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It's amazing how you all think you're helping with telling people not to flush these. Just because you saw a TV show or a news segment telling you so. Little did you know that you're working with dated information and a generic warning about *all* "flushable" wipes without regard to brand.

It's actually pretty bogus if you're not considering the brand. Name brand wipes (with the exception of Charmin, I've read) breakdown fairly well in comparison to toilet paper, with Cottonelle being the best brand available.
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I use my tongue. It's reusable.
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All of it. The more alcohol, the better.
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If you use these just dispose of them in the garbage no matter how flush friendly they claim to be
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No thanks. I will stick with the rolls.
I use my tongue. It's reusable.
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If I don't want the wipes to be alcohol-free, then how much isopropyl alcohol should I pour inside?
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It's amazing how you all think you're helping with telling people not to flush these. Just because you saw a TV show or a news segment telling you so. Little did you know that you're working with dated information and a generic warning about *all* "flushable" wipes without regard to brand.

It's actually pretty bogus if you're not considering the brand. Name brand wipes (with the exception of Charmin, I've read) breakdown fairly well in comparison to toilet paper, with Cottonelle being the best brand available.
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If I don't want the wipes to be alcohol-free, then how much isopropyl alcohol should I pour inside?
All of it. The more alcohol, the better.
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It's amazing how you all think you're helping with telling people not to flush these. Just because you saw a TV show or a news segment telling you so. Little did you know that you're working with dated information and a generic warning about *all* "flushable" wipes without regard to brand.

It's actually pretty bogus if you're not considering the brand. Name brand wipee breakdown fairly well in comparison to toilet paper, with cottonelle being the best brand available.
My city put an item in their community newsletter last year saying to never flush these wipes. A quick Google search will show that people selling wipes say it's safe and people who are more objective say it's not.
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If you use these just dispose of them in the garbage no matter how flush friendly they claim to be
Let me throw them away in your trash. I definitely don't want poop covered moist towelettes in my trash, almost better off not having them. Just wet some toilet paper and go to town.
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If you use these just dispose of them in the garbage no matter how flush friendly they claim to be
Old news. These pretty much fall apart when you pull them out of the package.
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