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- Order number: 510131
- EAN: 4008600216070
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.256.367
NUK WC Trainer, toilet seat for children, ergonomically shaped, safe and comfortable, with splash guard
Your child has left the diaper and the potty behind and now ventures onto the "real" toilet. With the ergonomic and comfortable toilet seat for children, NUK supports the little ones in this process and promotes their independence.
Trains toilet use
The NUK WC Trainer is ergonomically shaped and has a high backrest. The splash guard makes it particularly hygienic. The extra-large, comfortable seat and the anti-slip rim ensure a secure hold. The toilet trainer has a practical handle for easy handling, on which parents can also hang it to save space. The toilet seat fits all standard toilet seats. In white with color accents, it makes for a harmonious look in any bathroom.
NUK WC Trainer - trains the use of the toilet
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|MAPA GmbH, Industriestrasse 21-25, D-27404 Zeven
Goodbye to the diaper
Saying goodbye to diapers can be hoped for - but not forced.
How many diapers have you changed so far? Depending on your child's temperament, diapering can turn into a real wrestling match. But potty training is out of the question in the first year. Even if your child has the most fun with it - it's just a matter of chance. First of all, your child has to learn to consciously control his or her bladder and sphincter, and this is not possible before the age of the second to third year of life hardly possible.
Then your child will draw your attention to the fact that the wet diaper makes him uncomfortable. It will contort its face, walk wide-legged, cry or perhaps even say it already with words. Everything signals: "I want to get clean and dry now."
How well and quickly that succeeds then depends largely on you. Because what your child needs now is lots of praise and role modelsand role models that they can emulate on the toilet and who can help them get dressed and undressed. However, there is no need for special cleanliness training - your child's own initiative is the only and best prerequisite for learning everything necessary.