Andrex Washlets Flushable Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes 25p @ Morrisons with Snap-Save
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Andrex Washlets Flushable Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes 25p @ Morrisons with Snap-Save

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Found 14th Apr
Andrex Skin Kind Washlets Enriched with Aloe Vera Flushable Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes also the Andrex Supreme Washlets variety are both available For £1.00 at Morrisons. Claim back 75p from topcashback's snap & save effectively making the packet of wipes 25 pence.
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Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as flushable. Should be banned, costs millions per year to clear them from sewers
Flushable, my arse!
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Flushable, my arse!
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ketsunoanna1 h, 3 m ago

Flushable, my arse!



ketsunoanna1 h, 3 m ago

Flushable, my arse!


Had a tenant who used similar flushable wipes, she ended up blocking the sewage system for a few houses. Cost them a few hundred pounds to clear up the mess. They pursued the manufacturer who had to foot the bill. I was present when the drain clearance chap came out, he lifted a manhole cover and the thing was choked with wipes.
Simlar deal also on TCB via Snap and Save.
Edited by: "britboy28" 14th Apr
britboy2842 m ago

Simlar deal also on TCB via Snap and Save.


Yep, also Kleenex original (75) for 50p at Morrisons/4 pack of toilet rolls for 50p. What's TCB's addiction to toiletry discounts?!
Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as flushable. Should be banned, costs millions per year to clear them from sewers
They are Quite good strong enough so you don’t poke through. No one likes that surprise especially if you have long nails
People should look out for the open days at their local sewage works (water reclamation works), take the kids because the toilet it not some magical place where you can put 'throw away' anything - plastic etc, it's a completely natural process to breakdown human waste, where anything else has to be scrapped out.

These type of products cause havoc, don't use them, don't buy them.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Apr
So to be clear, this is just for one pack of wipes?
tightar5e2 h, 59 m ago

People should look out for the open days at their local sewage works …People should look out for the open days at their local sewage works (water reclamation works), take the kids because the toilet it not some magical place where you can put 'throw away' anything - plastic etc, it's a completely natural process to breakdown human waste, where anything else has to be scrapped out.These type of products cause havoc, don't use them, don't buy them.


Nothing I love more after a 50 hour work week than to go down to my local sewage works. The kids love it there.
custommade075 h, 31 m ago

Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as …Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as flushable. Should be banned, costs millions per year to clear them from sewers


Keeps me in a job however, they are allowed to market them as flushable because they can travel around the trap in a toilet, they will only cause blockages if your drain has a deffect withing the pipework or manhole. 90% of all domestic blockages are caused by wipes and if you didnt know having a shared drain will get your drain unblocked for free by United Utilities
GodVilla1 h, 22 m ago

Thanks. You want to see the state of my works toilets from people washing …Thanks. You want to see the state of my works toilets from people washing their backside with water. Disgusting.


Water and hand. Yet it's disgusting to use flushable wipes?
Do these cash back sites actually work?
greenday101115 h, 12 m ago

Nothing I love more after a 50 hour work week than to go down to my local …Nothing I love more after a 50 hour work week than to go down to my local sewage works. The kids love it there.


Went over easter holidays and the whole day was
custommade0713 h, 24 m ago

Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as …Absolutely outrageous that they are still allowed to market these as flushable. Should be banned, costs millions per year to clear them from sewers


If you rip each wipe into smaller pieces it will no longer be a blockage hazard essentially.
1992Buffy4 h, 7 m ago

If you rip each wipe into smaller pieces it will no longer be a blockage …If you rip each wipe into smaller pieces it will no longer be a blockage hazard essentially.


Unless company produces wipes half the size. Right now they are sized up for a summo wrestler.
Wear_The_Fox_Hat8 h, 35 m ago

Water and hand. Yet it's disgusting to use flushable wipes?


Why would it be disgusting to use flushable wipes?

I do use both methods. In fact I use toilet paper at times too. From my experience the easiest and greenest method is water. Use tissue at end to dry.

Just use handwash afterwards leaving my left hand smelling of daffodils.

Toilet paper is fine too but I find you have to use a lot of paper to get cleaned to 95%+


At the end of the day what ever method one decides to use is fine as long as you don't walk around with skid marks

PS I don't own a squatting toilet.
Edited by: "vtec" 15th Apr
Wow must've hit a nerve with the mods. Deleted my comment about washing their backside with water!
bazznett15th Apr

Do these cash back sites actually work?


Yes, they do.

You can get some of the andrex at boots for 0,99 and get some points with the advantage card.
Edited by: "Pokora" 16th Apr
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