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Cottonelle FreshCare Flushable Cleansing Cloths, 336 Wipes on sale for $10.25.
Clip the $1 coupon and S&S 5% to bring the price down to $9.25.

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You must have some small feet.
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This is incorrect. Flushable wipes don't break down and the term "flushable" means nothing in advertising. I could call my shoes flushable and still sell millions of them, ruining sewers everywhere. https://www.theguardian.com/susta...-flushable
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And you know what they say about small feet.........
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don't use wipes they block sewers http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...enver.html
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don't use wipes they block sewers http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...enver.html
One option would be to dispose of them in disposable diaper bags like you would for baby wipes.
You can get a box of 75 for $1 at Dollar Tree.
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don't use wipes they block sewers http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...enver.html
If there was only a way to use them without flushing them afterwards.

Maybe some super scientists from the future will figure it out
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don't use wipes they block sewers http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...enver.html [dailymail.co.uk]
Flushable wipes are different from baby wipes. Flushable wipes are closer to thicker toilet paper and break down.
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don't use wipes they block sewers http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...enver.html
There's a difference between baby wipes and flushable/feminine wipes.
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Flushable wipes are different from baby wipes. Flushable wipes are closer to thicker toilet paper and break down.
This is incorrect. Flushable wipes don't break down and the term "flushable" means nothing in advertising. I could call my shoes flushable and still sell millions of them, ruining sewers everywhere. https://www.theguardian.com/susta...-flushable
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This is incorrect. Flushable wipes don't break down and the term "flushable" means nothing in advertising. I could call my shoes flushable and still sell millions of them, ruining sewers everywhere. https://www.theguardian.com/susta...-flushable
You must have some small feet.
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And you know what they say about small feet.........
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These are great to dump in your neighbor's downspout, if you don't like your neighbor.
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This is incorrect. Flushable wipes don't break down and the term "flushable" means nothing in advertising. I could call my shoes flushable and still sell millions of them, ruining sewers everywhere. https://www.theguardian.com/susta...-flushable
Flushable wipes now break down, albeit much much slower than toilet paper which is almost instant. Leave a wipe in the toilet overnight then go pee on it in the morning. It starts breaking up. Still not enough though and the pieces coagulate in the sewer processing stations causing problems . Pumps are especially susceptible to accumulated wipes
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These are great to dump in your neighbor's downspout, if you don't like your neighbor.
#%^&!!!

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how much at costco?
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