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Four Simple Tips to Handle Accidents During Potty Training

Potty training is more of a marathon than a sprint. It’s tempting to compare your child to his fellow “racers,” watching as your best friend’s little girl sails right through the process with only one or two setbacks. Meanwhile, you’re limping toward the finish line in fits and starts, waiting for your child to finally get the hang of it.

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Refresh, Relax, Renew! What Blues Do for You – and Your Bathroom!

We all need a place to escape to, where we can step away from our cares and relax for a while.

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Seasonal Decorating: Spring

If you live in a climate with definite seasons, you know that winter brings cold snaps, shorter days and colors that reflect the feel of the season: red, navy, grey.

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You Woke Last Night to the Sound of a Crash

Scenario 1: You’re sleeping soundly, an hour or two from your normal waking time when your partner gets up to use the bathroom. A few minutes later...

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Four Ways to Spruce Up Your New Home

Congratulations! We’re glad you found a new home. Did you know that in 2019, there were 5.34 million homes sold? That’s a lot of activity, with lots of people moving from one side of town to the other, or one end of the country to the other.

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Six Hacks Guaranteed to Improve Your Bathroom

We’re strong believers that even though your bathroom serves a function, it should still be a relaxing space, a refuge to escape to at the end of a busy day. And decorating it accordingly helps you feel that sense of calm! Paint, curtains and coordinating accents are easy ways to create a welcoming atmosphere.

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Is Sitting Painful? Here's a Soft Solution

If you or a loved one cringe at the thought of sitting on a hard toilet seat, knowing that pain is its partner, we encourage you to consider a Soft Seat.

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Seeing Red? Four Ways to Create Drama in Your Bathroom

Red is the energy in a bold swipe of lipstick; the ferocious glaze on a powerful sports car; the clenching intensity of a movie’s “red alert” cliffhanger.

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Relationship Rescue: Toilet Seats 101

Every year, our Customer Service team takes thousands of calls, almost 40,000 by our last count. Trust us – if you can think of it, someone has asked it.

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Have You Looked Under Your Hinge Caps Lately?? Get Ready...

We've all been there: You walk into a public restroom, enter the stall and stop dead in your tracks.

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The Four Types of Potty Training Personalities

When it comes time for potty training, your toddler’s personality plays a role in the process! It’s much different potty training a laid-back child than it is one with headstrong tendencies. Both have their own habits and traits, and it’s important to consider them as you begin potty training.

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Is Your Seat Grandma-Approved?

If you yearn for a space where the ping! of devices is a faint echo from afar; where the phrase “Little Women” conjures up turning pages and not a posse of middle schoolers; where cloth napkins dab away crumbs and doilies dot arm rests, you’re likely a grandmillennial.

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The Ultimate Guide to Man Cave Seating

We’ve been asked what the difference between a Man Cave and a garage is. Why, some women wonder, can’t their man just use the garage as “his” space? After all, most of his stuff is out there already, right?

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Lift the Lid on a New, Manly Bathroom Experience

If you’re a guy, you understand the subtle feeling of pride that fizzes up as you’re about to lift the lid on your GrillMaster 5000 to show your buddy the Insta-Light burners and the Sensa-Temp controls. It's cool stuff, and your GrillMaster will be the talk of the neighborhood. 

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Under or Over? Over or Under?

If you’ve been in a relationship for any length of time, say, a week or two, you might sense conflict creeping in. Nothing big, just silly little things like becoming annoyed because your partner can’t, won’t, or doesn’t know how to, ask for directions.

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Help! My Child Still Isn't Potty Trained!

While we can go online to learn tips for potty training our children, but sometimes, well, things don’t go as planned.

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Help Your Child Learn Potty Training Words

An important goal of potty training is to teach your child the words they need to effectively communicate their needs to both you and others who are their caregivers.

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Meet Coco: A Classic With Plenty of Panache

Remember the swinging, hipster flair of the 70s, the flowing bell bottoms, platform shoes and feathered hair?

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Start Potty Training With a Routine

Potty training works better when you establish the same order and structure, but before you begin, make sure your child is ready.

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Is My Child Ready for Potty Training?

It’s good to know the signals that it’s time to begin potty training. Look for cues that your child...

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