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BrilliantPad 2.0 Self-Cleaning Dog Pad – Say Goodbye to all the Mess

If you’re looking for something better than a dog potty pad that can help you keep your home clean, fresh, and odor-free, then the BrilliantPad 2.0 Self-Cleaning Dog Pad might be exactly what you need.

Dog potty pads – also known as pee pads, wee-wee pads, piddle pads, or dog training pads – are either square or rectangular layers of absorbent material that are meant to work as a life saver to any pet parent for multiple reasons. However, the main reason to use one of these is because of their ability to soak up any sort of puppy mess.

Now, back to the BrilliantPad 2.0 Self-Cleaning Dog Pad. This electrical self-cleaning dog pad machine is the world’s first self-cleaning dog potty. This device is perfect for your dog’s number one and number two, handling any waste with ease. It wraps up and seals all the waste and keeps your home clean and odor-free.

Let’s take a detailed look at it and see exactly what it has to offer.


The BrilliantPad 2.0 Self-Cleaning Dog Pad measures 34 inches long by 24 inches wide by 2 inches tall, offering a total dog area of 24 x 23 inches. The device was designed specifically for small dogs, and works best with dogs that are under 25 pounds that still use pads. This is also a great device for training young puppies.

Keep in mind that using the BrilliantPad 2.0 for adult dogs that are not currently using pads is not recommended. It’s also important to note that senior dogs may require a significant training effort.

The device comes equipped with a small control module that adds an additional 2 inches (wide) to the machine’s size. The BrilliantPad 2.0 also comes with an animal sensor that ensures the configurable timer is not activated while your dog is standing on the machine. This means it will only clean itself when your pet isn’t using it anymore.

As stated before, this is an electrical self-cleaning dog pad, which means that no batteries are required. Just connect it to an electrical outlet and say goodbye to old-school regular stinky pads.

Lastly, there’s also a Manual Advance Button that you can use at any time to manually advance to the next dog potty pad with ease.


Long Lasting Potty

The BrilliantPad 2.0 comes equipped with hands-free long-lasting rolls of dog potty pads. These offer your family piece of mind for your dog’s potty-time, lasting from some days to full weeks at a time. These highly absorbent pads can easily dry out any solids and soak up liquids.

Automatic Replacement

While you do have the option to use the Manual Advance Button, the device features an adjustable timer that automatically replaces a dirty pad with a clean, fresh one. The adjustable timer automatically advances to the next pad one, two or three times a day. This way, messy and smelly instantly becomes clean and fresh, and that’s just something that regular dog pads can’t do at all.


By using the BrilliantPad 2.0 Self-Cleaning Dog Pad your home will always be clean, fresh, and odor-free. This device makes cleaning up after your dog is done with number 1 or number 2 a simple task. Just connect it to an electrical outlet and it’s ready to go.

The BrilliantPad wraps and seals your dog’s waste, and keeps your home clean and fresh 24/7. The device is designed for small dogs only and comes equipped with a sensor that ensures the machine only works after your dog is done with business. Its adjustable timer keeps the machine clean by automatically advancing to the next dog potty pad.

If you’re interested in getting the BrilliantPad 2.0, each unit is currently discounted with a Christmas Discount from its normal price tag of $150, and is now going for $130 (saves you $20). You can order yours online right now, directly from the official website, which you can access by clicking this link.


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