Potty Patrol Training Alarm System!

Are you a mom struggling with potty training? Let the Potty Patrol help you potty train your little one and save hundreds of dollars!

Disclosure: I received this product for free in hopes of obtaining an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are those of my own and may differ from those of your own. No compensation was received as a result of this review.

Potty Patrol was created by two dads to help in potty training their own children. During their potty training experiences, they’ve realized there had to be a better way to make potty training easier. Thus the Potty Patrol was created to help parents manage the potty training experience and children to conquer potty training with speed, confidence, and dignity.

The Potty Patrol system is a wonderful addition to help with potty training. I have two boys who at the potty training age one is very stubborn on using the “big boy” potty at 3 years old he needs to start asap. The Potty Patrol starter kit contains two packs of diapers with sensors in them to attach the musical alarm to aid when children are wet. I found this very helpful with potty training in the daytime and children are alerted quickly when it’s time to go potty.

How this system works:

  • Put the diaper on the snaps and the blue sensor goes in the front.
  • Snap-on the alarm it is activated once it’s snapped onto the diaperListen for the alarm; once wetness is detected there is a short siren and then plays “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” twice.
  • Place your child on the potty when the alarm sounds
  • Snap off the alarm and replace the diaper. Don’t forget to add the alarm back on.
  • Once your child is on the toilet and actually go celebrate success!

I would recommend this product to any mom who is struggling with potty training especially a mom of boys. The starter kit is affordable on any budget at $34.99, you can also purchase refill diapers for $19.99. You can learn more about potty training and what benefits the Potty Patrol can help you with your potty training toddler by visiting their website here.


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