Super Undies - Our Nighttime Saving Grace {Potty Training}

When I began our potty training adventures this second time around, the one thing I worried about was staying dry at night. My son was very good about staying dry when he was younger. In fact, after 18 months he would wake up with a dry diaper 5 out of 7 nights. Sometimes even more.

When we potty trained the first time we had no issues. He stayed dry all night and woke up from naps sweaty but again, no accidents.

But since he had worn Pull Ups at night and during naptime after his regression, we needed to figure out a solution to getting him back on track in controlling his need to go when he was in a deep sleep. Our solution to our night-time dilemma was Super Undies!


What are Super Undies?

Like cloth diapers, Super Undies have an inner layer of microfiber cloth to allow for little accidents to be absorbed and not get the sheets and clothes wet. If extra protection is needed, Super Undies also has a removable insert to place inside the trainers like a pocket diaper.

There are two types of daytime use Super Undies, the Pull On Potty Training Pants and the Pocket  Potty Training Pants. To learn more about the differences of the two watch each of the videos shown on the website (links above).

For most people, Super Undies are the perfect green solution to potty training pants. Instead of going for the disposable trainers, you would simply purchase a set of Super Undies to use until your little one got the hang of holding it in and waiting to get to the toilet.


They are super easy to pull up and down, just like underwear, but don't have as much bulk as a cloth diaper. They're also a heck of a lot more stylish than the plastic pants I've been handed down by relatives.

And they're simple and easy to wash. Since these aren't diapers and aren't meant to hold in a lot of urine, they can be washed in what you wash your undies with. I simply throw our Super Undies in with the darks or the towels... whichever needs to be done first.

Super Undies come in a variety of colors. I had my son help pick out the color of his and got him involved in knowing exactly what they were for and how they were just for emergencies. 


Nighttime Potty Training Solution

Since we already have daytime potty training covered, and have continued to use underwear, the only time we needed a little extra reassurance is night time when my son occasionally still has an accident when he either wakes up too late or doesn't make it to the bathroom in time in the morning and has an accident on the carpet outside of the bathroom (or next to his bed).

For the first two months after he was trained we had him wear his Super Undies to bed for an added sense of reassurance. He felt better because he knew that even if he didn't make it in time, he wouldn't make a mess everywhere. And we were happy because we don't have to change his sheets as often.

Because the Super Undies have a removable insert, you can decide whether or not to add in more absorbency or leave the insert out. Either way, you're saved from having to clean up the messes accidents leave behind.

Super Undies also has a pair Nighttime Undies if you need a little more protection.


The Investment
At a reasonable base price of $19.95, and a potty training kit starting at $125, you can purchase all of the Super Undies you need for the cost of less than 5 months worth of diapers or disposable trainers How's that for savings?

Even if you're only looking for a night-time and nap-time solution, Super Undies are a safe bet! And I'm fairly certain that potty training would have been a heck of a lot easier had we invested in Super Undies before trying Pull Ups. I think a lot of frustration and miscommunication between myself and my son could have been avoided.

You can purchase Super Undies on their website here. Or if you're looking to purchase locally, check out a list of their retailers here.

The Noise Girls have yet again put together an amazing giveaway event just for your family! The For the Family giveaway event starts on September 1st so please remember to hurry back and enter for your chance to win.

And Super Undies has joined in on the fun to offer one lucky reader a pair of Super Undies in this giveaway. Head on over and like them on facebook or follow them on twitter to stay up to date on new products and promotions!

Disclaimer: I received a pair of Super Undies for review purposes only. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. 

41 comment(s) with love:

Mama Luvs Books said... Reply To This Comment

I seriously think we need to get these for my 5-year old son who is still having potty issues!! Never heard of them before!! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing!! We need these!!!

mglawler said... Reply To This Comment

I have a friend that could really use this! Thanks for the info.

Gena said... Reply To This Comment

I've heard GREAT things about Super Undies! We've gotta try them when PTing #2! Thanks!

Lena & Alex said... Reply To This Comment

WOW - that is cool. Would love one just about now

Grandma Juice said... Reply To This Comment

See... now they didn't have anything even close to this cool when my kids needed it!

Marina@EBMR said... Reply To This Comment

I have to get this for my little fellow. We're potty training and do great all day but we do have our accidents at night

Sonya Sanderson said... Reply To This Comment

Super Undies are a super idea!

Brianne said... Reply To This Comment

Never heard of these before! Great idea! I have a neighbor that could really use these!

Cjnedrow said... Reply To This Comment

This is a great idea. I should get these for my little nephew!
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Ashley Suzanne said... Reply To This Comment

These are great for those learning to potty train.

Lord SkyOak said... Reply To This Comment

Overnight is sometimes an issue ty for this.

Lori Thomas said... Reply To This Comment

These would save tons of money!! Would love to give em a try.

Sonya said... Reply To This Comment

These are perfect and would be a lot better than training with regular undies or disposable trainers. sonyadmorris@gmail.com

Robert Pyszk said... Reply To This Comment

I like that they have an inner layer of microfiber cloth to allow for little accidents to be absorbed and not get the sheets and clothes we

Jan Messali said... Reply To This Comment

I like that they have a removable insert you can use as well.

Chasity Boatman said... Reply To This Comment

I've never heard of this company before, but they sound really great! I will be investing in some.

Joy M Pablo said... Reply To This Comment

I dont even want to think about what it will be like to potty train my son when the time comes... especially because my hubby will most likely be on deployment yikes!! But this looks like an amazing product. Will definitely look into it

Melinda C said... Reply To This Comment

As a cloth diaper fanatic, these will be absolutely necessary when we start potty training!

Elizabeth said... Reply To This Comment

We spend tons on sposie pull ups what a neat idea!

CHELESA sims said... Reply To This Comment

I have never heard of this company before but it would save me tons of money on diapers and pull ups.

Mike Davis said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks for such a great giveaway-- This can be really a necessity for the deep sleeping little people

Lilac said... Reply To This Comment

I love the look of these. I'm always concerned with nighttime, though, because my little guy is such a heavy wetter. Hopefully, something like this will withstand even a power-blast of a night-time accident!

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Jenny Stanek said... Reply To This Comment

I am actually a little bit past potty-training time with my little ones (they're 4) but I love these Super Undies. That's a nice transition between the completely absorbency of diapers and the complete opposite with underwear, a little something to help them while they learn

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Alexandra Pitcher said... Reply To This Comment

I am not potty training just yet, but this is an article I will keep bookmarked for when I start!

Laura said... Reply To This Comment

What a great idea - my daughter is potty trained, but we still have accidents at night, this would be a perfect solution!

Aura said... Reply To This Comment

nightime undies sound perfect for my 4yo who still needs nighttime protection

Krystal said... Reply To This Comment

I love how the Super Undies can be customized as needed by adding extra absorption.

Jennifer Young said... Reply To This Comment

I would have liked to have tried this while night training my daughters! I used the plastic pants over underwear and it ended up leaking!

Amy B said... Reply To This Comment

I love the idea of cloth training pants! Would love to try these!

bill elliott said... Reply To This Comment

I have to get one of these for my granddaughter

Michele P. said... Reply To This Comment

both my 2 and 3 yr old grandsons are potty training and I really like this big boy design...

ThePixieSprinkles said... Reply To This Comment

Wow what a neat idea! I might have to pick these up for #2 due in November when the time is right! =)

sheila musselman askins said... Reply To This Comment

these look great! i like that they have a removable insert and you can simply throw them in the wash..great idea!

Chisum Crew said... Reply To This Comment

I've never heard of these before but think they would be a big help. RAfflecopter: happi shopr

Audra Weathers said... Reply To This Comment

These look comfy and I like that it's something you can use again and again.

Hannah Avery said... Reply To This Comment

These would be great for when I start nightime potty training my son!

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JSweeps said... Reply To This Comment

I like that these aren't as absorbent as like a Pull Up but still allowing for some absorbing.

Anja M. said... Reply To This Comment

I never heard about them. Sounds pretty good. Thanks for the giveaway.

Karina said... Reply To This Comment

awesome

Mary said... Reply To This Comment

I wish these had been around when my son was little. They are great!

Jennifer Nielsen said... Reply To This Comment

These undies are awesome. I am crossing my fingers that my kid doesn't need them though!