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Munchkin shampoo rinser 50p instore @ Sainsbury's Gosforth
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Munchkin shampoo rinser 50p instore @ Sainsbury's Gosforth

£0.50£3.5086%Sainsbury's Deals
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Posted 29th Oct 2018Available: National
Down to 50p in Sainsbury’s gosforth (unsure if its local or national) regardless there was a lot on the shelves
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Save 50p, use measuring jug from the kitchen.
veedubjai29/10/2018 09:51

Save 50p, use measuring jug from the kitchen.


For those of us who have young YOUNG children who don’t know how to hold their heads back when you ask, this is ideal. My 1 year old was forever getting shampoo in his eyes but doesn’t with these(y)
L-H29/10/2018 09:55

For those of us who have young YOUNG children who don’t know how to hold t …For those of us who have young YOUNG children who don’t know how to hold their heads back when you ask, this is ideal. My 1 year old was forever getting shampoo in his eyes but doesn’t with these(y)


:/ How does this simple rinser or any other jug that can also easily double as a rinser teach young young children how to hold their heads back? Children will always play & learn at bath time so shampoo in their eyes is not their priority. I can easily fashion one out of 1lt milk cartons that we all know is made from soft plastics for free if you want to press the rinser or jug against the child's forehead.

Just don't see spending another 50p for more plastic trash that most you get used for one or two years at most that could easily be fashioned for free or use an existing kitchen measuring jug. Kill two birds with one stone? How about changing brand of shampoos?

I was a baby once but I never had to use this type of tool for my head or my brothers. Mum & Dad confirms this.

Just sharing my opinion & life experience on this.
veedubjai29/10/2018 10:25

:/ How does this simple rinser or any other jug that can … :/ How does this simple rinser or any other jug that can also easily double as a rinser teach young young children how to hold their heads back? Children will always play & learn at bath time so shampoo in their eyes is not their priority. I can easily fashion one out of 1lt milk cartons that we all know is made from soft plastics for free if you want to press the rinser or jug against the child's forehead.Just don't see spending another 50p for more plastic trash that most you get used for one or two years at most that could easily be fashioned for free or use an existing kitchen measuring jug. Kill two birds with one stone? How about changing brand of shampoos?I was a baby once but I never had to use this type of tool for my head or my brothers. Mum & Dad confirms this.Just sharing my opinion & life experience on this.


I never said it teaches them how to hold their heads back. It’s 50p at the end of the day and I’m sorry that that must dig such a hole in your pocket that you’ll use kitchen equipment. It’s normally £3.50, now 50p, it’s a deal, people buy them, people don’t, get the hell over it.
L-H29/10/2018 10:30

I never said it teaches them how to hold their heads back. It’s 50p at the …I never said it teaches them how to hold their heads back. It’s 50p at the end of the day and I’m sorry that that must dig such a hole in your pocket that you’ll use kitchen equipment. It’s normally £3.50, now 50p, it’s a deal, people buy them, people don’t, get the hell over it.


Chill, they have not made a personal attack on you even if it is your deal
Good price ideal for the little ones
For 50p, this is hot. Cheaper that measuring jug from some super markets
jamhops30 m ago

Chill, they have not made a personal attack on you even if it is your deal


At 50p this is great but it’s a bit like the NASA pen, all that money spent on developing a pen that works in space when they could have used a pencil
eslick4 m ago

At 50p this is great but it’s a bit like the NASA pen, all that money s …At 50p this is great but it’s a bit like the NASA pen, all that money spent on developing a pen that works in space when they could have used a pencil


For anyone considering buying one(I think they’re great, those who’ve never used them all don’t) it’s a great saving regardless of the fact it’s the same shape as a jug. I used jugs with my son from 6 months + and bath time was traumatic. Used this last night and pleased to say he didn’t want to get out!
Ohh hope mone has it
Alternative option? Baby shower cap. Probably better looking than a jug even if it was 50p. Kids will have more fun with this.

veedubjai29/10/2018 22:38

Alternative option? Baby shower cap. Probably better looking than a jug …Alternative option? Baby shower cap. Probably better looking than a jug even if it was 50p. Kids will have more fun with this.[Video]


Oh dear you’re still here so I’m guessing your parents had one of those tools instead then yeah? My son wouldn’t leave a hat on his head never mind a massive flower
Edited by: "L-H" 30th Oct 2018
L-H30/10/2018 05:38

Oh dear you’re still here so I’m guessing your parents had one o …Oh dear you’re still here so I’m guessing your parents had one of those tools instead then yeah? My son wouldn’t leave a hat on his head never mind a massive flower


Why wouldn't I? You can be annoyed as long as you want but i'm still here. Just sharing another alternative option to folks here. Nope, I never needed one. No money was spent & no more plastic to disposed of. My folks are good with their money not having to spend on more plastic crap that wasn't necessary.

Doesn't have to be a flower. Could be an umbrella, cloud, etc. You just need a bit of imagination & resourceful with money. 50p is not a lot of money by today's but it's still money. That's right, money in my pocket.

I could buy a loaf of bread less than 50p that would last me a few days. 50p jug for rinsing kids hair? No thanks but anyone can spend their own money how they like, right?

Watch out baby seal's, more plastic is coming your way to kill you.
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