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Toddle Green Potty Liner Review and Giveaway

What are ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners?
ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners are the easiest way to clean toddler potty chairs.
Innovative, eco-friendly liner fits over the removable bowl of any potty chair and provides a protective barrier so waste can be easily removed with the liner and flushed.
Liner is sewer and septic safe and fits all potty chairs with a removable bowl.
There’s no need to clean, scrub, and sanitize the potty chair each time!

How do they work: 

ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners are strong enough for holding liquid and solid waste in the potty bowl, while soluble enough that they start to break down when disposed in the toilet.

The liners are made of a water-soluble, biodegradable material called Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA).  Unlike Polyethylene plastic, which can take 500 to 1000 years to decompose in landfills, PVA will biodegrade and dissolve in water.
The liners will quickly soften when disposed and submerged in water, then break down in sewer or septic systems.  ToddleGreen Flushable Potty Liners are certified biodegradable and compostable per ASTM D6400 Standards by a third party independent lab.

My Review:

I was not paid for this review but I was sent a free sample of Toddle Green Potty Liner's for my review.  All opinions are 100% mine. 

I think I could pout and whine just talking about the potty right now.  My 2 year old spunky boy, you know the one who had several successful potty trips  well before the age of two, wants nothing to do with the potty right now.  I know there have been many changes for him with us moving but he is refusing to sit down on the potty.  He even is saying "I a baby!"  Some day's I agree and I want him to stay my little baby but to be really honest I am looking forward to no more diapers.  

So I thought if I changed the potty a little it might spark an interest.  My little guy was very curious as I put the liner on his potty but sadly for me he was still not willing to sit on the potty.  

I know these liners are one size fits all which is great because I have 2 different potty's.  The first one I used the liner on was the Elmo one and to me the way that potty is set up it is a bigger hassle getting the liner on and off then rinsing out the potty but our other potty is very simple and it was much more easier to put on and take off.  

I like the clean feature and green feature that allows you to flush the liners right now the toilet.  

If you want to try your own Toddle Green Potty Liners then enter the giveaway below using the easy Rafflecopter form.  

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Emi said…
We have these liners because I won them on a different blog. These are great for when I am at my mother's house because she is so picky about potty messes. I also use them for the potty that we carry in my truck. I tie up the liner and put it in the back of the truck bed until I get somewhere that I can throw it away. The bags are sturdy enough to hold up.
Char W said…
I like that they are one size fits all and contains messes well :)
Meaghan said…
i like that its flushable!

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