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My grandson is 3 and 1/2 years old, he loves to have his hands wiped after eating or soiling.
So we use water wipes for him, even wiping his bum now that he is toilet trained.
So I get questions about which wipes to use from new mums as I work in a newborn ward.

I want to know if its ok to tell/share with them about wet wipes as they have been good for my grandson?
I am not advertising or anything, just recommending.

Posted by mom69971, 26th June 2019

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  • Wet wipes are a lot used in our house and our youngest is 8yrs old :)

  • Yeah, sure. In some situations, I still use wipes for my 12 year old! They’re really convenient if you’re out and about.

  • I think it’s fine when it’s from personal experience I got advice from heaps of professionals in hospital and they all say what they like best.

  • I also have wet wipes handy. They are so handy even for emergency make up removal, spot cleaning around the house as well as the obvious nappy changes and dirty little ones.

  • GAIA natural bamboo is the ultimate. Huggies care unscented natural baby wipes are great too. Hope this helps.

  • I personally still use wet wipes for my little boys hands though would prefer not to it’s basically up to the individual I guess

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