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Not for arthritic hands!
from new orleans, la
About Me Caregiver
Comments about Long Reach Comfort Wipe:
The release button jammed first time I tested it.It was hard for my 50 yo husband to push, much less my 81 yo mother who I bought it for!
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Ordering 2nd time
By Breast Cancer Survivor
Works best with personal wet wipes that are flushable. Paper doesn't release as well.Ordering 2 more for other members of my family. Would like if it would fold for travel.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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A WASTE OF MONEY
By Oldfashioned Mom
from Phoenix, AZ
About Me Average Health
The 'hold and release' design is horrible. It DOES NOT WORK as the directions claim it will. It DOES NOT RELEASE the paper.
Times the paper was released after use - ZERO out of TEN! Unless you count the time it released it before the paper was used! The design for holding the paper in place and then releasing it is a joke. Don't waste your money.
from North Fort Myers, FL
Whoever thought this up was a genious! I recently had hand surgery and not being ambidextrous this really came in handy. Allowed me to remain independent for that awful "clean up" problem. Follow the directions and it works great. I even recommended it to my neorosurgeon for his other patients who might experience the same difficulties and where to get it.
Love miles kimbal everytime!
from st louis mo
About Me Health Conscious, Medical Professional
product is wonderful for people who have reaching problems especially with their hygiene.
too big to carry with you anywhere
About Me Budget Buyer
This is great for someone who has had back fusions and doesn't have much flexibility anymore. But it needs to be made expandable so it can be folded and carried with you in a purse or bag for use other than at home.
A great solution.
from Owensboro, KY
This was a great solution for me. I have limited mobility due to three back surgeries and four hand sugeries. It is difficult for me to wipe effectively. This little gadget is a Godsend--the only bad side to it is that water sometimes gets into the seams after washing, and if you don't take off the rubber around the top and clean out the insides, it will start smelling after numerous uses. This is my second wiper--I thought it would be great to have another one on hand. Another fantastic use is for those with rectocele problems--it puts a pressure point just where you need the additional help without having to use your hand. Definitely a marvel for those with handicaps. I took this to the hospital with me when I was having hand surgery on my right hand--I knew I would need it afterward. The nurses were absolutely blown away by the product and wanted to know where to get more of them for their post-op patients!