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These wipes don't break down in water. I was up until 2 this morning, snaking our line, because everything backed up into our basement. It was awesome. And by "awesome," I mean I pulled out grey and black clumps of intact Kandoo wipes from the line, and had to disinfect the entire basement floor. The only thing these "kandoo" is create a serious headache, and put you out anywhere from $150-$300. I'm not blaming the product, because I really should've known better than to flush something down the toilet that looks, feels, and acts like a diaper wipe. It's that blasted frog, though. He's so unassuming and cheerful looking, as if he's saying, "Don't worry, I'll clean up all your kids' messes--I 'kandoo' anything! Yay!" In reality, he's saying, "I might clean your child's bum with ease, but I'm going to make sure you're cleaning up your family's poo water from the basement floor in several months.Yay!"