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The Shandle: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Potty training is dirty business. Once your child has graduated from pull-ups and accidents, bathroom etiquette is a whole other lesson. The Shandle ($7) aims to help parents take the sting out of teaching tots how to use the toilet with some humor and function. The Shandle is a handle that attaches directly to the toilet seat to keep lil fingers' clean when they lift and lower the seat. It also is a written reminder for kids to wash their hands after doing their business.

Would you try out the Shandle to help with your potty training efforts?

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MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
handles are almost never a bad idea. cheesy marketing though.
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