Potty Seat for Boys or Girls Toilet Training | Toddler Secure Non-Slip Surface and Ring | FREE Folding Pottie Training Chart, Kids Training Essentials eBook | Birthday Gift Box

Pinned on September 17, 2017 at 11:44 am by babyShop74

Repin
Potty Seat for Boys or Girls Toilet Training | Toddler Secure Non-Slip Surface and Ring | FREE Folding Pottie Training Chart, Kids Training Essentials eBook | Birthday Gift Box

“This potty seat makes the rest take back seat!” | “Easy Peasy toilet training with the best Potty Ring!” | Makes my infants WANT to go!”

The Cozy Greens® Potty Ring helps your young ones learn to use the toilet with confidence. The ergonomic design of the seat features our luxurious ComfySeatTM material and our GrippySafe Anti-Slip RingTM helping your child to be both comfortable and safe.

The Potty Ring is designed for small and large children, but also meets the needs of parents. The seat features an integrated pee splash guard for easy cleaning, and both a suction cup and hook for convenient storage on bathroom walls or toilet tanks. The Cozy Greens® Potty Ring also includes a FREE bonus Potty Training activity Chart plus an eBook complete with illustrations and techniques for a successful potty training experience.

We offer a LIFETIME satisfaction guarantee on all original Cozy Greens® products. If for any reason you an unsatisfied with your purchase, simply call us and we will fully refund your money, AND send a replacement product at no additional charge.

Cozy Greens® is a family owned business run by parents who believe in paying it forward. For this reason, we donate a significant portion of our proceeds to ChildsLife Chances for Children Charity to help improve the quality of life of children and babies in need.

Whether this is your first potty training experience or your fifth, The Cozy Greens® Potty Ring will help you and your toddler be successful. Order yours today, and experience The Cozy Greens® difference!

Product Features


Comments

Dutchrub says:

Helped Our Toddler Achieve Success So my husband and I have been casually working on potty-training our son for about five months. We had bought a toilet seat with a built in addition seat for toddlers, and while our son would sit on it, he was never comfortable and fought it most days. Convincing him to try and go was sometimes torturous and yet rarely eventful. We started switching to underwear only on weekends and evenings when we were home to supervise, and while we had intermittent success, it was never consistent…

Mama Bear says:

Just what I was looking for


Comments are disabled for this post.