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Not A Fan
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2021
I ordered a multi pack of this product a while ago and I’m still trying to find a way to use them......because their intended purpose of wipes for potty training is useless. I realize some reviewers were very pleased with theirs. But my from experience, I found the following things to be true : 1) each wipe is very small. 2) the individual wipes rip as they are pulled out of the package. 3) it is often difficult to pull out just one wipe as multiple come out even tho you’ve grabbed only the top one in the container. Remember, they frequently rip as you pull them out so now you have multiple torn pieces. 4) They really aren’t that moist and if you aren’t going to finish the package soon, by the time you get towards the bottom of the container, the product feels very dried out.
Now imagine them being used as potty training wipes. You have small, not so agile fingers trying to remove a wipe. The wipe is small, one or more come out in shreds as they pull on it, little pieces fall from tiny hands. By the time they are actually going to wipe, they may now only have a partial section of a wipe in their hand. If they are aiming for a messy target, the user will likely have some stuff on their hands as well as the little section of the wipe. Now you have two things to clean up and this product becomes a waste of time and money. You might as well hand your toddler a sugar packet and tell them to wipe with that.
I didn’t give them one star because I can still use the clean shreds to wipe a spot of sticky juice off my tile kitchen floor or wipe a speck of pudding off a small chin. But, it’s very infrequent and I am about to throw the remainder of what I purchased away. You may like the price of this product, but if it doesn’t work as designed then you have wasted your money. Hope this review saves you time, money, and an opportunity to avoid getting really irritated. Lastly, google photos of wipes that have been flushed and what they do to sewer systems. Ultimately just not a good idea.