Kandoo Flushable Wipes Review

My daughter has been potty trained for almost 2 years and wiping can STILL be a challenge.

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She is very independent and wants to do everything herself. I couldn’t even get her to smile in the picture above!

I try to respect her spirit but it’s hard when most toilet paper found in NYC restrooms breaks apart or is rough causing her to not get completely clean. We also go to a lot of bathrooms at public playgrounds that are out of toilet paper or are so gross I want to hose her down after she uses the toilet!

Enter Kandoo Flushable wipes….
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They come in a packet small enough to fit in my purse and the wipes are small enough for my daughter to handle. They’re flushable so we don’t have to worry about clogging the toilet! They can also double as cleansing wipes to clean my daughter off after she has used a questionable public restroom or played in mud.

My daughter LOVES them because they smell nice and feature the adorable Diddit the Frog. KandooKids.com features a fun video, tools for parents, and an achievement chart to help motivate kids to potty train. My daughter is potty trained but hates washing her hands afterwards. With the Kandoo hand soap I never have to remind her because she loves the color, foam, and smell of it.

Kandoo Flushable wipes are available at Walmart, Target, and many other grocery and drug stores. Visit KandooKids.com for more information.

A sample was provided to me for the purpose of this review. I was not compensated. All opinions are my own.

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One Response to “Kandoo Flushable Wipes Review”

  1. Jess May 28, 2015 at 3:08 PM #

    They’re not flushable, no wipes are, doesn’t matter what it says on the package. You can test them, just put them in a bowl of water for awhile and see that they will be just as solid as they were when you put them in. Toilet paper breaks down quickly and easily. It’s best to put them in the garbage. They don’t biodegrade like toilet paper and can cause serious problems to the sewage system. I use wipes all the time, love them, my son uses them, but they go straight into the garbage, not the toilet.

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