This Genius Target Toilet Light Helps Potty Train Your Kids (Or Husband)
Date Published: 01/06/2020 11:54 AM (Updated: 04/16/2020 10:49 AM)
Sure there are a few tools out there to help potty train your toddlers, such as this wall mounted training urinal with a spinning toy inside, along with an iPad holding potty trainer, but the Toddler Target might take the cake for the most innovative. It's a light that shines into your toilet and projects a target as to where they should aim. In fact this might even be more useful in a men's restroom at a bar, since apparently it's very hard to pee into a toilet without hitting the floor, back wall, or all over the toilet seat when outside your own home.
Not only is the Toddler Target a cool way to help your toddlers learn to aim into the toilet while peeing, but it also acts as a toilet night-light to help guide you and your toddler to the toilet in the middle of the night. It comes with two modes, a motion activated version that will make it just turn when someone is in front of it, and a night-light mode that will turn on only in the dark.
The toddler target helps promote independent potty training for little boys, and is actually loved by parents as it helps them clean up a whole lot less pee on the sides of the toilet and the ground. Not only that, but the toilet target light is also a great idea for special needs children and autism spectrum kids.
The toilet target night-light is powered by 2 AA batteries, and is super easy to remove and put back onto the toilet when they need replacing. It attaches to the back of your toilet using a 3M adhesive strip that's super durable.
The toddler target toilet light won't hit your back when you sit on the toilet, can be moved and aimed at whatever location inside the toilet your prefer (back, front, sides), is easily visible even with your bathroom lights on, it works on any kind of toilet, and is made from high-quality materials that will withstand any cleaning agent.
Check out the toddler target toilet night-light potty trainer in action via the video below.
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