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10 x 40 Andrex Washlets Flushable for £2.50 Toilet Tissue Wipes (Buy 10 get £10 off) Amazon Prime Now (+£3.99 delivery)
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10 x 40 Andrex Washlets Flushable for £2.50 Toilet Tissue Wipes (Buy 10 get £10 off) Amazon Prime Now (+£3.99 delivery)

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Posted 8th Dec 2019

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Please don’t flush these down the toilet, my house got flooded with raw sewage because people along my street did this and blocked the whole sewage system up and then it come up in my front room!
Please dont buy wipes they block up the sewers.
Isaac_McCafferty08/12/2019 15:02

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Flushable means they flush not break down.i have cleaned sewers and found all sorts of things like reading glasses, rings ,toothbrushes all flushable
Edited by: "madog_b" 8th Dec 2019
They can be flushed, but so can socks. There are NO wipes which, ATM, will dissolve in the sewers.
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Can only buy 6 maximum
John_Atkin08/12/2019 14:55

Can only buy 6 maximum


It'll be based on availability in your area. I ordered 10.
Please dont buy wipes they block up the sewers.
Added 10 but shows as £12.50 at checkout for me.
Not workin cant check out
madog_b08/12/2019 14:57

Please dont buy wipes they block up the sewers.


There as washable

Good bye
GoodShopping201708/12/2019 15:00

Added 10 but shows as £12.50 at checkout for me.


You will see the £10 off when you select a time for delivery
Please don’t flush these down the toilet, my house got flooded with raw sewage because people along my street did this and blocked the whole sewage system up and then it come up in my front room!
Isaac_McCafferty08/12/2019 15:02

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Flushable means they flush not break down.i have cleaned sewers and found all sorts of things like reading glasses, rings ,toothbrushes all flushable
Edited by: "madog_b" 8th Dec 2019
Bought 1x Jagermeister £15
3 x Strongbow Dark Fruits 30 cans £19.17
8 x Andrex Washlets £10
2 x Winalot Wet Dog Food
Total £42.03
Dog food was in the deal for 10 items get £10 off so play around for deal that suits you
They can be flushed, but so can socks. There are NO wipes which, ATM, will dissolve in the sewers.
What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a nunber 2.
moneybanks1408/12/2019 15:22

What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a …What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a nunber 2.


Toilet paper breaks down quiet quickly
moneybanks1408/12/2019 15:22

What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a …What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a nunber 2.


Jug and water
madog_b08/12/2019 15:23

Toilet paper breaks down quiet quickly


Doesnt clean though properly, get clinkers and all sorts.
moneybanks1408/12/2019 15:28

Doesnt clean though properly, get clinkers and all sorts.


Lol Im sorry but can can cost more getting someone to jet the sewers
Everything is out of stock as I can see from items in this deal buy 5 and get £5 off or buy 10 and get £10 off. Missed the deal
moneybanks1408/12/2019 15:28

Doesnt clean though properly, get clinkers and all sorts.


A douche or bidet
Mine shows max of 4
Hassann08/12/2019 16:12

You dont use hand-wash or soap I suppose?


So you take that in the cubicle with you then do you?
furiousjammin08/12/2019 16:14

So you take that in the cubicle with you then do you?


Normal people don't have cubicles at home
moneybanks1408/12/2019 15:22

What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a …What do you recommend then if not these? I like a clean bottom after a nunber 2.


Have you never heard of a toilet brush?
Nicebob08/12/2019 16:16

Have you never heard of a toilet brush?


A toilet brush to clean your 'arris?!
Says these are biodegradable so they breakdown. I've been using these as I like the hygiene but I'm now concerned I potentially causing sewer issues
Edited by: "TKDBlackbelt" 8th Dec 2019
Out of stock.
madog_b08/12/2019 14:57

Please dont buy wipes they block up the sewers.


I don't suppose you've had a baby, have you? It's one thing to buy them, another to flush them. I can't imagine not using wipes but I've never flushed a single one down a toilet (flushable or not). Fat clogs up drains too but I've not heard anyone campaign for a total ban on takeaways/ eating meat or chips.
Ordered 10 thanks, also bought my milk whilst I was at it
These things are killing our planet. Have a conscience and don't buy them please.
Easy way to check if wipes should be flushed or not:
Half fill a bottle with water, put the wipe in, shake for 30 seconds or so.
If the wipe has broken down it can be flushed.
randall1uk08/12/2019 15:03

Please don’t flush these down the toilet, my house got flooded with raw s …Please don’t flush these down the toilet, my house got flooded with raw sewage because people along my street did this and blocked the whole sewage system up and then it come up in my front room!


They are the consistency of tissue paper. They are designed to be flushed. The same as toilet paper.
Magda11108/12/2019 16:23

I don't suppose you've had a baby, have you? It's one thing to buy them, …I don't suppose you've had a baby, have you? It's one thing to buy them, another to flush them. I can't imagine not using wipes but I've never flushed a single one down a toilet (flushable or not). Fat clogs up drains too but I've not heard anyone campaign for a total ban on takeaways/ eating meat or chips.


You are correct fat does cause blockages also and I wish that they were made to put in fat traps in the sewer to stop this problem.i wish everyone was like you and not flush wipes.
steven5watson08/12/2019 16:34

They are the consistency of tissue paper. They are designed to be flushed. …They are the consistency of tissue paper. They are designed to be flushed. The same as toilet paper.


How fast do they break down
Edited by: "madog_b" 8th Dec 2019
Well they come apart faster than tissue paper so I imagine faster. Although tissue paper doesn't break down it gets shredded at the sewege works then breaks down. It's the same stuff although one is slightly thicker and moist...
suzhayes08/12/2019 16:29

These things are killing our planet. Have a conscience and don't buy them …These things are killing our planet. Have a conscience and don't buy them please.


They are biodegradable so how are they killing the planet ?
TKDBlackbelt08/12/2019 18:55

They are biodegradable so how are they killing the planet ?


Just google them on news sector
ndyanem08/12/2019 18:58

Just google them on news sector


Googled, lots of opinion anything factual you can point me to
The word fatberg is really a misnomer, because vast majority of a fatberg is made not of fat but of wet wipes. Most wet wipes contain non-biodegradable plastic, so they can’t break up, and when we flush too many they block the drains.

What to switch to: Some brands such as Andrex washlets claim to already be biodegradable and flushable – as long as you only flush one at a time.

Also:

An Andrex ad carrying a slogan claiming they are "flushable" has been banned for misleading consumers.

A website for the Andrex Washlets wipes, seen in April, featured a logo headed "flushable" with text underneath stating: "Look for this label!"

It said: "This means our flushable washlets are specially designed to break down in moving water, so they won’t block your toilet if your sewage system is well maintained and you follow the directions on the packaging."

However the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) banned the ad after Andrex owner Kimberly-Clark admitted that the product did not meet Water UK’s ‘Fine to Flush’ standards and relied on international industry flushability guidelines instead.
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