Andrex Washlets, Classic Clean Toilet Tissue Wet Wipes (Flushable Tissue Wipes), 12 Packs £6.60 + £4.49 delivery Non Prime @ AMAZON
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Andrex Washlets, Classic Clean Toilet Tissue Wet Wipes (Flushable Tissue Wipes), 12 Packs £6.60 + £4.49 delivery Non Prime @ AMAZON

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Expires on 31/12/2019Posted 8th Nov
  • These lightly moistened flushable toilet wet wipes have a cotton fresh fragrance and micellar water
  • Use alongside your regular Andrex toilet roll
  • Flushable and biodegradable wet wipes
  • Save up to 15 percent on Andrex washlets with subscribe and save, keeping toilet tissue wet wipes always on hand
  • Made by Kimberly Clark, the same company who brings you Andrex toilet roll, Kleenex facial tissues, Huggies baby wipes and Fiesta kitchen roll
  • 12 packs of Andrex Washlets Wipes x 40 sheets
To get this price just tick the 40% discount box for first subscribe and save order. Possibly cheaper if you have other s&s items.
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These wipes should NOT be flushed.

Good deal, but the wipes shouldn't be flushed. They don't break down in the sewers. Andrex's claim that these are flushable is only based on them not blocking your toilet when flushed, not on their biodegradable properties.
MarkShopper08/11/2019 16:02

Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC …Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC Watchdog?https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4PMlhrzyfmlwMT8RKMlj105/flushable-wipes


Nope, itv.com/new…an/
"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"
Edited by: "RandomUser42" 8th Nov
After seeing a sperm whale beaching itself then dying I'll give these a miss.
The on-site autopsy found a bin bag in its throat.
Not the cause of its death but has made me think more of what I'm buying that will probably go back into landfill or straight into the ocean to harm these beautiful creatures.
Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC Watchdog?

bbc.co.uk/pro…pes
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5.40 on s&s for me. Thanks op
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Great price thanks
Cheers for the heads-up!
Need to be careful to 40% voucher is activated in s&s...
For info I'm still getting the discount even though I have previously ordered.
When do u cancel subscribe &save, after ordering or after delivery?
Spot on , I choose to repeat in 6 months !
AL1S0N08/11/2019 15:52

When do u cancel subscribe &save, after ordering or after delivery?


Wait til delivery .
Thanks OP
Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC Watchdog?

bbc.co.uk/pro…pes
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On the super moist £6.90 s&s
yozzman123408/11/2019 16:00

Spot on , I choose to repeat in 6 months !


FYI it won't keep the same price in 6 months, so you may want to reconsider that. It could double or triple in price and that's the price you'll pay in 6 months.
MarkShopper08/11/2019 16:02

Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC …Does it meet the 'fine to flush' standard, as per the recent BBC Watchdog?https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4PMlhrzyfmlwMT8RKMlj105/flushable-wipes


Nope, itv.com/new…an/
"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"
Edited by: "RandomUser42" 8th Nov
Good find thanks
These wipes should NOT be flushed.

Good deal, but the wipes shouldn't be flushed. They don't break down in the sewers. Andrex's claim that these are flushable is only based on them not blocking your toilet when flushed, not on their biodegradable properties.
RandomUser4208/11/2019 16:09

Nope, …Nope, https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2019/10/15/andrex-told-stop-claiming-wet-wipes-flushable/



Which is odd.

When they did that "Anatomy of a Fatberg" thing on TV, they tested a few different wet wipes. The guy who did the testing for them said these ones were actually OK. They did break down in the sewer and "would not cause a blockage on their own". But they were the only ones that got any sort of thumbs up. Some of the others (mainly cheap supermarket brand baby wipes - which did still say "flushable" on them) didn't break down at all. I believe the phrase he used for those was along the lines of "You could tow a car with some of these ...".
The 40% off wording seems to suggest it's for your first S&S rather than the first order of this product, like your description is suggesting. Does anyone know which is correct?

If it's just for people without any current subscriptions, people with existing ones won't be eligible for the 40% off.

And does anyone know if you can subscribe with a discount like this, then cancel, then get a similar offer on other products because they're again your "first" subscription? I've had subscriptions before, and always cancel after delivery, but I don't always see these offers (and when I do they vary in percentage) so I'm not really sure how it works!
Great deal OP, I went for the super moist but it’s now at £8.43 with the discount which is still a good price
Heat added. Got a loft full from the last special offer or would partake
Wow! Super price! Thanks very much for sharing.
£5.40 for me on S&S too! Great price!
£5.40 for me Too
I already had an active s&s subscription for this item and flavour and I still got 40% off.
My tenant used this and it blocked the soil pipe. I think this should be ban to use.
TallYoda08/11/2019 16:08

FYI it won't keep the same price in 6 months, so you may want to …FYI it won't keep the same price in 6 months, so you may want to reconsider that. It could double or triple in price and that's the price you'll pay in 6 months.


I know ! Just gives me more time to cancel
yozzman123408/11/2019 17:17

I know ! Just gives me more time to cancel


Ah, just letting you know in case - didn't want you being charged loads in 6 months unexpectedly!
After seeing a sperm whale beaching itself then dying I'll give these a miss.
The on-site autopsy found a bin bag in its throat.
Not the cause of its death but has made me think more of what I'm buying that will probably go back into landfill or straight into the ocean to harm these beautiful creatures.
Evertonian187808/11/2019 16:13

These wipes should NOT be flushed.Good deal, but the wipes shouldn't be …These wipes should NOT be flushed.Good deal, but the wipes shouldn't be flushed. They don't break down in the sewers. Andrex's claim that these are flushable is only based on them not blocking your toilet when flushed, not on their biodegradable properties.



Actually, in this case, that's not true.

Much as I hate to link to a Daily Mail article, they tested them themselves and they did break down: dailymail.co.uk/new…tml

See the little panel part way down the article for ones they tested. A simple shake in water.

Same when they tested them on TV (see my comment above). These ones did break down. They're made from cellulose and contain zero plastic. The reason their ad got pulled is becuase the UK changed to it's own "flushable" standard earlier this year. Up until that point, we used the international standard. Which just muddies the waters (no pun intended) as it's much the same as the already internationally recognised standard anyway.

They're now working with the UK authority to get the new stamp of approval.

andrex.co.uk/flu…ty/

Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of bad wet wipes out there, but these are not one of them.

And people saying "these are pointless" have obviously never had to have a colonoscopy. If you have, and you've had to do the prep for it (worse than the procedure - trust me), you'll know these things are a godsend. (I guess it would be the same after a potent curry?)

Obviously, don't go stuffing ten of them down the bog at once. That won't do it any good. But, use them as they are meant to be used, one or two at a time, and they're fine.

Great price BTW. Heat from me.
Can you order then cancel the subscription?
nemesis42908/11/2019 18:36

Can you order then cancel the subscription?


Wait for delivery then cancel
£5.40 if you have the 15 % s&s discount in place
I don't have a puppy.
save yourself money and buy a toilet wash jug and stick to toilet tissue. will keep your bottom nice and clean when both used!


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youngmale196709/11/2019 05:25

https://www.andrex.co.uk/flushability/


this is rubbish, take a trip down to your local sewage treatment plant and see the nightmare these cause. They should not advertise safe to flush. Shocking really!
Feed the fat berg ! Ordered thanks
sancheez08/11/2019 16:16

Which is odd.When they did that "Anatomy of a Fatberg" thing on TV, they …Which is odd.When they did that "Anatomy of a Fatberg" thing on TV, they tested a few different wet wipes. The guy who did the testing for them said these ones were actually OK. They did break down in the sewer and "would not cause a blockage on their own". But they were the only ones that got any sort of thumbs up. Some of the others (mainly cheap supermarket brand baby wipes - which did still say "flushable" on them) didn't break down at all. I believe the phrase he used for those was along the lines of "You could tow a car with some of these ...".



sancheez08/11/2019 16:16

Which is odd.When they did that "Anatomy of a Fatberg" thing on TV, they …Which is odd.When they did that "Anatomy of a Fatberg" thing on TV, they tested a few different wet wipes. The guy who did the testing for them said these ones were actually OK. They did break down in the sewer and "would not cause a blockage on their own". But they were the only ones that got any sort of thumbs up. Some of the others (mainly cheap supermarket brand baby wipes - which did still say "flushable" on them) didn't break down at all. I believe the phrase he used for those was along the lines of "You could tow a car with some of these ...".


I believe the only ones that meet new standards are the Natracare ones you can get from Waitrose.
I got them for £5.40 with subscribe and save
My neighbour used these. I ended up with “soil” shall we say all over my patio as I was the last house on the row.
Please don’t flush these they block the waste pipe....
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