Buyer's Guide & Information

10 Best Potty Training Toilet Seats and Chairs For Kids

Children and toilet training can be a challenge for any parent. Make your job easier with these great products.

by PlumberAndy

Buyer's Guide & Information

10 Best Potty Training Toilet Seats and Chairs For Kids

Children and toilet training can be a challenge for any parent. Make your job easier with these great products.

by PlumberAndy

by PlumberAndy

Toddlers have needed to be potty trained since literally the beginning of time, and it's mostly an adventure of trial and error until the child finally has that "aha moment" when it all clicks. Fortunately, there are a lot of excellent toilet training products on the market that can make the journey easier.

Choosing the right potty-training toilet will not only make the experience more comfortable and healthy for your little one, but it can also take the stress (and sometimes the clean-up!) off of mom and dad. Often, training toilets even add fun into the mix with sounds and lights.

And we’ve found that the less stress the child feels over this new expectation, the easier and faster the training will be.

Potty Training Options

Potty Chair

A potty chair is typically a stand-alone potty-training chair that is sized perfectly to fit a toddler. Most of these items are two-piece items containing the chair and a removable bowl to make cleaning easy. Some potty chairs are very simple, while others add more toddler flair like lights and sound effects/music.

Potty chairs are great because they provide a personalized approach to potty training and they can be quickly moved to almost any location.  The only downside is that sometimes toddlers become so attached to their little potty that they refuse to transition to a full-sized toilet or to use any other restroom but their own.

Potty Seat

A potty seat is typically a child-sized seat that will fit on top of a regular toilet seat. These seats come in several different styles, from simple seats that assimilate the same manner as a grown-up toilet, to fun character designs with a soft, cushy bottom that is comfortable to sit on.

Most of these toilet seats have handles on the sides to provide extra security, and some even have a built-in step ladder to help the child get on the toilet by him/herself. The downside to these potty seats, of course, is that they can only be used in conjunction with a real toilet.

Travel Potty

Travel potties are explicitly made for when your child needs to go while on-the-go. Technically, most potty chairs or potty seats can be used for travel, if you have the room to store them. Travel potties, like the Kalencom 2-in-1 Potette Plus, are made for maximum travel ease.

These potties can function as either a potty seat on atop a public toilet or can act as a frame to which a child can use a liner bag. Travel potties are great for road trips, even for older kids, to avoid the use of germy public restrooms.

But because of their portable nature, these potties are not as sturdy as other models so we wouldn't recommend for everyday use at home.

All-in-one Potty

Potties that help child transition during the different stages of potty training is considered to be all-in-one potties.

These training toilets usually allow the child to begin the process by using a potty chair that is just their size, and as they start to outgrow the chair or become otherwise more comfortable, the potty seat is transferable to a standard size toilet seat.

 This can be an excellent way to show a child the natural progression of their potty-training success, however not all children need every stage of the process after becoming comfortable and will transfer easily to using a standard sized toilet. All-in-one potties are recommended for children who take a while to warm up to new ideas or items.


Why Buy Potty Seat or Chair?

Potty seats and potty chairs are designed to provide toddlers comfort as they transition from using diapers to using the toilet. It’s no surprise that the average American toilet is far too large for a young toddler to use without being held/stabilized on top by an adult.

Potty seats/chairs offer your young toddler some independence to learn at their own pace while providing comfort and even fun to the process.

Many parents find potty-training success in including their child in the process and decision making of potty chairs. With our research, you can narrow down some choices for your little one to pick from (or even just colors within a brand).


Buyers Guide to Potty Training Toilets

Potty Fit and Size

When it comes to potty size and fit, not all training toilets are created equally. Unlike standard toilets that are all relatively the same, you’ll find that training toilets and potty seats come in various sizes for various needs.

For example, if your toddler is off the growth charts for height, you may find that some potty chairs are too low to the ground for him/her to get comfortable, whereas a smaller toddler would have that preference.

We recommend measuring your home toilet seat before installing a potty seat – due to the nature of hygiene most of these products cannot be returned.

Potty Type

We have gone over the various types of training potties above, and what it comes down to is preference. Some parents choose to have several different options to see which the child takes to, while other parents want only the necessities to get the job done in a fast in an efficient manner.

Comfort and Safety

You will want to make sure that the potty-training device that you choose is both comfortable and safe for your little one. As children become more aware of their bodies and their functions, they will be sitting on their new potty quite a lot, so being comfortable is key.

Safety is also another concern. Make sure that your potty chair won’t slide around on the floor, or that your potty seat is securely fastened to your toilet bowl. Any mishaps can scare your child and ultimately set them back.

Easy to Use and Clean

It's important to remember that the entire purpose of using a toilet training potty chair or seat is to make potty training easier for both parent and child.

Make sure that the potty seat you choose is no more difficult to use than a regular toilet, and inspect the seat to make sure that waste cannot slip into any hard-to-clean nooks and crannies. You'll likely be cleaning your child's potty several times a day – ease of emptying is vital.

Splashguard

Splashguards are often built-in to potty seats for little boys who don't quite know how to aim yet, though having this option can also be beneficial to parents of little girls as it just adds extra leakage protection.

Sometimes the toilet seat will have an optional clip-on splashguard that can be removed once your child becomes more comfortable and capable.

Warranty

When it comes to potty-training seats and warranties, the lines can get a little blurry with what is and is not allowed. Most companies have limited warranties marked "at their discretion" which means that they will decide on a case by case basis whether your product can be returned or exchanged.

And most of this discretion comes from using the potty chair. If you receive a product that is broken or missing parts, you should have no trouble with the warranty. But if you've tried the potty chair and don't like it – well, it's yours to keep anyways.


10 Best Potty-Training Toilet Seats and Chairs Reviewed

1. Summer Infant My Size Potty

Best Potty-Training Toilet
(Our Top Pick!)

Potty Size

15 x 11 x 15 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

All-In-One Potty

Splashguard

Yes – Clip-on Optional 

Batteries Required

Yes – 2 AAA  Included

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls 

18+ Months  

Up to 50 lbs

Warranty

1 Year 

Toddlers love this Summer Infant My Size Potty because it resembles the real deal so closely that they will know it's been made just for them. Products that imitate what mom and dad use not only make little ones feel important and included, but they will also help them transition to the larger size more easily.

The My Size Potty comes in both a standard white color that will match any bathroom, as well as a pink color if your little princess has a preference. For a few extra dollars, you can even purchase the My Size Potty with a “transition kit" that includes a potty-seat for your standard toilet.

The My Size Potty is an All-In-One potty that includes an easily removable bowl, storage for wipes built-in and makes real flushing sounds to give your toddler the satisfaction of a job well done. I love how one savvy parent discovered how to make use of the My Size Potty completely mess-free by covering the bowl with 4-gallon garbage bags. 

Pros
  • Looks like mom and dad’s toilet
  • Storage for wipes / books / extra materials
  • Real flushing sounds
  • Optional clip-on splashguard
Cons
  • The lightweight toilet should be placed against a wall to avoid tipping
  • On the smaller side of toilet seats – more appropriate for younger toddlers

2. BabyBjorn Potty Chair

Best Potty-Training Chair
(Runner Up)

Potty Size

14 x 14 x 13 inches

Material

Polypropylene (PP) & thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)

Type

Potty Chair

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls  

18+ Months

Warranty

No – 14 Day Return

BabyBjorn is of course known for their baby-wearing products, but they also have a fantastic line of potty-training tools for parents, and the BabyBjorn Potty Chair is our favorite. 

On the BabyBjorn website, user BigHeinz sums it up for us, stating “This potty is great. It is exactly what we need without the fuss of too many things to be distracting. It is lightweight, stores easily, travels easily and cleans up easily.”

It’s true – some of the potties with lights and sounds are a lot of fun… but when it’s time to get down to business can be quite distracting. The BabyBjorn Potty Chair is a no-frills, easy-to-clean comfortable potty chair. It has a nice high back and armrests and can be quickly moved from room to room.

When my children were potty-training, we had several – one in the bathroom, one in the playroom, and one in the back of the minivan! (Trust me, toilet training in public restrooms is not your friend. Always have a back-up!)

The BabyBjorn Potty Chair comes in 7 different colors. Allowing your toddler to choose his/her potty chair color can go a long way towards the success of your potty-training mission.

Pros
  • Lightweight / Easy to travel with
  • Many color options
  • Non-skid rubber helps adhere potty to the floor
  • Comfortable back and built-in splash guard
Cons
  • No “extras” built-in with lights or sounds
  • Some users found that the splash guard is not big enough

3. Fisher-Price Perfect Potty Ring

Best Potty-Training Seat for Elongated Toilets

Potty Size

15 x 13.2 x 5.5 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

Potty Seat

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

18+ Months

Warranty

No

We know that not all toilet seats are created equally, and that especially in the US elongated toilet seats are becoming more popular, which makes the seat more comfortable for adults but harder to work around with a potty-training toddler. For toilet bowls with this larger opening, we recommend the Fisher-Price Perfect Potty Ring.

The potty seat goes on top of your regular toilet seat and uses a unique handle and grippy rubber bottom to adjust to the "perfect fit" for your seat. A demo of how the potty seat works can be found in this YouTube video by Toys Market. I especially love how easily the potty seat can be removed, and that it comes with a hook that attaches directly to the tank of your toilet.

With over 1,200 reviews on Amazon, you can be sure that the Fisher-Price Perfect Potty Ring is a fan favorite, especially with parents of little boys. 

Pros
  • Rubber bottom "sticks" to the toilet seat
  • Can be adjusted to fit nearly any toilet seat
  • Extremely affordable
  • Comes with storage hook
Cons
  • Cannot be used with padded toilet seats
  • Users with round toilet seats had trouble finding the right fit

4. Primo 4-In-1 Soft Seat and Step Stool

Best Multi-Use Potty-Training Toilet

Potty Size

8.5 x 15.5 x 15.5 inches

Material

phthalate free, lead-free, non-toxic, plastic vinyl

Type

4-in-1 Potty

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

18+ Months 

Up to 45 lbs

Warranty

No

Primo has taken into consideration every step of the potty-training process with their 4-In-1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer and Step Stool. As their name describes, the potty can be used in four different ways:

  • 1
    As a stand-alone potty
  • 2
    As a step stool to help your child reach a full-sized toilet or sink
  • 3
    As a potty seat to fit over your full-sized potty
  • 4
    As a travel potty seat that can be taken wherever you go

Beyond that, the Primo 4-In-One even comes with toilet training tips, reward stickers and discount coupons for toilet-training pants. We feel that they are a company that has truly learned what their customers want and need, and therefore we vote the Primo 4-In-One the best multi-use potty-training toilet.

The stepping stool will come in handy for years beyond your toilet-training needs. YouTube reviewer TheMommyPenguin even recommends giving the potty as a gift! She reviews the Primo 4-In-1 and demos it here.

Pros
  • Can be used four different ways
  • Helps child transition from stand-alone potty to full-sized toilet
  • Soft seat is comfortable for little bottoms
  • Stepping stool will be useful long after your little ones are potty trained
Cons
  • Some users have complained that splashguard isn’t high enough for little boys
  • Soft potty seat needs to be removed from the seat for proper cleaning and can be a little time consuming/difficult

5. Mommy's Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up

Best Potty-Trainer with Ladder

Potty Size

22 x 12 x 3 inches

Material

Plastic & Non-Stick Rubber

Type

Potty Seat with Ladder

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls  

Ages 2+

Warranty

No

The Mommy’s Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up is ideal for the toddler who wants to do things just like mom and dad do but needs a little extra assistance (or in this case, a step up).

The potty seat itself is soft and cushioned, which makes it comfortable (and not cold) for little one's bottoms. The seat is attached to a stepladder with one step to help provide assistance and stability to the child. Given that the ladder attaches to a standard toilet, we recommend the Mommy’s Helper for only older toddlers who are capable of climbing with assistance from mom and dad. 

Even though the ladder has non-skid grips that keep it from wiggling across the floor, a slight jostle could still knock the ladder over, so we recommend using only with adult supervision until your little one is completely confident.

Overall, we think this product helps toddlers to transition to the “big leagues” with ease. 

Susan from Must Have Baby Items writes “It will enable your youngster to access the seat with confidence. Seeing the pride on their little face will make you smile. Praising their efforts will speed up the learning process, and soon they will no longer need to use their potty.”

Pros
  • Cushioned seat fits over most standard sized toilet seats
  • Less clean-up than traditional potty chairs
  • The ladder has non-skid grips to keep the device from moving on the floor
  • Side handles help the child feel secure
Cons
  • Only fits standard sized toilets. The ladder is not adjustable.
  • Slightly dangerous is used without supervision.
  • Splashguard is relatively small.

6. Summer Infant Lil’ Loo Potty Chair

Most Comfortable Potty Chair

Potty Size

11.8 x 13 x 10.6 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

Potty Chair

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

Ages 2+

Warranty

1 Year Manufacturer’s 

The Summer Infant Lil’ Loo Potty Chair is the best comfortable potty chair. Designed for long sitting sessions in mind, the potty chair has a high back for extra support and comfort, as well as a wider-than-average bowl to help stabilize.

I always recommend the Summer Infant Lil’ Loo Potty Chair to parents with taller than average toddlers. The chair itself stands slightly taller than many other potty chairs and thus allows more leg/knee room for taller children.

For parents potty-training boys, we found that the splashguard on this Summer Infant model is taller than most and can stand up to the test. 

Pros
  • Excellent choice for older/taller toddlers
  • Easy to clean
  • Large splashguard is great for potty-training boys
  • Gender neutral teal color
Cons
  • Bowl may be too wide for younger/smaller children
  • Plastic is not as sturdy as similar brands

7. Munchkin Arm & Hammer Multi-Stage 3-in-1 Potty

Best 3-in-1 Potty Chair

Potty Size

16 x 8.1 x 13.2 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

3 in 1 Potty Chair

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

18+ Months

Warranty

No

For potty chair/stool combinations, we suggest the Munchkin Arm & Hammer Multi-Stage 3-in-1 Potty. The Munchkin brand provides no-frills baby items that work, and this potty chair is no exception. It has a straightforward design, and when the lid is closed it instantly becomes a step stool to allow your little one to reach the sink. This is highly recommended as a space-saver for smaller bathrooms.

Target user Satisfied Mommy posts that “My 20-month-old likes it!! The potty seat is comfortable and easy to clean. It doesn't have any buttons or distractions that I have found other potties have, and I feel that is a big positive. It allows my son to concentrate on the "job," not the sound effects.”

The potty chair even comes with a built-in area to store an Arm & Hammer Nursery Deodorizer right in the potty, which shouldn't be necessary if you regularly clean the potty but does safely add a lovely scent (using baking soda). When your child has outgrown the chair, the seat can be used on a full-sized toilet.

This potty used to be carried in assorted colors, but according to the Munchkin website, it is now only made in a standard gray/white color.

Pros
  • Potty chair, stepping stool, and potty seat all in one
  • Affordable, no-frills potty
  • Includes one Arm & Hammer Nursery Deodorizer
  • Can easily be stored
Cons
  • Splashguard is lower than other brands
  • If the lid is slammed down, the deodorizing disk will fall directly into potty

8. Fisher-Price Learn-to-Flush Potty

Best Learn-to-Flush Potty-Training Toilet

Potty Size

15.75 x 17.75 x 13.37 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

2 in 1 Potty Chair

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

Yes

Target Gender & Age Bracket

18+ Months

Warranty

No

When nothing seemed to interest my son in learning to use the potty, I decided to go for all the "bells and whistles," and this Fisher-Price Learn-to-Flush Potty was the clear winner. Its adorable design has a happy face and looks like a welcoming piece of toddler furniture. And the real rewards come when your child uses the potty!

There are two small sensors at the bottom of the bowl, and when they are touched by liquid, the potty sings a delightful little victory song. (It'd be beneficial to go over this with your toddler ahead of time, as it could be quite alarming if you weren't expecting it!) There is a handle that allows your child to "flush," and the potty again makes cute sounds and even lights up. You can watch a full demo from Fisher-Price here.

YouTube family “twonewparents” reviews this potty with great satisfaction, and claims it is a boredom buster for young kids. As your child grows, the seat of this potty can be removed to be applied to your standard toilet seat, a fact that is overlooked by many parents, including myself! I ended up purchasing a separate potty seat before learning that this one worked just fine.

Pros
  • Comes with celebratory music and sounds
  • Appealing to toddlers
  • Easy to clean two-part basin
  • Sensors work to congratulate your toddler when they "go."
Cons
  • Needs to be cleaned immediately after each use to keep debris from sensors
  • May become too distracting for some toddlers to train with properly

9. Kalencom 2-in-1 Potette Plus

Top Budget Option

Potty Size

9 x 9 x 5 inches

Material

Plastic

Type

2 in 1 Potette Plus

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

15+ Months

Up to 50 lbs

Warranty

No

Whether or not you’re in the throws of potty training, I recommend this Kalencom 2-in-1 Potette Plus for everyone with little children. It is excellent for keeping in your car and using with their disposable bag system because you never know when you're going to have to pull over for an emergency "potty break."

The seat works well with any potty liners, but the Kalencom Potty Seat Liners add a little extra because their handles fit perfectly and they come with a small pad (almost like a diaper piece) built into the bottom that is both scented and absorbent. This is a massive help if you're not immediately next to a trash can. 

The Kalencom also works as a potty seat and is great for use in public restrooms. It not only adds extra comfort for your child but will act as a germ barrier as well. As a bonus, the Potette Plus comes in 8 different colors.

On the Bed, Bath, and Beyond website, reviewer mamabears says, “I keep it in the back of my SUV which works out great whenever he needs to go. We ended up using it a lot more than I expected because my son was scared to use any of the public restroom toilets. He still uses it when we travel since I always have it on hand. I would highly recommend this product!”

Pros
  • Excellent travel potty will fold up and fit in any car
  • Made for use with potty liners for mess-free clean-up
  • Comes in 8 different toddler-friendly colors
  • The potty seat also works with any standard toilet
Cons
  • Only comes with three potty liners/others sold separately
  • Legs can collapse when not on a steady surface

10. Jool Baby Potty Training Seat for Boys and Girls

Best Potty Training Seat

Potty Size

15.4 x 11.8 x 3.5 inches

Material

Plastic & Rubber

Type

Potty Seat

Splashguard

Yes – Built-in

Batteries Required

No

Target Gender & Age Bracket

Boys & Girls

18+ Months

Warranty

No

The Jool Baby Potty Training Seat is an excellent addition to any bathroom, as it hardly takes up any space and has an appealing design that will match your toilet. I especially like the non-slip rubber liner. It adds a fun pop of color (either aqua or pink) without being too obnoxious.  It's also small enough to carry along as a travel toilet, so you never have to be without it. 

Unlike most other potty seats, this Jool Baby model does not have side handles for extra security. This is great for older toddlers who are close to being able to use a standard potty by themselves but might be a little intimidating for first-time users. 

Pros
  • Minimalistic design will fit in any bathroom
  • Comes with hanging hook for easy storage
  • Non-slip rubber adheres the potty seat to a toilet
  • Easy to clean – no dumping required
Cons
  • Not suitable for oversized or taller toilets
  • The potty seat does not have handles

Different Kinds of Potty-Training Toilets

Potty Chair

  • Single Piece
    A stand-alone potty that is bowl and seat in one. These potty chairs usually have effortless designs and are easy to empty, without any extra nooks and crannies for waste to get into.
  • Two Piece
    A stand-alone potty with a removable bowl. Two-piece potty chairs are probably the most popular type of potty chair. The bowl can be removed and emptied easily after each use.
  • Deluxe
    A stand-alone potty with built-in “extras” like a closing lid, a padded seat, music, lights or realistic potty sounds.
  • Multifunction (2in1, 3in1, 4in1)
    Stand-alone potty chairs with more than one function, usually to help aid in the progression from potty chair to full-sized toilet. Some of these multifunction potties can be used for travel or other uses (like a stepping stool).

Potty Seat

  • Traditional
    A child-sized toilet seat that fits snugly over a traditional toilet seat so that the child can use the "big potty" all by themselves! Usually, these seats are easily removable and often have handles to help your child feel more secure.
  • 2in1
    A 2in1 potty seat is a more permanent solution for potty training households. It is a full-sized toilet seat with a child-sized toilet seat built-in between the hinges, a product that not only will fit seamlessly into your home décor but will ensure that everyone will have just the right sized seat.

Travel Potty

  • Fold up Potty
    Fold-up potty seats are becoming increasingly popular because they create both a child-sized potty seat and a germ barrier for public restrooms. They usually fold into four pieces and can be easily stowed within a Ziploc bag in a purse or diaper bag.
  • Disposable Bag Travel Potty
    These potty seats act more like a potty frame and allow a child to go into a disposable bag without the awkwardness of squatting and making a mess. These potties require minimal clean-up (toss the bag!) and are great for travel, even for toilet-trained children.
  • 2in1 Travel Potty
    2in1 Travel Potties are the framed potties mentioned above that can be used with disposable bags, but they also can become fitted seats on a standard sized toilet. These seats are great for families on long trips – you'll have both the options used on the go with disposable bags, and later install on top of the toilet at your destination.

Potty Seat Fixtures for Regular Toilets

Potty seats are meant to fit on top of a standard toilet seat and can be easily removed after each use, so there is no worry as to have to use a toilet specifically for toilet training. It's important to measure your home toilet seat to make sure of a proper fit. Some of the storage and particular use features include:

Suction Cups / Hooks:

Some potty seats can be stored on a suction cup hook, meant to be put on the wall near your toilet. Many youngsters enjoy having their potty seat stored at their height so that they can get out and put away their potty seat all by themselves.

Winged Seats:

A winged potty-training seat is a seat that extends to the sides of the toilet to allow the child more comfort and stability. Usually, this feature includes handles for the child to grip.

Hinged Seats:

A hinged toilet training seat is a full-sized toilet seat that can be installed on your toilet, that has a training-sized opening between the regular seat and the lid for a child to use. This is a great option for a more permanent child-sized option, or if you have several children who will all need to go through the toilet-training process.


Maintenance, Cleaning & Storage of Potty Toilets

Keeping your child's training potty clean will become easier the more often you do it. The potty should be emptied into a regular toilet after each use and thoroughly rinsed out. One excellent way of achieving a clean rinse after each application is to install a sprayer to your toilet tank.

These water sprayers were explicitly designed for cleaning off cloth diapers, but work great with cleaning out potty chairs as well. They are easy to install and can be easily removed when you're done potty-training. (don't leave your toddler alone with the sprayer – that can get quite messy!)

We recommend using a gentle disinfectant on your potty seat regularly. Your potty chair can be stored in a dry place out of direct sunlight.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is it easy to store these devices?

Most potty seats quickly and easily lift off your regular toilet seat and can be stored on a hook nearby. This task is generally easy enough for your toddler to help with.

Do I need a potty chair?

While potty chairs aren't necessary for successful potty training, we do find that making the child more comfortable can significantly ease the stress of their new venture of potty-going children. Fear of falling in, the tall and cold toilet seat, and loud flushes of "real potties" can all be barriers to your toddler's success.

When do I need a potty chair?

The right time to purchase a potty chair is when your toddler begins to show signs of interest in potty training. This usually happens from 18-24 months of age. Some children will ask about the potty, whereas others will show interest by asking you to change their diaper or taking off their diapers themselves.

How long should I let my toddler sit on the potty?

Allow your toddler to sit on the potty for as long as they would like to. When you first introduce the potty, your toddler will likely want to sit on it often – sometimes with their clothes on, sometimes in front of the television, sometimes maybe even during play or acting it out with their stuffed animals.

All of this is normal and part of the process of them becoming comfortable with their new potty. Try to encourage them to sit on the potty, but make sure not to be too forceful to create a negative experience for them.

How do I empty a potty chair?

Potty chairs are designed with the ease of cleaning for mom and dad in mind. Most potty chairs have an insert bowl with a unique lip that allows you to dump any waste right into your regular toilet. We recommend cleaning with disinfectant regularly.


Conclusion

Potty training often feels like a never-ending season of life for many parents, but the critical thing to remember is that it eventually will pass. There are loads of products on the market to help with this transition from babyhood. Including your toddler in the process can be part of the fun and success.

Our top pick for best potty-training toilet is the Summer Infant My Size Potty, an accurate miniature version of a real toilet just like mom and dads.

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