WaterWipes £1.75 at Asda (pack of 60 wipes)
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WaterWipes £1.75 at Asda (pack of 60 wipes)

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LocalFound 31st Mar
WaterWipes are currently £1.75 for a pack of 60 at Asda. Saw this price in store but it’s also online so probably nationwide. Best price I’ve seen for a while, cheaper than the multi packs including Costco. I think this offer just started today because just yesterday I paid £2.50 for a pack. Not sure how long this is on for.
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shouldn’t jump on another deal but there’s similar in Poundland but it’s 98.7% water compared to these for a quid

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Edited by: "Brooklynokami" 31st Mar
If these are pretty much just water, why do they cost so much more than most of the others wipes?
Cold... £1.61 from Lloyds Pharmacy online (currently OOS) after 20% off copoun and delivered free to store
Thank you op for posting the deal! Had just bought some from Superdrug with 10% off and thought that was a bargain- this is even better- ordered 24- max number you can order- stocked for a while now, heat from me!
Great deal. These are rarely cheap. Thought £2 at Sainsbury's was good
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xxnsbxx9 h, 55 m ago

Thank you op for posting the deal! Had just bought some from Superdrug …Thank you op for posting the deal! Had just bought some from Superdrug with 10% off and thought that was a bargain- this is even better- ordered 24- max number you can order- stocked for a while now, heat from me!


That’s how many my husband bought yesterday.
I just dont get it... am i being thick (probably...) why so expensive if they are just water..? Weird.
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iamprobably45 m ago

I just dont get it... am i being thick (probably...) why so expensive if …I just dont get it... am i being thick (probably...) why so expensive if they are just water..? Weird.


They are supposed to be much kinder on newborn skin than other wipes. As for why they are so expensive? Probably because they don’t really have much competition, I think they are the only wipes with just two ingredients. Most have a whole list of ingredients, many of them chemicals which isn’t supposed to be good for newborn skin. (Older babies’ skin isn’t quite as sensitive though.)
vivicar14 m ago

They are supposed to be much kinder on newborn skin than other wipes. As …They are supposed to be much kinder on newborn skin than other wipes. As for why they are so expensive? Probably because they don’t really have much competition, I think they are the only wipes with just two ingredients. Most have a whole list of ingredients, many of them chemicals which isn’t supposed to be good for newborn skin. (Older babies’ skin isn’t quite as sensitive though.)


And also for babies, infants and toddlers with allergies and very sensitive skin- even for adults- and they are not dry like the other usual wipes- so you use less compared to other wipes, expensive as stated above they have no competition, but the best wipes! Try them out and you’ll realise why.
So why not just use wet toilet paper..??!
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iamprobably26 m ago

So why not just use wet toilet paper..??!


Wet toilet paper isn’t as strong and convenient.
Brooklynokami31st Mar

shouldn’t jump on another deal but there’s similar in Poundland but it’s 98 …shouldn’t jump on another deal but there’s similar in Poundland but it’s 98.7% water compared to these for a quid [Image]


Even better Aldi 99.5% water compared to these and water wipes for only 59p.
Thanks Op. Offer was still on last weekend at my local Asda. Stocked up!
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