BLACKFOOT: VO/STANDUP: Cleaning the toilet is the least favorite chore in the house, but thanks to one Blackfoot mom, those icky toilet stains are a thing of the past.
SOT: “We invited the Potty Protector,” CEO of Potty Protector Cindy Covington says.
VO: It may sound silly at first but this spray shield that goes on your toilet bowl really works. It keeps the potty where it belongs – Inside of the toilet.
SOT: “It guards all of that extra fine mist spray that just happens with little boys, and even teenagers, and even grown men, and even older, older men,” Cindy says.
VO: For business owner Cindy Covington and her five boys the Potty Protector has saved them serious cleaning time.
SOT: “The only thing that I ended up having to wipe down at the end of the week was dust. I’ve never had to actually dust my toilet before,” Covington says.
VO: Cindy says the idea came after she kept complaining to her husband about constantly cleaning up after her boys.
SOT: “He came back in with this makeshift bucket, stuck it on my toilet and I (said), ‘What is that?’ a couple days later and even weeks later I didn’t have the overspray and so I didn’t have to clean,” Cindy says.
VO: Soon their friends wanted try the toilet saving product.
SOT: “I liked the Idea. I have four boys and I said, “Oh my gosh! You need to make me one,” friend Alice Anderson says. “Instead of having to change my toilet seat every year, because it gets stains on it like crazy I haven’t had to do that.”
VO: The Potty Protector can fit any toilet. It has a small handle on back so you don’t have touch the main parts of the shield, and it only needs to be cleaned about once a week.
SOT: “When the spray hits this, it just immediately slides off from the slip agent and so you’re not having to wipe it off every single time,” Cindy says.
VO: For the mom, or dad who’s constantly cleaning, Cindy says she would love to help you save time. Find the Potty Protector on its website, or Kickstarter page.
SOT: “I just had so many moms wanting it and they were just all saying how much it has changed their life of not constantly having to wipe down the bathroom,” Cindy says.
VO: In Blackfoot, I’m Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com.