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7 Cool Potty Training Products Totally Worth Trying

These potty-training products make the deed a little more tolerable for everyone.

7 Cool Potty Training Products Totally Worth Trying

If you've moved on from infant clothes and already tried eating finger foods from the best baby food delivery services, there's a chance your little one is ready for potty training. We tried and tested some of the best new potty training products on the market to make your life easier.

My Size Potty Pro

Summer Infant My Size Potty Pro, potty training products Merchant

OK, kids are weird about potty training but who wouldn’t get excited about using this potty that looks like it was made for a life-sized doll house? The realistic-sounding handle evokes a sense of accomplishment in your little one, ensuring a confident transition to the real thing.

From porcelain white to hot pink, choose from a variety of colors. Plus, this is one of the few toddler potties that looks like it belongs in a high-end bathroom, making it fun and stylish to toilet-train. Your child learns in style and you get to toss the diapers.

Pampers Kandoo Flushable Sensitive Wipes

Pampers Kandoo Flushable Sensitive Wipes, potty training products Merchant

For on-the-go potty emergencies, these biodegradable wipes are great for when toilet paper is not an option. They're easy to use for parents, but especially for tots determined to be independent no matter if they're facing pee or poop.

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They're kid-friendly, affordable and designed to clean the most sensitive areas! Heck, we even clean potty seat surfaces with these.

Oxo Tot Potty Chair

Oxo Tot Potty Chair, potty training products Merchant

This sleek and well-designed potty might give the Baby Bjorn classic a run for its money with a lower price point and cool colors. Its seamless seat design is comfortable and won't leave marks on tiny tushies! The splash guard minimizes mess while the side handles make it easy to remove the inner bowl for cleaning.

It fits neatly beneath most bathroom vanities and cupboards when it's not being used and is lightweight enough to pull out when your child is ready. We love that the seat itself detaches for easy emptying and cleaning. Grab a book, because they're ready to sit on the potty and learn to self-identify the signs of readiness.

Folding Lightweight Step Stool

ACSTEP Folding Lightweight Plastic 9 inch Foldable Step Stool, potty training products Merchant

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Pretty step stools for kids are hard to come by, but this folding one is super cute and comes in different colors. Plus, it's compact and easy to clean.

Beyond just potty time, this thing is a wonder for all sorts of other toddler moments ranging from getting their clothes out of their bins to helping parents in the kitchen. Potty training success and loads of other milestones are within reach!

Oxo Tot Go Potty

Oxo Tot 2-in-1 Go Potty with Travel Bag, potty training products Merchant

Forget about lugging around and cleaning a dirty potty while traveling and on the go! The plastic bag inserts and folding legs are genius on this travel bag. We love OXO's option because it's perfect for long road trips and camping with a baby.

Making sure kids can keep practicing on the go is easily one of the most important potty training tips. Pee and poop are easily wiped down from the seat's plastic surfaces, too.

Toddler Training Pants

BIG ELEPHANT Toddler Training Pants, potty training products Merchant
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An alternative to disposable pull-up diapers at night, these super absorbent and re-washable pee-holding undies help them feel like big kids. They're not quite as absorbent as typical diapers, but catch leaks, spills and minor accidents without worry. We love how easy they make staying dry when accidents hit.

We love the variety of toddler-friendly prints, colors and sizes in this big kid underwear style. After all, some kids make the most of wearing these thoughtful undergarments through kindergarten as they go through the potty training process.

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This article was originally published on Jul 18, 2018

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