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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 336-Ct Cottonelle FreshCare Flushable Wipes on sale for $8.19 when you 'clip' the 20% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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there's no such thing as a flushable wipe. These sorts of things are wreaking havoc on public infrastructure. Please just throw them away so they can be handled like trash (which is what they are). A flushable wipe = toilet paper

edit: source: environmental engineering, water/wastewater design. if you've ever been to a wastewater processing facility, you'd see all the things they have to deal with due to lazy/ignorant people and stupid marketing. its literally a shit show. There's a very good reason plastic microbeads were banned from lotions/washes, because they are not biodegradable and wastewater treatment relies on things being (eventually) biodegradable. microplastics accumulate and can't easily be filtered out of the wastewaster
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I'm just here for the septic conspiracy theorists
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These wipe break easily. Costco ones are better.
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Cheaper now than the last time I bought from one of these previous threads
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Last time I got this none of the clothes were connected so my dispensers wouldn't work. I'd have to manually feed the next one through the slit every time. The company refunded me but worth mentioning.
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Fractionally (,006) cheaper per wipe than Costco.
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These wipe break easily. Costco ones are better.
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These wipe break easily. Costco ones are better.
Yeah but that's what makes them flushable.
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there's no such thing as a flushable wipe. These sorts of things are wreaking havoc on public infrastructure. Please just throw them away so they can be handled like trash (which is what they are). A flushable wipe = toilet paper

edit: source: environmental engineering, water/wastewater design. if you've ever been to a wastewater processing facility, you'd see all the things they have to deal with due to lazy/ignorant people and stupid marketing. its literally a shit show. There's a very good reason plastic microbeads were banned from lotions/washes, because they are not biodegradable and wastewater treatment relies on things being (eventually) biodegradable. microplastics accumulate and can't easily be filtered out of the wastewaster
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Yeah but that's what makes them flushable.
Yup. Some people don't get the point. You want them to break
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Worst wipes I've ever used. They are too small, break apart easily, smell awful & do not seal well after opening. Pampers Sensitive & Kirkland are the finest wipes in the land.
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From Amazon page— "Doesn't have the hard plastic lid, just a piece of tape." —- I use Costco one that comes with hard plastic lid which is so much easier to operate
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Hell Walmart Equate brand 144 @ $3.78 available every day 2.6¢ will wipe your bunns just as well without a stupid subscription for butt wipes. They also have non flushable for .98¢ for 60 ct.

this offer is no amazing deal
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Good deal, but...

Please google if flushable wipes are really flushable [google.com].

You'll see TONS of findings about how they are horrible for plumbing even though they claim to be flushable.
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Been looking for one that will break apart more easily. Flushing these, especially ones that are stronger, is disastrous to
sewage lines.
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I would not buy flushable wipe to flush down the toilet---with a septic or public! This could end up costing you hundreds if not thousand to fix clogged drain pipes. Or worse you sewage could back up
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