Huggies Pure Baby Wipes Fragrance Free 12 Packs Wipes 2 for £10 (24 packs of 56) @ Tesco
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Huggies Pure Baby Wipes Fragrance Free 12 Packs Wipes 2 for £10 (24 packs of 56) @ Tesco

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Edited by:"natz265"Found 16th Oct
£10.50 for 12 or £10 for 24. Valid until 31/10/17

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Worst baby wipes in the world IMO, good deal but a terrible product
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that is actually a great deal

Just ordered 6 boxes and made a great saving ready in time for our new arrival. Hear added thanks.

Hi all, this is a great bargain! I’ve just been to the oldham store and got myself x24 pack for £10!!! Absolute bargain as pamper x12 costs £11 alone.

Oos

Worst baby wipes in the world IMO, good deal but a terrible product

millsy40023 h, 17 m ago

Worst baby wipes in the world IMO, good deal but a terrible product


I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby products.

We have used Huggies for our daughter for 2 years. They are fine.

We've also used Pampers, Tesco's, Asda's, Aldi's... there is almost no difference in quality between any of them.

They are literally just wet wipes... it's not rocket science.

cheers OP. Gonna get this tonight

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hey op this is a good deal and it is very comfortable for baby.

edanfalls2 h, 1 m ago

I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby …I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby products.We have used Huggies for our daughter for 2 years. They are fine.We've also used Pampers, Tesco's, Asda's, Aldi's... there is almost no difference in quality between any of them.They are literally just wet wipes... it's not rocket science.


Avoid! These will fall apart while you try to get them out. We also buy all brands, they are basically all the same, but no Huggies.
This problem is discussed on many forums, Google it.
Edited by: "_hukdealer_" 17th Oct

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cd198612 h, 48 m ago

Oos



They are not showing as out of stock for me, also available in store

edanfalls2 h, 45 m ago

I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby …I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby products.We have used Huggies for our daughter for 2 years. They are fine.We've also used Pampers, Tesco's, Asda's, Aldi's... there is almost no difference in quality between any of them.They are literally just wet wipes... it's not rocket science.


Well, i guess the material used is a bit different. Huggies uses cotton and do we know what some of the other products use ?

edanfalls3 h, 10 m ago

I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby …I'm not sure why, but people seem to have such strong opinions about baby products.We have used Huggies for our daughter for 2 years. They are fine.We've also used Pampers, Tesco's, Asda's, Aldi's... there is almost no difference in quality between any of them.They are literally just wet wipes... it's not rocket science.


Aldi wipes are much much thicker!

_hukdealer_1 h, 26 m ago

Avoid! These will fall apart while you try to get them out. We also buy …Avoid! These will fall apart while you try to get them out. We also buy all brands, they are basically all the same, but no Huggies.This problem is discussed on many forums, Google it.

We like them as they have no scent like many of the others. Hopefully though we are coming to the point we won't need them.

Ordered thanks

whenever I see ppl say these are rubbish and fall apart. I never understand that. having been a mother to 6 children, 1 of whom is still in nappies and need wipes, these are the best wipes I have ever used and will not use any other.

Picked up in store. Thanks very much

I found that the material used on Huggies does not ‘wipe’ the mess off your babies bottom it only pushes around and you end up in a right state. I personally found Johnson’s the best, we have tried all the cheaper brands too and would easily choose Lidl or something over these huggies.

Like someone said above, google this, we are not alone lol

Agree with many users don't rate them and have four kids worth of experience to go on , I second the Johnson's vote

Best wipes on the market by for IMO. We keep Aldi wipes for hands and general use but nothing beats these for changing a nappy.

Hate these, just bought a huge cheap box of them and they are terrible. Fall apart in your hand when rubbing. It's like using wet toilet roll.
Edited by: "support28" 19th Oct

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The wipes are strong and smell nice.

Banned

Well packaging.Baby Wipes Fragrance

millsy400217th Oct

I found that the material used on Huggies does not ‘wipe’ the mess off you …I found that the material used on Huggies does not ‘wipe’ the mess off your babies bottom it only pushes around and you end up in a right state. I personally found Johnson’s the best, we have tried all the cheaper brands too and would easily choose Lidl or something over these huggies. Like someone said above, google this, we are not alone lol


I thick you need a lesson in wiping baby creation bottom. There are techniques known to experienced mums

gilo822nd Nov

I thick you need a lesson in wiping baby creation bottom. There are …I thick you need a lesson in wiping baby creation bottom. There are techniques known to experienced mums


I think you should work on your grammar and spelling first

millsy40025th Nov

I think you should work on your grammar and spelling first


To be fair I think Gilo message is acceptable, it's readable and you understood what she meant... I think it's more important you learn how to wipe your babies bottom correctly rather than being haphazard. I think that can only irritate baby bottoms more.
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