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[Costco] Costco- Huggies wipes onsale $20

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carolinha wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 1:48 pm
IMO Huggies > Kirkland
When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
Was using huggies wipes on my 14 month old daughter and she sarted to get really bad rashes/blisters that now look like burns. I would use with caution as there have been several reports of the type of chemical that are used in these wipes that may cause chemical burns on kids. Test on your kids first before using. My daughter has been in pain the past few days and the burns are starting to clear now that we have stopped using the huggies wipes.
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covabwoy wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:20 am
Was using huggies wipes on my 14 month old daughter and she sarted to get really bad rashes/blisters that now look like burns. I would use with caution as there have been several reports of the type of chemical that are used in these wipes that may cause chemical burns on kids. Test on your kids first before using. My daughter has been in pain the past few days and the burns are starting to clear now that we have stopped using the huggies wipes.
The huggies ones on sale say 'natural' on the box. Are you sure it's for this kind? I just picked up a box as we normally use Pampers naturals or Kirkland.
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For some reason, our babies get rashes from anything but Kirklands. Since they are often on sale, I only use those. So I would advise you try the Huggies before buying a few boxes (the same advise hold true if you try the Kirkland).
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we stay with Pampers or Kirkland for wipes
baby girl gets the rash also with Huggies
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carolinha wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 1:48 pm
IMO Huggies > Kirkland
When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
in the stores in Toronto at regular price, Huggies is actually very slightly cheaper than Kirkland
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mtlboy wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:22 am
The huggies ones on sale say 'natural' on the box. Are you sure it's for this kind? I just picked up a box as we normally use Pampers naturals or Kirkland.
Yeah it's the same kind.
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I have used Pampers and Huggies. I haven't tried the Kirkland one but I love how thick the Huggie wipes are and I haven't had any issues with tearing.
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Huggies are not just for babies......We keep a box on the back of the toilet and use them regularly, be it after a movement or after a sweaty walk etc.. Great way to refresh your business.
(Haven't tried Kirkland's yet)
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Lonelyplant wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:25 am
For some reason, our babies get rashes from anything but Kirklands. Since they are often on sale, I only use those. So I would advise you try the Huggies before buying a few boxes (the same advise hold true if you try the Kirkland).
Don't know if you do this or not, but I do let the wiped area air dry before resealing the fresh diaper.
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love2save wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 1:32 pm
Huggies are not just for babies......We keep a box on the back of the toilet and use them regularly, be it after a movement or after a sweaty walk etc.. Great way to refresh your business.
(Haven't tried Kirkland's yet)
Do you flush them down the toilet? Are these wipes flushable?
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michiebaby wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 3:05 pm
Do you flush them down the toilet? Are these wipes flushable?
No, I don't think so. I mean, they will go down, but the processing plants will hate it! They don't even like Charmin toilet paper.
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I purchased a box today. They are not the same. These are the natural ones and they come in smaller dispensing packets like the Kirkland ones instead of the giant bags that you need dispensers like they previously sold.
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michiebaby wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 3:05 pm
Do you flush them down the toilet? Are these wipes flushable?
We use a compact garbage can with lid beside the toilet for all non flushable personal items.

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