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Boogie Wipes Simply Unscented Saline Baby Wipes 90 count ($6.70 w/ 15% S&S)

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90 count total, may receive two 45ct or three 30ct

These are $4.69 (or $3.49 on sale) for 30ct local to me!

Boogie Wipes, Unscented Wet Wipes for Baby and Kids, Nose, Face, Hand and Body, Soft and Sensitive Tissue Made with Natural Saline, Aloe, Chamomile and Vtamin E

Great for adults too... safe to use around eyes.


Scented ones [amazon.com] are $8.99 or $7.64 with 15% S&S
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These are super handy for infants and such.

That said I believe our local walmart has similar pricing to this as they seemed cheaper then the other stores I've seen them. I just tried looking it up on walmarts website and was extremely sad when I seen this and they are not available:

Boogie Wipes® Fresh Scent Nose Wipes with Natural Saline 90 ct Pack
Boogie Wipes
Model: 816167011397
Walmart # 569812837
Average rating:4.9out of5stars, based on131reviews131 reviews
$0.75$0.75
WAS $9.48$9.48
$0.01 / each
Out of stock

I would have gladly purchased 30 of them to store at .75 a piece and been set for quite a while. Thanks for sharing this deal.
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These are super handy for infants and such.

That said I believe our local walmart has similar pricing to this as they seemed cheaper then the other stores I've seen them. I just tried looking it up on walmarts website and was extremely sad when I seen this and they are not available:

Boogie Wipes® Fresh Scent Nose Wipes with Natural Saline 90 ct Pack
Boogie Wipes
Model: 816167011397
Walmart # 569812837
Average rating:4.9out of5stars, based on131reviews131 reviews
$0.75$0.75
WAS $9.48$9.48
$0.01 / each
Out of stock

I would have gladly purchased 30 of them to store at .75 a piece and been set for quite a while. Thanks for sharing this deal.
Happy to help! Only place I can find them locally is Kroger and they price gouge them. If I find a deal online, Kroger has a "sale" at $3.49 for 30ct. There's also travel packs (20ct) for $2.49

My eye dr recommended them for wiping eyes (allergies, prevent infection, avoid tissue debris).
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How do you make a tissue dance?

Put a little boogie in it!
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I just purchased these on Dec 25 for $6.51 after SS and coupon.
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Found these clearanced at walmart 3 months ago for about $1 a pack. Bought 6. Might be redesigning the package.
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I like these, but are they worth 9¢ a wipe?
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MPQR47O
NOT SAFE TO FLUSH Smilie

90 count total, may receive two 45ct or three 30ct

These are $4.69 (or $3.49 on sale) for 30ct local to me!

Boogie Wipes, Unscented Wet Wipes for Baby and Kids, Nose, Face, Hand and Body, Soft and Sensitive Tissue Made with Natural Saline, Aloe, Chamomile and Vtamin E

Great for adults too... safe to use around eyes.


Scented ones [amazon.com] are $8.99 or $7.64 with 15% S&S
Isn't the point of these normally, that they smell like grape, and awesome grape at that point. I had a customer show them to me, and I was really impressed. The mom was absolutely correct. Being a pharmacist, I thought I had seen everything over the years. Hell, if they weren't so expensive, I would have bought the grape ones to use as tissues for myself to use. Why is there never a clearance when you need one?

Side note: Even "flushable" wipes aren't supposed to be flushed. They don't break down quickly (think what happens toilet paper gets wet), and clog up pipes, either in your house or the waste water treatment plants. Google the 130 ton Fatberg, a large part of it was "flushable" wipes.
"Blockages caused by wet wipes and cooking fat occur at a rate of roughly eight a week, and Thames Water says it spends about 1 million pounds, or just over $1.3 million, a month removing them."

"Crews in London are working to unblock a section of the city's sewer system. The culprit, a stomach-churning, 130-ton mass of sanitary products and cooking fat. You might call it disgusting. Water company officials call it a fatberg."

"the"rock-solid" blockage had formed under the city's Whitechapel neighborhood. Weighing roughly the same as 11 double-decker buses, the fatberg is one of the largest to form in the London sewer system."
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Normal wipes are just fine for wiping an infant/toddler/kid's nose. No need for more stuff in my arsenal.
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I like these, but are they worth 9¢ a wipe?
I use them when I have a cold, after my nose is raw from regular tissue. It's a luxury item for sure, but boy are they nice every once in an while.
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Isn't the point of these normally, that they smell like grape, and awesome grape at that point.
I prefer the unscented since I use them around the eyes, but the grape is ok for those who don't mind that lingering smell. I personally wouldn't pay extra for the scent.

The "point" of these are they are saline, not soap/cleansers. Safe for the face, won't dry out the skin.
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I like these, but are they worth 9¢ a wipe?
Smilie not sure but they're definitely worth $0.0744 each Wink
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Found these clearanced at walmart 3 months ago for about $1 a pack. Bought 6. Might be redesigning the package.
That's an awesome price! Good find!
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I use them when I have a cold, after my nose is raw from regular tissue. It's a luxury item for sure, but boy are they nice every once in an while.
Totally agree, these are a godsend for sore runny noses! Or in my case the dr wanted me to avoid any tissue debris around my eyes and recommended these.
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Normal wipes are just fine for wiping an infant/toddler/kid's nose. No need for more stuff in my arsenal.
To each their own. Purchase is not mandatory Smilie
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To each their own. Purchase is not mandatory Smilie
I'm certainly not saying you didn't find a good deal. You did. 😄
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I prefer the unscented since I use them around the eyes, but the grape is ok for those who don't mind that lingering smell. I personally wouldn't pay extra for the scent.
Saline is dirt cheap. Hell, you can even make your own (it's 0.9% NaCl, ie. table salt). Just add 1tbs of salt to 2qt boiled water. Preferably distilled water due to the lack of all the other dissolved minerals, and neutral pH (pH 7 vs pH 8.8 for calcium/lime dense SoFl water). Then infuse into any stack of cheap dry wipes or cloths.

Yes I realize that sounds like a lot of work. But you could literally make many thousands of saline wipes in 5min.


A scale is preferred, as it's 8.514g (8514mg) per quart, 9.0g/L or 17.028g/2qts, but rarely do people have deci/centi/milligram scales. I mention this, since different sources provide different tsp/tbs conversion rates for grams of NaCl.


Also note:, Moisture will effect the weight of NaCl as it is hygroscopic (absorbs water from the air.) So if you need accuracy and live in humid environments, either use a fresh container of salt or bake it for a little bit to evaporate the water. I probably wouldn't go this far for most uses, unless it is visibly clumping or it doesn't pour fluidly

Skip the boiling of distilled water if you don't need/want them to be sterile. Distilled is preferred, as the dissolved minerals in tap water will effect the isotonicity of the solution. This is important, as the above math is to match the isotonicity of cells in the body, which is equal to 0.9% NaCl solution. Depending on the application, tap water or non-sterile (ie not boiled) will be fine. If you're cleaning wounds, you would absolutely want boiled distilled water. For wiping undisturbed skin, sterile saline is not usually required, but it is preferred. For tap water, the boiling serves 2 purposes: sterilizing & evaporating the dissolved gasses, ie.Carbon Dioxide (carbonic acid in water), Chlorine (Cl- ions), etc.



[I did the math last week, when a friend in Australia got a dog bite, and all the -pharmacies were closed. Also had to guide him through making Dakin's Solution to sterilize the wound, ie. 0.25% sodium hypochloritie, aka diluted bleach. Literally had to mcguiver a first aid kit, based upon the pictures of cupboards he sent]
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These are great, but they can get pretty pricey (especially when the whole family keeps transferring the sickness back and forth). So, I googled diy boogie wipes and started making my own. They're obviously not as great as these, but they do the job!
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