Lightweight, yet holds up to 150 pounds. Toddlers use both steps to reach toilet or sink; preschoolers can use bottom step. Measures 10.3 inches high by 12.7 inches wide by 14 inches deep. Slip-resistant design provides secure surface on all floor styles. Soft-grip steps give little feet comfort and support.
Anti-slide pieces are small, so consider combining with a non-skid mat.
Very stable. Slip-resistant surface on base and step. Sturdy, lightweight, and portable. Includes gripping holes. Measures 15.125 inches wide by 6.5 inches high by 11.125 inches deep. Supports up to 110 pounds.
Could use a little more slip resistance on some flooring, but this is easy to add at home.
Easy to wash. Good for small bathrooms. Comes in other colors. Easily stackable. Anti-slip top and grips at the bottom of the stool help prevent children from slipping and falling. Maximum weight of 70 pounds. Just over 5 inches tall. Holes in side make it easy for child to grip.
A little short for toddlers to reach the toilet, but they will grow into it, and can use it at the sink at their current height.
Best for children under the age of 4. Rubber padded legs prevent sliding. Non-slip rubber surface. Measures 13.5 inches deep by 9.25 inches wide by 6 inches high. Weighs 1.5 pounds. Rounded features repel dirt. Easy to clean with hot water.
Too short for the smallest of toddlers to reach the toilet, but should be fine by the time your child reaches 30 to 36 months.
Thickly cushioned, contoured seat attached to stool. Seat doesn't slide, giving a secure feeling. Makes kids feel independent. Easy assembly with no tools required. Folds for easy storage. Extra wide non-slip floor pads. Non-slip handles. Fits standard and most elongated toilet seats.
More than one parent reported the stool slipped with a child on it, causing injury. To avoid this, follow safety precautions and do not leave out where child could use unsupervised.
Potty step stools are a wonderful buy in supporting healthy patterns of independence and self-care for your children. Rather than being forced to rely on an adult for their restroom needs, an appropriately-sized potty step stool allows children to further their potty training success by allowing them to reach the toilet on their own. When buying a potty step stool, double-check that you’re buying the correct size for your toilet height and child’s weight. Other features to look for are non-skid feet and rubber grips to prevent your child from slipping. If you’re planning to use the potty stool as a multi-purpose step for your child, consider purchasing a lightweight model that’s easy for your child to move around the house.
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