Asda Great Stuff Sunshine Fruits Toilet Training Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Asda baby products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Wipes / Flushable biodegradable Toddler wipes.
Newest Review: ... to encourage her to use mummys big girl toilet :o) the wipes come in a really nice little packet too,a happy purple hippo ... more
Customer Asda Great Stuff Sunshine Fruits Toilet Training Wipes Reviews (6)
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
We have two daughters - one is 3 and the other 1. Obviously the youngest is still in nappies but daughter no.1 is now well and truly potty trained - woohoo!! We're now at the stage where she uses the toilet (with a toddler seat) rather than the potty and she's VERY keen to do everything on her own. She runs in, shuts the door and wont let us in!! This is all good, independence and all that but she's not always so good at wiping after she's had a poo! We therefore thought some wipes might be worth a go and make life easier for her (and me!). Baby wipes were out of the question as she's a 'big girl' now and wouldn't dare to be classed as a baby ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/08 (Very useful, 82 readings)
After toilet training my son rapidly wanted to "do it meself" (sic) and mummy is often not allowed anywhere near after assisting with taking trousers down (which, for some reason, remains an issue!). I wasn't too bothered until doing it "meself" involved wiping bottoms. I knew about the Pampers Kandoo wipes but, having tried these myself when I was sent a free sample pack, I'd not been too impressed. My sister, however, swore by Asda's own brand version of the Kandoo products and so, on a rare trip to Asda I picked some up. The Asda wipes are part of their children's "great stuff" range. The wipes are packaged in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/08 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Every time I go shopping my daughter seems to beg me for the same things......"mum can I have some sweets........mum can I have a magazine........" Her newest request are the packets of Kandoo wipes. This is purely down to the fact she went to play at one of her friends houses and they had them!! Due to the fact that my three year old is toilet training I decided to relent and purchase a packet, they were of course lovely to use but extremely expensive. The next time I visited Asda, I noticed that they have there own brand of toilet wipes, these are the wipes I will now review. The product I will now review is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Asda's 'Great Stuff' wipes are really great stuff, they are currently 3 for £2 at the moment, I got these 3 packs last week and I am just coming to the end of the first pack now. My partner actually lifted these by accident instead of normal baby wipes, thats men for you! sorry guys. However, as I was rushing around asda trying to get the shoppong done as quickly as possible because it is such a tedious task, I asked him to grab the baby wipes for me. I only realised when I got home that what he had actually lifted were toilet training wipes. My son has only turned one and toilet training is not on his agenda anytime soon but I had no choice to use them as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Now my daughter is fully potty trained I though I would start using toilet wipes rather than baby wipes. On a grocery shopping trip to asda I came across these great stuff toilet training wipes, on special offer at 3 packs for £2 so I thought I would give them a try. You get 60 wipes in a packet and they have a 'fruity fragrance'. The wipes are derma-tested, flushable and biodegradable. The packet is difficult to open, especially for little hands and it's even harder to remove the wipes from the packet one by one. Most of the time I end up pulling the entire packet of wipes out as does my daughter which results in much wastage. The ... Read the complete review
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