Kandoo Baby Wipes

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“THEY ARE FOR YOUR BUM MUM”

published 24/09/2002

Easy for small hands to grab, come out one at a ti...

Not too widely stocked at present as they are new

James my small big 'un is at that age where he wants to do everything for himself. He wants to ‘cook’ his own meals from the contents of the fridge – mainly consisting of yoghurt, jelly, chocolate mini rolls and carrots and he wants to be totally independent in the toilet area too. Having tried...

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“I can do it too...........”

published 01/07/2005

Flushable and easy for children to use.

expensive

Kandoo toilet wipes are in an attractive purple and green plastic box with a lovely 'feely' soft button to pop the lid up with. This, in fact proved to be so fascinating to my small son that he fiddled with the box so much that the spring mechanism broke on the box. Therefore I had to spend money...

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“Wipe with the frog”

published 10/09/2005

great for encouraging potty training

very expensive

The first time I saw these advertised on tv was with my little boy who was just coming up to the toilet training stage at the time. And boy did this advert appeal to him with its oh so cute and cheeky looking frog logo dancing about the screen helping the little girl go to the toilet by herself...

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“The blocked toilet!!!!!”

published 23/08/2004

Gives your bum a fresh wipe.

If you don't watch your child they tend to use to ...

We got some voucher's through the door to promote the Kandoo Toilet Wipes. It came in a large envelope with a little book for the children. Which they could colour and teach them how to use the toilet ,and making sure they wiped and flushed. It even got down to the details of washing their hands...

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“Kando or Kannot do”

published 28/10/2005

Easy for child to pull out and use

Not as biodegradeable as stated

When my daughter was toilet training I received some money off coupons in the mail for Kandoo wipes. The cost of these wipes are around £2.80 to £3.00 in most stores (Boots, Tesco, Sainsburys) and I had received two £1 vouchers so I thought I would give them a go at a bargain price (we all like a...

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“Kandoo”

published 14/06/2004

You can flush them

None

I think they are very useful because it means your child(ren) can learn and go to the toilet by themselves, whilst making sure they wipe any remenants up, so avoiding skid marks. The Kandoo wipes flush down the toilet, so you don't have to put them in the bin, and so can be used just like normal...

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“Kandoo just cost me $200”

published 31/05/2009

Kids love them and they make learning to wipe your...

Plumbing hates them.

Kandoo wipes may claim to be "flushable", but first hand experience just showed me my pipes can't handle them. I just paid a plumber $200 to remove a wad of them out of my main sewer line to the house. When the plumber pulled the snake out of the sewer line it looked like a long q-tip with a...

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