How to Pick the Best Toilet Safety Rails

Hello, today I am going to show you how to pick the best toilet safety rails for your kids.

When children are learning how to go potty in the bathroom they need extra support when getting up on the toilet, getting off of the toilet or just helping themselves especially when they are having accidents.

When I went shopping for my kids I looked for a toilet safety rail that was sturdy, lightweight, and easy to use. It also needed to be easy to clean because there were going to be accidents along the way. The one I got to fit the bill perfectly because it had adjustable height handles depending on who is using it and the rubber non-skid feet help keep it in place on the floor.

Shopping For A Toilet Safety Rail

  1. When shopping for a toilet safety rail you need to take into consideration the shape of your toilet bowl because some won’t fit all toilets.
  2. Decide whether you want a set with steady metal arms or folding ones that are easy to store in a closet or under a sink cabinet.
  3. Make sure the handles on your new toilet safety rail can be adjusted to fit four different heights so one seat is good for everyone in the household.
  4. Make sure the safety rails are easy to clean because you will be using them a lot. Make sure they have rubber grips on the handles that won’t slip up or down while your child is using them.
  5. Before you buy anything make sure the one you get is reliable and safe for your child to use it around the toilet area where accidents can happen frequently. We hope this article has been helpful in pointing you in the right direction when shopping for these products. Good luck!

What I Look For In Toilet Safety Rails

Not all toilet safety rails are created equal and one that is right for your child may not work out as well for another. To decide which one would be best for you, first take a look at the shape of your toilet bowl to make sure the safety rail will fit around it.

The next thing you need to do is decide if you want one with steady metal arms or folding ones that are easy to store. Make sure the toilet safety rails you choose have rubber grips on the handles that are slip-resistant so they don’t slide down or up while your child is using them.

Avoid toilet safety rails that have plastic parts because they will break the first time you use them.

Make sure the handles on your new toilet safety rail can be adjusted to fit four different heights so one seat is good for everyone in the household. It is also a good idea to get one with padded armrests and an easy release mechanism so you can take it off when you don’t need it.

When your child starts staying dry for longer periods of time you can just slide the safety rail out of the way and store it under the sink cabinet or in a closet.

There are also some toilet safety rails that have a splash guard to protect against accidents while your child is using them.

One last thing you need to do is make sure the safety rails are easy to clean and maintain because they will be used a lot in your household. The one I got has a no-touch release mechanism which works great with my water hose outside when it needs cleaning.

When it comes down to it, toilet training children is hard work but, if you are diligent in your efforts, the results will be rewarding for both you and your child.

Main Takeaways – Toilet Safety Rails

In summary, there are many different types of toilet safety rails on the market today. If you have a disability or need to use a wheelchair for mobility purposes, it can be difficult to find one that is both safe and comfortable.

I hope this article has been helpful in helping you navigate your options when shopping for these products. Remember that if you’re not sure which type would work best for your needs, ask an expert at a store near you!

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