Andrex washlets tissue wipes 77p reduced from £1.55 for pack of 40! instore / online @ Waitrose
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Andrex washlets tissue wipes 77p reduced from £1.55 for pack of 40! instore / online @ Waitrose

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Found 3rd Jan
Andrex classic clean, gentle clean, and skin kind washlet wipes reduced from £1.55 to £0.77 for a pack of 40 in Waitrose, next cheapest I can find is £1.00 in B&M and then £1.50 in Sainsburys
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Blocked drains. Do not bother.
pep41156 m ago

Blocked drains. Do not bother.


Never had a blocked drain. Been using them for a few years now. Saying that it's only me that uses them in the house and I only use 1 at a time.
My neighbour used these, their drain blocked & I ended up with sewage all over my patio.....
I thought it was baby wipes that blocked toilets. These are meant to dissolve.
Another ecological nightmare looms with these plastic based wipes! Whatever happened to using a face flannel?
mrcareful52 m ago

Whatever happened to using a face flannel?


they aren't for your face! also they are made from paper and cotton, not plastic
They don’t block drains when you flush small quantities, like anything. They are 98% natural cellulose fibres
bbc.co.uk/new…rms

We used to use in our household. Sticky topic...but I would say 1 per person per day. In total 3 a day.


Few years back such a massive block...I wad lucky for my water company not to fine me for the damage it caused to the cul de sac drainage. Mine is first house in the row.


I will never ever use it nor recommend using it.
Edited by: "pep411" 3rd Jan
I use a water fire extinguisher to unblock my bog. Just put the nozzle down through the blockage and fire off a few blasts. Hey presto unblocked bog. It may sound pretty irresponsible to use a life saving device to unblock a bog but when your bogs blocked you just gotta do wot you gotta do sometimes.
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