Does anyone use a kiddiwash?
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    Default Does anyone use a kiddiwash?

    I have no downstairs toilet and its proving impractical for the young ones to use my kitchen sink.

    Has anyone tried a kiddiwash unit? What do you think of it?

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    Never heard of it. What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicola Carlyle View Post
    Never heard of it. What is it?
    Kiddiwash hot water hand wash for pre-school and nurseries

    I think they are great although I don't have one we have used them when visiting the farm.

    Shame they are a bit pricey

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    I often use a medium sized bowl of warm soapy water - dibble dabble hands, dry on a piece of kitchen towel and refresh for the next child

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    I use a top and tail bowl for handwashing

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    I have a kiddiwash

    luckily got one at a show that was reduced!

    inspector commented on it and loved it!
    boo

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    I have one!! Really good. Got one as part of a capital grant. Also dont have downstairs toilet so have a camp toilet and hand washing area downstairs which works really well with six under 5's all toilet training.

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    Wow, love the look of the Kiddiwash. fantastic idea. I really need one, but doubt any grants going to be coming my way in the near future.

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    I don't have one but love the idea.

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    Never seen them before, seem very expensive I'djust use a small bowl
    Mandy xx

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    Love these. Putting it on my wish list !!!

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    £158....hmm I think Ill stick with a bowl of soapy warm water

 

 

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