Scotty Training Pants Padded - 3.6 ,12 PACK
We have specially designed these padded potty training pants to fit loosely so that they can be pulled on and off by the toddler, without adult help. By doing this it not only does this increase the chance of getting to the potty on time, but it also makes whole process much more independent (which is the goal of potty training in one day).
They have an absorbent center panel that contains the accidents, but will make your toddler uncomfortable and therefore increase his awareness.The potty pants feature breathable side panels, wide rib leg bands for a comfortable fit and a center panel with fiber sponge for super absorbency.
These potty training pants are NOT waterproof and if you are worried about messes and leakages coming through the potty pants please check out 2-in-1 Waterproof Training Pants and Waterproof Pull-On-Pants.
Center & Side Panels: 100% Cotton
Interlining: 100% Polyester.
Based On 12 Reviews
I was a little disappointed when I got these in Sept. I thought the fit to be bulky and the legs were too big for my son who is a small 3 year old. Ironically, son had no interest in potty training. So, 6 months later they are the perfect fit and to him they are just like any other underwear, but to mom they are a reassurance that everything stays dry even when there is an accident. FYI the legs now fit perfectly. LOL So, so much more comfortable then a training pant and rubber pant over it.
These potty training pants are the ONLY produce that my little guy will wear during this lovely challenging potty training time. We have tried many MANY other products; however, since my son has extremely sensitive skin, these are the only ones that he won't take off. I too, have been lucky enough too, with my husband, to face a two year battle of potty training with our little guy. I LOVE the MANY incentive ideas that this website offers and their products. Incentives usually last a couple of weeks for us and then we have to change it up and make it something new and exciting again. Being a teacher, I've tried everything and still am struggling with this so it's very overwhelming for me. This website, products and resources gave me a fresh start and I know that IN TIME we will get over this hurdle. Thanks for making products for sensitive bums. :)
I love Potty Scotty/Patty. I purchased the Potty Scotty ones for my boys and they lasted through potty training him and his brother a few years later. I then gave them to a friend that used them for her 2 kids. When she was done she asked if I wanted them back. I would have, but my girl did not want blue panties. LOL I then bought Potty Patty. I am now using them on my second daughter. They have held up through one and going strong for child number 4. I couldn't decide between the cotton or the waterproof. I went with cotton b/c I can put a nylon dappi training pant over it at naps/night. As for accidents they were thick enough to give me a "grace period". If there was an accident it didn't pool on the floor or wet the furniture (as long as my child told me right away). It was soaked and their pants would be wet, but that was the only mess I had to clean up. I am about to purchase a larger size b/c my 4th child is a different build and has outgrown the ones we have been using. I am so glad I came across these! Just one thing. These are trainers. Not diapers. There will be accidents, clothes will get wet, and they definitely will not hold more than one accident if left on. They are very effective in training and very easy to wash.Oh a little laundry advice so they dry in one cycle... when you take them out of the washer give them a gentle shake so they are not all balled up in the dryer. If you do not do this then you will have to put them on a second cycle to dry. As for washing, I just through them in with the regular laundry.
I have been struggling with my little man using the potty for 2 years. He will be 5 and this is my 5th boy and he has been the most difficult one. I was absolutely sick of buying pull ups. He would be but refused to poop. I finally got him to poop in toilet and it went from there. I started giving him praise and rewards, and he has been doing so well. THANK YOU for a WONDERFUL PRODUCT. Best money I ever spent. I will be recommending this product. ONE HAPPY MOMMA here...... woop woop. :)
These training pants are thicker than the Gerber pants. They really worked! My 3 year old son would just use pull-ups like diapers. So I purchased these pants so he could feel wet and it worked. They wash well and they are easy for a child to pull up and down. Great product!
I purchased these back in june and I absolutly love them. They do shrink a little in the wash but they were perfect for my two year old who is now officially potty trained. These still made him uncomfortable when they were wet but they did not leak all over my floor, on the couch they would leak. They were easier for him to pull up and down compared to pull ups but had that extra little bit of protection compared to regular underwear. I would reccomned this product to anybody training a toddler.
These are very nice training pants and protect against accidents. These pants are so absorbent though that my son did not care if he was wet or not. It was like using a diaper. I think it depends on the type of kids you are trying to potty train. Good Luck!
If you're planning to train your child earlier than about 3 yrs old &40;we started when our son was 13 mo, could walk & was starting to communicate using sign language&41; or if you have a small child, these are about the only option out there--we can't even get Pull-Ups for his size which is frustrating. They have been fine, are durable through washes--keep very minor leaks in, but let bigger soaks through. We also got a few pairs of rubber pants from same company which haven't been as good of quality as the actual pants. My complaint with those is that the rubber wasn't sown very well into the nice spandex elastic parts which defeats the purpose of containing accidents. There have also been a couple times that the rubber pants have allowed a bigger potty mess through too. Contrary to what I thought about separate rubber pants, don't count on wearing these again after an accident as they get pretty soaked too--we feel like to keep up we have to either go without rubber pants most of the time &/or get as many rubber pants as you have these small underwear. We also tried a few pair of the all-in-one &40;pants with water resistant liner included&41;. In my opinion they are overall better quality than relying on the separate rubber pants, although our little one seems to do a little better in the smaller plain big boy pants. These all-in-ones don't come in the smaller size which is disappointing as the plain ones above do fit our 22lb. 33in. 2 yr old a lot be
After pulling my hair out reading TONS of reviews on different training pants, I bought a three pack of these for my 10 year old son with autism. I also ordered waterproof covers, but these arrived first. Today he's gone through all three, but only one soaked through to his shorts. He drinks water almost constantly, so for these to hold his pee is pretty impressive in my opinion. For a child this age, these are only going to hold one pee - but there was NO dripping! My son is a very small 50 lbs with thin legs and I bought the size large. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is because they shrunk quite a bit more than expected in the wash. They did fit, but were a little snug, especially the waistband. They fit perfect around the legs though. I just ordered another 12 pack in the XL. These are much cheaper than Imse Vimse and a lot of other brands, and are thick but slim fitting. My search is over :&41;
My baby is pretty big for his age, but at ten months he is still a bit away from potty-training. Still, because trying to diaper him is occasionally like trying to wrestle a bear cub, I ordered a couple of different kinds of training pants so that I can "diaper" him standing up. These are the most absorbent of the brands I've tried. I can slip him into a pair of these training pants and a wool or fleece diaper cover and he'll be good for an hour or so. Make no mistake; these aren't diapers, so at the end of that time there are good odds he'll be soaked &40;it doesn't take much&41;. But it's good to know that when potty training begins in earnest, I'll be able to count on these to save us from soaked sheets and rugs. Also, the times my kiddo has pooped in these faster than I can get him onto the potty chair, the leg and waist elastics have contained the mess. Good stuff! I'll be ordering a size up soon.
These are super absorbent and totally save you from having to clean the carpet every time your little one has an accident. Even though they are absorbent, your toddler will still know they wet themselves. They are expensive though and they aren't made very well. After washing them for the first time one pair had a hole in them that I had to darn shut and I am constantly trimming long threads from the inside of them.
Potty Scotty's are pretty good... tend to run large at the legs so you don't need to buy a size up like you should with Luvable Friends. The padding is very thick, but unless the leg holes fit well, the pee may leak out at the legs when it's released. We've adapted to this by putting on two layers of training pants, which helps keep leaks from the reaching the floor too. As far as being true to size, we find the Gerber cotton training pants to be best. A good fit for thinner children, especially since the Gerber waistband does not shrink as with Potty Scotties and Luvables.