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Seen this in store yesterday, other deals on Baby love wipes and nappy pants.
Bought these last time - they're really thin. Wouldn't get them again.
Have used another Curash product with white packaging, much better.
these are the non plastic flap ones which are inferior product (imo) to their other "normal" packs
….company tries to save money by cheaping out but loses potentially long time customers instead
So is it still possible to get the old wipes in the normal packs elsewhere then?
you can still buy the single packs which have the plastic lid however they are not the same price per pack as these
however i am not 100% sure, i have just stopped buying curash altogether
The white packaging one is one of the best out there. Not cheap though from memory
ok thanks, I assumed they would all be the same. I'll be finding a new brand, these new closures are not good and all the wipes are drying out now
havent seen these in multi pack before …so will always appear more expensive than the regular one
@ 3 bucks a pack its quite dear
its not quite up there with water wipes in price
i really liked water wipes …its far to expensive to use on a constant basis
Yup those are the ones. They do have a light fragrance, which some babies might have an issue with. But I quite like the smell
yes the 3x80pks have the plastic flap - i had chemist warehouse price-beat coles :)
This is an awesome deal! Thank you OP.
Remember you can buy 2 and get free shipping via this deal. Code FS7824
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And Cash rewards :)
Genuine question - Why would I buy these over the $10 coles equivalent?
As a parent with young children there is much to consider with wipes.
-Ingredients, varied amounts of nasty chemicals used between brands.
-Risk of breakthrough, will I need to double wipe?
Think you get the point.
My current pick for wipes are the Aldi Mamia Non Scented, great balance of price and quality. Free from most nasties..
I have always gone back to Huggies purely because of the thickness and wetness of the wipe.
I am trialling the Woolies home brand one that is more expensive but states thicker wipes.
EDIT More expensive than the standard Woolies home brand wipes. There are two different types now.
Wipes are expensive.
@ Closer cool thanks. it's for my own backside but if the Aldi one has fewer nasties all the better. For an additional $2 /480 seems like it's worth it.
Having tried most of them we found the Aldi Mamia Non Scented to be the best value.
Love the Woolies ones 6pk for $10.
Woolies little ones 480 for $10 are much thicker and better quality than curash..
Aldi Mamia is not soft but thicker than woolies..
Coles wipes are more or less similar to curash.. 480 for $10..
johnson's are the best besides curash :)