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Huggies baby wipes 720 £5.74 - Costco Birmingham. Probably Nationwide
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LocalLocalFound 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Huggies baby wipes 72 x 10 pack = 720 for £5.74 Costco Instore Cheaper then Asda per wipe
Johnson's baby wipes extra sensitive 12 packs half price £5 @ tesco
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08/05/2018Expires on 08/05/2018Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Johnson's baby wipes extra sensitive 12 packs was £10 now £5 @tesco until 8th may.
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Levy2805

Just got it. Brilliant deal.

ThriftyLady101

Midwife and HV never told me off for using Johnson's extra sensitive

ThriftyLady101

I've been using them

arjun311

Can help!

Sarah7

This is on the groceries site, so availability depends on whether or not the store/depot that would deliver groceries to you has it.

Johnsons Baby Wipes(56 wipes) was £1.30 now 50p @ Tesco
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08/05/2018Expires on 08/05/2018Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Johnsons' Baby Wipes - extra sensitive as well as the gentle variant is 50p a pack for 56 wipes - works out less than 1p a wipe. Also on the same price is Johnsons Baby Wipes Gent… Read more
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Noobster101

If i want my baby wetter i dunk them in a bath (cheeky) .. Joking aside everyone has different preferences but even in this thread they are highly rated. although award winners they may not be to everyones taste. For example we have a friend that only uses waterwipes. But don’t even get me started on that (highfive)

matwalaboy

Plastic wipes - never heard of a thing like that? :/

deathwishdave

Are these plastic?

Quiffco

If you're talking about the talc and cancer link, then that's a little harsh; either talc is cancer-causing, in which case that's a problem with the whole talc industry, not just J+J, or it's asbestos contamination of the talc J+J are supplied with, which is more the fault of their supplier than J+J? I don't see what that has to do with baby wipes unless they're adding talc to them, in which case it's just as likely other companies would be and therefore would be just as risky? I'm a regular talc user (not J+J branded), so I've been following this link but I wouldn't say J+J were any worse than other companies?

SimyJo

Are they flushable?. I only buy the biodegradable ones that you can flush one at a time. Pros: I need to clean my furry bum - Cons: I don't want to cause fatbergs and contribute to the global ecological balance being destroyed through said bum-wiping.

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Andrex Washlets Flushable Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes 25p @ Morrisons with Snap-Save
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Andrex Skin Kind Washlets Enriched with Aloe Vera Flushable Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes also the Andrex Supreme Washlets variety are both available For £1.00 at Morrisons. Claim back… Read more
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Pokora

Yes, they do. You can get some of the andrex at boots for 0,99 and get some points with the advantage card.

jamran

Wow must've hit a nerve with the mods. Deleted my comment about washing their backside with water!

vtec

Why would it be disgusting to use flushable wipes? I do use both methods. In fact I use toilet paper at times too. From my experience the easiest and greenest method is water. Use tissue at end to dry. Just use handwash afterwards leaving my left hand smelling of daffodils. (embarrassed) Toilet paper is fine too but I find you have to use a lot of paper to get cleaned to 95%+ (y) At the end of the day what ever method one decides to use is fine as long as you don't walk around with skid marks :D PS I don't own a squatting toilet.

vtec

Unless company produces wipes half the size. Right now they are sized up for a summo wrestler.

1992Buffy

If you rip each wipe into smaller pieces it will no longer be a blockage hazard essentially.

Antibacterial Surface Wipes 200pk £1.99 @ B&M bargains
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Anti-bacterial Surface Wipes. Kills household germs and leaves surfaces sparkling. Powerful cleaning. Pack of 200. Extra value - same quality, bigger value.
psychobitchfromhell

I've used them a fair few times and they are pretty much the same as any other brand. Smell nice

saintscouple

always this price, they are good though

DAPPAMAN

I have never used them before but every little helps according to personal taste

RUSSt

I FIND THESE TO BE VERY GOOD VERY CLEAN SMELL

DAPPAMAN

Thanks op

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Pure Age Defiance Cleansing Wipes 30 Pack 2 for £1 @ poundland
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Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
With soothing shea butter and Vitamins A & E, these wipes are perfect for removing make-up, cleansing, toning and gently hydrating the skin. 30 wipes for the price of 25 in eac… Read more
hukduserr

this has been this price for years. i have bought a few packets of it. cheap, but beware that each wipe is of smaller size and less fluid. i have gone back to my preferred brands.

Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, 12 Packs (672 Wipes Total) £5 Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Huggies natural care baby wipes for gentle soothing care and protection, with aloe vera Natural care wipes are dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic, with 0% phenoxyethanol, … Read more
Bravo307

These tear like tissue unfortunately. Not voting cold, just giving previous experience. Best wipes by a county mile are Aldi Mamia range. Usually around this price point and you fingers won't rip through them and leave you with a stinker!

prash_2k

No they are not. Just choose the supplier

cornishjones

They're still there. Just scroll down and change the supplier.

alwayslovesabargain

Oos

abgabba

Gone. But you can get 20 for £8.33

Waterwipes Sensitive Baby Wipes x 12 -  £20 at Amazon (£1.66 a pack) or £19 s&s
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Good offer (at least I think so with my 5 week old) on water wipes today at amazon. Cheapest I’ve seen them in a while as they are even £2 per pack in most stores whilst on a deal.… Read more
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adamderak

In Asda for £1.75. these are great for new borns.

Niche123

Does anyone know what the expiry date is on these?

Charliechal

Probably because most people see these as overpriced as there are cheaper alternatives which are just as good for some. But if your unfortunate to have a child who seems to have a reaction to any other wipes like me, this deal is hot. Thanks op

DAPPAMAN

Thanks for sharing op hopefully it will benefit someone

picoblaze7

Don’t know why it’s being voted cold. Good price for top quality wipes. (strong)

Huggies wipes Pure or Aloe - 50p instore @ Asda
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Huggies wipes Aloe or Pure 56 in a pack 50p in-store Asda not bad if you don't want to buy in bulk
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pavel76

52p for Asda brand ones - prefer them to all branded ones

kiaclare

75p at our Asda but the 12 pack box is on offer for £5

HutchAW

50p for a pack of proper brand wipes is great value! I'm sure it's about 70p for the Asda brand ones :) Heat added!

Asda baby event - Huggies baby wipes £5
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Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Huggies wipes 12pk in Asda £5 nationwide for baby event
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UnseenPrawn

Don't feed the trolls.

Fluffy_bandit

Picked up 18 packs from Amazon yesterday for £7.50 so similar deals elsewhere too!

kimbojim

Buy these if you want your bare fingers to slide down mud valley. Terrible wipes that just break apart!

SimbaMutarangani

Asda are High quality & Tesco is now the same as well. Best wipes ever.

iz123456789

What's better Huggies or Pampers

Superdrug My Little Star Fragrance Free Wipes 12x64 Wipes Packs For £7 Free C&C. Online Only Deal.
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Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
12 Packs of Superdrugs my little star Fragrance free or fragranced wipes for £7. Works out at 58.3p per packet. Free C&C or Free WYS £10 for beauty card holders (free to sign u… Read more
caraid_alba

Tesco do their own equivalent of 5 for £2.80. Works out at 56p each. https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/271430214

sussie0509

It's still a bit pricey

DAPPAMAN

Thanks for sharing op...

MrsB0911

No its online only

Guardianangel

Is this in store as well?

Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes - 20 Packs (1120 Wipes Total) - was £13.35 now £8.33 or £7.91 (S & S) @ Amazon ( Prime Exclusive)
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Dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic with 0% phenoxyethanol, paraben and alcohol Made with natural absorbent fibres to gently clean and help protect baby's delicate skin 99… Read more
sarah4000

Brilliant thanks! Just when I had run out!

casanova2020

Ordered, Thanks.

jamhops

7.08 for 20 think I will be stocking up

smmcandrew

£7.08 S&S for me. Thanks OP

19DembaBa19

Your welcome Worth every penny if you subscribe then it’s cheaper

Huggies Pure Baby Wipes, 18 Packs (1008 Wipes Total) at Amazon for £7.50 (Prime exclusive)
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Huggies pure fragrance free baby wipes are pure and gentle for sensitive skin, with 99% pure water Prime Members save an extra 20% on your first ‘Subscribe and Save’ subscription … Read more
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ka1rua

No wipes are regardless of what the manufacturer says

Misslovely

It's only a saving of 50p

peterkay11

These are cheap for a reason. Bought a box from Morrison's a while back. Might as well use toilet roll!

julieallen

you mean click click click next day knock knock, open door, take box, say thanks, close door. Right faff on! :D

Computerman

ordered thanks

WaterWipes £1.75 at Asda (pack of 60 wipes)
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LocalLocalFound 31st MarFound 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 mul… Read more
Tiddly_fiddly

Thanks Op. Offer was still on last weekend at my local Asda. Stocked up!

Savannah_Williams

Even better Aldi 99.5% water compared to these and water wipes for only 59p.

vivicar

Wet toilet paper isn’t as strong and convenient.

iamprobably

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

xxnsbxx

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.

Selected multiprice baby/toddler items reduced to £1 including x3 multipack huggies wipes x3 multipack johnsons baby wipes - tommee tippee weening spoons/trainingmug, 750ml johnsons items​ at poundland​
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Selected items reduced to £1 at poundland X3 multipack johnsons wipes X3 multipack huggies wipes 750ml johnsons baby bath wash 750ml johnsons baby shampoo 750ml johnsons bedtime b… Read more
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Caroline_1993

These are going back to £2 from tomorrow (weds 11th) expired deal

Caroline_1993

These are scanning at £1

Caroline_1993

Yes they will be getting them in for the sale. My local has had some of the items in for a few months.

vicstar115

Thanks, was just checking it was definitely meant to be happening. My mum spoke to a staff member in a local store who said they only got the products in last week so she was surprised they would be reduced so soon. Will keep an eye out tho

Caroline_1993

It was meant to go to £1 on monday i seen confirmation of this of this off a manager. He had the printout in his hand ticking what stock they had as i bought the wipes. Im not responsible for poundland changing or delaying any price launch. As you can see from a previous deal they delayed a persil launch for a few days. Keep checking as they are going down in price

Armor All Dashboard Wipes Matt - Set of 30 (Add-on Item) £2.40 @ Amazon
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Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Also at Halfords for £2.40 4.3/5.0 from 75 Reviews Armor All® was the first to introduce Armor All® Dashboard Wipes Matt Finish to the automotive category. Armor All® Dashboa… Read more
JohnCullen

Was in Homebase yesterday. £1.50 with 20% extra free.

Pipcola

Yes in a pump spray bottle http://www.halfords.com/motoring/car-cleaning/interior-cleaning-vacuums/armor-all-protectant-300ml?cm_mmc=Google+PLA-_-Car+Cleaning-_-Interior+Cleaning+&+Vacuums-_-317941&istCompanyId=b8708c57-7a02-4cf6-b2c0-dc36b54a327e&istItemId=liplmq&istBid=tzti&_$ja=tsid:94971|cid:865695745|agid:43902124775|tid:aud-385313868933:pla-401101027814|crid:202397318307|nw:g|rnd:9281538498556317|dvc:c|adp:1o1|mt:|loc:1007246&gclid=CjwKCAjw75HWBRAwEiwAdzefxMAWRKaIt2pDwrRdhtoTo8MPUYtaIAHlkkInbHjaewBfs6LfflWbYBoCIt4QAvD_BwE

scoobytawazara

is there like an armour spray then?

Pipcola

Not at all sure this is the most cost effective way of buying Armour All - BUT - Armour All is probably the best interior surface finish available (y)

cbr6fx

Iv put that in the description (y)

Asda robroyston 49p instore - own make  The Skin System wipes
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LocalLocalFound 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Asda own make skin wipes normal/ sensitive skin both 49p worth a try
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