I tried reward charts, treats, and downright begging when it came to potty training, and my daughter was having none of it. So when I heard about Pee-kaboo potty training stickers, created by a stay-at-home mother of two who lives in my own town (go New Jersey moms!) I was like, whoa.

Could this be the help that desperate potty training parents have been looking for?

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The cool thing about these reusable stickers is that you can only see the cute designs — after they’re peed on.

Kind of like the plus sign on a pregnancy stick. Only with trains and butterflies and flowers.

Just stick one in a dry potty seat, and encourage your toddler to mark the spot. When the image appears, it rewards a job well-done. Rinse the seat with cold water and the image disappears again, ready to be reused for up to six weeks.

It’s that “now you see it, now you don’t” peek-a-boo game — get it? Pee-kaboo? — that’s the golden ticket to getting your kids to want to use the potty again and again.

Ha, golden ticket. Couldn’t resist.

You can find Pee-kaboo potty training stickers at our affiliates Bed, Bath & Beyond or Amazon, or at the company’s own website