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Charmin Freshmates Flushable Wet Wipes, 40 Count (Pack of 12) @ Amazon lowest price $11.94

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Used like new wipes are $10.15
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Pro tip: Don't flush them.

Nothing additional other than TP should go down. Give it 10 years and you'll regret it.
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Pro tip: Don't flush them.

Nothing additional other than TP should go down. Give it 10 years and you'll regret it.
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Pro tip: Don't flush them.

Nothing additional other than TP should go down. Give it 10 years and you'll regret it.
Does that apply for public sewer systems as well? Or just for those with a septic tank?
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Does that apply for public sewer sirens as well? Or just for those with a septic tank?
Applies everywhere. It can block pipes even in house/condo complex/etc.
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Does that apply for public sewer systems as well? Or just for those with a septic tank?
Both. TP is created to disintegrate in water, wipes like this just get mushy and break into pieces. For septic it doesn't allow natural breaking down. In sewers/pipes it gets stuck and cloggs in and out of home pipes. There's a reason why plumbers have snakes that go 100+ ft into pipes.
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Both. TP is created to disintegrate in water, wipes like this just get mushy and break into pieces. For septic it doesn't allow natural breaking down. In sewers/pipes it gets stuck and cloggs in and out of home pipes. There's a reason why plumbers have snakes that go 100+ ft into pipes.
Wow, it's crazy that companies continue to make that stuff, you would think they have plenty of facilities to do research and create a design that would be fully acceptable to plumbing systems.
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Wow, it's crazy that companies continue to make that stuff, you would think they have plenty of facilities to do research and create a design that would be fully acceptable to plumbing systems.
Well, there's a fundamental problem: pipe-friendly stuff needs to disintegrate quickly upon contact with water while "wet wipes," by definition, need to maintain cohesion when at least somewhat wet.

These products try really hard to walk that line of compromise, but it's often not enough.
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Better yet, stop eating and drinking that causes you going to the restroom. You are spending too much of your life on that, break the habit and live freely!
So Soylent then? No eating?
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Protip: just put something on the TP to finish your wipe. This can be almost anything... hand soap, petroleum jelly, spit. Guess what?! it works!
Yeah, cuz I'm gonna spit on the TP before I wipe. Gross.
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Used like new wipes are $10.15
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Yeah theres at least 1 class action lawsuit out there against companies claiming to have "flushable" wipes that dont break up. I would avoid these unless you plan on disposing them in the trash or want to pay $$$ for a plumber to root them out.
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