Andrex Washlets Flushable Toilet Tissue Wipes, Classic Clean - Pack of 12 (Total 504 Wipes) £9.99 (Prime) / £14.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Andrex Washlets Flushable Toilet Tissue Wipes, Classic Clean - Pack of 12 (Total 504 Wipes) £9.99 (Prime) / £14.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Was a deal couple of months, on again now flush these & clog up the drains - luvsadealdealdeal Read More
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Was a deal couple of months, on again now

flush these & clog up the drains
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
To flush or not to flush?
#2
Chanser
To flush or not to flush?


How can you not flush? Will need to put them in separate bin like f or sanitary napkins :D
#3
5%discount on subscribe and save. So price is only £9.49
#4
flush these & clog up the drains
#5
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains


It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.
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sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains
It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.

you're going to clog up the people's drains, not necessarily your personal drains
#7
luvsadealdealdeal
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains
It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.

you're going to clog up the people's drains, not necessarily your personal drains


Then why are they flushable?
#8
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains
It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.

you're going to clog up the people's drains, not necessarily your personal drains


Then why are they flushable?


Another alternative it says on the Internet is Freshu foam but us currently not available.
#9
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains
It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.
you're going to clog up the people's drains, not necessarily your personal drains
Then why are they flushable?

heard some drains person on the radio imploring people not to flush stuff down the toilets - anything bulky causes problems here - 'flushable' toilet roll centres, sanitary pads etc
#10
I work for a water company, these 'flushable' items give us loads of grief. They may not effect your personal drain, but they'll clog up the process further down and we have install screens before sewage works to remove them, costing money which will up your bill. Seriously, the only things that should ever be flushed down the toilet is bodily fluids and toilet paper.
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I prefer the Wilko ones that are only 50p a pack, but then my ass has always been cheap!

Edited By: N1Andy on Nov 15, 2016 07:22
#12
RadiantDuck
I work for a water company, these 'flushable' items give us loads of grief. They may not effect your personal drain, but they'll clog up the process further down and we have install screens before sewage works to remove them, costing money which will up your bill. Seriously, the only things that should ever be flushed down the toilet is bodily fluids and toilet paper.

the reality is they are flushable, yes at the end point they cause problems but lets be honest that's why we all pay a small fortune in water bills. The real issue is that they don't break down like toilet paper, this was shown on a recent tv show, normal toilet paper breaks down in a few minutes, these can take much longer, there is rules that the companies should follow but as shown in research they don't always break down as much as expected or as quickly.
#13
RadiantDuck
I work for a water company, these 'flushable' items give us loads of grief. They may not effect your personal drain, but they'll clog up the process further down and we have install screens before sewage works to remove them, costing money which will up your bill. Seriously, the only things that should ever be flushed down the toilet is bodily fluids and toilet paper.


why are they called flushable then?
are you the same water comany that around my area leaves a leak for weeks on end even though its been reported?
i would of thought that would also push bills up
#14
Deal or not, (taking out the whole issue on the drains!). Aldi now do their own version at I think 69p, so not such a good deal.
#15
ramiuk1
RadiantDuck
I work for a water company, these 'flushable' items give us loads of grief. They may not effect your personal drain, but they'll clog up the process further down and we have install screens before sewage works to remove them, costing money which will up your bill. Seriously, the only things that should ever be flushed down the toilet is bodily fluids and toilet paper.


why are they called flushable then?
are you the same water comany that around my area leaves a leak for weeks on end even though its been reported?
i would of thought that would also push bills up


No!
They are the company that digs the hole, repairs the leak then leaves the road cordoned off for weeks on end :D
#16
sam_of_london
luvsadealdealdeal
flush these & clog up the drains


It clearly says flushable on Amazon website. I have bought and flushed them with out any problems.


this was on watchdog the other day, they done a test, and the are actually non flushable, all the drainage companies are trying to Sue these companies
#17
ramiuk1
RadiantDuck
I work for a water company, these 'flushable' items give us loads of grief. They may not effect your personal drain, but they'll clog up the process further down and we have install screens before sewage works to remove them, costing money which will up your bill. Seriously, the only things that should ever be flushed down the toilet is bodily fluids and toilet paper.


why are they called flushable then?
are you the same water comany that around my area leaves a leak for weeks on end even though its been reported?
i would of thought that would also push bills up


Maybe! Do you live in Wales?
#18
Put one of these in a cup of water and stir it then do the same with toilet paper and watch the difference. You will not go flushing these then.

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