How to keep potty training smells under control

Potty training involves different smells and odors that can linger creating a less than desirable experience in your home. Whether it's poop or pee, we're making it easy for you to keep potty training smells under control:

1. Fan/window: Sometimes all your bathroom needs is air circulation. Your child may not be tall enough to hit the switch to turn on the bathroom fan so it's something you may need to do for your kiddo. If your bathroom doesn't have a bathroom fan, you're screwed. Just kidding. You're not screwed, but you should at least open the bathroom window to make it possible for air to circulate in your bathroom. Allowing air to circulate will also help prevent the growth of mold and mildew.

2. Regular potty cleaning: Cleaning your child's potty on daily basis (after each use if possible) will kill harmful bacteria and control putrid odors. Take time to thoroughly clean the inside and outside of you kid's potty.

3. Baking soda: Using baking soda for odor control is a cost-effective method. After cleaning your child's potty, add a 1-2 tablespoons of baking soda to the inside of your child's potty. Baking soda can also be used in cleaning up after a bedwetting incident. No one likes sleeping with the odor of dried pee in the air.

These are just a few of the ways to institute odor control in your home when potty training. What are your methods of odor control?

As seen on ABC's Shark Tank, the IllumiBowl is a motion-activated toilet night light popular among potty training families and senior citizens. The IllumiBowl makes your toilet glow in order to make late night trips to the bathroom safe and easy. It's powered by three AAA batteries and attaches easily to any toilet seat. This popular product is toilet technology at its best. Who doesn't love a glowing toilet?



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