All Wipes Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
The voucher doesn't seem to work for me when I tick the box
How do you get it down to £3.75? Mine only shows £4.75 with s&s
Aldi's own anti bac wipes are just as good (y)
It's available again currently, at the above price.
Plastic - we’ve stopped using these
NO WIPES ARE FLUSHABLE PUT THEM IN THE BIN
Same deal currently at Ocado: https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Pampers-Kandoo-Melon-Toddler-Wipes/43997011
There's no such thing as a flushable wipe and as a guy who has to call the waterboard out 3x a year because of blockages in our street I really wish people would stop using them.
We use home bargains brand 50p a pack of 42 wipes
Just bought. Thanks
Great deal! But for some reason I am allergic to the extra sensitive ones. I came out in a rash last time I used them.
Great. Thank you
Thanks for this - you also get £1 in points back if you are in the parenting club making them even better value! (highfive)
These packs have 56 wipes eac in them I can ren we when they first came out it was a 100 pack and then for years starting dropping now almost down to half the quantity soon they will start selling single wipes lol it’s just over 1p a wipe which is not really cheap average price
It also destroy the world a the kids future wipe do not break down easily due to the plastic in them
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, if you decide you want to use wipes then this is a good offer.
The plastic in the wipes
How did You come across this? I wonder (flirt) A deal that did expire some time ago.
Waste of time. There is no form to fill
I am now filled with hope
I received a v2
I recommend trying The Inpatient as a good starter game for the VR experience. It has mixed reviews but if you like story driven games like Heavy Rain then it would be more likely you'd enjoy it. It's a prequel to Until Dawn, taking place in the sanitarium in the 50s/60s. It's about 2.5hours per play through but to experience all the story you'd need to do it a 3-4 times. I played it with the Move controllers and it's quite intuitive.
Thank you, Fingers cross
Mine came Saturday and can confirm it's v2.
cheers for that, always looking for best deals on these, babies skin too sensitive, use spomge indoors, just convenient for out and about
Oh well that must make it ok to pay more then.
You pay for someone's idea and for being healthy. Processed full of chemicals stuff is always cheaper i.e. Food
Mever mind that. Why are they so god d8m expensive. Surely they should be cheaper then normal wipes containing other stuff. Will never understand that. Someone is making a ton of money.
(y) I did see those actually when I did a search but think they may have expired now. Great price at Asda for £7
Boots had 18 packs for £10 and Asda often have 10 packs for £7 in their baby events :)
Ah right. I have seen them on Amazon pantry for £10 for a 12 pack but thought two for £18 was ok. Don’t use pampers so apologies if this is normal price.
This is normal ordinary price
mamia range of products is very good I enjoy the bedtime bath only 65p a bottle
Not here my local they only sell each pack
I paid 5.69 in my local last weekend. Lidl has the 100 wipes pack for 0.69 each.
Great price. Shame it's not this price in Telford.
Wow bargain! Heat added hope I find them in my local for this price
Sainsburys standard price is 2 packs for £3!
Meerkats love this. Simples.
Just use non allergenic baby wipes,far cheaper...
Ok thanks for telling me :)
Been this price for a while now. They are going back up £1 soon https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huggies-wipes-50p-at-poundland-2928816
Same price in all of them
It has a marker pen which you can wipe away to repeat the exercise..
What is “wipe clean” ? Thanks.
That's the spirit!!!! Well done
Better than Vagisol
What about Bob?!
these are great for wiping down skirting boards (highfive)
1. I didn't realise we all had to be grateful for every post on HUKD; 2. I often see OPs asking why people are voting their deal cold. I thought I would show this OP the courtesy of explaining why I don't regard this as any kind of a deal other than bad.
They would sell a lot, lot more if they were called "Buggies" (y) Thanks for sharing your find.
These get filtered out into 'cakes' at the sewage treatment works along with sweetcorn, paper pulp etc..., dried and incinerated for their energy. The problem with plastic in the sea comes from third world countries that bulldoze mountains of rubbish into rivers and onto beaches where it is used as an excuse to impose new taxes on people here.
I don’t want to go on anymore now either, but I’ll just finish by explaining my point a bit more... Technically they are flushable, so are nappies, cotton buds, condoms etc. They do flush away, but it doesn’t mean they should be. They cause blockages, resulting in pollution of rivers, and distress where it is in or near a house. Let’s not forget, when they are broken down into smaller pieces, these aren’t removed by the treatment process, so micro plastic ends up in the rivers and oceans. The water companies are working hard to get this labelling removed from wipes such as these, but the industry is not willing... ultimately they know they won’t sell as many if they have to add that you can’t flush them in the toilet! Anyway, thanks for posting the deal, it is a good one, just make sure you dispose of them properly! ;)
I'm really happy for you that a few others clicking 'like' to comments that subscribe to your particular point of view makes you happy, and despite making claims about the content of fat bergs you have still not provided any evidence. You can rest assured Wiggo I do my fair bit for the planet (I'm a borderline obsessive recycler, for example). We can debate endlessly if I'm honest Wiggo. But two things that won't change are.. 1) You and those that support your point of view on this product won't flush any flushable wipes. 2) I and many, many others most certainly will continue to flush our flushable wipes. Take care. :D
I almost said the same to the other dude about a bucket of water and flushable wipe. See how long it takes to break down etc but honestly I don't want to go on. I totally understand what you are saying and I completely agree with not flushing baby wipes and the likes but as these say 'flushable' Toilet wipes (and I have felt them, they tear easily like wet paper towel) so I would have thought they would be fine to flush without causing any issue as they will break down. I would have thought labelling something as flushable in 2018 and it not being flushable would be investigated and I would hope it would be too if that is the case (y)
You really don’t get it, do you? It’s about making small changes to reduce our impact, getting public transport or walking instead of driving, changing our behaviours when someone points out the negatives from what we do. I am smiling a lot thank you, firstly as my life means I get to spend a lot of my time enjoying and protecting our great outdoors. Secondly, as I only have to converse with heathens like you on forums like this. If this debate has made one person change the way they dispose of their wipes, I am happy. And PS, look at the top comments on this thread and you’ll see I am not alone in my thinking.
:p D'oh ! Now I appear a wee bit Stupid :D
Psst dihydrogen monoxide is water 😜
You vote cold because of the product rather than the price ? You do know the purpose of this site is for Deals right ? ;)
Full of dihydrogen monoxide. Voted cold.
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.
1 pack with 56 wipes just for clarification lol normally sell for £1 each at most places
I got 12 packs for 20 on Amazon. Using one box then switching to reusable ones..
Amazon have price matched: https://www.amazon.co.uk/WaterWipes-Wipes-Sensitive-packs-wipes/dp/B008J2MZL8?th=1&psc=1
that even beats the £2 cost per packet from last month