Andrex Washlets Flushable Toilet Tissue Wipes, Classic Clean - 12 Pack (Total 480 Wipes) - £9.84 Prime (£9.35 S&S) / £14.59 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Andrex Washlets Flushable Toilet Tissue Wipes, Classic Clean - 12 Pack (Total 480 Wipes) - £9.84 Prime (£9.35 S&S) / £14.59 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Oct
Cheapest ever price.

  • This item contains 12 packs, 40 wipes per pack, total 480 toilet tissue wipes
  • Andrex Classic Clean Washlets are lightly moistened toilet tissue wipes, with a cotton fresh fragrance, for softness your skin deserves
  • Each wipe, like all Andrex toilet tissue, is sustainably sourced and FSC certified
  • Use Andrex classic clean washlets alongside Andrex toilet tissue to achieve a superior clean
  • Save up to 15% on Andrex Washlets with subscribe and save and keep toilet tissue wipes always on hand

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They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they clog up the rest of the system, if not yours, then further along. Please don't put anything except toilet paper down the loos

Fatberg ahoy!

All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be flushed except human waste and toilet paper. Anything else ends up eventually causing a problem somewhere. However feel free flushing them in one of my rental properties and enjoy your dynarod unblocking fee. Theres nothing wrong with using them... just bag them up and bin them in the same way as feminine hygiene products. You dont flush those....... do you??!!
Edited by: "camelopardis" 22nd Oct

Sneakily changed these from 42 wipes per pack to 40. I blame Brexit.
Hey ho, my bum has never been so clean so can’t complain too much.
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Thanks

Sneakily changed these from 42 wipes per pack to 40. I blame Brexit.
Hey ho, my bum has never been so clean so can’t complain too much.

I'm sure these turn your bum purple? that's what my mate Joe Spud said.

A nice way to prevent itchy bottom these. Quite a few parts of the world use water to clean themselves, but over here it's unheard of. These "wet wipes" are a late but welcome arrival in the UK. patient.info/hea…ani

skip1126 m ago

A nice way to prevent itchy bottom these. Quite a few parts of the world …A nice way to prevent itchy bottom these. Quite a few parts of the world use water to clean themselves, but over here it's unheard of. These "wet wipes" are a late but welcome arrival in the UK. https://patient.info/health/itchy-bottom-pruritus-ani


They have been around for at least 10 years probably longer. These are a good price but there are store own brands which are just as good and chea

Fatberg ahoy!

Decent price. Anything for a clean botty after a curry and all that......

Purchased and hot from me.

Are these just toilet paper in a different packaging? If they aren't the same as toilet paper they aren't flushable.

skip11217 m ago

A nice way to prevent itchy bottom these. Quite a few parts of the world …A nice way to prevent itchy bottom these. Quite a few parts of the world use water to clean themselves, but over here it's unheard of. These "wet wipes" are a late but welcome arrival in the UK. https://patient.info/health/itchy-bottom-pruritus-ani


the thought of it just makes me go eeeuuurrggghhh. i mean walking around, without a clean bottom...yuck. you wash you hands, your face, your body, but not you bottom? weird logic.

#Banish skidmarks forever!
Edited by: "cf15" 22nd Oct

andyp35015 m ago

Are these just toilet paper in a different packaging? If they aren't the …Are these just toilet paper in a different packaging? If they aren't the same as toilet paper they aren't flushable.


Moist toilet paper resembling wet wipes

Cold all day long. Asda shades wet tissues are 65p per pack of 42. No difference whatsoever both are good for wiping your arse.

We buy Be Fresh, which also contains 42 wipes, from Herons, at £0.59 a pack, works out at £7.08. Just as good, if not better than, Andrex.

JohnIIIrd7 m ago

We buy Be Fresh, which also contains 42 wipes, from Herons, at £0.59 a …We buy Be Fresh, which also contains 42 wipes, from Herons, at £0.59 a pack, works out at £7.08. Just as good, if not better than, Andrex.


Yeah this "deal" stinks but as usual the sheep of hukd huddle together and vote whatever er everyone else does.

The non Prime deal sucks as these are regularly £1 in some supermarkets. I use Lidl personally but I think these are the best.

Are these Septic Tank friendly?
thanks
Edited by: "deany76" 22nd Oct

I buy the Lidl ones now, cheap as chips and just as good!

deany761 h, 6 m ago

Are these Septic Tank friendly?thanks


No - we have a septic tank and couldn't use these

Flushable - my a@se

B & M £1 a pack.Returns accepted.Skid marks will become history !

grv9994 h, 28 m ago

Sneakily changed these from 42 wipes per pack to 40. I blame Brexit. Hey …Sneakily changed these from 42 wipes per pack to 40. I blame Brexit. Hey ho, my bum has never been so clean so can’t complain too much.


S**t happens!

Great deal

They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they clog up the rest of the system, if not yours, then further along. Please don't put anything except toilet paper down the loos

OrangeAgent1 h, 57 m ago

I buy the Lidl ones now, cheap as chips and just as good!


In general, I have found very little difference in the wipes. What lets the Lidl and some of the other cheaper packets down is how they seal after you take a wipe out. The Lidl ones hardly seal at all and let air in. Consequently the tissues dry out and turn brown as if they have already been used. The Andrex packets seal perfectly every time.

Ilikemybargains11 m ago

They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they …They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they clog up the rest of the system, if not yours, then further along. Please don't put anything except toilet paper down the loos


Sad I know but since using wipes 'I have a ring of confidence' and skid marks are a thing of the past.

In general, I have found very little difference in the wipes. What lets the Lidl and some of the other cheaper packets down is how they seal after you take a wipe out. The Lidl ones hardly seal at all and let air in. Consequently the tissues dry out and turn brown as if they have already been used. The Andrex packets seal perfectly every time.

Original Poster

bbfb1233 h, 23 m ago

Cold all day long. Asda shades wet tissues are 65p per pack of 42. No …Cold all day long. Asda shades wet tissues are 65p per pack of 42. No difference whatsoever both are good for wiping your arse.


That's great but this deal is for Andrex wipes not Asda ones, and this happens to be the cheapest they've been.

Tried these and find them not as moist as the ones from home bargains 2 packs for £1 in all the home bargains ones are a lot softer on the whole?

All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be flushed except human waste and toilet paper. Anything else ends up eventually causing a problem somewhere. However feel free flushing them in one of my rental properties and enjoy your dynarod unblocking fee. Theres nothing wrong with using them... just bag them up and bin them in the same way as feminine hygiene products. You dont flush those....... do you??!!
Edited by: "camelopardis" 22nd Oct

camelopardis11 m ago

All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be …All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be flushed except human waste and toilet paper. Anything else ends up eventually causing a problem somewhere. However feel free flushing them in one of my rental properties and enjoy your dynarod unblocking fee. Theres nothing wrong with using them... just bag them up and bin them in the same way as feminine hygiene products. You dont flush those....... do you??!!


regardless, personal hygiene beats your concern.

camelopardis43 m ago

All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be …All these so called "flushable" wipes should be banned. Nothing should be flushed except human waste and toilet paper. Anything else ends up eventually causing a problem somewhere. However feel free flushing them in one of my rental properties and enjoy your dynarod unblocking fee. Theres nothing wrong with using them... just bag them up and bin them in the same way as feminine hygiene products. You dont flush those....... do you??!!


Agreed. I work in the waste water industry and these types of things cause so many problems. The only things people should be flushing are the three Ps, Poo, Pee and (Toilet) Paper. Anything else goes in your bin.

Tequila33 m ago

regardless, personal hygiene beats your concern.


And peoples homes internally flooding with raw sewage is hygenic? Because thats the end result of ignorant people flushing wipes etc down their toilets. But as long as it never happens to you I guess you don't care!

andyp35037 m ago

And peoples homes internally flooding with raw sewage is hygenic? Because …And peoples homes internally flooding with raw sewage is hygenic? Because thats the end result of ignorant people flushing wipes etc down their toilets. But as long as it never happens to you I guess you don't care!


How are they allowed to claim they're flushable then?

I think you're confusing them with baby wipes.

"For proper results flush 1-2 wipes at a time"

I'd never use them, my shared sewer has blocked several times and these supposed flushable wipes are the problem, along with fat from the kitchens. I'm at the end of the shared sewer pipe before it goes to the main sewer and guess which lucky sod gets the overflowing sewer? yes me and my neighbours probably think it's hilarious flushing these down the bog along with gallons of cooking oil, paint, white sprits, evidence and such like.

These should be banned!

Once you have to rod out a sewer full of poop and flushable wipes you'll never used them again.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 22nd Oct

ThrobsBlackHat10 h, 4 m ago

How are they allowed to claim they're flushable then?I think you're …How are they allowed to claim they're flushable then?I think you're confusing them with baby wipes.


Because they are actually flushable, as in they will flush down the loo. people will call it clever marketing but i don't. the clue is in the actual wording.
Edited by: "Mike.Hope" 23rd Oct

aajax423 h, 14 m ago

Sad I know but since using wipes 'I have a ring of confidence' and skid …Sad I know but since using wipes 'I have a ring of confidence' and skid marks are a thing of the past. In general, I have found very little difference in the wipes. What lets the Lidl and some of the other cheaper packets down is how they seal after you take a wipe out. The Lidl ones hardly seal at all and let air in. Consequently the tissues dry out and turn brown as if they have already been used. The Andrex packets seal perfectly every time.

Just leave the sealed pack upside down and let gravity maintain the seal.

Baby wipes are just as good and half the price, especially Huggies but as a few other people have said ‘never flush only bag’

Ilikemybargains4 h, 19 m ago

They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they …They may be 'flushable' as in they disappear from your toilet, but they clog up the rest of the system, if not yours, then further along. Please don't put anything except toilet paper down the loos


Andrex quote "FLUSHABLE" we can then sue Andrex for a misleading claim !

These are flushable, and disintegrate very easily. Put it this way, I don't remember my finger going through toilet paper, but moist tissues are another matter. As for clogging up pipes, I think there is confusion between moist tissues and wet wipes - the latter should never be flushed.

If they disintegrate quickly that's good but many websites suggest most toilet wet wipes are not, well maybe after a week or two in water. Those flushable toilet cleaning wipes certainly don't break down quickly, a number of days stuffed in a blocked sewer pipe and they're in the same shape and form as when flushed, albeit somewhat more poop infested.

spannerzone22 m ago

If they disintegrate quickly that's good but many websites suggest most …If they disintegrate quickly that's good but many websites suggest most toilet wet wipes are not, well maybe after a week or two in water. Those flushable toilet cleaning wipes certainly don't break down quickly, a number of days stuffed in a blocked sewer pipe and they're in the same shape and form as when flushed, albeit somewhat more poop infested.


Not exactly shoving a Argos catalogue down the Loo,if Andrex make this claim surely they are open too litigation if the Loo gets blocked..???
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