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Tesco value baby wipes now 25P

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Tesco value baby wipes now 25P instore bargain.
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#1
12.5p if you exchange your clubcard vouchers for double value!
#2
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?
#3
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?
lmao your not a Snob (_;) just a lil stupid thats all pmsl :p whats the point gettin expensive stuff when they are just as good not to mention they all end up in the same place.....The bin
#4
I bought these wipes the other day, they have no perfume at all and seem like a good idea for general clean ups.
I will use them in the car.
#5
in peterborough tesco 95p
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Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?


We use the Sainsburys basics ones cost 25p as well when they have the half price offers on, they are just as good as the expensive ones
#7
deanos
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?


We use the Sainsburys basics ones cost 25p as well when they have the half price offers on, they are just as good as the expensive ones


No they're not. Pampers is the only option.
banned#8
It's like cheap toilet paper where your fingers tend go through the paper more often.
#9
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?


I don't think this is a funny or stupid question.

I have bought these in past but only use them for cleaning my hands (keep pack in car). They are ok for that purpose.

I wouldn't put them near my child as they brought him out in a rash. Guess depends on your skin type but I found them a bit harsh. Test on a discreet part of your child first I'd recommend!
#10
myakeira
cant believe everyone is moaning about this post ITS 25p for a pack of baby wipes........BARGAIN!!!!

They are a bargain.............as long as you don't actually use them on a baby!
#11
dena007
myakeira
cant believe everyone is moaning about this post ITS 25p for a pack of baby wipes........BARGAIN!!!!

They are a bargain.............as long as you don't actually use them on a baby!

I've used em on my lil boy for ages now n guess what.... he's still alive & kicking with no rashes or side affects lol i used to use huggies, pampers etc but found these just as good, the only diff is there's no smell but big WOW! oO like the smell from the other wipes stays on the skin anyways :p Ther are some proper jokers on eya (_;) but going by the heat quiet a few clever one too lol X)


Edited By: sameena1 on Aug 16, 2010 22:47: mistake
#12
sameena1
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?
lmao your not a Snob (_;) just a lil stupid thats all pmsl :p whats the point gettin expensive stuff when they are just as good not to mention they all end up in the same place.....The bin


Probably because they're barely wet, they're too thin, they have the absorbancy of a toilet roll tube. Probably very good for cleaning "other" things but not baby backsides
#13
Rich44
sameena1
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?
lmao your not a Snob (_;) just a lil stupid thats all pmsl :p whats the point gettin expensive stuff when they are just as good not to mention they all end up in the same place.....The bin
Probably because they're barely wet, they're too thin, they have the absorbancy of a toilet roll tube. Probably very good for cleaning "other" things but not baby backsides


You obviously haven't used these before then as they aren't 'barely wet' they are one of the moistest wipes I've used, more so than pampers ones etc.

I've been using these for ages and really rate them, Can't be the only one either as they are always out of stock at my nig Tesco's!

25p is a steal, no way I'm paying £1 odd for wipes!
#14
Rich44
sameena1
Gball
call me a snob, but does anybody actually use these cheap wipes?
lmao your not a Snob (_;) just a lil stupid thats all pmsl :p whats the point gettin expensive stuff when they are just as good not to mention they all end up in the same place.....The bin


Probably because they're barely wet, they're too thin, they have the absorbancy of a toilet roll tube. Probably very good for cleaning "other" things but not baby backsides
pmsl i agree with princess jasmin :p
#15
Good price if they suit your baby - brought mine out in horrendous nappy rash, wouldn't touch em with a barge pole now. Worth a try though :)
#16
by the amount of people buying these they must be good....flying off the shelves in my Tesco.
#17
wendyak
by the amount of people buying these they must be good....flying off the shelves in my Tesco.
:) ''yh i agree'' but some ppl on eya like to knock it before they try it
#18
Heat added-great find thanks
#19
plus the value face wipes are only 27p for 25 wipes
#20
I use them to get oil paint off hands and tables when I do my painting classes--we have always joked about what they have in them if they can do that! I will stock up on them at that price-cant go wrong!
#21
Good deal, we use these. Saves us a fortune! Huggies are better but they are also way more expensive.

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