WaterWipes Sensitive Baby Wipes, 60 Count, Pack of 18 (1080 Wipes Total) £22.32 @ Amazon
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WaterWipes Sensitive Baby Wipes, 60 Count, Pack of 18 (1080 Wipes Total) £22.32 @ Amazon

£22.32£39.9944%Amazon Deals
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Found 14th May
Great price for 18 packs
The world's purest baby wipes. 99.9% pure water and a drop of fruit


extract. Suitable from birth. Cleaning a newborn baby's delicate


sensitive skin requires the mildest, gentlest care possible, to avoid


skin sensitisation problems. Thanks to WaterWipes, parents have the the


convenience of baby wipes with the absolute purity and efficacy of


cotton wool and water.
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Bargain, thanks OP
Or just help the environment b using a wet flannel
Marketing gimmick, just use ordinary wipes.
Cold. We really shouldn't be using these things....
jaks1019 m ago

Marketing gimmick, just use ordinary wipes.


Ordinary wipes are too dry and I find I need to use several. Plus these have far less chemicals than ordinary wipes.
ro53ben18 m ago

Or just help the environment b using a wet flannel


yeah then wash them in the washing machine after each use...
badgerman221 m ago

Cold. We really shouldn't be using these things....


How would you wipe a baby's bottom covered in mess when you are out and about for the day?
Thanks
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jaks10146 m ago

Marketing gimmick, just use ordinary wipes.



Totally disagree, I've used many of the other brands and find you need to use double to get the same clean backside on our little one.
Good price for this item. That’s what makes it a hot U.K. deal. Doesn’t matter if you don’t like them; this is a good price.
Bovrilontoast35 m ago

yeah then wash them in the washing machine after each use...


Indeed, far more environmentally. WaterWipes are 80% polyester, aren't biodegradeable and are basically just land fill.
ro53ben14 m ago

Indeed, far more environmentally. WaterWipes are 80% polyester, aren't …Indeed, far more environmentally. WaterWipes are 80% polyester, aren't biodegradeable and are basically just land fill.


There are pro's and cons to both. The washing machine uses electric, water, detergent etc and is probably on a par with the 80% of the wipes which aren't biodegradable (20% is). Also, if you are out for the day which results in 4 nappy changes, would you want to be carrying a dirty flannel everywhere with you?
Bovrilontoast57 m ago

How would you wipe a baby's bottom covered in mess when you are out and …How would you wipe a baby's bottom covered in mess when you are out and about for the day?



Wet a tissue, or carry some cheap flannels. I fully appreciate it's not as convenient, practical, hygienic, but we have to move away from non-receyclable plastics that block sewers, landfill, pollute the oceans.
Bovrilontoast23 m ago

There are pro's and cons to both. The washing machine uses electric, …There are pro's and cons to both. The washing machine uses electric, water, detergent etc and is probably on a par with the 80% of the wipes which aren't biodegradable (20% is). Also, if you are out for the day which results in 4 nappy changes, would you want to be carrying a dirty flannel everywhere with you?


You clearly know nothing about laundry, which is perhaps why you pollute the environment with disposable stuff for your own convenience.

Incidentally, an item cannot be 20% biodegradable. It either is or isn't. WaterWipes are not biodegradable.
Edited by: "ro53ben" 14th May
badgerman24 m ago

Wet a tissue, or carry some cheap flannels. I fully appreciate it's not as …Wet a tissue, or carry some cheap flannels. I fully appreciate it's not as convenient, practical, hygienic, but we have to move away from non-receyclable plastics that block sewers, landfill, pollute the oceans.


Lets agree to disagree. I am all for helping the environment but some things are not as easy as others. Wet tissue wouldn't do the job as it would just fall to pieces as you wipe and I wouldn't want to carry multiple flannels round smelling of poo all day on a hot summers day.
ro53ben7 m ago

You clearly know nothing about laundry, which is perhaps why you pollute …You clearly know nothing about laundry, which is perhaps why you pollute the environment with disposable stuff for your own convenience.Incidentally, an item cannot be 20% biodegradable. It either is or isn't. WaterWipes are not biodegradable.


You clearly haven't read the details provided for the product on their website where they state 20% is biodegradable. Where possible, I do use biodegradable products but sometimes it just isn't practical or financially viable. From your comment I assume you only use public transport or own an electric car, run your house on solar power or use a green gas/electric supplier and only drink from glass bottles or the tap?
Pack of 12*
Cold, wrong description. There's no pack of 18.
Slackuro6 m ago

Cold, wrong description. There's no pack of 18.


There were packs of 18 and I've ordered one so the description was correct 2 hours ago!
This deal should be expired. The 18 packs are unavailable now.
There was packs of 18. Same price I had paid for 12 pack so ordered. I plan on using mainly rewashable wipes I bought a kit from cheeky wipes. These will also be handy for being out and about
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Looks like they're no longer for sale which is odd.
Bovrilontoast1 h, 31 m ago

You clearly haven't read the details provided for the product on their …You clearly haven't read the details provided for the product on their website where they state 20% is biodegradable. Where possible, I do use biodegradable products but sometimes it just isn't practical or financially viable. From your comment I assume you only use public transport or own an electric car, run your house on solar power or use a green gas/electric supplier and only drink from glass bottles or the tap?



The point is, whilst we don't have to be hair-shirt wearing environmentalists, there are some simple things - such as eschewing single use plastic items - which we should all take up, even if it does cause some very minor inconvenience...
badgerman25 m ago

The point is, whilst we don't have to be hair-shirt wearing …The point is, whilst we don't have to be hair-shirt wearing environmentalists, there are some simple things - such as eschewing single use plastic items - which we should all take up, even if it does cause some very minor inconvenience...


Totally agree about plastic items such as drinks bottles no longer being used etc, I never disputed that.
Bovrilontoast3 h, 19 m ago

You clearly haven't read the details provided for the product on their …You clearly haven't read the details provided for the product on their website where they state 20% is biodegradable. Where possible, I do use biodegradable products but sometimes it just isn't practical or financially viable. From your comment I assume you only use public transport or own an electric car, run your house on solar power or use a green gas/electric supplier and only drink from glass bottles or the tap?


I've read the website FAQ. It says "Are WaterWipes Biodegradable? No". Clear as day.

Financially viable, she says using disposable wipes instead of reusable flannels which would be cheaper than £22.32 a box from Amazon.

And yes, I do only use public transport, I don't own a car any more. I generally walk or run. Electric cars aren't very environmentally friendly and green gas/electricity is a con - it's all the same national grid. I use a reusable Bobble filter for water, it's cheaper than bottled water.

Thanks for asking.
badgerman21 h, 48 m ago

The point is, whilst we don't have to be hair-shirt wearing …The point is, whilst we don't have to be hair-shirt wearing environmentalists, there are some simple things - such as eschewing single use plastic items - which we should all take up, even if it does cause some very minor inconvenience...


Indeed. These could, and should, be made of biodegradeable material.
chocolate20105 h, 26 m ago

Ordinary wipes are too dry and I find I need to use several. Plus these …Ordinary wipes are too dry and I find I need to use several. Plus these have far less chemicals than ordinary wipes.


Everything is chemicals though lol, also you could just pour a bit of water in a pack of cheaper wipes and save yourself some money
ro53ben40 m ago

I've read the website FAQ. It says "Are WaterWipes Biodegradable? No". …I've read the website FAQ. It says "Are WaterWipes Biodegradable? No". Clear as day.Financially viable, she says using disposable wipes instead of reusable flannels which would be cheaper than £22.32 a box from Amazon.And yes, I do only use public transport, I don't own a car any more. I generally walk or run. Electric cars aren't very environmentally friendly and green gas/electricity is a con - it's all the same national grid. I use a reusable Bobble filter for water, it's cheaper than bottled water.Thanks for asking.


You obviously got stuck after the first word on the answer to the question as it says "No. The material in WaterWipes is made from 20% Viscose and 80% Polyester, because of this, only 20% of the wipe material is biodegradable".

Financial viability was referring to the other eco items that I mentioned, electric cars and solar power. Totally agree about that flannels are cheap, but that doesn't mean I will walk round with a bag full of flannels covered in baby sh1t, that's unhygienic and unpleasant.
Bovrilontoast6 m ago

You obviously got stuck after the first word on the answer to the question …You obviously got stuck after the first word on the answer to the question as it says "No. The material in WaterWipes is made from 20% Viscose and 80% Polyester, because of this, only 20% of the wipe material is biodegradable".Financial viability was referring to the other eco items that I mentioned, electric cars and solar power. Totally agree about that flannels are cheap, but that doesn't mean I will walk round with a bag full of flannels covered in baby sh1t, that's unhygienic and unpleasant.


Do you throw their dirty clothes in the bin too? Baby clothes tend to get dirty.
ro53ben7 m ago

Do you throw their dirty clothes in the bin too? Baby clothes tend to get …Do you throw their dirty clothes in the bin too? Baby clothes tend to get dirty.


Yeah, the ones I get are biodegradable....
AnnaClarke-d6c17.6245740 m ago

Everything is chemicals though lol, also you could just pour a bit of …Everything is chemicals though lol, also you could just pour a bit of water in a pack of cheaper wipes and save yourself some money


If your happy to put them chemicals on your child, thats fine, dont badger us about spending OUR money on the health of our children
ro53ben1 h, 23 m ago

I've read the website FAQ. It says "Are WaterWipes Biodegradable? No". …I've read the website FAQ. It says "Are WaterWipes Biodegradable? No". Clear as day.Financially viable, she says using disposable wipes instead of reusable flannels which would be cheaper than £22.32 a box from Amazon.And yes, I do only use public transport, I don't own a car any more. I generally walk or run. Electric cars aren't very environmentally friendly and green gas/electricity is a con - it's all the same national grid. I use a reusable Bobble filter for water, it's cheaper than bottled water.Thanks for asking.


They are 20% biodegradable, they also last longer because they are wetter so you need less wipes & they have no chemicals. They are a better alternative then standard pampers etc wipes which are £6 a box so people buy loads and wash everything from their arse to their carpets with. Alot of people who use reusable wipes in the home use these out.
charliejade7 h, 5 m ago

If your happy to put them chemicals on your child, thats fine, dont badger …If your happy to put them chemicals on your child, thats fine, dont badger us about spending OUR money on the health of our children


Calm down you're the one implying that you don't care for your child's health unless you spend £3 for a pack of wipes I use Asda's or aldi's own wipes where 12 packs costs less than £6, because I obviously don't care about my kids' health lol
charliejade18 h, 6 m ago

They are 20% biodegradable, they also last longer because they are wetter …They are 20% biodegradable, they also last longer because they are wetter so you need less wipes & they have no chemicals. They are a better alternative then standard pampers etc wipes which are £6 a box so people buy loads and wash everything from their arse to their carpets with. Alot of people who use reusable wipes in the home use these out.


What part of something being biodegradable don't you guys understand.

Is it biodegradable? No it is not.

Whether a minority part of it is biodegradable is irrelevant, the product is not. This is an all or nothing thing, it's not. That's why they say "no" in their answer. If they used natural products, it would be. They don't, they use plastic.
chocolate201014th May

Ordinary wipes are too dry and I find I need to use several. Plus these …Ordinary wipes are too dry and I find I need to use several. Plus these have far less chemicals than ordinary wipes.


Full of dihydrogen monoxide. Voted cold.
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JonoOfThrace6 h, 45 m ago

Full of dihydrogen monoxide. Voted cold.



You vote cold because of the product rather than the price ? You do know the purpose of this site is for Deals right ?
davidfwalsh4 h, 14 m ago

You vote cold because of the product rather than the price ? You do know …You vote cold because of the product rather than the price ? You do know the purpose of this site is for Deals right ?


Psst dihydrogen monoxide is water 😜
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