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Kleenex Flushable Fresh Wipes Fragrance Free 42 Wipes $1.97 ($1.77 with S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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For those who like to wipe their arse with wet wipes Both fragrance free and lightly fragranced version same price. S&S makes it $1.77.Coles/WW sell this for $3.50 and $3 on sale usually.

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  • +35 votes

    These are not flushable regardless of the packaging

    • +9 votes

      Agree with this - proven time and again that they don't break down in the sewer system.

      We all end up paying the price for backed up sewers.

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      Yes! And there’s no laws that stop these companies from making these false marketing claims. People see flushable and assume it’s true and flush away completely oblivious to the reality. They really need to change laws for what companies can claim on packaging :(

    • -6 votes

      Oh thanks for the info shall we sue these guys haha

    • +2 votes

      Some actually do break up

      YouTube videos on them

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      I believe they are referred to as 'Dirty Bombs' when they clog up the major sewerage pipes

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      shhhhhhh!!!! Plumbers love these!

  • -1 vote

    I would rather buy these. I had these before and they are the best! 720 Wipes BABYLOVE Babylove Everyday Wipes (3x240), 720 Count they are on offer at chemist warehouse to as 240 pack for 8.99 https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/106092/babylove-ever...

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B095NZPZZR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

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      different product as they are not flushable

  • +8 votes

    Use normal asswipe, Your date aint that precious!

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      So people only use this if they go on a date? I never did when I did go on a date must be why some dates didn’t work…

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        date is a term for butthole

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          you got such affection for your butthole you call it a date, I don't want to imagine :)

    • +1 vote

      I have fissures

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        These may sooth your bottom, do see a doctor but.

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          *Do see a butt doctor

  • +3 votes

    Wipes are terrible for your skin, your baby and the environment :(

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      Omg no these aren’t for babies.what do you wipe your baby with?

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        I’m talking about ALL wipes. Face wipes, baby wipes, butt wipes, vagina wipes. They’re all terrible for the skin and baby wipes have been proven to be bad for babies skin, they cause different skin issues.

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          Please state the alternatives for baby wipes?

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            @sammyla: You can buy washable baby wipes cloths. But you can make your own too or use a face washer etc.

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              @UndeclaredFreak: how do you wash them? there will be quite a few per day as I know from experirnce .and I'm sure you don't mix them in with other items when washing?, you wash them separately?

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                @sammyla: Dude, it’s not rocket science, yes, rinse and wash seperate, or along with nappies. There was a time that baby wipes and disposable nappies didn’t exist and people managed just fine. If doing our part for the environment isn’t motivation enough, the fact that baby wipes are actually bad for babies skin and cause all kinds of dermatitis should certainly be motivation to sacrifice a little convenience for.

                • -1 vote

                  @UndeclaredFreak: ok but you are running the washing machine a lot more than me? i cant see how running washing machine a few more cycles per week just to wash a few wash clothes would help the environment. i mean ya'll wipe your arse with toilet paper isn't that a waste too? will you opt to washing your arse to save the toilet paper in turn saving trees? No i don't think you would would you? i do look after the environment in different ways, i have double glazed all my windows and sliding doors(Aluplast 5 chamber profiles throughout and 4-16-4 glazed glass units with argon fill to be exact) and i use much less electricity than most people, not only that i also have a 5kw solar system and a wood fire place i occasionally run which all help me cut down emissions. you must be running your ducted heater at max most of winter? a lot of people talk a lot about environment with no action and i know almost all of those people wont chain themselves to a tree to stop it from being chopped down mate. so i guess cut the BS about saving the environment. Now lets see all negative votes and hatred from the so called greenies. lol

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                    @sammyla: An extra load of washing compared to the impact of diapers and baby wipes are not even in the same realm of environmental impact. No one can be perfect when it comes to this stuff and I never claim to be. But we can all make small sacrifices such as this when we discover just how bad they are for our well being as well as the environment. Like I said, this is not just about the environmental impact, all wipes are actually bad for your skin.
                    Bidets are fantastic, I wish I had one!
                    You are correct, a lot of people talk about the environment with no action. I don’t think I’m one of those, but I could definitely do better. There’s alot of things I still need to change. I make changes where I can and I don’t think that because everything isn’t perfect then why bother doing anything at all. It’s not BS, I believe every little thing does make a difference. If even one person reads the comments on this post and had no idea and makes a change, that’s a good thing :)

  • +2 votes

    Fyi when you need an emergency plumber it's going to cost you seriously $$$ to jet and camera your drain

  • +2 votes

    They don't just contribute to your own backed up sewer but cause blockages in the system. Devastating for septics. Increasing presence of 'fatbergs' can not only cause unexpected overflow into houses of people doing the right thing, but increased service costs flows through to service charges.
    There's a reason why all the water companies have been trying to get these banned.

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      "There's a reason why all the water companies have been trying to get these banned.

      And they lost. Companies should be banned to call these flushable yet, somehow illogical defies logical.

  • +5 votes

    Calling these wipes 'flushable' is the same as calling plastic 'flushable'…they're both physically capable of being flushed but don't get it twisted, neither are biodegradable.

  • -1 vote
  • +1 vote

    Not flushable

  • +2 votes

    Flushable

    No

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    Negging because it doesn't do what it says on the tin.

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    Doesn't work as advertised.

    Tried to flush the packet but it just wouldn't go down.

    (Seriously though, don't flush these.)

    • -1 vote

      What? You tried to flush the packet? Try flushing just the wipes. Might work.

  • +1 vote

    Shouldn’t be on the market and shouldn’t be on OzB

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    These make this guy rich.

    https://youtube.com/c/DrainAddict

  • +1 vote

    Not flushable… False advertising

  • +2 votes

    So occassionally there's an article or a YT vid about that clogged sewer, but has anyone noiticed it's always the same sewer in London?

    Has any other sewer been affected by this? Or has humankind developed enough engineering potential to cope with these allegedly flushable wipes? Not sure, because the entire West is still smearing crap with TP instead of washing bums…

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      I'm having a brutal backlash against my post lol

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        Yeah, lots of emotions around wet wipes.

      • +1 vote

        personally, I can't live without these, I'll stock up, thank you