Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Even though the Looster Booster is big for our space it does its job well. We have a very small bathroom I am talking sit on the potty wash your hands in the sink and put your feet in the tub at the same time small. the step fits around the front of the toilet and gives my little one a nice area to stand on. She can get on the potty from several different angles. She can climb on it easily and has room to stand and get her pants down. She can sit on the potty and her feet touch the Looster Booster giving her a flat sturdy surface to help keep her steady on the potty. So she doesn't have to hold on to the seat to keep her balance. My four year old can get on the potty on her own with out the aid of a step but she likes it and says its easy to use and doesn't mind using it. thought she wouldn't let me take a picture of her climbing on it. I love that it doesn't tip over like one of our other step stools does. the non skid design on the top works great we haven't had a slip yet. Its also easy to clean I toss it in the tub spray it with a little cleaner and rinse it off.
I find this to be true for the most part. I personally don't need to move the Looser Booster out of the way. But Grandma finds it to be in the way some. It may just be because she is shorter than I am.But Its light weight so moving it is not a big deal for her. I think our toilet may be a little shorter than most its an older one so I don't think the Looster Booster scoots in as close as it would with a taller toilet.
Disclosure: I received the Looster Booster at no cost for review. All opinions are my own.