Waterproof Pull On Pant - 2 Pack
Pull on pants are designed with the busy mom and toddler in mind! These waterproof covers are designed to be pulled on over cotton training pants, making them waterproof.
So if you are on the go while your little boy is potty training, you will just slip these on over cotton training pants and be worry free if accidents happen!
Made from 100% nylon, these pull on pants, are today's version of vinyl training pants.
Our potty training pants come in a variety of sizes and will fit babies, toddlers and kids up to age 6. (The weight and the size of the child will have an effect on the age limit of our product. For example, children who are 7 and older but have a small build may still fit into our training pants.) Please make sure to use our weight chart as well as our sizing chart to get an accurate fit.
Each package contains 2 PER PACKAGE.
Based On 44 Reviews
I have been looking for leak proof covers.I've tried other covers however when my toddler had accidents they did nothing. After searching and looking over the reviews for these I bought 2 packages and THEY ARE AWESOME! My toddler had an accident during nap time and complete soaked his underwear and I had no idea until he told me when he got up. His shorts and bed sheets were completely dry. Great product! They also don't scratch him like the others did.
So glad to have this product! I didn't think I could handle doing cloth training pants if it meant my son would be peeing all over the carpet, furniture, and beds all day long! These along with the cloth training pants kept his clothes dry. I'm very happy with all the Potty Scotty products I got. They are all good quality and worth the investment.
my 14 year old daughter went thru roman catholic confirmation last may and had to wear a poofy white,knee length dress with a veil.white tights and white mary janes.I borrowed a pair of the xxl size plastic pants from the parish nursery and put them on her when i dressed her and they were hardly noticable under her tights.I had her wear them to make her feel more pure in her white outfit.i put the rubber pants in her tights and put them in the box with her dress and veil.
I have a 4 year old boy who is almost 4 feet tall and weighs about 47 lbs. He's still in pull ups just at night and we're struggling with finding an absorbant enough pull up that won't leak out on the bed. I was so greatful to find these pants (in his size) to put over the pull ups. As mentioned in previous revies they do run a bit big but I've kept them and used them anyway. They work for the most part though there are still times when it leaks out. He loves them and is happy to wear them since they are comfortable. He even calls them his "slippery pants" because he slips right off my lap when he's wearing them and he thinks that's fun :-)
my two daughters,ages 8 and 10 were flower girls in my neices wedding last august and i put the xxl size on them when i dressed them and they wore them under their white dresses for the day.
I am so glad this is available in larger sizes for those who need it.
These are great quality, soft plastic pants. They have stretchy fabric around the leg openings & waist which makes them look very comfortable. The sizing was spot-on for my slightly skinny 3 yr old, they contain leaks quite well, and most importantly, ,y daughter will wear them without complaint!
Great, until you took it off, and all the pee leeked out
all thou my son has issues wearing these over his diaper training pants these are a prefect fit n does there job, he's 6 and is special needs
I love these training pants! The new material is so much softer than the old plastic pants! They wash and dry so wonderful! Also the elastic in the legs keeps everything in without strangling my little girls chunky legs!
It does a great job! When she has accidents there are no leaks with the training pants on. She's able to pull them down herself too.
Last fall we baptized our 12 year old daughter and dressed her in the traditional white poofy knee length dress with a bonnet lace anklet and white shoes.my neighbor uses the xxl size of the rubber pants on her 3 year old daughter,so i borrowed a pair and had the daughter wear them under the dress.she weighs 84 pounds and they fit her surprisingly well with no problems.after i put them on her i sprinkled baby powder in them.
I use this product on my developmentally delayed 6 year old. I use regular cotton underwear and she has made remarkable progress. I concur with other reviews about using one size smaller than recommended. I use L (34-39lb) although she is 48lb and it fits just fine. One small caveat: I purchased several and there seems to be a variation in quality of the nylon. Some are thinner than others.
i bought a package of the xxl size and put one of them on my 7 year old daughter under her communion dress last may.i baby powdered her first then put them on her.she wore them all day and they didnt cause her any problems.they were the same color white as her pretty dress.most of the little girls in her class also had rubberpants on under their dresses also.
After disappointment with Gerber plastic pants, I was looking for a High Quality alternative and found it in your Scotty Potty brand. Thank you for making a product that stands up to washing and fits properly.
Ordered the plastic pants to train our 2 year old, love them!
Best part is the elastic legs and waist, very soft and non irritating to the skin like most elastic. Wash nicely. Would recommend.
These contain the mess but are still easy for my daughter to pull down. Easily hand wash and dry quickly when accidents happen.
My little man is not totally into the idea of potty training. He is a fan of diapers, but he is starting to like the look of underwear. The problem with most training pants is that they do not have awesome designs on them, but after going to the store and getting some money and car underwear he is really getting into potty training...but they are horrible at absorbing anything, which is where the waterproof pull on pants come in! They are amazing at keeping the wet in and unless my son told me I would never know he wet his pants (which in my opinion is the whole point! I want him to tell me so we can change him and he can learn that dry is better than wet)!
They work great. They are a little big, my girl is small for her age and the smallest pair is too big.
We have used the Potty Pattys for years with great success. These are perfect for pulling over their all cotton &40;non-waterproof&41; panties. We used them only at night and our little girl was potty trained after 3 nights of "accidents". All of her bedding stayed perfectly dry. So, when she would come and get me after an "accident" in the middle of the night, all I had to do was put new panties on her instead of having to take her whole bed apart to change the sheeting as well.
Life saving product for me! I was so tired of changing sheets for my first grader. He is much happier too since his sheets are dry every day. They are also very durable and don't hold odor like some I have had in the past that were more cotton.
In 18 years of childrearing I have never needed to buy plastic pants. I always considered them a relic of my mother's generation who had to raise cloth diaper-wearing babies. My kids always did disposable diapers, pull-ups and disposable swim diapers. Recently, however, we joined a local swim & tennis club that requires children who aren't potty-trained to wear plastic pants over a swim diaper. This was a first for me, but you have to respect their emphasis on pool cleanliness. So, I checked online to see where and which plastic pants to buy. The Potty Scotty/Potty Patty plastic pants came well-recommended, better than name brands like Gerber, so I ordered them through the Mom Innovations website. I needed them fast so I could take the kids swimming Memorial Day. Mom Innovations said on their website they'd work to accomodate customers, but when I told them I needed them in three days, they said I'd chosen the wrong shipping method - Fedex Ground. But guess what -- they did arrive on Day 3! We've used them, we've washed them, we like them. $23.42 to buy two packs of two each &40;total: 4&41; and ship them. If you have to have them, we recommend them.
After trying Gerber and Dappi for training pants covers, I decided to take a risk and pay the extra price for these. SO worth it! The Gerber and Dappi seem to be made for much bulkier diapers and are too papery &40;gerber&41; on not repellent enough &40;dappi&41;. These are the perfect thickness and softness and are REALLY made for potty training, not diaper covering. So nice to finally find what I've needed all along.
Just purchased these and the material and fit is very similar to the Bummis Whisper nylon cover/training pants. I like them a lot, especially for the price. Better than Gerber plastic pants.
Theses are great. Durable -- hold up to frequent washings with bleach. Easy to use -- my son can pull them off and on. And best of all they don't leak. I also bought the gerber ones and these are much better at preventing leaks.
No better or worse than imagined. Keeps the wet in pretty well. My son found them a trifle uncomfortable, but they are plastic pants...who wouldn't?
I'm in the midst of potty training my 3 year old. She's been a little stubborn about it thus my need for plastic protective pants. The fit well over underwear and under clothing. My primary use for them is traveling in the car and going to the store. Might be slightly big but for me that's a plus, because my dd is tall and growing fast. We did have a major accident and the pants failed to contain but frankly, there's no product that was going to contain that volume.
I have recently started potty training my 3 year old son. He is 41 pounds but very tall and thin, so I decided to order the size Large instead of the X-Large. I am glad I did, as these seem to run big. If your child is husky or has chunky thighs, then I would order the recommended size. I use them over his cotton "big boy" underwear. These pants do a good job of keeping his clothes dry. The elastic is soft and not too tight around the waist and thighs but is secure enough not too leak. When he has an accident, I stand him in the bathtub so it is easier to clean him up. Otherwise, you might have a mess on the floor. Overall, I am satisfied with them and will continue to use them. I gave it four stars instead of five only because of the sizing.
This is a great waterproof cover to use in conjunction with cotton training pants. It is softer and just better all round than the Gerber covers. Definitely worth the bit extra in price. They are not bulky ie they squash flat against the cotton pants. The elastic is very soft, also, which is nice. They are a good fit &40;we use the small size over the x-small cotton potty patty pants and also over the 18 mth size Gerber cotton training pants&41;. If your kid has chunky thighs, they might be too tight.
I looked everywhere in town for these pants and was unsuccessful! I like the feel and protection they give! It helps me out with not washing the sheets from leakage everyday and that is worth gold!
Nice and soft not hard and plastic feeling.Keeps my daughter dry.She is about 28 pounds and a medium fits nice - runs big.
These are great and keep wet leaks in. Their very durable, I've had them and wash them alot, last a long time
The training pants seem like a nice product but their sizes are off. My daughter is tall, average size &40;not skinny&41; and 41 pounds. I chose the Xlarge for 39-44 Lbs. They are way too big and would have leaked around the legs.. The sizes of their products are more for stocky kids. So I am returning them and purchasing the next size down. I will have to pay for returning them but they waived the shipping on the smaller size order. They were very helpful on the phone and they arrived in three days. The same goes for the the cotton training pants.
Really happy with these pull ons. The material is nylon, which is more soft than the vinyl. We machine wash and dry, and they're still in great shape a few months later. My 22 month old darling pees through his nighttime Huggies diaper every night, and after many failed diaper covers, special diapers, and homemade solutions, I got these and have not had to wash pee off the bedding ever since. The cover alone is not enough to prevent spills, though. I have the nighttime diaper on, then some underpants over that to absorb the urine, and then the pull ons. When I want extra protection, I line the pull on with a soft washcloth. We probably wouldn't have this problem if he didn't drink water in bed, but I don't want to deprive him of his fluids. Now with these pants, it's not a problem.
These are great! Kids can feel if they are wet a lot better than if they are in pullups and they stop clothes from being wet. My daughter loved them because she got to wear underwear and I love them because there is no mess and it is a lot cheaper than buying boxes of pullups.
I bought these for extra protection to use with the potty patty cotton training pants. My daughter is petite (22lbs and 20 months old) and wears an XS in the training pants, but I had to order a Small in these. Although they are a little large for her they still provide the protection she needs and helps keep her clothes dry. They can be washed and dried with no problem, haven't shown any shrinkage, and aren't bulky under her clothes. So far we have been very pleased with this product!
These are fantastic. My 22 month old is potty training and they help keep her clothes dry when used with the Potty Patty padded underwear. I was concerned about size because the reviews say they run large and my daughter is between sizes at 24 lbs, but the small fits her perfectly. (She can fit in the XS and X in the underwear). They don't melt in the dryer like other brands and they're less obvious under her clothes.
Seem to be working well for my 3 yr old. I measured her thighs first to get proper size. I am using them with regular underwear underneath, and for the most part they contain the urine, until you slide them down, so if you get the other clothes off first and have some wipes or paper ready, it's not too bad. I usually have tights on her too, and there is sometimes about a half dollar spot that leaks out. To me though, this is still much better than pee all over the couches and floors along with the ensuing trails.Also it rarely gets to her pants. It does also prompt her to tell me faster (although still not in time). Also, I have been able to hand wash, roll in a towel, and then just set over the heat registers to dry in about 15-20 minutes, which is nice so I didn't have to buy more than one 2-pack, and I don't have to run laundry just to keep up with them. I would definitely buy or use these again.
My 3 year old son is very tall at 44 inches and 46lbs. The pants were exactly what I was looking for but they run huge. The urine during an accident pools and then explodes like a water balloon making a larger mess than is necessary. I would go down a size
These are really great...but my daughter is 40 lbs and not small in the midsection, and she still wears mediums with plenty of poof to spare. Size down.
These are really nice. Doesn't make too much noise in motion.
You definitely need to size down. My son is avg size 35lbs and the large is WAY too big.
I will purchase again since I got only two but will consider getting smaller size.
I had looked online for hours trying to find waterproof pants for an older child with autism. I finally found these that would fit. I am back to buy the XXL for him. I hope to get him potty trained soon. Today he is nine years old.
size down if you think of buying these. we already had Imse Vimse training pants and they leak if they have a full pee in them, so we thought to buy covers. These covers are way too big, my son is regular sized and weighs 35lbs, bought the large and they are huge. Would love to return/exchange them but with all these restocking fees and return limitations, we'd probably have to pay to give them back.
I have a 20 year old disabled child, still in diapers. She only weighs 65 lbs and is very thin. The XL fit perfect, I was using an old Gerber XL, which they don't make anymore, and I was getting worried I couldn't find these anymore. The disabled places only cater to adult sizes and are way over priced. Thank you for having them. And I like the way you have the measurements available, it's very helpful.