Reusable Baby Wipes Lid
For packets of baby wipes that don’t come with the plastic lids, like those commonly sold in Japan, this Reusable Baby Wipes Lid from Can★Do is a must have. The lid comes with adhesive tape on the base so it sticks to the baby wipes, and the lid keeps in the moisture so the wipes don’t dry up.
The buckle clip on the front is used to lock the lid, preventing those curious little hands from opening the lid and drying out the wipes. With the buckle clip lock open, the lid can be opened with one hand.
And what’s great, is when the wipes are all used, just peel off the lid and stick it to a new pack of baby wipes.
Fits openings up to 8cm x 4cm.
– Close adult supervision is required. When using the product, always keep your child within view.
– Remove any grease, dirt or moisture from the surface before attaching the lid.
– Do not touch the adhesive tape with your fingers.
– Dirt on the adhesive tape will weaken the adhesive properties. If dirt accumulates on the adhesive tape, wash lightly with detergent and leave to dry. If washing fails, please purchase a new one.
– Do not use the product if it is damaged.
– Keep out of the reach of children.
– Follow local disposal guidelines for disposal.
– Keep away from direct sunlight, fires or other heat sources.
– Do not use the product for any purpose other than as originally intended.
Product name: おしりふきのフタ いたずら防止ロック付き（oshirifuki no futa itazura boushi rokku tsuki – baby wipes lid child proof lock）
Sold in 100 yen shop Can★Do
Product code: 4580297234617
Materials: main body – Polypropylene (PP); Adhesive tape – Acrylic/Urethanes
Made in China
Price: 100 yen + tax
We usually have several Bitatto lids at home for our stash of baby wipes and hand wipes. I saw this and thought it would be nice to compare.
The 100 yen baby wipes lid has a shiny finish and appears to be just as sturdy when compared to the Bitatto lid.
The buckle clip lock is a nice feature on the 100 yen lid as it prevents kids from opening the lid and playing with the wipes, while drying up the rest in the pack (yeah, I hate that).
Opening and closing the lid is fairly simple, and I don’t see the hinge breaking off any time soon.
The adhesive tape seems sticky enough to be reused many times (my Bitatto lids I have used for over a year and they still remain sticky!). I think the adhesive tape on the 100 yen lid is slightly thinner than the tape used on the Bitatto lids, as the 100 yen lid shows a few air bubbles (pictures included in the gallery above). The material is also different; the Bitatto lids use a TPU adhesive tape.
I also found the adhesive tape on the 100 yen lid is not centered to the base of the lid, so part of the tape sticks out at the edge.
For 100 yen though, it does what it says, and it does it well.
This is a lid that I can add to my collection!