Prevent UTIs in Children with PeeSafe Toilet Seat Sanitizer {Review}

I have a fear of public restrooms which probably stems from my OCD traits and makes me super freaked out about hygiene. On top of that when Samaira was born I dared not change her in the baby room of public restrooms. As she grew I would make sure that she went to bathroom before we left the house so that we didn’t have to step into one of the restrooms in a mall or a public area.

Last December my daughter contracted Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and it was possibly the worst 10 days of my life. It was a torture to see my tiny daughter in so much of pain and it took so much time for her to recover. It was the first time she had contracted UTI and I researched a lot on what Urinary infections were, symptoms of urinary tract infection, what was the treatment of uti and most importantly how it could be prevented.

UTI in children

Urinary Tract Infection in women is very common and can serious complications if left untreated. UTI in pregnant women if not taken seriously can be life threatening for mom and baby. In cases of UTI in children, little girls are especially susceptible because their urethras are smaller than boys. This means it is easier for germs to jump from their behinds to urethra and then bladder.

Young kids are prone to UTIs mostly because they are still potty training and are still getting the hang of wiping and washing up. However, using public or unclean toilets are one of the major reasons kids get urinary infections.

Common urinary tract infection symptoms in kids are

♦ Bed Wetting episodes even if the kids have been potty trained.

♦ Crying when going to the bathroom or unable to pass urine

♦ Frequent urination

♦ Fever, chills, fussiness, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite and lethargy.

Treatment for UTI

It is important to get treatment for UTIs as soon as possible before it becomes a full blown kidney infection. Treatment for urinary tract infection is usually to get antibiotics. UTIs usually start improving within two to three days on antibiotics, however it is very crucial that you finish the full course (usually seven to 14 days) so it doesn’t recur.

There are some home remedies like cranberry juice, vitamin C, Apple cider vinegar etc. You can also take homeopathic medicines for treatment of UTIs. But the best solution for urinary infections is drinking water, lots and lots of water.

Prevention of UTI

The adage that Prevention is better than cure is so true. To help prevent urinary infection in kids you can take some simple steps like teaching your kids to wipe and wash themselves after potty, drinking water frequently, encourage frequent visits to bathrooms and not holding it in, sticking to loose, cotton clothes to prevent moisture which can foster bacteria and most importantly clean restrooms.

PeeSafe Review

PeeSafe Toilet Seat Sanitizer {Review}
Like I said, I dread using public restrooms and taking Sam to them is even more dreadful to me. So, when I heard about PeeSafe a toilet seat sanitizer which kills 99.9% of infection causing germs within 5 seconds, I was intrigued.

After having used the Pee Safe can a few times I would absolutely recommend it to all my readers. PeeSafe not only disinfects the toilet seat but it also deodorizes and sanitizes. If you are like me and hold your breath the moment you walk into a public restroom then you have to get a can of PeeSafe for sure.

The 75 ml PeeSafe can lasts upto 150 sprays and costs Rs 120/- Pee Safe toilet seat sanitizer consists of rubbed IPA formulation which sanitizes the area within 5 seconds of spraying. This sanitizer is travel friendly with a sleek design and is compliant to air travel rules. If you travel frequently and are worried about personal hygiene then this spray should definitely be a part of your personal hygiene kit. You can now travel without the disposable toilet seat covers as this toilet seat sanitizer spray can easily be carried in pocket, and is really easy to use.

How to Use PeeSafe

This is a small can which easily fits in your pocket, handbag or travel bag and is very easy to use.

Just hold the spray can around 3-4 inches away from the toilet seat
Shake the bottle well and spray.
Wait for five seconds
The disinfected seat is ready to use
The anti-bacterial solution evaporates quickly and leaves no residue. It is so simple to use that you can even train your kid to use this spray every time they need to use a public restroom.


Why you should use Pee Safe Sanitizer?

♦ Kills 99.9% of bacteria within 5 seconds

♦ Deodorizes and sanitizes the area apart from killing the germs

♦ Is travel friendly and can be used very easily.

♦ Is absolutely safe to use for everyone.

PeeSafe is available exclusively on India’s leading Personal, baby and Home Safety products portal- Safetykart and if you order within next two days, you will get a free surprise gift from Safetykart.

So let’s protect our kids from the nightmare of a urinary tract infection and order a PeeSafe can today!