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Tesco Value Baby Wipes 17p for 80

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#1
Asda smartprice are better, these are cr4p!
#2
they are like wet tracing paper
#3
dmissy13
they are like wet tracing paper

as good as that?!
1 Like #4
HesFamily4
dmissy13
they are like wet tracing paper


as good as that?!


I find them ok actually, and I used to be quite bothered by what I wiped my kid's ass with. Not so bothered now, does a fine job(by).
1 Like #5
WOW!!! fantasic stocking fillers! Thanks OP. Heat added.
#6
Ah melted skin, worth every 17 pennies
#7
Absolutely nothing wrong with these wipes, nor their own value nappies. Just wish we'd known that with our first kid and not on our third.
#8
morrisons 1s are gud aswell they 16p for 72 they not as thin as some of them
#9
i use the wipes for cleaning, the loo and bathroom. woodwork.etc. much much cheaper than flash wipes. also don't make my hands sting, as i am allergic to loads of products,
#10
Horrid things

Sorry
#11
I wouldn't even wipe my own face with them, never mind my baby's bottom. NASTY NASTY cheapo rubbish. sorry
#12
I used the Asda Smart price ones once and they were total rubbish. Spend a few more pennys and get something decent. These are crap.

Mind you heat added as if you are on a tight budget these will do the job, just not that well.
#13
These are great for cleaning leather furniture and in the car.heat.
#14
Just the thing for my Tesco Value baby.
#15
they never have any instock at most stores always get snapped up extra quick
would never use for baby but good for trainers,worktops etc
#16
Asda smartprice wipes were possibly 17p yesterday too...
#17
adelerose21
I wouldn't even wipe my own face with them, never mind my baby's bottom. NASTY NASTY cheapo rubbish. sorry


Now you've got me scared!

Should I take my little boy to the Accident and Emergency right away, as I've been using these wipes for a month on him.

Just wondering if there's some kind of toxic chemical in them that will dissolve his skin soon going by some of the comments on here...:{
#18
fairyfaye4
i use the wipes for cleaning, the loo and bathroom. woodwork.etc. much much cheaper than flash wipes. also don't make my hands sting, as i am allergic to loads of products,


Bought to use to take my makeup off but they really are thin and rubbish even hurt on the face. Thats what i feel anyway. Glad I got my free sample of simple wipes yesterday(off here).

Don't like things going to waste tho so think i'll pinch the tip on using them for cleaning. Thanks fairyfaye :)
1 Like #19
It's crazy how some people view 'value' range products so negatively! This is a great example! There is likely to be absolutely nothing wrong with these wipes. For all we know, they may even be exactly the same wipes as you find in another brand name or premium pack!

Nothing nasty about them at all, it's all primarily psychological!

Oh and hot from me.
#20
WaxMechaniK
It's crazy how some people view 'value' range products so negatively! This is a great example! There is likely to be absolutely nothing wrong with these wipes. For all we know, they may even be exactly the same wipes as you find in another brand name or premium pack!

Nothing nasty about them at all, it's all primarily psychological!

Oh and hot from me.


Good comment mate. I can sometimes understand the negative attitude towards certain value foodstuffs due to poor quality ingredients, but these don't really come under that umbrella - they're for wiping your kids ass, that they manage to do that quite successfully.
#21
michaelvintner
I used the Asda Smart price ones once and they were total rubbish. Spend a few more pennys and get something decent. These are crap.

Mind you heat added as if you are on a tight budget these will do the job, just not that well.


Seriously? We bought some Smart Price wipes a couple of weeks ago. I did a "strength" test against Pampers wipes by holding the end of each wipe and pulling them. The Smart Price wipes were the strongest. Looking closely at the wipes, I the only difference I could see was that the Pampers had a design imprinted on them.

However, we've not really used them on our son...yet!
#22
moob
WaxMechaniK
It's crazy how some people view 'value' range products so negatively! This is a great example! There is likely to be absolutely nothing wrong with these wipes. For all we know, they may even be exactly the same wipes as you find in another brand name or premium pack!

Nothing nasty about them at all, it's all primarily psychological!

Oh and hot from me.


Good comment mate. I can sometimes understand the negative attitude towards certain value foodstuffs due to poor quality ingredients, but these don't really come under that umbrella - they're for wiping your kids ass, that they manage to do that quite successfully.


Some value brands are great...others I wouldn't touch.

Asda Smart Price chopped tomatoes are just as good in the slow cooker as premium brands. I wouldn't buy value chicken or the frozen / microwave meals (I rarely buy any microwave meals anyway because they're ****) .

Wipes..well, they're not all the same. These wouldn't be great for those with sensitive skin.
#23
smk77

Wipes..well, they're not all the same. These wouldn't be great for those with sensitive skin.

I've used them on my boy for over a month now, I'd consider him to have sensitive skin, and no problems reported.
#24
moob
smk77

Wipes..well, they're not all the same. These wouldn't be great for those with sensitive skin.

I've used them on my boy for over a month now, I'd consider him to have sensitive skin, and no problems reported.


Took the plunge today and use these to wipe my sons face...he very quickly developed a blotchy marks on his face...

They were however useful for cleaning up today's mess...the crayon off the doors!

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