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Old 07-24-2011, 11:00 AM   #1
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I have a friend who is trying to PT her son who. He sometimes wears just underwear during the day, but she is nervous about having full accidents. Will using underwear with a cover be enough to hold a small dribble accident? Will it hold a full pee accident? Just trying to protect her carpet and furniture. Thanks!

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Underwear, even the padded kind, is not going to hold a full pee. It usually holds in poop (briefs or boxer briefs.) This may sound harsh, but she probably just needs to ease up and get some pet stain cleaner. Potty training can be messy!
Also, naked training might help, starting outdoors, or in non-carpeted rooms for easier clean-up. Increased supervision when indoors will help too. I made my sit on a waterproof pad (like a crib pad) on the couch the first few times he watched tv without me right there.
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I use Motherease Toddlease. They pull up like underwear and are padded enough to contain a full blown accident.
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Check out Super Undies. They are great! Their daytime trainers will save the furniture and carpet, and the nighttime ones will save the bed.
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Also, naked training might help, starting outdoors, or in non-carpeted rooms for easier clean-up. Increased supervision when indoors will help too. I made my sit on a waterproof pad (like a crib pad) on the couch the first few times he watched tv without me right there.
Good luck to her!

Naked training, that's a great idea! I'll have to try that, my hardwood floors can take it!
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