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Andrex Fresh Moistened Toilet Wipes Box of 6x42 £3.75 @ Asda

£3.75 @ George (Asda George)
In Asdas earlier & noticed they had these wipes on offer 6 packs for £3.75! They are currently reduced to £1.26 per pack down from £1.86 if you buy on there own. Read More
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6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
In Asdas earlier & noticed they had these wipes on offer 6 packs for £3.75! They are currently reduced to £1.26 per pack down from £1.86 if you buy on there own.
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#1
Good deal. Hot
#2
Good deal
#3
Crap deal.
1 Like #4
Use newspaper, its cheaper. Its ridiculous, can't have a crap without needing a bank loan first these days. And moistened, whats that? They'll get moist enough when you use them.
#5
brilliant and hot deal.
#6
Great price, I bought a pack of 6 when they were reduced to a fiver a few weeks back and I thought that was a good deal.
#7
Good deal. Hope I can find some in our local Asda. Thanks OP! Moist toilet wipes are brillliant. For the big business, they clean better than the dry toilet roll. :D
#8
I just use Asda's own make baby wipes on my ar$e and they are just as good and only 18p for a packet of 80.
#9
These are a god-send.
#10
Good deal. I honestly can't believe how some people act on the internet. If someone takes their time to post a deal and you don't like it, don't comment.
#11
cambourne03
I just use Asda's own make baby wipes on my ar$e and they are just as good and only 18p for a packet of 80.


Flushable ?
#12
What's wrong with spitting on a folded piece of toilet paper? :)
#13
jhw
What's wrong with spitting on a folded piece of toilet paper? :)

Because the toilet paper breaks up as you wipe and you have little flecks of damp toilet paper remnants stuck to to some hairs- alledgedly
#14
silly question but do they flush ok, my 6 year old son has a sore bum he says the cheap Nicky toilet roll I buy is not soft enough, wondered if these would be ok????

Thanks for all the sarcastic comments in advance:D
#15
Swissbabe
silly question but do they flush ok, my 6 year old son has a sore bum he says the cheap Nicky toilet roll I buy is not soft enough, wondered if these would be ok????

Thanks for all the sarcastic comments in advance:D


They flush fine, though you’re only supposed to use one, not sure if several would flush together very well. They’re not really meant as a replacement for normal toilet paper, you’re still meant to use that and then finish with one of these to get things extra clean and fresh!
1 Like #16
absolute waste of time!!!!!

why not just drop a big one and aim for a "splash back" and then you have a pre moistened area.....wipe away:D
2 Likes #17
lmao I love it when threads like this come on as the comments are amazing...keep em coming peeps I love to smile <3
#18
these are the best, I dont need to take showers as much cause they clean so good
#19
although a bit of soap and 6 wrap toilet paper with warm water is ok too, dry toliet paper doesnt clean you
#20
just realised something..... baby wipes would do the same job and im sure they are cheaper than this.... not sure as i dont have kids but i suspect they are.
#21
yeah johnsons are great 100% scent free great for Eczema
#22
mmorpg_gamer
yeah johnsons are great 100% scent free great for Eczema

dont know (thank god) anyone one who has Eczema of the rectum lol
#23
Flushable skid mark insurance.....hot,hot,hot :)
#24
bowershall
Flushable skid mark insurance.....hot,hot,hot :)

yea but how pi$$ed woudl you be if you actually got skidmarks after using these wipes :D
1 Like #25
Good deal, although I prefer Sainsbury's ones with aloe vera which are about 49p per pack.

As for flushing baby wipes down the loo:

1) The majority are not flushable &
2) Have you seen how much Dynarod charge these days to unblock a drain ! Not worth taking the chance imho. :}
1 Like #26
please don't flush standard baby wipes down the toilet, if you don't care about the state of the sewers or the poor blokes that have to clear them out of there, just think about it from a selfish point of view, flushing baby wipes down the toilet is the biggest cause of blockages on your own property, which you will have to pay for. i use asda's own toilet wipes which are flushable and biodegradable (one at a time) but will be looking out for these :)
#27
baby wipes sooo much nicer :)
#28
I have a friend who has piles and they would like to ask if these will be any good for them?
#29
PSmith222
I have a friend who has piles and they would like to ask if these will be any good for them?


Tell 'your friend' they'll be much softer than normal loo roll.
#30
KongDonkey
PSmith222
I have a friend who has piles and they would like to ask if these will be any good for them?


Tell 'your friend' they'll be much softer than normal loo roll.

Ok thanks, I'll let them know
banned#31
suitable for the hot summer!X)
#32
i had a survey about these a month back :)

Comments, if i'm allowed to say where good, and some people wondered why. And myself i wonder why you need wet toilet paper!. Anyway. :3


Edited By: Polly_P on May 24, 2011 11:51

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