If your looking for an inexpensive substitute to diaper covers for your baby, then you should try these NEW! Gerber Vinyl Pants - For Added Protection.
Just pull these over any cotton training pant, and you and your little one are ready to hit the streets, leak free!
Many swimming pool operators now require a plastic pant over a swim diaper for children 3 and younger, so these will come in quite useful this summer!
Made of 100% chlorine free PEVA these NEW! Gerber Vinyl Pants - For Added Protection are soft and flexible for baby's comfort and won't irritate sensitive skin. The elastic in the legs and waist is covered by a soft and comfortable nylon.
Care Instructions: Machine wash warm. Do not use fabric softeners. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Line dry only. Do not put in dryer and do not use fabric sheets. Do not iron.
"plastic potty pants" (Oct 23, 2013)Reviewer: Millisa Miller
The concept here is awesome but unfortunately the sizing is way wrong. My almost 3 year old is 34 lbs. and the tag and size chart describe the plastic pants as for his weight but they are waaay bigger. (and floppier) i would guestimate the 3T pants we bought to be for a kid that is 40-50 lbs. possibly. (i'm just super guessing here)
Pros- great price and great quality!
It can be difficult to shop online. We'll try a smaller size.. Thanks!
Keeps the bed dry (Feb 14, 2013)Reviewer: Raphaele Machado
These rubber pants are the best. The night diapers were wetting through every morning. These pants keep the bed dry. It's great added protection.
The poop stops here! (Apr 16, 2012)Reviewer: Barb W
These plastic pants help keep everything contained when we are out and about and an accident occurs. They rinse easily and dry quickly. They shouldn't be put in the dryer at all. Expect them to deteriorate if you do. They are supposed to be poofy since they are designed to allow a toddler to lower and raise them independently.
Parents these days - UGH!!! (Jan 29, 2012)Reviewer: Sally
I'm the grandma. I've potty trained my kids and one other grandchild. They were all done by the age of 2.
I now have a grandson who is ALMOST 3!!!! ... and is not bothering to try very hard - because - I believe - these damn Pull-Ups are too damn comfy.
The rubber pants WORK because the kid doesn't want to wear them!
These are hard to find locally.
If you're trying to potty train .... and you're trying to emphasize the positives... one BIG POSITIVE is getting into "big boy" or "big girl" pants and away from the nastiness of not being potty trained. One more vote for makin' the kid wear these, in my opinion.
Gerber Vinyl Pants (May 08, 2011)Reviewer: S
These pants work, but they are not a great fit. They are big and poofy. My daughter is at the bottom of the weight limit, but the elastic leaves marks on her thighs because they are too tight. Do NOT put them in the dryer (they melt). I would not get them again. The Potty Patty waterproof pull on pants are better.
Gerber Vinyl Pants (Nov 15, 2010)Reviewer: Caleb's mom Dawn
These pants are great. They run a little big but we still love them.
Gerber PEVA Waterproof Pants (Nov 30, 2009)Reviewer: Mortimer & Jillian Smithison
Gerber PEVA pants are not worth spending any money on. The are much like putting a plastic grocery sack on your baby's diaper and feel about the same. They do not hold up well with washings and definitely melt on a low setting in the dryer. Gerber missed the mark when they gave up standard vinyl.
Savior (Sep 11, 2009)Reviewer: Scott dad to Paul
my son is 5 and having accidents at night, so we decided to use these on him over his bedwetting diapers, amd these plastic pants helped contained the leaks, they are perfect also for long car trips, they are a savior i'd reccomend these panty's for kids up to age 6 who still need help
SUPER BUY (Apr 08, 2009)Reviewer: IanAlexMom
This is a great item. We needed these to help our son start potty training, because the disposible training pants are too much like a diaper. This was nice to have to put over his cotton training pants to help keep up with his accidents. We'll be saving them for our second son who isn't quited ready to train.
Best Plastic Pants (Apr 08, 2009)Reviewer: Gina
These are the best plastic pants I have ever purchased! Not sure why but these have held together through washing and drying. No holes or rips in them at this point.
I have purchased many Gerber "training pants" at the stores but they always fall apart very quickly. I would even hand wash them and hang them to dry and still have them rip. Not so with these!
Check the label: 100% peva, not vinyl (Mar 27, 2009)Reviewer: Jessica Sheetz
These are completely different from the 100% vinyl plastic pants that Gerber used to make (until recently). These "improved" plastic pants crackle and crinkle loudly, and worst of all, the quality is so poor, I really can't see them lasting more than a few weeks. I'm glad I only ordered two packs. I'll have to try a different brand. DON'T BUY THESE!