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Mums rave about Amazon's £6 colour-changing toilet light for helping kids who are afraid of the dark

ALONG with cowering away from clowns and despising thunder storms, being scared of the dark is a pretty common fear for countless young children.

Well forget all about filling your home with night lights because you can now get a colour-changing motion sensor light for your bathroom – and it's a total must if your children hate the dark.

  • Toilet Motion Activated Light, £6 from Amazon – buy now

Turning the toilet bowl from bright pink to aqua blue, this motion-sensitive light clips on to the outside of your loo.

Better still, this motion sensitive colour-changing light turns on instantly when someone walks within 6.5 feet of it.

In other words, it doesn't run the risk of wasting precious battery life throughout the night.

Perfect for children with a fear of the dark (or who have poor aim in the night!), the handy device alternates between eight colours over the course of two minutes or can be altered to stay on just the one shade.

What's more, it's also a total bargain for just £6.

Unsurprisingly, the genius invention has also proved a hit with parents who credit it for helping their children get over their fear of the dark.

Racking up dozens of five-star Amazon reviews, one impressed customer wrote: "Wonderful… my granddaughter is not afraid of the toilet monster anymore."

Based on their own experience, another added: "Great little light for in a caravan when you have kids who need the toilet."

And from an entirely practical purpose, a third wrote: "Bought this because my kids leave the bathroom light on all night, pleased to say it's worked."

For more must-have parenting buys, The Range is selling a flashing children's toothbrush that turns off when it's time for your kid to stop brushing their teeth.

And Asda is selling a unicorn paddling pool for just £18 – and you kids will go mad for it.

Plus mums are raving about B&M's Winnie The Pooh wallpaper that costs just £13 a roll.

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