Even if you’re not a card-carrying germaphobe, you probably have some trepidation when it comes to taking your baby into a public restroom. But when that diaper gets full and you’re out and about, doody calls.
Many public bathrooms are equipped with flip-down changing tables whose condition will make you question how some people were raised. What do you do?
You could wipe it down and hope for the best. You could take Baby outside and change her in the trunk of your car. Or you could plop a changing mat on the sink or floor of wherever you are. How about you ditch all those options and try a Baby Change-N-Go?
Unlike flat, foldable changing pads, the Change-N-Go is a portable changing station that hangs on the back of a door. Made with materials sturdy enough to hold a child that weighs up to 40 pounds, it’s also compact enough to fit inside a diaper bag.
The Change-N-Go features small pockets for you to store diapers, wipes, or clothes for your pumpkin, and all it takes to clean its nylon surface is a damp wipe. And before you ask, yes you can strap your baby into it!
Dads who run into table-less restrooms will no longer need to improvise with diaper changes, and best of all, it belongs to your baby. Win! Check out all of Baby Change-N-Go’s features in this video to learn more.
What do you think of this handy product? How do you handle diaper changes when out in public?