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672-Count Pampers Aqua Pure Sensitive Water Baby Diaper Wipes (Unscented) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 672-Count Pampers Aqua Pure Sensitive Water Baby Diaper Wipes (Hypoallergenic and Unscented) on sale for $15.36 when you 'clip' the $2 off coupon found on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks karthik_r

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Amazon has 672 Ct Pampers Aqua Pure Sensitive Water Baby Diaper Wipes (Hypoallergenic and Unscented) for $15.36 when you clip the "Save an extra $2.00" coupon on the product page. Shipping is free with prime or on orders $25+

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How long do these last. New grandparents so like 8 months before they will be used
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How long do these last. New grandparents so like 8 months before they will be used
Not long at all. Poop you'll use like 3-4 wipes a change. Pee 1 wipe
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Thanks! Baby is due in 11 days!! Stocking up on diapers and wipes!
Worst thing you can do.....some wipes have bad affects. Bad idea IMO
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Worst thing you can do.....some wipes have bad affects. Bad idea IMO
If you have a bad experience with them, then maybe they are not for you. However, wipes like this work wonderfully for lots of people and many of them are specifically designed not to be harmful (as opposed to being colorful or scented, for instance).
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Just jumping in to say please don't flush any wipes, pads or tampons please people. Even if they claim to be flushable. Even if "your old system back home never had a problem". They're not flushable and sewer systems are not intended to or capable of handling them. Just toilet paper, shit and piss, for real. Maybe a bit of puke.
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How do these work on adult buttholes?
Any Buttholes out there that can answer this one?
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Any buttholes out there that can answer this one?
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New mom here, This or the Kirkland brand?
I used Kirkland wipes on my Boy throughout his infant/toddler years. I never had any complains about them. The best thing I liked about them besides the price was the lack of perfumes. Other brands tend to have some type scent and I didn't care for it.
Even after he has grown out of wipes, we haven't. They are nice to have around when you need to wipe your hands or face.
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Do these expire? Expecting next month!
As a new dad as well, I assure you that you will use your entire supply and will want more.
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New mom here, This or the Kirkland brand?
Whatever you can get these days!
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I use these all the time on my infant. No irritation. They are OOS but I ordered a few packs. We go through them...
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Temporarily out of stock.
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New mom here, This or the Kirkland brand?
The Kirkland ones are a little bigger in size, which I feel like I didn't need when my baby was a newborn but now he's having bigger more solid poops the Kirkland ones are good. I'm using the amazon brand I scented ones currently which I have found good quality too
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Is this similar to Pampers sensitive wipes?
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Is anyone up on the difference between these (Pampers Aqua Pure) and Pampers Sensitive? Some Pampers marketing material says that the sensitive is their premium product (softer and thicker). I use and recommend Huggies Natural Care Wipes. Might try these Pampers. Can anyone compare to Pampers Sensitive?
Pampers Aqua Pure contain less ingredients but still contain PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil and Disodium EDTA (those being the problem ingredients but there are others. The Pampers Aqua Pure also contain cotton whereas Pampers Sensitive don't. Pampers Sensitive contain PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Disodium EDTA, and Bis-PEG/PPG-16/16 PEG/PPG-16/16 Dimethicone (those being the problem ingredients).
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