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Satisfactory

Prowipes the bum cleaner ans surer than the dry toile...

Conshorrendously expensive, unnecessarily perfumed

Kandoo Toilet Wipes claim to be ‘your little one’s first toilet tissue’ …. or something to that effect. That was a put-off, as I don’t like niche products much. A machine for cutting rose shapes out of radishes, a saloon for cutting hair of married women aged 30 to 50 of Armenian extraction...

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“I KANDOO IT TOO!!”

published 14/06/2005

Proclean well, soft, fun dispenser, encourage indepen...

Consthe smell of the wipes, cost

KanDoo Once my little brother was potty trained we wanted to try and encourage him to use the 'big toilet' as much as possible to make it easier for us (no emptying potties or carrying them around with us!) and also to encourage him to become more independent. All the time he was in nappies or...

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Satisfactory

“Kandoo can't do poo!”

published 07/10/2005

ProBox is well designed and serves purpose.

ConsWipes stink, dry out and are too flimsy. Horrendo...

Kandoo toilet wipes are such a gimmick. From the moment the annoying advert with annoying child claiming, "I can do it too with Kandoo" arrived onto our screens I refused to give into the cutesy irritating frog and its hype. However, when a website offers you a freebie only a fool would say no...

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Excellent

“Keep the peachy feeling”

published 29/04/2003

ProCreates independence with little mess

ConsA bit pricey

I like to try new things... I also like to try new ideas... So when Pampers brought out new KanDoo wipes for children at toilet time I thought I would give them a go – well I thought I would ask my little 3-year-old, Charlie, to give them a go. Now Charlie is totally toilet trained as you would...

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Super

Propleasant smelling, bright packaging for kids, catc...

Conscan be expensive

I am a sucker for new gadgets and gizmos and when I first saw the tv advert for kandoo my daughter was so mesmerised that I decided that I would give them a go. Don't get me wrong - she can go to the loo all by herself but occasionally gets very lazy and there is nothing worse when you have just...

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Super

ProEasy for children to use

ConsCan be expensive

My youngest was a nightmare to toilet train. You see he suffers from second child syndrome. He learnt at an early age that he could get everyone to do everything for him! And toilet training was no different, when he did start finally going to the loo on his own he refused to wipe his own bottom...

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“YOU CAN DO IT TOO!”

published 19/05/2010

ProWork Well, Smell Nice

ConsRRP is too much

Kandoo Children's Toilet Wipes Kandoo Children's Wipes are made by Pampers but are different to Pampers baby wipes because they are aimed at toddlers and small children. I paid £1 for a packet of these wipes from Poundland although they can pretty much be purchased at any supermarket or local...

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Excellent

“'Mummy, I kandoo it!'”

published 12/06/2007

Proeasy to use

Consnone

Toilet training is a big step for any child and obviously some take to it quicker than others. Most people start off encouraging their little ones to use a potty before moving on to the big toilet! Once my daughter was trained using the potty she was very happy to use this although for some...

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“He KanDoo it himself”

published 24/09/2002

ProKids will love them

ConsYour wallet will hate them

I am the first to admit that I am an advertiser's dream! No, I'm not some gorgeous model. I am a self-confessed mug for new gimics. A few years ago when Pledge brought out a wash for wooden floors I bought it-and I didn't have wooden floors at the time. I was suckered by the advertising. Okay...

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“Kandoo independence!”

published 10/11/2009

ProGreat encouragement to be independent, easy to use

Consprice, and could block the loo

Our kids have been using these wipes for several years between them, they have been extremely useful in them becoming independent when using the toilet. The refillable dispenser box is very friendly to young hands, with it's soft plastic and big push-button to pop the lid open. The wipes dispense...

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Excellent

Proflushable and the kids love to use them

Consnone

Hooray for Kandoo Toilet Wipes! They are such a great idea. Soft, gentle, fragrant and the children love to use them. When my daughter was four years old she really struggled with her bottom wiping especially when she started school. I was beginning to worry that she would never have the...

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Satisfactory

ProEasy to use

ConsEverthing else

I would never ever have purchased this product, but my 22 year old daughter was recently given a free packet from nursery (via some company or other) so of course we've given them ago. This is much against my principals as my eldest daughter has always used- yes bog standard (excuse the pun)...

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Good

“Pampers KanDoo a bum deal?”

published 01/11/2005

Promoist wipes for tiny bums

Conscan cause blockages as take time to decay

Normal toilet paper can be a bit rough for a kiddy starting toilet training, so we bought these KanDoo wipes as we have had good experiences with other Pampers products, and these seemed like a good product to keep the little one's bum fresh. Quite often these are featured in 2 for 1 offers at...

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Excellent

ProEncourage child to clean themselves correctly, gre...

ConsSometimes can be pricey but good when on offer

These wipes were a god-send for my daughter when she was potty training. They are easy to dispense, a lot easier than toilet roll which would get trailed along the bathroom floor! They helped to make my daughter feel more important because she could wipe herself without me needing to help. They...

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Excellent

“I kandoo it too”

published 18/06/2006

ProHelps children go to toilet themselves

ConsCan be pricey

I bought these for my son when he started doing the 'big toilet', and it really helps his independance on the toilet. He loves to get the wipes himself and wipe his own bottom. The wipes are available from most chemists and supermarkets and are available in a box with refill packs available to...

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