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Kids Shampoo Rinser £2.99 Delivered @ Argos

£2.99 @ Argos
Internet exclusive - free delivery. Really wish i'd known about these before, until recently we had a nightmare getting our son to rinse his hair in the bath as he didn't like water going over hi… Read More
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Really wish i'd known about these before, until recently we had a nightmare getting our son to rinse his hair in the bath as he didn't like water going over his face and this looks like it would have done the trick.

Helps keep soap and water out of child's eyes with soft rim.
Easy grip handle for complete control.
Large water capacity water storage for fewer rinses.
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1 Like #1
Heat added. Our daughter has full blown tantrums when it comes to washing her hair. Anything to prolong the use of our ear drums..:)
#2
These are brilliant. My lass paid £7 for ours.
#3
awesome!
2 Likes #4
I guess whatever works for you. We just get our kids to look up
#5
heat added
my son is the same and starts trying to climb out of the bath lol

How exactly does this work?
#6
Been meaning to get one of these for ages. So at this price I got 2, one for home and one for my Mum's. Many thanks op :)
#7
my 15 mo daughter is the same. hates getting her hair washed and turns into a kitten trying to escape from the tub :/ I remember seeing it in Blooming Marvellous (before Mothercare bought them out) for £5 quite a few months ago but there was no need at that time. Bottom line - heat from me! :)
#8
razam
heat added
my son is the same and starts trying to climb out of the bath lol

How exactly does this work?

looking at some reviews
you pour from the front of their head and the soft part of the jug moulds to their forehead
so the water doesnt go down their face
#9
thanks, my son goes insane still at hair wash time, even though you tell him to look up.
#10
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/469-3991099bIEUC905269X.jpg
#11
:p great item,my girls will love it many thanxs
#12
Their site is retarded, ticking delivery address is the same as billing address and they still want both sets of details
1 Like #13
lol i assumed you forced their face into the hole then took the shower to them....hence he rubberised rim, infact i think my idea is better.
#14
Excellent....ordered thanx!! Fab price....cheapest ive seen! Hot Hot Hot! :)
#15
Brilliant idea. Ordered thankyou.
#16
This should help with the little ones hair wash and hopefully stop the screaming,never seen them before thanks op.
4 Likes #17
What's wrong with a sponge over their eyes works with ours.
I really do think society is going down hill, consumerism gone crazy.
banned#18
Thanks OP, ordered one for my niece.
3 Likes #19
If they make alot of fuss shave their heads, worked for my kids, boys and girls.
#20
thank you. we too have an escape artist who cries at the mere mention of a hair wash. it doesn't matter how many times she's told to look up she does the opposite and then screams blue murder...if this works then it will be the best thing i've bought this year.
1 Like #21
Cheap for what it is, so heat from me but I just cover my little one's eyes with a flannel and rinse away. :D
2 Likes #22
My son used to hated that water on his face until He got a snorkel set for his birthday. now it's how to get him out of bath!
#23
Nice one OP - ordered for our new arrival. Have some winter heat.
3 Likes #24
yeah look up and shower their hair worked for all mine 8) then when they can do it on their own , jobs a goodun !

just like to point out the obvious , as soon as you can get your kids used to water going over their faces a lot easier it is for them when they learn to swim ! so keep up the fight i say
#25
anyone know if its just pink?
#26
Thanks will maybe help with my 6 year old daughter a nightmare to get her hair rinsed ..saw something simmilar in mothercare
1 Like #27
Schlingel
I guess whatever works for you. We just get our kids to look up


My darling 17 month old daughter responds to look up by telling me No and goes into im going to scream and shout and wriggle mode. If only asking her to look up was that simple. She may still be young but she is no fool.:(
#28
kkl
What's wrong with a sponge over their eyes works with ours.
I really do think society is going down hill, consumerism gone crazy.


Whats wrong with a sponge or flannel is that most children or indeed infants know how to use their hands and fingers so sponges and flannels get flung and removed from their heads in seconds.... This if this makes people lifes easier or infants bath time enjoyable then thank god for consumerism and if you want something to disapprove of at look up Mooncup!!!



Edited By: HalfDemonHero1982 on Dec 20, 2010 19:10
1 Like #29
HalfDemonHero1982
kkl
What's wrong with a sponge over their eyes works with ours.
I really do think society is going down hill, consumerism gone crazy.
Whats wrong with a sponge or flannel is that most children or indeed infants know how to use their hands and fingers so sponges and flannels get flung and removed from their heads in seconds.... This if this makes people lifes easier or infants bath time enjoyable then thank god for consumerism and if you want something to disapprove of at look up Mooncup!!!


Thats right kids are no fools I used to do the same to my mum when I was a kid because I didn't like the water going over my face either, "the minute mum said dads coming up and he won't be so gentle and cover your eyes with a flannel" I knew it too and stopped making a fuss!
Kids are no fools we know that, but they will always push to the boundary that they can get away with, and you are letting them get away with far to much it sounds like..
So stop trying to implicate that its wicked not to use one of these just to justify your own weakness in how to treat your child in the bath!
When you want them to learn to swim you will be to blame for the nambypamby way in which you acted when they were in the bath..
2 Likes #30
crazylegs
HalfDemonHero1982
kkl
What's wrong with a sponge over their eyes works with ours.
I really do think society is going down hill, consumerism gone crazy.
Whats wrong with a sponge or flannel is that most children or indeed infants know how to use their hands and fingers so sponges and flannels get flung and removed from their heads in seconds.... This if this makes people lifes easier or infants bath time enjoyable then thank god for consumerism and if you want something to disapprove of at look up Mooncup!!!


Thats right kids are no fools I used to do the same to my mum when I was a kid because I didn't like the water going over my face either, "the minute mum said dads coming up and he won't be so gentle and cover your eyes with a flannel" I knew it too and stopped making a fuss!
Kids are no fools we know that, but they will always push to the boundary that they can get away with, and you are letting them get away with far to much it sounds like..
So stop trying to implicate that its wicked not to use one of these just to justify your own weakness in how to treat your child in the bath!
When you want them to learn to swim you will be to blame for the nambypamby way in which you acted when they were in the bath..


I think if people wanted others opinions they would have asked for it - I hate when people try to make out they are the better parent, no ones perfect and there is no rule book.

Why do people always feel they have to have a debate on people's deal threads? I've posted to help people out, not have comments that make them feel bad!
#31
Mooncup..ha ha ha
#32
Do they make adult versions? Your kids will need them as they will never get used to having harmless water on their faces. Who's in charge in your homes, you or the kids?
2 Likes #33
Master G
Do they make adult versions? Your kids will need them as they will never get used to having harmless water on their faces. Who's in charge in your homes, you or the kids?


See above.....

and in answer - my son has no problem what-so-ever with jumping in a swimming pool so is by no means afraid of water, but didn't like having water poured over his head. Seems to be growing out of it now and (shock horror) without the need of traumatising him.

What's your problem? He's a child, children do this sort of thing. GET A GRIP!!
#34
looks like it would frighten a child
#35
Haylhoo
Master G
Do they make adult versions? Your kids will need them as they will never get used to having harmless water on their faces. Who's in charge in your homes, you or the kids?


See above.....

and in answer - my son has no problem what-so-ever with jumping in a swimming pool so is by no means afraid of water, but didn't like having water poured over his head. Seems to be growing out of it now and (shock horror) without the need of traumatising him.

What's your problem? He's a child, children do this sort of thing. GET A GRIP!!


He's not growing out of it, you've stopped doing it! Yes, children do this sort of thing, if they are allowed to. Traumatising...lol. So that's why the world has always been full of traumatised kids until now. I think it's you who needs to get a grip of your parenting skills. Let's just agree to differ in our opinions.
#36
Master G
Haylhoo
Master G
Do they make adult versions? Your kids will need them as they will never get used to having harmless water on their faces. Who's in charge in your homes, you or the kids?


See above.....

and in answer - my son has no problem what-so-ever with jumping in a swimming pool so is by no means afraid of water, but didn't like having water poured over his head. Seems to be growing out of it now and (shock horror) without the need of traumatising him.

What's your problem? He's a child, children do this sort of thing. GET A GRIP!!


He's not growing out of it, you've stopped doing it! Yes, children do this sort of thing, if they are allowed to. Traumatising...lol. So that's why the world has always been full of traumatised kids until now. I think it's you who needs to get a grip of your parenting skills. Let's just agree to differ in our opinions.


Or maybe you just shouldn't be so patronising.
#37
It's not so much the water over the face for mine, but any tiny bubble of shampoo that they think might get into their eyes!
2 Likes #38
Thanks OP. There is a difference between kids getting use to water getting splashed in there eyes and having soap washed into them (_;)
1 Like #39
crazylegs
HalfDemonHero1982
kkl
What's wrong with a sponge over their eyes works with ours.
I really do think society is going down hill, consumerism gone crazy.
Whats wrong with a sponge or flannel is that most children or indeed infants know how to use their hands and fingers so sponges and flannels get flung and removed from their heads in seconds.... This if this makes people lifes easier or infants bath time enjoyable then thank god for consumerism and if you want something to disapprove of at look up Mooncup!!!


Thats right kids are no fools I used to do the same to my mum when I was a kid because I didn't like the water going over my face either, "the minute mum said dads coming up and he won't be so gentle and cover your eyes with a flannel" I knew it too and stopped making a fuss!
Kids are no fools we know that, but they will always push to the boundary that they can get away with, and you are letting them get away with far to much it sounds like..
So stop trying to implicate that its wicked not to use one of these just to justify your own weakness in how to treat your child in the bath!
When you want them to learn to swim you will be to blame for the nambypamby way in which you acted when they were in the bath..

Seriously if you want to share your opinions on parenting then i'm sure there are other sites where you can post to your hearts content. Try http://www.nambypambyparenting.com. Seriously, you cant judge someones parenting skills based on comments made about praising the benefits of this product. I agree with Haylhoo this is no place for a discussion on parenting techniques so i'm leaving it at this post. Bottom line is this product is very helpful and is a fantastic price so thank you for posting. This is what Hotdeals is all about.
#40
excellent

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