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6-Pack 42-Ct Cottonelle GentlePlus Flushable Wipes w/ Aloe & Vitamin E EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Pack 42-Count Cottonelle GentlePlus Flushable Wipes w/ Aloe & Vitamin E (252-Total Wipes) on sale for $10.47 - 5% Subscribe & Save - Extra $1 Off coupon -> now $1.89 Off coupon found on product page -  = $6.85 -> now $7.86. Shipping is free while subscribe & save is available. Thanks NightHound

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Actually you should never flush any type of wipes.
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If you flush these, they don't dissolve. They clog up your neighborhood sewer lines, which can lead to sewage backups into peoples' basements. Just visit Youtube and search for the term "flushable," where you can see videos posted by municipal governments demonstrating the mess these make in sewer lines!
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I've watched several videos on flushables. I did my own test about a month ago putting one in a small bucket and it totally dissolved. I also did one using a flushable Huggies baby wipe and it did not dissolve much at all. Here is a video some guy did on Cottonelle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCW-69TT-F4
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If you flush these, they don't dissolve. They clog up your neighborhood sewer lines, which can lead to sewage backups into peoples' basements. Just visit Youtube and search for the term "flushable," where you can see videos posted by municipal governments demonstrating the mess these make in sewer lines!
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Walmart has the basic wipe for about $1.80 for 80 ct. I don't see a deal here.
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Walmart has the basic wipe for about $1.80 for 80 ct. I don't see a deal here.
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Wow I literally just got these exact ones for my kid 500 count for $12.50 at my Walmart yesterday.. I feel ripped off now should've checked online first smh gonna order me a box
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Wow I literally just got these exact ones for my kid 500 count for $12.50 at my Walmart yesterday.. I feel ripped off now should've checked online first smh gonna order me a box
You should set up a slick deals alert for baby wipes. Even name brand at that price and quantity would not have been a good deal.
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Those baby wipes are not supposed to be flushed down the toilet though. These are.
Actually you should never flush any type of wipes.
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If you flush these, they don't dissolve. They clog up your neighborhood sewer lines, which can lead to sewage backups into peoples' basements. Just visit Youtube and search for the term "flushable," where you can see videos posted by municipal governments demonstrating the mess these make in sewer lines!
These should be banned. If you call them flushable people will flush them, not knowing the destruction they are causing public infrastructure. Or some people simply won't care. There are reasons there are laws protecting public goods.
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Those are not flushable. 🤦🏻 ♂️
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If you flush these, they don't dissolve. They clog up your neighborhood sewer lines, which can lead to sewage backups into peoples' basements. Just visit Youtube and search for the term "flushable," where you can see videos posted by municipal governments demonstrating the mess these make in sewer lines!
I've watched several videos on flushables. I did my own test about a month ago putting one in a small bucket and it totally dissolved. I also did one using a flushable Huggies baby wipe and it did not dissolve much at all. Here is a video some guy did on Cottonelle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCW-69TT-F4
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These are paper thin and most will tear in half on the way out of the packaging. A mistake I won't make twice
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