18 packs Huggies wipes 1008 wipes at Amazon for £10.50 (Prime or add £4.75)
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18 packs Huggies wipes 1008 wipes at Amazon for £10.50 (Prime or add £4.75)

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Found 13th Dec 2016
Not a bad price here, 18 packs of wipes for £10.50!. 1008 wipes should be enough to clean all the kids faces from their selection boxes this Christmas.
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Not bad price for worst wipes ever
new brand. Higgins
serialkillerdna

new brand. Higgins



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Huggins according to iPhones spell checker corrector today! Great work apple
These Huggies wipes are the only brand that doesn't make my lo sore. Heat
Perfect thanks op. Use these on my four year old and water wipes for my 10 week old. Heat added
Worst wipes out there!
10 pack's for 6 quid in morrisons
anthonynsinclair

Perfect thanks op. Use these on my four year old and water wipes for my … Perfect thanks op. Use these on my four year old and water wipes for my 10 week old. Heat added



​hi I'm looking at buying water wipes for my baby that's due soon are these good? I never used them before but seen them being sold in supermarkets ect, aslo what is average price for these when not on offer think they seem quite expensive to me but thinking may be cheaper buying in bulk like this deal with Huggies? thanks
These are great for my boy, no sore skin now. I got 12 for £7 from Asda.
They are dry and rip into pieces even when you try to take them out of packaging. Asda wipes are million times better
These are the only wipes I use on my kids. All other brands leave them sore. I have 3 kids and have tried most brands!
I absolutely bloody can't stand those. Ok I hate them too. Paper thin, come out in chunks, so dry. Useless
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​lol. I blame My phone too.
Love these wipes. Thanks op.
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lucyferror

Not bad price for worst wipes ever


Was about to post the exact same thing, tried many different brands/own brands over the years. Found Huggies to be the worst in my opinion, tear/fall apart just coming out of the packet, then if they are still in one piece they fluff up and bits come off onto clothing etc. Just no, even at this price.
Huggies rip when you pull them out of the packet. Johnsons don't.
10 packs for £5 at pound land works out cheaper
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