The Little Looster – Booster for the Loo is a horseshoe shaped stool that surrounds the base of your toilet, creating a pedestal for children to be supported while they sit on the loo. We can all say goodbye to the port-a-potty, toilet seat inserts, diapers, stress, apprehension, accidents and the lack of space in our bathrooms.
All children will eventually use the “big-potty” – WHY not start kids on it comfortably? Save the extra expense and mess that comes with the space-consuming porta-potty. We have been able to shave off months of diapering by creating a comfortable and safe experience on the loo.
Toddlers believe they might “fall-in” – WHY not give them the security and confidence that the stability of the Little Looster provides. Little Looster kids use their legs for support, alleviating that fear of falling in. Hands no longer need to grip the germ-ridden, inner rim.
No cleaning out the temporary port-a-potty. Flushable waste is the obvious sanitary option.
The Little Looster supports and boosts little legs, while potty training AND for the next 2-3 years that toes can’t reach the ground. No more “stinging” sensation when legs fall-asleep, from dangling unsupported off the sides of the toilet – little legs love the Little Looster.
No more hassle. Parents don’t move the Little Looster every time they need to use the loo. Our unique design allows adults full use of the toilet while standing or sitting, without ever moving the Little Looster.
The average family in the US is spending approximately $75/mo on disposable diapers & wipes and over 92% of those are ending up in our landfills. No one really knows how long it takes for a disposable diaper to decompose, it is estimated somewhere between 250-500 years. The statistics are staggering as I’m sure you are all well aware of. The Little Looster is made of plastic which is 100% recyclable after your many years of use.
The Little Looster can cut out months of this environmental mess and huge cost to families.
My name is Monica Mylet, I invented the Little Looster. My husband Phil and I live in Portland with our 3 wonderful children. I had all of them in diapers at once and had a problem that needed to be solved. I could not justify the expense of all those potty-training devices on the market or the time to clean them all out, when they were all going to use my toilet eventually. I needed one solution. So I got creative and here we are, three years later – problem solved.
I have only used Oregon companies in the making of this revolutionary product, from the cad designer, website creator, patent attorneys, injection-mold-makers, plastic injection company and finally the shipping supplies.
It doesn’t get more “Made in the USA” than that!