 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I tend to browse GeekWhack while on the toilet.

u/OMGSpaghettiisawesom · 1 pointr/toddlers

My son is all about being just like us, so we got him a miniature toilet.

He doesn’t use it consistently yet, but he likes to sit on his potty when my husband or I use the toilet. He flushes when we do, then brings his stool over to the sink to wash his hands next to us.

u/baudrillardismygod · 1 pointr/DebateaCommunist

I don't really know a whole lot about socialism or communism, but I'm going to try to refute you just for fun.

  1. Incentive

    So your first point claimed that people only clean their own house because they benefit from it, not because it benefits society as a whole (or some other reason). Moreover, you claim that no one really cares about cleanliness in public places, or at least no one wants to take responsibility for it.

    Because I'm not really sure if you are critiquing socialism or communism (as they go back and forth between the two in OP's video), I'll just defend both.

    In the case of socialism, your argument doesn't really apply: incentivization is a major part of socialism. In fact, it is essential to it. Under socialism, individuals are motivated to work because the more one works, the more one has access to resources. As Marx put it, to each according to his contribution.

    Under communism, cleanliness is not really an issue. Marx claims that communism can only arise under sufficiently advanced technological conditions. Thus, it isn't a stretch to claim that these conditions include the ability to keep public (or private) places clean with little to no work.

    Finally, it isn't true that the division of labor is eradicated under socialism. Remember, socialism is just like capitalism in terms of work conditions except one is rewarded for their work rather than some arbitrary wage drawn up by a CEO. In the case of communism, division of labor is outmoded because of sufficiently advanced technology.

  2. Automation

    >"Automation" is this magic wand that nowadays is often waved over all the shortcomings of socialism to make them disappear

    This isn't really true. In some ways, socialism is the answer to technological shortcomings of capitalism. Whereas capitalist technological advancements can be driven by fads or trends, socialism promises a strict adherence to what is necessary. E.g. instead of encouraging engineers to develop a Digital 2-in-1 iPotty, they are encouraged to work only on stuff that matters (no, we don't need the iPotty). Given enough time of focused innovation, required labor would reduce, hastening the era of communism.

    >Ironically the degree of automation we are seeing today and on the horizon would never have occurred if Marx had his way.

    Just so you're clear, Marx never really morally criticized capitalism.. Marx merely remarked upon patterns he noticed in capitalism. Thus, Marx is more a historian than a revolutionary. Similarly, Marx never encouraged revolution. He only claimed that revolution is inevitable and that it is in the interest of the proletariat.

  3. Regarding who will do the hard jobs

    Again, the hard jobs argument shouldn't even really be an argument, and I don't really think OP's video really made a good refutation of it. I kind of addressed this earlier: in socialism, incentivization functions in a nearly identical fashion as it does in capitalism, the only difference being that it more directly incentivizes work rather than finding a boss who will you screw you the least.

    Furthermore, the claim that work ethic today has decreased is unfounded (especially considering that you failed to provide any sources.) Even if your example of lazy rich kids is correct, this is just another strike against capitalism: under socialism, the economic chasm between rich and poor shrinks. Spoiled rich children is a symptom of the capitalist inclination for inequality.

    For communism, the hard jobs are not those of physical labor (since these are minimized by technological innovation) but of philosophical antinomies, I claim. People will have to wrestle with the fundamental absurdity of their existence, the inevitability of death (although maybe we can prevent this with advances in medicine), and the indifference of the universe. But that's neither here nor there.

  4. Financial incentive as invention

    I've already addressed this a bunch of times.

  5. "Stupidly efficient machines"

    Unfortunately, I know nothing about this, but I think I understand the point that OP was trying to make. Basically, because capitalism emphasizes selling commodities for the highest price while paying workers the least amount, we get these strange anomalies where companies will actually produce less in order to make a profit. Under socialism and communism, the focus shifts from exploiting the proletariat to maximizing production for the least labor. Only then do these weird capitalist idiosyncrasies disappear.

  6. USSR and historical failures of communism:

    >They just were never able to get past the basic problem that summarizes most of the issues here: the economic calculation problem

    There is no evidence for this. In fact, there's no evidence for this being an observable issue in any economy, ever. Mises, the economist who came up with the economic calculation problem, himself claimed that "its statements and propositions are not derived from experience. They are, like those of logic and mathematics, a priori. They are not subject to verification or falsification on the ground of experience and facts." Essentially, the problem is a purely theoretical one and is unscientific because it cannot be tested. Thus, the "problem" only indicates inaccuracies in the neoclassical economic model.

  7. "Just look at the progress we have made in capitalism alone."

    >the above statement... really does reflect the positive trend over time for our capitalist society to make things better for people at the bottom.

    If you honestly believe capitalism helps the lower class, you are sorely misinformed. Read this and this for some quick statistics. It's really, really well documented that capitalism causes excessive economic inequality.

    Your idea of implementing "capitalism-with-a-social-safety-net" is a step in the right direction. Access to food, medicine, homes, etc. should be available to everyone, if not for moral reasons then at least for economic reasons, as you yourself have suggested. But this doesn't solve the problem of inequality, it only allows it to persist, albeit in a less extreme state.

    >"under socialism the rich are poorer, but the poor are poorer too."

    Under capitalism, the poor still get poorer. The rich get richer, but this is hardly a benefit. I don't really see how your statement really motivates any member of the proletariat to embrace capitalism.

  8. "Pressure" on the USSR from the outside:

    >The USSR was actively trying to incite communist revolutions throughout the world. They weren't an innocent bystander being bullied from the outside.

    Honestly, it doesn't matter who bullied who. The fact of the matter is that there was international (and intranational) conflict for Russia at the time. This muddied the waters, making it hard to establish a truly socialist regime without fear of domination from other countries. Like OP said, there were world wars going on at the time. Russia had to make sacrifices, and ultimately they regressed ideologically.

    People who actually know about socialism and communism, please correct where I am wrong. I only have a passing interest in Communism. I'm more of a Baudrillard fan than a Marx fan :)
u/lepetitpigeon · 1 pointr/Parenting

We're on week three here! I'm loving this product - folds small enough to fit in a purse. I think it'll be our transition tool until he gets a little more confident on a big seat.

Sesame Street Framed Friends Green Folding Travel Potty Seat

u/Picsonly25 · 1 pointr/babies

You have a bit of time on this one.

Summer Infant My Size Potty -...

u/phamous_t · 0 pointsr/whitepeoplegifs

My man, let me change your life.

Squatty Potty Porta-Squatty Foldable Toilet Stool

u/guydudeman · 0 pointsr/Parenting

Holy crap, I didn't even know that existed.

*edit: Holy. Shit.

u/imanslayer · 0 pointsr/WTF