Orange Urinal for Boys
Over the last 10 years that we have been in business, we have heard from many parents about the joys and challenges of potty training boys! And we also know that most of the time, it is the mom that is potty training. So may want to know what is the how to potty train a boy? Do you have him sit down or stand up?
My personal opinion is that you start training them by sitting down and then once they have mastered potty training and are accident free, you then teach them to urinate standing up!
No matter which path you take - this orange urinal for boys is perfect for toddler boys who are learning to urinate standing up!
This little urinal gives your toddler the independence to go and urinate when he needs to go; he can easily reach the urinal - it is at his level. He does not need to climb up on step stools to reach into the toilet.
The urinal can be attached to the toilet or the shower with suction cup or to the wall with screws.
Based On 2 Reviews
it was a great hit. my 3 year old grandson went from not using the potty at his dads house ( wanted to stand like dad and cousin) to using it all the time. Even trying to go poop on the potty now also. Now we have to get one for Mom's and grandma's house.
My son loves it, it's easy for him to use and he doesn't even need to ask for help to go pee anymore(although make sure he's not wearing long shirts!). It can either clip onto the toilet or (apparently) suction onto a tiled wall. I just clipped mine on the toilet at an angle, it isn't in the way at all.