My Pee Pee Bottle® is a Simple On-The-Go Potty and Hygiene Aid for Toddlers
Parents will do anything to protect their toddler from a dirty public restroom experience and the opportunity to make it a bit easier for themselves and their child when it is time to "pee pee".
My Pee Pee Bottle® was created was created to help parents and protect children from bacterial infections and to help reinforce good potty training habits - just some of the benefits of My Pee Pee Bottle®!
My Pee Pee Bottle® is easy to use, replaces putting on a diaper to avoid public restrooms and helps safeguard children from harmful, sometimes fatal, bacterial infections such as E-coli or exposure to Rotavirus caught from accidentally touching a dirty toilet.
My Pee Pee Bottle® Provides Convenience & Hygiene
At this time, My Pee Pee Bottle® stands alone! Nothing compares to
My Pee Pee Bottle®, Nothing! Most products on the market are either portable potty seats that still need to be positioned on a toilet seat within harms way of germs and viruses leading to an increased chance of child placing their hands on the dirty toilet for balance. Or, the potty is too big for true on-the-go functionality. Today's port- a-potty offerings are simply too large. Most portable toilet seats fold, yet are cumbersome, or require an additional carrying case.
Unique Benefits of My Pee Pee Bottle®
- Reduces time in the restroom
- No need for toilet seat covers or replacement covers
- More sanitary than toilet seat covers
- Prevents the child’s clothes from getting wet
- Acts as an emergency toilet when traveling
- No need to entirely take off shoes, skirt/pants/shorts or underwear
- Packs easily into a diaper bag, even a purse (approximately 7")
- Eco-friendly as it's reusable and washes out easily with soap and water or an antibacterial agent
- Leak-proof and odor proof
- Works for girls and boys
- Reinforces potty training habits such as child asking to use restroom while out, vs. placing child in a diaper to avoid restroom
- Smaller than portable potty seats
- Some children fear public restroom toilets
- Save more money by not having to buy expensive diapers
- Run your errands and not have to carry a heavy diaper bag
The Dirty Public Restroom & Rotavirus
In a study by Kimberly-Clark Professional, 39% of survey respondents feared picking up germs in a public restroom
more than any other place. Is there good reason for the fear or are people overly concerned?
What is rotavirus? Rotavirus is a virus that infects the bowels. It is the most common cause of severe diarrhea among infants and
children throughout the world. Almost all children have become infected with rotavirus by their third birthday.
Repeat infections with different viral strains are possible, and most children have several episodes of rotavirus
infection in the first years of life. After several infections with different strains of the virus, children acquire
immunity to rotavirus. Children between the ages of six and 24 months are at greatest risk for developing severe
disease from rotavirus infection.
How is rotavirus spread?
Rotavirus infection is highly contagious. The primary mode of transmission of rotavirus is the passage of the virus in stool to the mouth of another child. This is known as a fecal-oral route of transmission. Children can transmit the virus when they forget to wash their hands after using the toilet or before eating. Touching a surface that has been contaminated with rotavirus and then touching the mouth area can result in infection. Can you reduce the risks? YES YOU CAN…by using My Pee Pee Bottle®!