Flushable wipes for kids sound like a good idea, but think again.
Not only are they only marginally flushable (the manufacturer only recommends "one or two wipes" per flush.
Problems with household plumbing are not the worst possibility- technical difficulties with your kid's plumbing are.
One of our young friends just completed potty training only to experience multiple urinary tract and yeast infections. The pediatrician was surprised until hearing about the child's use of Kandoo wipes.
They're loaded with alcohol which dries the skin (making it more prone to irritation) and heavy perfumes which cause irritation. For girls especially, this can create a painful and serious medical condition (or two) EVEN WHEN THEY WIPE PROPERLY.
"Here kiddo, have these fun themed food-scented wipes and learn all about true pain."
Why do we want melon-scented wipes in the first place?
Stick to non-flushable baby wipes if you want moisture or plain, unembellished toilet paper (avoid lotions and perfumes) to keep your kid's excretory systems running smoothly.